Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Getting into the New York Mood


So you want to go visit the Big Apple. There's no place in the world quite like New York City. There's so much to see and do it can be overwhelming. Lady Liberty, Ellis Island, Central Park and the Empire State Building are just a few examples of the better-known places you might want to visit. There's more to see than any one article could ever cover. You'll never know if you don't go yourself and check it out. 

What to Do

There's something for everyone in NYC. Museums, art galleries, an incredible variety of food and more iconic landmarks than you can shake a stick at. Of course it's always worth checking out NYC play reviews; New York is perhaps best known for its theater scene. Seek out personal recommendations from locals if possible. People who know you and people who know the city are going to be able to say more about what you're likely to enjoy most.

Where to Stay

Once you know what you want to do, you can investigate hotels in the area you want to visit. You might also look at alternative house rental solutions, but be sure to ask the right questions before booking. Consider plotting out the things you want to do on a map and seek places centrally located to your planned activities. You likely won't be driving much, as it isn't necessary and can be downright inconvenient. Be prepared to walk and figure out public transport. 

Be Spontaneous!

New York City isn't a place to be rigid and follow strict plans. You may arrive and discover that the thing you wanted to do isn't as exciting as the thing you didn't even know was happening. Perhaps there's a neighborhood art festival or a comedy club that didn't come up in your researches. Shake things up; that's the real New York kind of mood.