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  1. a.montano says:

    Tribeca Grand Hotel – 8:00pm
    Located in 2 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10013 US. The unique thing about this hotel is that it feels more like you’re a guest in a home. This hotel would be ideal for a family because it is pet friendly, one of the unique features of the hotel is the pet goldfish swimming in each room, and one of the great things about this hotel is that there is the full-size private movie theater where they play special children’s films.

    FAO Schwarz – 8:00am
    There is nothing more exciting for a child than to have breakfast with a toy soldier. In FAO you can schedule one hour prior to the store opening, at 9am, where you can have a private tour of the building and departments. The kids can test drive the latest toys and the end of the tour ends with a breakfast at the BIG Piano.
    $40.00 per person.

    Central Park/ Marionette Theater – 10:00am
    Daily shows are held at the Swedish Cottage. This theater is one of the children’s attractions in Central Park.
    Located at 79th street.
    Reservations are necessary.
    $8.00 ticket for an adult.
    $5.00 ticket for the child.

    Grill212 – 12:00pm
    A restaurant that is kid friendly and where the adults can enjoy Middle Eastern food.
    Children are very picky eaters and in grill 212, the meal for children is simple while the adult meals vary.
    212 West 80th Street

    Museum of the Moving Image, “Behind the Screen” – 1:00pm
    This museum is known for the interactions with the equipment. The visitors can add sound effects into film scenes, add their voices into a film, or make short animated films that one can email to themselves. There are classes arcade games on display such as Ms. Pac-Man and Donkey Kong. As a souvenir, visitors can take multiple pictures that can be turned into a flip book.
    36-01 35th Ave
    Astoria Queens 11106
    $9 for students for senior & for seniors
    $6 for children 3-12
    Free for members and children under 3

    Magnolia Bakery – 3:00pm
    A bakery that serves everything from classic cupcakes to specialty pastries. The children can choose anything from the bakery and the adults can enjoy a nice cup of coffee.

    The Lion King on Broadway – 4:00pm
    Based on the animated Disney film. Includes songs from the original soundtrack.
    Prices may vary.

    Dinner at Big Daddy’s – 6:30pm
    To end the day on a memorable adventure a classic cheeseburger is a classic way to leave the city. The mean varies from burgers to chicken tenders and salads.

    Tribeca Grand Hotel – 8:00pm
    Check out.

  2. 36 hours in Georgia in October for Homecoming

    Friday Morning

    10:00 a.m. – After a quick 2 hour flight to Atlanta. We finally reach my best friend, Diamond dorm room on Spelman Campus, where we will be staying the weekend.

    12:00 p.m. – we head to Mojo’s Motown Eatery. It is an American restaurant located on Joseph E. Lowell blvd in Atlanta, GA. They have wings, burgers, salads, sandwiches, can soda, kool aid etc.

    2:00 p.m. – We go to Clark Atlanta campus to visit my friend, N’kenge. We just hung out and walked around campus until we was ready to go to the game.

    4:00 p.m. – The football game is going on. Clark Atlanta University is playing against Morehouse College but we don’t come to the field to watch the game. We go to tailgate. Tailgating is when a lot of people cookout with music blasting through speakers while everyone is dancing, drinking and just enjoying each other company in the parking lot .(On Morehouse College Football Field)

    7:00 p.m. – Eat various foods from tailgating. There are many people that cook out and make different foods and food trucks that you can buy from. There is a huge variety of food being served from soul food to seafood to American food to desserts. Anything you can think of it is going to be out there.

    10:00 p.m. – Homecoming Party!!! Everyone from Spelman, Morehouse and Clark Atlanta gets dressed up for a night of fun. It’s $10.00 to get in if you’re a student and $20.00 if you’re not.

    Saturday Morning

    10:00 a.m. – After a night of fun and a good night of rest, we head to IHOP. That’s located on Ponce De Leon Ave. in Atlanta, GA.

