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ANew York City: I have been to NYC many times~ What is new that I should see/eat?

If you haven't been in previous visits, definitely go to: Shuko​ for an amazing omakase or kaiseki. The new Danny Meyer place, Marta​, for pizza.  Ice & Vice​ for interesting ice cream flavors. See More


APeru: Altitude Illnesses in Peru

I was in Peru this past June to hike the Salkantay Trail and to see Machu Picchu. We arrived in Cusco three days before starting our hike. You should be okay if you just remember to walk slowly and really take it easy. Also, be sure not to eat too much until your body has... See More


ACusco: How long would you stay in Cusco -Peru?

I was in Cusco this past June. We stayed in Cusco for three days to acclimate to the altitude before going on the Salkantay Trek​, which was totally necessary (we also took the anti-altitude sickness medicine, acetazolamide). Just make sure you kind... See More


ANew York City: Looking for a once in a lifetime, unique experience

Check out Sleep no More for interactive theater. Take a tour of Green-Wood Cemetery​. And like one of the other contributors said, just walk through Queens​ along Roosevelt Ave​ — you'll move through all sorts... See More


ANew York City: Favorite "this is where the locals go" restaurants.

More specifics on what type of food or where would make it a little easier to give recommendations. But here are some that are my go-to's or places that I just really like: SriPraPhai​ is the best Thai, but it's in Queens Le Parisien​... See More


ANew York City: Suggestions for Broadway and off-Broadway show

Definitely check out Kinky Boots! Hedwig and the Angry Inch was great, too, but it won't be the same without Neil Patrick Harris.  See More


ANew York City: Is it a good idea to visit NYC in December?

It will probably be a bit cold, but if you're okay with bundling up, there's still plenty you can do. One thing to note is that it's going to be pretty crowded being close to Christmas. On the other hand, you'll get to see lights and decorations around the... See More




   
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