Ilona and Derek Take The World - Part 3

After our “first official date” in Stuttgart, Germany we knew that this would not be our last meeting. Luckily in Europe you get more vacation time (about 30 days per year) so it was my turn to come to Derek - to New York. In September 2010 I landed in JFK airport. Unfortunately, Polish citizens still need a visa to enter the US. Poland joined the European Union in 2004 and Schengen area in 2007 but the visa is still required.

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New York By The Oldest Pie: Four Historic Pizzerias to Frequent in NYC

They say the older you get, the wiser you become. When you have been churning out pizzas in New York City for not just years but decades, you could say you are wise to how to make the best pizza pie. New York boasts not just some of the oldest pizzerias in the state but also in the entire United States. Many are still serving up pies with the same time-honored recipes and spirit. And some of the oldest are arguably the best. It’s a tough job but someone has to do it. In order to get to know New York City by its pizza pies, you must start from the beginning at these historic pizzerias.

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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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Five New York Street Foods Your Kids Will Love

There’s no shortage of culinary culture in New York. In fact, you need not go to a 5-star restaurant to experience some of the city’s tastiest treats. Here are five New York street foods your kids are sure to love.

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Times Square Theater to be Transformed in 4D Broadway Experience

Times Square Theater, a dormant performance venue in New York City’s Broadway theater district will soon be transformed to house an immersive 4D experience.

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