    11:00 a.m. – Lenox Square Mall is a mall located in Buckhead (district in Atlanta) on Peachtree Rd in Atlanta, GA. They have many clothing stores, shoe/sneaker stores, electronic stores, jewelry stores and a large food court.

    1:00 p.m. – Busy Bee Cafe is a Southern restaurant located on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Atlanta, GA. They serve chicken, fish, turkey wings, ribs, liver and onions, etc. and fountain soda.

    3:00 p.m. – Sky Zone Roswell is an indoor Trampoline Park which is located on Market Blvd in Roswell Georgia. You can play basketball, dodge ball, bounce around from trampoline to trampoline or even jump into the foam boxes. The price varies depending on how long you want to jump and there is a $2.00 fee for sky socks that are required for you to jump around in.

    6:30 p.m. – Mardi Gras cafe & lounge is a Southern restaurant located on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Atlanta, GA.

    8:30 p.m. – Cascades is a roller skating rink on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. It costs $10.00 altogether ($7.00 for admission and $3.00 for skate rental). Saturday hours are from 7:30 p.m. – 11:30 p.m.

    10:00 p.m. – Head back to the dorm room.

  3. MRamirez says:

    36 Hours in NY
    Loews Regency Hotel – 10am
Located at 540 Park Ave in the Upper east side, although pricy, it recently had a 100 million dollar renovation and it shows. The Loews also features a bar and grill headed by chef Dan Silverman and a full-service spa.

    JG Melon – 12pm Lunch
    Soon after checking in, you can head to JG Melon for lunch and get one of the better burgers you can get in NY. With only 11 dollars for a cheeseburger, as well as an outdoor seating area, this makes for a great lunch spot.

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    Fao Schwartz – 2pm
    Staying in the Upper east side, you must visit where Tom Hanks in BIG hopped around that piano. With the real-life toy soldiers at the front door, the whole place is a real treat. Speaking of treat, the candy area will crave any sweet tooth you may have.

    Central Park – 4pm
    Central Park is Central Park. You have to visit Central Park while staying in NY. While you can take a horse-drawn carriage and have a private and somewhat romantic tour of the park, I recommend renting a bike and riding through the park, stopping for an ice cream or a hot dog from the many stands located throughout the park. You can also stop by the Central park zoo. Either way you decide to experience this park, it will be a real treat.

    NY Knicks game at Madison Square Garden – 7pm
    Catch a game at the the arena simply referred to as “The Garden”, this is where the New York Knicks play their home games and just being inside the arena with the atmosphere of the crowd is electric. Hopefully the team is doing good and are in contention for the playoffs at this time.

    DANIEL restaurant – 10pm
    Creative use of traditional French techniques make the cuisines at this restaurant amazing. Chef Daniel Boulud’s restaurant DANIEL has a menu that varies seasonally, it highlights the best ingredients available which means you will have the best meal available. Although a bit pricy, you should splurge while on vacation.

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    Regency Bar and Grill at the Loews Regency – 9am
    How the high rollers start off their day. This breakfast location is conveniently located within the hotel you are staying in. Veal Milanese for $48 or a $65 Dover sole, you will get the day stared right with the meals you get here.

    Museum of Natural History – 11am
    New York City has many museums, but the museum of natural history has to be the destination for you. This museum is one of the largest in the world, with all the different exhibition halls theres something for everyone. You will end up learning something accidentally just by walking through this museum. Truly a must for a New York visit, plus they just take donations for entry.

    Sushi Mambo – 1pm
    Located in the west village, this lovely little sushi spot has a nice comfortable feel to it. The service is real nice and with the menu featuring teriyaki, tempura as well as sushi, its a nice different meal to have on you’re vacation. Just make sure you end the meal with a fried ice cream dessert.

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    Helicopter Ride of NYC from Adrenaline365 – 2pm
    You can have an aerial view of central park, the statue of liberty, ellis island, the empire state building… the experiences are all amazing. While everyone is taking the cabs or the train to view the sites of NY, you will have a unique view of the city within the helicopter.

