Fall Cruise in NYC! You Don’t Want To Miss It!

Do you enjoy feasting on delicious food?

Do you enjoy indulging in refreshing wine and spirits?

Are you all about meeting new people?

Are you ready to hear valuable advice from health coaches and other local advisers?

If you answered YES to one of these questions, you’re in luck because I have something special for you!

Take a nice relaxing cruise on the Hudson River on Sunday October 21st from 12pm-2pm as you enjoy delicious food as well as lovely wine!

Hosted by Mindful Aura! Follow their Instagram page for more updates!

Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! Get your tickets below to be a part of an awesome, fun filled experience!

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8 Best Things To Do In Central Park NYC! 

1. Hidden Waterfalls in the North Woods

These rushing falls are worth chasing or at least worth the hike up to the western corner of 101st and 110th Street, where they’re located inside a lush ravine modeled after the Adironacks!

2. Picnic in Sheep Meadow

Sheep Meadow is the superior picnicking ground thanks to its combination of skyline views and picturesque grassy terrain. Pick up some goodies from Epicerie Boulud cafe that’s nearby! That’s a daily selection of sandwiches, salads, and croissants.

3. Go Fishing in Haarlem Meer

For those who want to try their hand at fishing, pick up a pole and bait at Harlem Meer’s Charles A. Dana Discovery Center. Try to catch some bass, carp, or catfish but the only drawback is anything you catxhbhad to be released back into the lake. 

4. Climb up Belvedere Castle

True to its name which translates to “beautiful view” in Italian, this towering stone structure offers a panoramic outlook of both the park and surrounding skyscrapers from its two balconies.

5. Take a whirl on the carousel

There’s something wonderfully nostalgic about riding a carousel, especially the one in Central Park where they merry go round has Ben making rounds since 1871! A ride on one of the 58 hand carved and painted horses will cost only $3, but the Instagram potential is priceless! 

6. Scale Umpire Rock

In a park that’s known for being almost entirely man-made, this ancient piece of bedrock is one of the few all natural features. Measuring 40 by 15 feet, the large, steep boulder offers the best vantage point for watching baseball games in the nearby field (hence its name) and serves as a training ground for aspiring rock climbers! 

7. Monkey around at the zoo

Despite its tiny six and a half acre size, the Central Park Zoo packs in three different climates… tropical, temperate, and polar which means you can get up close and personal with everything from spotted snow leopards to tropical lemurs and lizards without taking an actual safari! 

8. Rent a boat from Loeb Boathouse 

This may be the most cliched Central Park activity, but there’s no denying that paddling around the scenic 22 acre lake —wth Belvedere Castle and the Loeb Boathouse in the distance — is also one of the most romantic things to do in New York City! 

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Everything New Yorkers Must Do This Week! MAY 29 – JUNE 4!

Hey guys! I knows it’s been a bit cloudy here in NYC for a while. But we can’t let that put a damper on our fun! Here are some exciting things to do this week here in NYC!


>>Day drink at the Summer of Love Memorial Day Party! 

Location: Ridgewood

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Ridgewood offers a free dance party located on the grounds of the historic Onderdonk House! You are sure to see a pig roasting along with other food vendors, circus performers, DJs, arts and crafts station, shopping at MaMas Bazaar and more! 

>>Cold Brew Soft Serve at Dominique Ansel Kitchen

Location: West Village

Dominique Ansel’s Kitchen
Dominique Ansel’s latest creation contains caffeine?! La Colombe cold brew soft serve topped with biscotti,milk foam, and cocoa powder for $7.25! 

>>Strawberry Poptart Sundae!

Location: Times Square

Kellogg’s NYC

OddFellows Ice Cream Co. has linked up with Kellogg’s to come up with a creative sundae made with strawberries and cream soft serve swirl, sour strawberry jam, toasted Pop-Tart crumbs, and rainbow sprinkles! That’s sounds pretty awesome! It’s available from Memorial Day through June 12! 


>>Learn about Manhttanhenge! 

Location: Upper West Side

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As the sun sets in May 30, it will be perfectly aligned with Manhattan’s east-west numbered streets, offering opportunity to capture cool pics of Manhattan’s brick-and-steel canyons. Jackie Faherty, astrophysicist, will be guiding you through the history and astronomy behind this awesome sunset! Here will be a special presentation held at Hayden Planetarium! Tickets are $15!


>>Drink Unlimited WINE at Brooklyn Uncorked!

Location: Industry City 

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Edible’s food and wine festival will pair unlimited local and imported wines and beers with local bites from Baba’s Pierogies, Talde, Runner & Stone, and more!  The festival is from 6pm – 9pm and riches range from $50-$70

>>Hash Brown Tacos?! 

Location: Midtown East

Empellón interesting tacos stuffed with everything from falafel with grasshopper hummus to hashbrowns with tomatillo ketchup! They offer a $35 three course lunch that includes an appetizer, two tacos, and dessert! 


>>Scooper Bowl NYC! 

Location: Bryant Park

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The nations largest All You Can Eat Ice Cream Festival from June 1-3! Proceeds will go together the Jimmy Fund, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Spaulding. Rehab Hosptial! Get your favorite ice cream flavors from Ben & Jerry’s, Baskin-Robbins, Häagen Dazs, and many more! Tickets go on sale starting May 31st! 


>>Experiencing the Creative Minds of Local Artists!

Location: Greenpoint 

Green Point Open Studios
This annual event opens up the personal studios of Greenpoint’s photographers, painters,textile artists,sculptors, and more! Come out and see the process and work that goes into contemporary visual art!


>>Bill Nye and the Brooklyn Sky!

Location: Downtown Brooklyn at Brooklyn Bridge Park – Pier 1

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Your favorite science guy will join you on Saturday night at the interactive stargazing event featuring astronomers, astronauts, and more space-savvy guests! Admission is FREE and is from 7pm-11pm!


>>International Food Bazaar! 

Location: Upper West Side – Grand Bazaar NYC

International Food Bazaar!
Eat food from all over the world with 25 vendors selling delicious food from Cuba, Greece, Thailand, and more! Proceeds will be donated to local public schools!

These activities sound so fun! Hope you guys get a chance to dive into these fun endeavors! =)

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