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Amy Sacco’s Guide to New York City Nightlife

by AndrewStone 2 weeks ago - last edited 2 weeks ago

Amy Sacco’s Guide to New York City NightlifeThe insuppressible Amy Sacco continues her reign as doyenne of jet-set nightlife and figurehead of posh Manhattan playground No. 8. Take a trip to her VIP world, and learn her picks for New York City nightlife.

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Dos Toros Taqueria: The best street food in New York

New Yorkers are discerning, dollar-savvy, and admittedly spoiled. For this reason, most New York restaurants close within the first year. So how did Dos Toros Taqueria manage to buck the trend and become a runaway success? We caught up with Dos Toros founders, Leo and Oliver Kremer to find out where they go for the best street food in New York.

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New York City is well served by public transport and dedicated tour buses, but an alternative option takes you on a bike tour around some of New York's most scenic districts and attractions. In recent years, the city has gone to great lengths to improve access for cyclists, and has become increasingly bike friendly thanks to the introduction of several miles of dedicated cycle lanes.

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The Greatest Swimming Pools in the World

by Chantelle August - last edited August by Moderator

The Greatest Swimming Pools in the world

It doesn’t matter whether you’re the next Michael Phelps or can only muster a poor excuse for a doggy paddle, these world class pools – complete with spectacular views, high-spec features and insanely beautiful surrounds will make you want to throw on your swimsuit and dive right in. Take a peak at some of the greatest swimming pools in the world, for the ultimate aquatic bucket list.

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Hour in New York.jpgNew York may be the biggest, the boldest, and the most dynamic city in the US, but don’t let that intimidate you. Despite its scale, some of the best (and most unique) corners of the city can be discovered in as little as an hour. From cultural stops to lush public parks, shopping sprees to culinary quests, the Big Apple is ripe for exploring – even for those who are short on time.

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Photographing New York | Times SquarePhotographing New York isn’t always easy, and Times Square is perhaps the trickiest of all. Between the surging crowds, the glare of neon lights, and the general chaos, the landmark isn’t always camera-friendly. But with these tips from pro photographers, you're sure to score some special snaps.

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