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    The New York Botanical garden – 4pm
    Located in the Bronx, with a beautiful scenery at your every turn, this location is mostly outdoor spaces of acres upon acres of great landscape. It can definitely be viewed as a romantic setting in which you and your significant other can have a relaxing time together. A small picnic is highly recommended.

    Book of Mormons – 6pm
    The Book of Mormon is a musical that pokes fun at the mormon religion. The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, make hilarious musical notes. Their creative take on comedy shown on the show has lead to overwhelmingly positive critical response in their musical. A real must while exploring Times Square, which is also a big highlight of New York city.

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    Babbo restaurant – 8pm
    End the vacation in NY with a great Italian cuisine. The menu is thought up by Chef Mario Batali and his incorporation of the best seasonal produce and ingredients will put other italian dishes that you may have elsewhere to shame. Located in Greenwich village by Washington Square park, you can also have a nice little walk in this park after your meal.

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    Loews Regency Hotel – 10pm
    Check out.

  4. 36 Hours – Miami

    Fontainebleau Hotel- 10 AM
    The Fontainebleau is a Hotel Resort located in Miami Beach and is located at 4441 Collins Avenue. The Fontainebleau is one of the most historically and an architecturally major hotel on Miami Beach. The hotel opened in 1954 and was designed by Morris Lapidus. It can be debatably the most luxurious hotel on Miami Beach. The Fontainebleau Hotel has about 1504 rooms and is a residential building as well on their higher floors. Rooms at the Fontainebleau can cost from 500 dollars to 800 dollars per night. This hotel attracts a very wealthy clientele and is a costly place to vacation. It also has twelve different restaurants and bars. It also has Spas to relax at and a bowtie shaped pool with direct beach access from the hotel.

    Cecconi’s -12 PM
    While in Miami getting classy is a part of the entire experience. Cecconi’s is a modern day classic Italian restaurant open for brunch, lunch, cicchetti, and dinner, seven days a week. It is located on Soho Beach House 4385 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33140. It has a very comforting ambience with sunlight beaming through and a lounged atmosphere. It is the perfect way to start your vacation and your first meal.
    Para Sailing- 2PM
    After a delicious and enjoyable lunch it’s now time to take flight. Miami is known for their beautiful beaches and ocean. Being able to fly over that is an adrenaline rush. Para sailing can be found all across the beaches of Miami. It can cost up to 75 dollars per person and you can fly by yourself or with a partner.
    Vespa Riding Down Ocean Drive- 4PM
    Miami may seem to be a large city but in reality it is quite small. There are three main avenues that you need to explore. Ocean Drive, Collins avenue and Washington Avenue. It is common for tourists to rent vespas and drive up and down these main avenues. It continues the adrenaline from the para sailing and is a very fun activity. You will be able to see all Miami has to offer. It can cost from 60 dollars to 90 dollars per day for rental.
    After showering up and napping from a long day, what better way to have dinner than by just going right down the elevator? Scapetta is located inside the Fontainebleau. Overlooking the resort’s poolscape, the restaurant features ocean and poolside views, a glass-enclosed veranda as well as casual dining areas and a cocktail lounge. Scarpetta at Fontainebleau is a AAA Four Diamond Award winning restaurant. Scarpetta offers a regional Italian menu combining the simplicity of Italy’s cucina rustica.
    After a delicious meal it is time to go back to the room and freshen up for a long night of dancing. The Fontainebleau features it most famous nightclub LIV. LIV is a mega club with two floors, VIP sections and tables and a huge dance floor. There you will find celebreties, the Miami Heat players and world famous DJ’s performing such as Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, and Calvin Harris. P. Diddy hosts parties all the time as well. It is truly an amazing time and you will definitely never forget it.
    The Front Porch Café- 9 AM
    The Front Porch Café is a great place to have breakfast after a long night of partying. They serve excellent portions of breakfast food that re-energize you. It is located on 1458 Ocean Drive, right across the street from the beach.
    South Beach – 11 AM
    After breakfast and relaxing a bit it’s time to grab your towel and hit the beach. South Beach is one of America’s top beaches. Their all you have to do is lay down catch a nice tan and go in the ocean.
    Empanadas- 1 PM
    After lying out in the sun you can build up an appetite. All across Ocean Drive there are stands that sell delicious empanadas. Miami is a predominately Spanish area and the empanadas in South Beach are an awesome decision for a quick bite.
    Clevelander Pool Party- 2 PM
    Next stop is steps away from the beach and empanadas. The Clevelander is a hotel located on Ocean Drive and they host pool parties quite often. There they have cabana rentals and more famous Dj performances. It is a great place to meet people and have a good time during the day. The entire day can be spent here and will be a great way to close out your party experience in Miami.
    Hotel Checkout- 6 PM
    It’s now time to get your bags and get out. Might be the hardest part of a vaction but all good things must come to an end.
    Prime 112 Restaurants- 8 PM
    Before officially departing Miami one last meal is in order. Prime 112 is located on 112 Ocean Drive right at the end of Miami. It is a very busy area and is a live atmosphere. There you can get the freshest seafood and most incredible steak. It is a very expensive restaurant. What better way to close out your vacation though than to treat yourself like a king.
    Miami is a very expensive experience and will give you a run for your money. When going to Miami it is all about the experience. Don’t let money stop you from having an incredible time. Money doesn’t always buy happiness but in Miami it sure will help.

