The Big Apple's Big Plans for the Future

If you’re a New York City resident, chances are you’ve seen the article the Huffington Post published – ” This Is What New York City Could Look Like In 2033.” Personally, I love this stuff. The city of New York and all these private investors have visions of grandeur and dream of revolutionizing Manhattan. Some of these projects are capital works like the new Penn Station, the new World Trade Center, and the Low Line Park, while others are mainly funded privately like Cornell’s planned campus expansion on Roosevelt Island and Williamsburg’s Bedford Avenue. New York is the kind of city that requires constant growth. It fuels our economy, provides jobs, enhances property values and often contributes a great deal to our skyline. That being said, I wholeheartedly support some of these ideas. I’m even excited about them.

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OneTravel Partners with Emirates for Milan Sweepstakes

OneTravel, a top online travel agency, has partnered with Emirates to promote travel to Milan this fall. Running through November 8, 2013, fans of OneTravel can enter to win by entering their email address and liking OneTravel on Facebook.

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This Week's Travel Blogger Round-Up 8.19.13

Today, at OneTravel, we've decided to simplify your lives and round up a collection of kick-butt travel blogs from last week for your viewing pleasure. We've got everything from elephant rides in India, south of the Mason-Dixie line into Tennessee, and over to Belgium for your hunger needs.

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A Grand Tour Of Harlem

When traveling to New York City, the obvious hot spots are Times Square, Grand Central, the Empire State Building, etc. With so much to see and do, it’s hard to see the whole city in one trip. That being said, there is one neighborhood that most people don’t make time for, but should. That neighborhood is Harlem. Luckily, a tour group called Free Tours by Foot offers a fabulous tour of the neighborhood. Home to a number of historically famous landmarks, Harlem has gone through several phases of gentrification and depression, as well. Originally a farming territory until the late 1800’s, Harlem was a separate colony from Manhattan, connected by Broadway. If you have ever actually explored the neighborhood, you know how hilly it is. Those hills were once cliffs that now serve as sidewalks, roads, and parks.

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The Savvy Small-Business Traveler

We know many of our readers lead active, busy lives. Be it running a full-time business or running a household (or both), we all know how life can sometimes get in the way of travel. In this interview, we sat down with Palo Alto Software CEO Sabrina Parsons and asked her to share her thoughts on managing an active travel schedule while running a small business. It’s hard work, but it can be done.

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