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Fall in New York City is a special time. The leaves on the trees turn the most beautiful shades of red and orange, and the air has a crisp, fresh smell. People break out their cozy sweaters and enjoy long walks in the park. There’s something about fall in NYC that just feels magical. Of course, fall in NYC wouldn’t be complete without a few cultural experiences, hot drinks, and a meal at a quaint restaurant. When is Fall in NYC? Fall in New York City starts around the end of September to about the second week of November. To…

There’s something special about observation decks in New York City. Maybe it’s the way they give you a bird’s eye view of the city or the way they make you feel like you’re on top of the world. Either way, there’s no denying that they offer some of the best views in town. Photo @ Getty Images, Extreme Photographer New York City is famous for its skyline, and no visit to the Big Apple is complete without spending some time admiring the breathtaking views. Luckily, there are plenty of observation decks scattered around the city, each offering a unique perspective…

They say write about what you love. Here I am. New York City. Nothing lights my fire more. I travel to New York City once a month, sometimes more. I have traveled to New York City more than I have been to Dallas, 32 miles away. I know, crazy. As many times I have been to New York City, I find something else to do, a new restaurant, a unique experience or activity. New York keeps everyone on their toes. Even living in New York City, you will find something new every day. This is why I love it so…

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