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    • New Years Eve

      New York City Oct 11, 2016 at 2:21 PM

      Hi all,

      My husband and I (both 27) will be in New York for new year and as everyone else seems to we are struggling with what to do. I literally refuse to go anywhere near time square but would still like a bar/lounge/party to go to. I've read the Chelsea area is the place to be? Has anyone got any suggestions please? Is it best to eat late afternoon? Thanks :-)

    • What to wear

      New York City Oct 8, 2016 at 8:10 AM

      My BFF and I will be in NYC from 10/15 thru 10/22. What clothes do I take for all the sightseeing we Erik be doing. I've got my Skecher shoes but what about clothing, sweaters, jacket, coat, gloves, etc.?

    • What to do in Watkins Glen 3rd week of March

      by J_Smith Online Now Jan 15, 2014 at 10:57 AM

      Some of the tourist attractions are closed down for the season. Any suggestions on what highlights to hit during a short stay?

      1 Answer Jan 15, 2014 at 11:04 AM
    • Winery suggestions

      by orlandoglobetrotter Online Now Jun 26, 2011 at 11:43 PM

      My wife and I are making our first (and probably only) visit to the Finger Lakes area. Since we may never make it back, we want to hit the really good wineries instead of wondering around looking for whichever ones we come across. And we thought the savvy VT members would have good suggestions. What we're looking for particularly is wineries on Seneca Lake. We'll be leaving from Watkins Glen heading toward I-90. We don't care which side we go up but want to only go up one side. Thus, if you suggest more than one (which we appreciate), please make them both on either the east or west side. We are also looking for wineries that would be especially good for "newbies" since we've never done other words, those that won't act like wine snobs but will instead have the patience to show us the drill. Finally, we are looking for wineries that have something more than wine to them such as a georgeous home, building, grounds or view or something else that sets that winery apart from the many others that dot Lake Seneca. Thanks for any and all help.

      1 Answer Jun 28, 2011 at 2:38 AM