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  • Best-Kept Secret In NYC: City CoPilot's Luggage Storage & Concierge Services


    City CoPilot's first storefront launched in 2014 in the Lower East Side as New York City's first "front desk" for tourists without a hotel concierge and locals as well. They offer short-term luggage storage, 24/7 key exchange, apartment cleaning and turnover, airport transportation to all major NYC airports, as well as package acceptance for locals without a doorman.
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  • New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise


    For Americans and international travelers alike, experiencing New Year’s Eve in New York City is both a pilgrimage and right of passage. Thousands of citizens of all ages flock to The City That Never Sleeps to see the ball drop, watch their favorite star perform live and shop until they drop, but why have a typical New York Experience when you can take a New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise? You’ll get a unique view of the city’s quintessential sites from a waterfront perspective while having access to an exclusive dance floor and open bar.
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  • Rockefeller Center Christmas Visitors Guide


    The Rockefeller Center is one of New York City’s most iconic landmarks, and is a must-see for anyone traveling to the area. One of the best times to visit is during the holiday season, when the entire center is decked out in celebration, although this plaza and the associated buildings are an excellent place to visit during any time of the year. Here is a brief Rockefeller Center Christmas Visitor’s Guide to sum up why the holiday season is the best time of year to tour the Center.
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  • Encuentro NYC Colombian Music Festival


    New York is one of the most diverse cities in the world, with cultures and people from all over the globe. If you really want to experience the magic of this city, then a great way to do it is to experience one of the many local celebrations that are held throughout the year. One of the best choices is Encuentro NYC, a massive Colombian music festival.
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  • Funny Business at the New York Comedy Festival


    If laughter is the best medicine, get ready for some healthy, hilarious fun. The New York Comedy Festival is a six-day laughapalooza featuring over 200 comedians in over 60 shows at more than 20 venues throughout the city. This year marks the 12th anniversary of the festival, which is produced by Comedy Central’s Carolines on Broadway. Past years have seen performances by comic heavy-hitters including Amy Schumer, Dane Cook, Louis C.K., John Oliver and Jon Stewart, and this year’s lineup looks to be just as stellar.
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  • A New York Party Cruise


    New York has no shortage of places to party. There is an endless supply of hipster bars, outdoor restaurants and rooftop bashes, and that doesn’t even include the apartment parties your friends and co-workers are throwing. It’s the city that never sleeps, and almost always parties. So ditch the usual scene and try something new with a New York Party Cruise. There’s nothing better than drinks and dancing as you coast by the Statue of Liberty or the Brooklyn Bridge aboard one of the city’s finest nightly cruise ships. NYC night cruises are a hot new trend in sightseeing; where you can meet new people and dance the night away without ever having to wait in line.
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  • Veterans Day Parade in New York City


    Washington, D.C. may be our nation’s capitol, but New York City is its heart. Since 1919 it has hosted what is now the nation’s largest Veterans Day Parade, and has honored veterans and active military through times of war and peace. The Veterans Day Parade in New York City is known as America’s Parade. It is a non-partisan, non-political celebration that provides an opportunity for the nation to show its pride and gratitude for the men and women who serve and protect our nation.
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  • Celebrate Veteran’s Day


    Although it isn’t the most-widely celebrated holiday in November, Veteran’s Day deserves honor. This day of respect and recognition began almost a hundred years ago, on November 11, 1918, when the First World War was officially over. The United States of America, like many other nations, had seen great sacrifice, death and carnage. To remember the men and women who had sacrificed much for the war cause, the country set aside the date November 11th as a federal holiday. Years later, it officially became known as Veteran’s Day when towns began using the day to honor their citizens who had served in the war.
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  • Finding Family Friendly Broadway Shows


    New York is the best place to see a live theater act. These performances are unlike the filtered and water down presentations that you are used from your television. Get swept up in the excitement of seeing actors, musicians and performers on stage right in front of you. Producers have created several of the best Broadway shows for families that are playing throughout the year.
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  • Plan Your Trip to the Big Apple Film Festival


    New York is a city that is known for doing everything bigger and better. Even going to the movies can be an experience that takes you far beyond the mundane. If you are in town during the latter part of the year, make sure you consider visiting the Big Apple Film Festival.
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