Living in a concrete jungle isn’t easy - this explains why New Yorkers appreciate small paradises and oases within the city so much. Not to mention that when seasons change, so does New York City. Visiting the Big Apple during spring means you must add these flower shows to your itinerary.
Over time, Easter has transformed into a day of fun and eclectic activities that everyone can enjoy. In the United States, three traditions stand out: egg hunts, parades and brunch. If you’re staying at the Manhattan at Times Square during Easter holidays, join any or all of these events to celebrate like a New Yorker.
Irish pubs worldwide are preparing the “green” beer, shamrock decorations and leprechaun costumes for a day of Irish culture, food and good cheer.
For those who know that a cup of silver needles has to be meticulously prepared with the right temperature, water-tea ratio and steeping time, a box of tea bags bought at a corner shop simply won’t do. The same applies to brewing coffee.
Home to the largest Chinese population in the Western hemisphere, New York’s Chinatown is all about authenticity. Every new Lunar Year, Chinatown welcomes a steady stream of visitors eager to see the wonders of the Far East and desperate to dig into some good dumplings.