Located where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez, Cabo San Lucas calls to people of all ages to explore its many beaches, go on mountain expeditions and relax in the sun. Before you call the babysitter to take care of the kids, consider bringing them along as Cabo San Lucas has many activities to keep the little ones happy while sparking their imaginations.
New York is a wonderful city - there's no doubt about it! But, if you've never been up the Hudson to West Point, sailed on Long Island Sound, or seen the green farms and vineyards of Long Island, you owe it to yourself to get out of the city for a day, or for a weekend. Once you're out of the shadow of the skyscrapers, life is slower-paced, people seem more approachable, and the charm of the countryside becomes palpable.
There are a number of ways to plan an excursion, including train, bus and private car. If you're adventurous, hop a train from Grand Central to West Point, or head out to Long Island with the commuters. There are other options, however.
Unspoiled beaches, championship golf and pristine oceanfront pools define the vacation experience at Seabrook Island, South Carolina. If you are considering vacationing here, consider adding these four activities to your "to do" list.
When you visit St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, you'll want to take advantage of the many unique ways to experience nature "up close and personal."
There are many clues that investors consider when determining whether a particular area is likely to be a sound investment or not. One of those factors is the behavior of other investors in the area. Not only does a gathering of investors mean that others have determined the area to be safe, but it also means that their influx of cash is likely to keep the area stable. According to an article on Yahoo Finance, New York City is turning out to be a haven for real estate investors around the world.
Not all restaurants are created equal, especially in vacation spots like Los Cabos, Mexico. Of course your next luxury family vacation needs to include some dining options, but choosing where to go can be a gamble.
One of the best reasons to visit New York City is the food, right? Whether you're looking for street food in Little Italy, dim sum in Chinatown, the newest classically elegant restaurants, or taste treats from the latest darlings of the celebrity chef circuit, you can be sure to find it in New York. And, when you schedule a visit to your second home in the city, part of the excitement is "eating around."