  5. Daniel Lopez says:

    36 hours in Central Florida

    Friday Morning

    10:00 a.m. – Since you can’t check into most Hotels till noon, you will start of by heading North East to one of the nations top 100 cities called Oviedo. This is a 30 minute car rife from Orlando International Airport. Destination De Azucar Bakery; you will be transported to a European destination. according to USA Today’s recent post “Along with its incredibly tempting selection of sweets, cakes and pastries — Danish to éclair, pound cake to scone (even sweet Nutella empanadas on occasion) — this unassuming little Oviedo bakery is a coffee lovers’ haven, serving up delightful, frothy and/or cream-topped cups of artisan, micro-roasted batch brews. And yes, there’s hot chocolate, too. The menu here changes daily, which is the wonderful nature of local bakeries, but you can stop in for breakfast and lunch, as well. All sandwiches are served on breads baked in house and you never know what will be on-hand to take home for dessert. If you can resist eating it on the premises, that is. (407-359-7807)

    12:00 p.m. – Destination The Black Hammock: Guests can expect to encounter alligators, turtles of all sizes and thousands of species of bird life, including the majestic Bald Eagle. After your exciting Black Hammock Air-boat Adventure, you can grab a gator bite and Drink at The Black Hammock Restaurant https://youtu.be/BOC2Ci9x0yU

    3:00 p.m. – We head towards Sand Lake Road, to the Druy Inn, and check-in. This Hotel is voted #2 out of 327 in central Florida, by TripAdvisor. At 110.00 dollars, this is a great deal. Enough time to shower and freshen up for an evening in town.

    6:00 p.m. – Take a stroll down International Drive (sightseeing) an burn a few calories.

    6:30 p.m. – Dinner @ Seasons 52 were according to Zagat: “Even the most season-ed diners rave where the well-presented New American dishes are all 475 calories or fewer (including the perfectly sized shot-glass sweets) so you can enjoy a delicious dinner and dessert without breaking the nutrition bank”; the inviting dining rooms have a “very Frank Lloyd Wright feel” and service is professional!

    9:00 p.m. – Time for the Cirque du Soleil Show; A Boundless and Festive Journey of the Imagination. Tickets range from 59.00- 139.00 dollars. https://youtu.be/aSa9kzkn4Lg

    1100 p.m. – Heading back towards the Hotel you can choose to have a night cap or dance the night away. The streets are well lit and safe, a main tourist destination.

    0830 a.m. – Perkins for breakfast, guaranteed to satisfy that hungry appetite. Also famous for their muffins and pies.

    09:30 a.m. – Go back to the Hotel request an extended check-out for noon and enjoy a few hours around the pool.

