A visit West of Boston or North of New York City could bring you a renewed faith in humanity.
This article presents the 4 places that were not covered in part 1. These 4 places and their surrounding attractions are in Central Park and Upper Manhattan, off the beaten path, and they'll will make your visit unique and memorable. The link to part 1 is below.
Mostly off the beaten path, from Upper Manhattan to Lower Manhattan and in Queens, 8 places and their surrounding attractions that will make your visit unique and memorable. NB: this article is in 2 parts.
In this article, I explain how (and why) using your zoom is the best way to get memorable photos—helped by three exhibits showing different stages of the process.
If you come to Boston for a visit and wonder where to go to explore the city on foot, the West End neighborhood won't be what most people will recommend at first. They could be wrong, though, and this article tells you why, one reason excepted.
A teaser to incite you to go and walk between rows of Colonial townhouses in tree-lined street with retro gaslights. It will also allow you to discover and visit two Historic National Monuments.