Tagged With "Bronx"

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Re: Dale Chihuly at the New York Botanical Garden

seesaw ·
Looks like a very enchanting exhibit. I really like the rectangles in the reflecting pool...clever design!
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Re: Foodie Fun on Arthur Avenue

DrFumblefinger ·
Now THIS is my idea of a great food tour! Wish I'd tagged along, and thanks for the advice on where to go for my favorite type of food.
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Re: Foodie Fun on Arthur Avenue

George G. ·
Arthur Avenue is definitely a stop on my next NYC visit. Unfortunately my regional area has a dearth of generational family run restaurants and small butcher shops, bakeries and the like.
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Re: Arthur Ave -NYC's Real Little Italy

PHeymont ·
When my kids were younger, Arthur Avenue made a great end to a day at the Bronx Zoo or Botanical Garden...I'm glad it's still going!
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NYC&Co: We bring you tourists, we'll show you how to serve them

PHeymont ·
Taking a step beyond just beefing up the number of tourists arriving, New York City's tourism promotion agency, NYC&Co. has developed a program to help businesses and attractions in all five boroughs be ready for the numbers. And they are impressive numbers. Last year 56.4 million visitors came to New York; the city is pushing to hit 67 million by 2021. The new program, called "Tourism Ready" builds on Brooklyn's success in branding and marketing itself; experts including former...
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Dale Chihuly at the New York Botanical Garden

Jonathan L ·
Every year the New York Botanical Garden puts together a special show that is on exhibit from spring to fall. This year's features glass artist Dale Chiluly.
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Walking Through the NY Botanical Gardens: a Winter's Day

Jonathan L ·
A winter walk takes Jonathan through an uncrowded park, and into an old-growth forest that mirrors what the area was like 300 years ago.
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April 2, 2017: Van Cortland Park Cross Country Track

Jonathan L ·
The Tortoise and the Hare mark the finish line of one of the most famous Cross-Country courses in the United States, in the Bronx, New York City.
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Arthur Ave -NYC's Real Little Italy

Jonathan L ·
Just some of the selection at Mike's Deli Tourists will go down to lower Manhattan looking for Little Italy, but those in the know will head to the Bronx. Just west of The Bronx Zoo is the Belmont neighborhood, and the heart of Belmont is Arthur Ave (...
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, Nov. 1, 2015: Day of the Dead in the Bronx

PHeymont ·
  A Saturday trip to the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx to see a Frida Kahlo exhibit took on a different cast when we realized that the Garden was also celebrating Halloween and the Dia de los Muertos. When we arrived, a variety of...
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Foodie Fun on Arthur Avenue

Stephanie Kalina-Metzger ·
Water-up those taste buds! Stephanie Kalina-Metzger takes us on a food tour in the Bronx that makes you wish tagged along!
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The Working Class Riviera - Orchard Beach and City Island

Jonathan L ·
Two of New York City’s best kept secrets – Orchard Beach and City Island – have played an important role for families for generations.
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Holiday Train Show at the NY Botanical Gardens

Jonathan L ·
Every year the NY Botanical Gardens turns the Haupt Conservatory into a model train holiday fantasy.
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Sept. 16, 2018: Bruckner Boulevard

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L brings us a view of old and new in the South Bronx
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Re: Holiday Train Show at the NY Botanical Gardens

Travel Luver ·
Looks like a lot of fun!
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Re: Holiday Train Show at the NY Botanical Gardens

PHeymont ·
I've been there in the past...it's great, but large-gauge models have never been my thing. But now that I know the display is built from garden scrap, I may have to take another look!
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Re: Holiday Train Show at the NY Botanical Gardens

Jonathan L ·
The trains are fun, but the buildings are really the show.
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May 31 2020, Morning Light in The Bronx

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L travels to his living room for some lovely sunrise light
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