New York’s Citi Bike – green, quick, affordable

February 27th, 2014 by

The city of New York is painted in blue! The bicycle rental or bike sharing branded Citi Bike is more popular than ever. It’s the last opportunity to go out and about in the city which is fun, environmentally friendly and affordable. It’s possible to rent one of the 6,000 blue bikes available in one […]

Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in New York!

February 20th, 2014 by

In New York, festivals are almost daily events, but one of the biggest parades is certainly the one which is held for St. Patrick’s Day. It’s an important meeting for all the descendants of the emigrants of Irish blood and beyond. From all over the United States, they gather here in New York filling the […]

South Street Seaport of New York

February 11th, 2014 by

Long gone are the days when the South Street Seaport in New York City cargo ships came from far countries.The harbor was very active especially in the first half of the 19th century, the golden era of sailing ships. It was around 1860 that businesses moved away from there, especially on the other side of […]

Battery Park and Castle Clinton

February 5th, 2014 by

Battery Park overlooks the harbor of New York (in English ” New York Harbor” ), Staten Island, Liberty Island and Governor’s Island. The Park: Founded in 1870, it takes its name from the gun battery that served in the past to defend the coast. The park boasts many statues and beautiful vegetation. Just inside the […]