Posts Tagged ‘New York’

 
 

Washington D.C., Philadelphia and New York City are typically seen on group itineraries of the East Coast. However, each of these cities has amazing attractions that don’t always get as much attention. New York City has far more to offer the visitor than can easily be accommodated in a relatively brief tour stay. Among the…

 

Living the High Line in NYC

Posted by Mac Lacy in The Northeast on October 10, 2011

 
 

A delightful urban environment awaits walkers on New York’s High Line One of New York’s newest visitor experiences is the High Line, an urban trail that is being built on the former railroad tracks that carried freight trains through the city.  It is complete today from 30th Street to Gansevoort Street, almost 20 city blocks. …

 

Visiting the 9/ll Memorial

Posted by Mac Lacy in The Northeast on October 10, 2011

 
 

Falling water offers a calming presence at this magnificent memorial It’s hard to write about the 9/11 Memorial without feeling like an interloper. This is such a sacred place to so many families that it’s hard to feel like this belongs to all of us. But it does and it should. Before we left Kentucky,…

 
 

Protesters gathered at Zuccotti Park in New York for the Occupy Wall Street movement Wall Street dominates the news these days for lots of reasons.  The market right now is searching for anything tangible it can hold onto that might spark a rally.  Economies in Europe are as fragile as anyone can remember and threaten…