    12:00 p.m. – A favorite among many locals and visitors to the Orlando area, Vines Grille & Wine Bar continues to offer first rate service, excellent food along with popular entertainment – a feat only a handful of Orlando area restaurants can pull off.

    2:00 p.m. – One cannot leave Central Florida, without visiting one of the theme parks the choice is yours; Disney, Epcot, Universal Studios with Harry Potter and of course Sea World. Truly the best time is after 2 pm when the sun and crowd start to ease a bit.

    6:30 p.m. – Dinner? The choice is yours, with an abundance of flavors and cultures from all over the world to choose from.

    8:00 p.m. – Time for that last ride and stroll down memory lane; with an ice cream cone or two…hey enjoy! “Its 36 Hours in Central Florida”.

    10:00 p.m. – Time to head to the Airport and take the Red Eye flight home….Adios and Come back Soon!!!

  6. 36hours in Nassau Bahamas
    8am Breakfast at Graycliff This restaurant has four air-conditioned dining rooms and an outdoor dining area. It’s perfect place to start the day in Bahamas Nassau. Atmosphere is beautiful, charming, like being in a wonderful home, with cozy piano bar. graycliff-dining-table-with-food
    10am Parasailing and beach time at Jukanoo Beach.
    Parasailling is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation, and you can join in the fun.You can Enjoy the exquisite Bahamian scenery of Nassau from 400 feet above the sea on this parasail adventure tour. Parasailing its a the best thing! Unforgettable experience.

    Jukanoo beach is A beautiful beach located in the Harbor area. There are plenty of locations for easy access to beverages le the Bikini Hut. The beach can be especially crowded when cruise ships are in port, but it is a lovely beach with nice views of paradise island. A lot of people like it , because it is open to the public and free . Rental chairs, towels and hammocks are available . Just a 10 minute walk from downtown . price : 75$


    3. 1pm Lunch at Seagrapes

    With its views of Seagrapes Lagoon, teeming with colorful tropical fish. This buffet/restaurant is fun for everone. Seagrapes impresses with bountiful breakfast buffet , amazing lunch which and dinner set-ups which include Bahamian specialities. sea_grape_restaurant
    4. 3pm Check in Atlantis – Royal Towers Hotel.

    After check in you can go for a walk around a resort.

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    5. 5pm The Heritage Museum of the Bahamas

    Excellent display of items from the history of the Bahamas. This museum is filled with amazing artifacts from the 1400s forward. There is everything from swords to furniture, cooking pots to armor. The history of the Bahamas is rich and this museum shares the wonder of their history.

    Price : $12


    6. 8pm Dinner at DUNE Restaurant

    Perched atop a white sand bluff and offering a dramatic ocean view . Stunning spot on the beach! This restaurant is located at the Ocean Club on Paradise Island in the Bahamas. Chef Jean-Georges’ acclaimed restaurant serves an innovative blend of French-Asian fare, flavored with herbs from its own organic garden. Cocktails, fine vintage wines, and champagnes are served throughout the day at the adjacent beachfront bar.


    7. 10:30 pm – The Daiquiry Shack Bar

    The Daiquiri Shack is located on Cable Beach. This place is absolutely wonderful ! The drinks are great , they are made with fresh ingredients and on the spot. A friendly staff, great atmosphere ,good music and reasonable prices make the Daquiry Shack a must visit.


    8. 8am breakfast at Shoal Restaurant

    This restaurant serves true home-style Bahamian cooking in a fantastic casual and friendly atmosphere. 9. 10am Dolphin Cay

    Dolphin Cay offers an intimate and one-of-a-kind Atlantis resort experience. Swimming with dolphins it is awesome experience! Well worth the money.


