Labor Day in New York

July 23rd, 2013 by

Labor Day is a U.S. national holiday. This festival originated in Canada and is observed on the first Monday of every September since 1884 as a tribute to the workers. The first Labor Day parade was held in the city of New York in 1882. In addition, the Labor Day is also remembered as the […]

Astoria: the gem of Queens (NYC)

July 23rd, 2013 by

An area of high level and at the same time quiet, Astoria is the gem of Queens. If you are looking for great Greek food or something more exotic, Astoria is the place for you. This northern district of Queens exudes a youthful charm and genuinely welcoming. In Astoria, shops and boutiques emerge between a […]

The Staten Island ferry – a magnificent view

July 7th, 2013 by

Would you like to see the Statue of Liberty and New York’s Harbour closer? The Staten Island ferry is part of the New York’s transport system. That is, buying a single ride ticket at the price of $2.75, you can go wherever you want in New York’s five boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten […]