Brooklyn Guide alla Intercontinental Hotels – Affiliate Bit

I work with the Intercontinental Brand quite often and I have never been disappointed. When they asked me to collaborate by posting their travel guide of Brooklyn on my site, I was more than happy to share.  It’s a great guide and I hope you come back to use it often!

Brooklyn Travel Guide

The distinct culture, deep-rooted history and magnetic energy of Brooklyn make it one of the most beloved and revered destinations in America. Celebrated around the world for its big-city excitement and unique brand of authenticity, this buzzing New York City borough–the city’s most populous–constantly attracts visitors from around the globe, and you’ll find amazing hotels in Brooklyn to fit your travel needs.
Things to See in Brooklyn
You should have no problem finding things to do […]

March 24th, 2017|Destinations, New York, USA|0 Comments

New York Guide alla Intercontinental Hotels – Affiliate Bit

I work with the Intercontinental Brand quite often and I have never been disappointed. When they asked me to collaborate by posting their travel guide of New York on my site, I was more than happy to share.  It’s a great guide and I hope you come back to use it often!
New York City Travel Guide

New York City is the most popular destination in the world, and for good reason. With first-class entertainment options, world-famous landmarks, buzzing street activity and nightlife, it is an epicenter of culture, diversity and excitement. Your choices are seemingly endless when it comes to hotels, which means deciding which hotel to book can be a challenge, as options range from hostels to ultra-luxurious global chains. IHG® can help you find […]

February 25th, 2017|Destinations, New York, USA|0 Comments

A Bit of USA: New New York

The only reason we were here was to see the new Whitney Museum of American Art. Have you forgotten that the Cypriot is an architect by day? Seeing the latest work by fellow architect, Renzo Piano, was much more important than relaxing with friends and family, even during the holiday season. Off we went…

Jumping on the train from 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, one can’t help but be reminded how grand train travel was in the early part of the 20th Century. You gasp in awe as you wait in line for your train encompassed by the vast ceiling, larger than life sculptures, hanging chandeliers and the pièce de résistance, Karl Bitter’s 1895 relief The Spirit of Transportation. Everyone in the relief is heading off somewhere, […]

January 21st, 2016|New York, USA|0 Comments

A Bit of America: New York

You walk into a dreamlike space where everything is beautiful prints and fabric heart covered walls.  The items are made of primarily cottons and a few wools but very much for the girl who lives in warm climes.  The fabric colors, cuts and design are so simply breathtaking that you understand the price attached.  The attention to detail is what you come in for and are seduced by.  Pop in here or their store in LA to see what I am going on about.
DOSA
107 Thompson Street, New York, NY: 212.431.1733
dosainc.com

August 10th, 2012|Destinations, New York, USA|0 Comments

A Bit of America: New York’s Nolita

 

XMAS in New York City can be fabulous, festival and fun.   There is a tons of Pop-up Shops introducing you to tons of new brands.  The one on Prince Street has been going for a few years.  It’s full of local purveyors selling delicious delights which you can buy there or later!

DECK THE HALLS – POP-UP SHOP
It usually is here for check their facebook page to find out more details.
The Old School, 32 Prince Street

Here are some of the Best Bits I found.

TITIANIA INGLIS (clothing designer)
www.titaniainglis.com

STUDY – TARA ST. JAMES (designer)
www.study-ny.com
Located on the second floor of the pop-up shop, make sure you look out for these two – they are not hard to find as their clothes shine….

MARYSIA SWIM (designer)
www.marysiaswim.com
Marysia’s swimwear is really gorgeous.  […]

December 18th, 2011|Destinations, New York, USA|0 Comments