    10. 12 pm lunch at MosaicSample some of the most flavorful dishes in the Bahamas and this high-end buffet. The restaurant’s friendly, attentive staff, tranquil atmosphere and breathtaking décor make it standout on the island, while its myriad of Mediterranean-influenced dishes and action cooking” stations, which enable diners to play chef , make it a trie mosaic of creative cuisine. Best of the buffet awards go to the fresh seafood dishes, mouthwatering churrasco and sweet dessert crepes. mosiac male
    11. 2pm water activities in Atlantis Paradise

    Aquaventure, Atlantis Paradise Island’s water park, is a one-of-a-kind 141-acre waterscape with complimentary admission for overnight guests at Atlantis. This non-stop aquatic thrill ride features over twenty million gallons of water, incredible Atlantean-themed towers, thrilling high-speed water slides, a mile-long river ride with rolling rapids and wave surges, 20 swimming areas. Aquaventure is connected by a lush, tropical environment that is both immersive and interconnected, and perfect for all vacationers, whether young and older. The water park offers an extreme level of excitement and delivers an “aqua” adventure unlike any other.

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    12. 6pm- dinner at Blue Lagoon Restaurant.

    Blue Lagoon its a beautiful restaurant with tasteful nautical décor . It is located by the sea. The menu covers all the bases , offering both Bahamian favorites and traditional Continetal dishes. Among the most popular options are conch fitters ,conch salad ,grilled shrimp and seafood filled crepes. Desserts are ostly fruit-based . Ideal place for a quiet dinner.

  7. 36 Hours in Jamaica

    Lunch: Hellshire Beach, St. Catherine
    This beach is not known for the beautiful water there, but for the amazing food available. Along the beach there are dozens of little shacks which are actually restaurants serving fresh seafood daily.

    Activity: Bob Marley Museum
    Head back into Kingston and explore the Bob Marley Museum. The museum is the house that Bob Marley owned, it was converted 6 years after his death. The main museum exhibits Bob’s personal treasures. There’s an also a theater on the property and the Legend Café, named after his most famous album.

    Activity: Devon House
    The Wassi Art Gallery is located on the property, where one can purchase handmade pottery and other arts and crafts. There’s also a number of shops available. After shopping you can have a guided tour of Devon House itself which was owned by the first black Jamaican millionaire. Devon House is probably most known for the ice cream at the Devon House Ice Cream shop so you should definitely check that out too.

    Dinner: Norma’s on the Terrace
    Just a walk across the courtyard from the ice cream shop is Norma’s restaurant, located in the building that used to be the Devon House Stables. Norma’s is one of the best restaurants in the uptown Kingston area. It’s the classic Jamaican cuisine with an upscale twist.

    Activity: Club Privilege
    Club Privilege is located in the New Kingston area of Kingston. The club opened its doors in 2009 and the crowd usually consist of the “uptowners” which are said to be more privileged, hence the name.

    Activity: Quad
    Take a short walk, 4 minutes to be exact, down Trinidad Terrace and you will be at the Quad Nightclub, it is called the Quad because there’s four different nightclubs located in one building. The first floor, or Christophers plays mostly jazz music and is more of a lounging area. On second is Oxygen, which caters more to the younger crowd and is the most popular. Third is the Voodoo lounges which is like an oldies club. And lastly is Taboo, a gentleman’s club located in the basement. My personal favorites are Oxygen and Taboo.

    Breakfast: Boston Jerk Center
    On the trip from Kinston to Ocho Rios, there’s the Boston Jerk Center, located in the parish of Portland. The locals and tourists alike love this spot. There’s of course the jerk cuisine available but also Jamaican breakfast items. It is somewhat like Hellshire beach where there’s a row of restaurant shacks where everyone goes to their favorite spot. If you aren’t sure which one to choose, no worries the owners are pretty good with persuasion.

    Activity: Dunn’s River Falls
    This is one of the top tourist attractions in all of Jamaica. You can climb 600 feet through the cascading water in a human chain led by a guide or you can be more adventurous and take on the falls alone.

    Lunch: Hard Rock Café
    The only Hard Rock Café in Jamaica, located in Ocho Rios, if you’ve grown tired of all the Jamaican food then this spot is for you. Its menu consists of burgers, fajitas steaks and barbeque.

    Activity: Rick’s Café
    The most exciting thing at Rick’s Café is the Cliff. You can jump the cliff yourself at your own risk or watch professional cliff jumpers.

