Christmas is coming and there is no where like New York City to find a real Wandering Memory festive experiences.
At the top of this Christmas extravaganza is the quiet suburb of Dyker Heights in far Brooklyn, a good hour away from the glitz and glamour of the city. Every year this quiet suburb comes to life with some of the most incredible, slightly outlandish Christmas light displays we have ever witnessed. … More A Christmas Treat – Dyker Heights
Central Park is one of the most iconic landmarks in New York, if not the world. The 800+ acre park welcomes nearly forty million visitors a year and is renowned as a must see location on any New York City visit. The vastness of the park makes it a huge attraction to explore, and take it from us a single visit is never enough time. The park itself is home to a Zoo, Pond, Skating Rink, Theatre, Reservoir and some of the most incredible views of the cityscape. … More Secret New York – The Ramble Cave
Whilst living and travelling America, I have been lucky enough to visit 21 States so far… not bad for a British tourist. Getting around this many states usually entails a lot of very long journeys driving, flying or the taking advantage of the cheaper alternative, public transport. Since the rail networks in the United States … More The Greyhound Bus – American Tales