This summer I stumbled across an Instagram account called wyntersunholidays and decided to send a message asking for help to find a very last minute sunshine holiday. If honest I made an immediate judgement of the company without having heard a single thing about them.....how wrong was I. This resulted in me receiving a very prompt response from one of the senior sales reps. I have never had such a formal yet pleasant and personal conversation on the phone with someone who's main aim was to take my money and sell me a holiday. Due to the last minute decision to head for a beach, the wyntersunholiday sales team liaised with me daily at my convenience taking into account that I was at work whilst trying to search for holidays. They dealt with me with patience whilst I was being indecisive and trolled numerous companies to find me a deal that worked for me price wise. On finding a deal that matched me in terms of luxury and price I was even contacted during out of office hours to ensure I did not lose out of such a find. This deal was a one week all inclusive holiday to Kos staying in the Sovereign Beach Hotel.
New York is extremely easy to navigate. Buses are handy for getting around Manhattan, along with the Subway which is probably the best mode of transport to get in and around the other boroughs. At some stage you may use the world famous yellow taxi. When hailing a yellow taxi, try and get one on an avenue that’s going in the same direction as you are, as this will save you time and money.
New York is known to be a little on the expensive side, however there are lots of things to do for free! This includes, walks across the Brooklyn Bridge, visiting buildings such as Grand Central Station and riding the Staten Ferry.
Home to some of the world’s most famous museums; why not visit The Met and the Guggenheim which is extremely well-known. New York is also home to the American National History Museum which is extremely famous and should certainly be one on your list to visit.
There are lots of options in New York once the sun sets. If you like theatre you can take a visit to Broadway, and catch shows like ‘The Lion King’ or ‘Phantom of the Opera’. But if you want to party there are bars galore, and one of the coolest places to go out is the Greenwich Village.
Why not consider ‘The Red Lion’ for live music, or the’1849’ which offers a great Wild West theme or if you’re just after somewhere to have a good old laugh, then check out a gig at the ‘Comedy Club’ on MacDougal Street in the Greenwich Village.