    Activity: Rose Hall
    Rose Hall Great House is the legendary home of the White Witch Annie Palmer. Take the guided tour and learn about the Mistress who practiced Haitian voodoo and murdered her three husbands and countless slave lovers in the mansion. Rumor has it she was later killed by one of her slaves and a ritual was carried out to banish her spirit but apparently the ritual did not work so she still haunts the Estate.

    Late Snack and Lounging: Cru Bar and Kitchen
    Head back to Kingston to the new outdoor restaurant that offers appetizers and really strong drinks. You can sit by the bar or their little cabana areas.

  8. Perryn G. says:

    36 hours in Grenada
    10:00 pm – Check into the Flamboyant Hotel, where it had the best view of the most beautiful beach in Grenada, and unwind for a little bit from the long flight.
    11:00 pm – Take a dive down to The Oriental restaurant to have dinner before heading back to the hotel sleep for the night.
    8:00 am – Walk down to the hotel restaurant, right on the beach, for an all you can eat breakfast buffet.
    9:00 am – Enjoy the beach after breakfast.
    10:30 am – Dive underwater and see the statue museum at the bottom of the sea.
    12:30 pm – Eat at the Carenage in the restaurant called The Nutmeg.
    2:00 pm – Visit Fort George where the late Prime minister of Grenada and his people were executed.
    2:30 pm – Go to the mall for some shopping and the most amazing smoothies.
    5:00 – Back at the hotel to just relax.
    8:00 pm – Head to The Oriental for dinner.
    8:00 am – Eat breakfast at the hotel buffet
    9:00 am – Once last stay at the beach
    10:00 am – Check out

  9. I live in Brooklyn and I usually go to all same places because I usually don’t like to try out new places, food and more. For my assignment I decided to explore Brooklyn more and I saw that Brooklyn has a lot of interesting things to see and explore. On Brooklyn Water Front, there’s a lot of things to try such as food, hotels, views on big buildings, entertainment and much more.

    1. 8AM – View of the Manhattan skyline
    This park has a lot of different things to do so I started by taking a tour around the park to see what I want to do today. People usually travel around park by walking, biking, taking the ferry or water taxi throughout the park.
    2. 11AM – Lunch at Iris Cafe
    This Café is located at 20 Colombia place. This Café serves everything from snack to meals, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It was opened in 2009 by two brothers. Its open seven days a week and they open early if you would just want to grab a quick coffee. This café offers a lot of fresh food and they aren’t expensive. The price to eat there would be 15$ per person.
    3. 2AM – Tour on a ferry
    Everyone loves tours, with this tour it shows that people can enjoy the magnificent view of the East Side where Statue of Liberty can be seen and pass by Brooklyn bridge.
    4. 4PM – Smorgasburg
    Located of Pier 5, Smorgasburg is a food market which has different varities of food. Some of the dishes are decent price and some seemed overpriced for me. You can purchase and eat near water to enjoy the view and then take a rest.
    5, 7PM – Hilton Hotel
    After all day of walking and trying out new things its time to rest and take a break from everything in a comfortable room. Hilton is a great hotel with excellent service. This hotel offers restaurants and bars, with different types of food that run from breakfast to dinner. The price per night would start from $149 and up depends on which room you choose.

    6. 10AM – Brooklyn Roasting Coffee
    he Brooklyn roasting coffe company is located on 25 jay street, Brooklyn New York. Its nice to go and have a fresh made cup of coffee made by one of the best and most historical roasting companies in New York. With their rich flavor and steady process of making coffee that goes back into the 1900s. You can literally see the coffee that well be roasted into your coffee.
    7. 12AM – Sports
    Theres different types of sports that can be done at Brooklyn Waterfront Park. On pier 2 theres sports such as basketball, handball, rolling rink and you can create your own type of sport in the area. This is a great opportunity to go out and be active. While having a great time as well, devolving a need for something cold and refreshing where your next trip will be.
    8. 3PM – Gallery of Galapagos
    Galapagos Art Space is a 9,000 square foot Obie Award / Building Brooklyn Award winning cultural venue located in Dumbo. There’s a 1,600 sq ft lake inside in the building. It’s a great place to endure culture.

