Monthly Archives: May 2013

Exploring Theodore Roosevelt’s New York City Childhood Home

For visitors to New York City’s Flatiron District, a tour of Theodore Roosevelt’s childhood home provides tourists with a glimpse of what motivated one of the more charismatic U.S. presidents. Excellent (and free!) forty minute tours given hourly by the … Continue reading

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Divine Dim Sum in New York City’s Chinatown

New York City is an expensive city for tourists and eating out can be pricey unless visitors know where to look. On a street in Chinatown filled with 25 cent shops, Chinese traditional medicine and even foot rub parlors, is … Continue reading

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A Taste of Spain in San Antonio’s Missions National Historical Park

I am a big fan of anything administered by the U.S. National Park Service. As a small child living in New Jersey, my parents, my brother and I used to head west in my parents’ 1969 Plymouth Fury to explore … Continue reading

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