Tuesday, June 24, 2008

New York , A city that never Sleep

New York City is an iconic city in the world with full of excitements and fun actions. It is famous among travelers not because it has something for all but because it offers a lot for everyone.

When to Visit New York City

New York City is famous as a tourist destination locally and internationally.New York has a year round demand. As such there is no best time to visit New York, unless you want to avoid the crowd. In average New York city gets 40 million visitors per year. You can now imagine how busy the city then. Though there is no such best time to visit New York, from mid March to December you may see that the city is very crowded. These are the months of high season for New York. But from January to early March, it is a low season for New York. If you want to avoid the crowed then best time to visit New York is January to early March.

Autumn, Christmas, and spring are the most popular, expensive, and crowded times of the year. The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day are especially busy,

Weather Information

New York is a city which claims more than 200 days of sunshine annually. But the temperature fluctuates drastically based on seasonality and the time of the day.

What to see in New York City

Most of the attractions are open for visitors through out the year. But you are advised to check the open time before visiting the city to avoid unnecessary delays.

Central Park
South Street Seaport
Times Square
The Forbes Galleries (62 5th Avenue at 12th Street)
Staten Island Ferry
5th Avenue Window Displays
Brooklyn Bridge (free for pedestrians and bikers)
Brooklyn Promenade
Bryant Park
The New York Public Library
TV Show Tapings
Grand Central Terminal
The Public Theater (Shakespeare in the Park and other performances)
Sony Wonder Technology Lab (56th Street and Madison Ave)
The American Numismatic Society (Federal Reserve Bank at 33 Liberty Street)
Whitney Museum of American Art at Altria

Monday, June 23, 2008

New Shopping Stores in London

London is a wonderful shopping destination. There are plenty of shops lines in the city's streets, filled with everything you want.

Castelbajac ‘s Store

Jean Charles de Castelbajac has opened his first London store on Conduit Street. There you will find everything from his fashion collections, luggage, shoes and stationery, the store is a little JCC universe.

Address: Where: Jean Charles de Castelbajac, 50-51 Conduit Street, London, W1

Oxfam Fashion Boutiques

There are 3 new Oxfam fashion boutiques in London. The shops stock 1-off pieces from Oxfam's second-hand clothing, and fabrics created by 7 up-and-coming designers from the UK. These designs are created with the help of fashion guru Jane Shepherdson Therefore the shops represent a new benchmark for sustainable fashion.

Address: Where: Oxfam Boutique, 190 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London, W4; 245 Westbourne Grove, London, W11; 123a Shawfield St, King's Road, Chelsea, London, SW3

World's Most Coveted Antiques

Harrods s having an amazing collection of antiques for Summer Exhibition In his store, you'll find furniture, statues, clocks and gorgeous items dating from the High Victorian period to the Belle Époque. Each piece comes with Harrods Certificate of Authenticity, enabling you to buy with confidence. Shop opens throughout June.

Address: Where: Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London, SW1

Ollie & Nic: The leading Bag Labels in Britain.

Ollie & Nic is one of the leading bag labels in Britain. You can save money for a piece from the leather bags collection – choose from large totes, practical satchels, next season's must-have clutches and cute purses. The shop opens from 14 Jun.

Adress: Ollie & Nic, Fouberts Place, off Carnaby Street, London

Leluu at Newburgh Street

Looking for unique handmade clothes for a wedding or special occasion in this summer? Then come down to Leluu at Newburgh Street, Carnaby, you're sure to find something very special. Handmade clothes at Leluu are ethically produced from materials sourced from the designer's hometown in Korea.

Address: Leluu, 8 Newburgh Street, London, W1

Saturday, June 07, 2008

Sun, Sand and Fun in Benidorm

Benidorm a lovely destination located 45 kilometers northeast of Alicante in Spain, is known for sun, sand and fun. Let it be a beach holiday or nightlife, Benidorm has a lot to offer. In Summer Benidorm is busy with its nightlife parties. Benidorm has everything for one to enjoy the nightlife to the max. With more than 1000 restaurants and over 200000 apartments and accommodations Benidorm offers enjoyable holiday for everyone comes in.

What to do in Benidorm

There are a lot of attractions that you shouldn’t miss when you are in Bendorm. Theme Parks, beaches, wildlife, day trips etc, what you wish you’ll find in Benidorm.

Aqualandia Water Amusement Park, Mundomar Marine Exotic Animal Park, Terra Mitica are the main theme parks in Benidorm.

If you look for a beach holiday, there are two main beaches in Benidorm for you to enjoy. i.e. Playa Levante and Playa Poniente. These are high quality beaches, known as best in Europe. Cleanliness, full of water sports, quality blue flag bathing make your holiday an enjoyable one.

Live music, fun games mixing with discos and Djs are waiting for you in Benidorm. There are a lot of Bars, Clubs and Restaurants in Benidorm to ensure that each one has enjoyed their nightlife to the fullest.

Last but not least, Benidorm is a paradise for shoppers. There are many of clothes, jewelers, bags and shoe shops wait for your visit.