    9. 11AM – Last day at Brooklyn Bridge Garden Bar
    Brooklyn Bride Garden is a cafe and bar located within the trees at Pier 1. It is the perfect place to sit, enjoy your wine or other signature drink, while watching the views.

  10. Kevin Chen says:

    36 Hours in New York City

    New York Marriott Marquis – 1535 Broadway – 8:00 pm
    We check in the heart of Times Square where the city never sleeps. The rooms is quite expensive starting at $250, it is a place you will never forget especially the scenery.

    Times Square 42nd Street 9pm
    Times Square is one of the famous place where tourist come and see. There are many great place to visit like the Toy’r’us store. the scenery is beautiful especially when it is dark. These pictures you will take here will last forever.

    Havana Central 151 West 46th Street 11:00pm
    After touring around Times Square, it is finally time to sit down and enjoy a meal. Havana Central is the perfect place to be. Offering delicious Cuban food, Live Cuban music and exotic drinks, this place becomes magical once you step in. The food is amazing here also. My personal favorite is the Mango Salmon.

    New York Marriott Marquis – 1535 Broadway – 1:00 pm
    We get back to the room where we await a long day of exploring. Plus you have too much alcohol in your system so you need to rest.

    Saturday Morning

    Jack Wife Frieda – 224 Lafayette Street – 11:00am
    After a good night sleep, you must be hungry especially from all the alcohol you have been drinking last night. Well this is the perfect place to have brunch here. Jack Frieda offers many delicious foods to eat. My personal favorite is the Jack’s Breakfast which has eggs, skirt steak and potatoes.

    Chinatown/SOHO – 1:00 pm
    After a nice meal, we go back exploring the Chinatown and SOHO neighborhood. Chinatown is the perfect place to visit especially for tourist for buying many things that are cheap like souvenirs. Chinatown also has many different Asian culture to enjoy and take pictures. SOHO is right next to Chinatown. SOHO is a shopping district where you can go to a brand name store or a small business store and buy what you need.

    Joe’s Shanghai 9 Pell Street – 3:00pm
    It is time to eat again so here is Joe’s Shanghai. This place is famous for the local people and tourist to eat. They are famous for their soup dumplings and Chinese cuisines. My favorite is the pork soup dumplings and pan fried noodles with beef.

    South Seaport- 5PM
    Here is another place where tourist love to go and visit since it is near the river. This place has a very nice scenery to take pictures and boats to go onto. My favorite thing to do is the helicopter tour. Starting at $150, you can get on a helicopter and tour New York City. I guarantee you will never forget this feeling.

    Chelsea Piers 14th – 23rd St by 11th Ave -7pm
    This is the place where you will have fun. Offering many things for the local people and tourist. they have many things from hitting golf balls by the golf center to ice skating by the Ice Rink to bowling by bowling 300. This is the place where you can just have fun.

    Highline – 9pm
    This is another favorites from tourists to visit. This highline has to offer is beautiful scenery, plants, vendors and art. This is a place where you can have a romantic walk with your loved ones and enjoy the water with the night.

    Kum Gang San 49 West 32 Street – 10pm
    It is time to eat once more. This restaurant is famous for their Korean BBQ and authentic Korean dishes. They also have authentic Korean drinks with or without alcohol with live Korean music playing in the background. . You will savor every meat you eat when you eat here and enjoy your sit down there.

    Spot Dessert – 11 West 32nd St. 11pm
    I bet you have a sweet tooth. This is the perfect place to be. Spot dessert has many different designed dessert for you to enjoy. My favorite dessert is the green tea molten lava cake there.

    New York Marriott Marquis – 1535 Broadway – 12:00 pm
    After a long day with a lot of food, alcohol, and walking, it is time to sleep and enjoy your day in New York City.

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