New York

IMG_6141Cross-Country Skiing in the Adirondacks

Visited: February 2017 – 3 days

The first thing that may come to mind when you hear the word Adirondack might be Adirondack chairs – or as we Canadians like to call them – Muskoka chairs. Located in upstate New York, Adirondack Park spans over 6 million acres and is considered to be the largest park in the Lower 48. It was here in the thick of nature that inspired some dude to design and create the perfect cottage lounging Adirondack chairs.

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IMG_32243 Days in New York City

Visited: July 2019 – 3 days 

There is so much to see and do in New York City. With towering skyscrapers, iconic landmarks, and an incredible arts, entertainment, food, fashion and nightlife scene, you could easily spend weeks, months, years (or even a lifetime) exploring NYC. Even though we’ve been twice before, when we were invited to a wedding in Brooklyn, we didn’t hesitate to book our plane tickets.

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IMG_9518New York City (in the Summer)

Visited: July 2016 – 4 days

We found ourselves back in New York City over the Canada Day long weekend. But instead of celebrating Canada’s birthday in our native homeland, we joined in the celebrations and festivities for Independence Day (i.e. the Fourth of July) in the most populous and diverse cities in the United States. And spoiler alert: Americans take their fireworks very seriously.

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IMG_8789New York City (in the Spring)

Visited: April 2016 – 4 days

They don’t call it the city that never sleeps for nothing. With over 8.5 million people, New York City is bursting with culture, class, coolness, and crowds. It has been referred to as many names and nicknames over the years: New Amsterdam, the Big Apple, the Melting Pot, Gotham, NYC, but one thing remains: it is still the land of opportunity. And opportunity to sightsee.

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