New York City is 'the city that never sleeps'. There is much to do and see in New York City and visiting it is a must! Before you plan your next trip read this handy guide for things to see and do in New York City.
For over 80 years a candle has glowed in the window of the Garlock House at 211 N. Main St. in Canandaigua, NY. Supposedly in memory of a son killed in World War I, the son's name has been a mystery
New York City is a place like none other. People come from all around the world to see sights and experience big apple life. They also smell the smells. Here, we will give you some advice.
I live in "The Hamptons". You know, the one you always hear about in movies if the movie takes place in New York. "My friends just rented a house in the Hamptons", "I hope to eventually own a house in the Hamptons", "My...
In upstate Geneva, New York lies the haunted Belhurst Castle. Overlooking the Finger Lakes Region Seneca Lake, this is a destination for lovers, foodies, vacationers, and those looking for a ghost.
Everybody knows New York’s famous attractions such as the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and Times Square, Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge and etc. They are all great and worth seeing....
Old Fort Niagara a nearly three century old fort at the mouth of the Niagara River. At various times in the past it was fought over by England, France and the United States. Today it is a popular historic tourist...
Many people across America and the world dream of living in New York City. There are many great advantages to living in the city, but also some big drawbacks.
Check out just a few of the annual events for Halloween in New York City.
Join Outbound Dan Human on a short loop hike into the Niagara Falls Gorge. This trail starts from Devil's Hole State Park descends down the Whirlpool stairs and into the gorge past the iconic Giant Rock.