The Frugal Traveler heads north to Lake Placid to see if a ski-less, car-less New Yorker can pull off an overnight ski trip for less than $300.
The Frugal Traveler compiles a user’s guide to all of those low-cost bus lines in the Northeast.
Seth Kugel reveals how he saw plays, visited museums and ate out on just $100 over the weekend in New York.
Two days of theater, museums and experimental film, plus meals and a few beers, too. The Cost? A C-Note.
The one place most Americans can’t visit in the Caribbean, legally at least, is Cuba. But the romance of pre-Revolution Cuba — or some good semblance of it — is very much alive in New York.
One borough, many flags. A lot of foreign tourists — and that includes Europeans, Californians and Manhattanites — have had occasion to stick their toe into the borough of Queens, but few have put it all together and make Queens a destination.
If your knowledge of Middle Eastern food starts with falafel and ends with hummus, a few hours on Atlantic Avenue should set you straight.
Get your quick caffeine fix in the most civilized way possible, then be on your way. You have a city to see.
New York doesn’t look like the Caribbean, but decades of immigration have brought an undeniable Caribbean undercurrent to the city.
A food tour is a way to participate in, and not just observe, life in New York City. And with the right guide, it can be almost exhilarating.