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Recent USA reviews

  • Ski trip

    "Great location. Close to walking trails for the dog and shopping, and near bus routes for getting to Breckenridge and Copper ski resorts. Plenty of room for 4 of us and the dog. Layout is ideal with two bedrooms and bath on lower level for guests/kids, middle living area and upstairs master and office area. Townhouse is well maintained and equipped and owner is easy to work with. We hope to return."
    Guest: Barb Date of Stay: February 2015 Review Submitted: March 27, 2015
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  • awesome place

    "This was an awesome place for our "homebase" during our trip to Nashville. It was easy to find. Everything was just as it was advertised. Clean, comfortable beds, and close to everything. Probably the only downside was that it is located right on the highway. The traffic started early in the morning, so for light sleepers, it probably isn't a good fit. The showers were luxurious. I would recommend this place for anyone for a getaway."
    Guest: The Troll Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 29, 2014
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  • Incredible Family Trip

    "My family and I could not have been happier with this place! It was gorgeous, clean, conveniently located, and more than accommodating. Jim, the owner, was an absolute pleasure to work with in sorting out the details of our trip. He went out of his way to ensure our comfort and made us feel very welcome. The 2 sided fireplace was well used, with plenty of firewood on the front porch. The house is extremely spacious and well equipped with a strong wifi signal and cable TV. From the moment we pulled up to the front of the house, we didn't want to leave! We came in March, hoping to see some snow. And on our first day, 3 hours after we arrived, it started snowing! Cataloochie Ski is about a mile away and Tube World is literally right across the street. The neighborhood looks like something out of a Norman Rockwell painting, absolutely breathtaking, as are the views off the balcony. We are already planning our next trip to this house and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to vacation in Maggie Valley!!"
    Guest: Dan Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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  • conventient, immaculate

    "Our second stay at Ginger Hale was as agreeable as our first. In addition to being clean and comfortable, there was attention to small details which made everything easy. We were welcomed with a lovely fruit bowl which included a very delicious pineapple. There were small night lights, a hairdryer, soap for the laundry, all making it a snap to set up housekeeping. On this trip there was no need of the AC, as it was breezy, but it's good to know that it's there for the summer months. Of course, easy access to the amazing beach is a real highlight. Mahalo, Suzy."
    Guest: kate Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 24, 2015
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New York Travel Tips

New York is a hub of culture, history, diversity and excitement.

New York City is made up of five boroughs: Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, while the rest of the upstate region is made up of different cities, town and suburbs. Manhattan and Staten Island are islands off the state’s mainland and accessed through tunnels, bridges and ferries.

Getting around New York is a breeze with an intricate yet user-friendly public transit system as well as the famous yellow taxis. In the city centers, walking is a great way to move around while still experiencing the sights and sounds of the different areas. However, car rentals may be need for those who exploring attractions upstate in areas like the Finger Lakes.

Things to do in New York

Broadway: A trip into Manhattan isn’t complete without taking in a show on the “Great White Way.” Considered the hub of theater in the U.S., Broadway is home to some of the best musical and acting productions in the world.

Cooperstown: Baseball fans won’t want to miss the opportunity to visit Cooperstown, which is not too far from Albany. This area is recognized as the shrine of baseball, and with its small-town charm and stellar views of the countryside, it’s definitely worth the visit. It’s the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum as well as the Fenimore Art Museum and the Glimmerglass Opera. After a pickup baseball game, check out the local cultural attractions for a full day of fun.

Staten Island Ferry: Traveling between Manhattan and Staten Island best done aboard the famous Staten Island ferries. With service between St. George and Whitehall Street, it not only transports people between boroughs, but also delivers stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, New York Harbor, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Along your journey, you can explore the unique attractions each borough has to offer.

Ellis Island: One of the most famous historical sites associated with freedom is New York’s Ellis Island. Situated in Upper New York Bay, Ellis Island was the gateway for millions of immigrants coming to America during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The island is also home the the Statue of Liberty, which was usually the first thing immigrants saw when they came off of the boats. Ellis Island houses a museum of immigration where visitors can learn all about the island’s history and even trace their own ancestral roots.

Central Park: No trip to the Big Apple is complete without a walk through Central Park. This public space opened in 1857 and is situated in the center of this borough. The park is the perfect location for a relaxing stroll or a lovely lunchtime picnic. Enjoy a friendly game of frisbee or hop in the saddle and take a horseback ride through the North Woods - you might actually forget you are in the country's biggest metropolis! Providing stunning visuals in all four seasons, Central Park is the perfect place to experience some greenery and nature in the middle of concrete and skyscrapers.

Niagara Falls: Niagara Falls is best seen from the Maid of the Mist, a boat cruise ferrying visitors right alongside the rapids. You can also experience the falls from Prospect Park Point walkways. It’s quite a sight to witness this majestic natural attraction in person. After a visit to the falls themselves, you can spend some time exploring the rest of Niagara Falls State Park, hiking around trails or taking a trolley ride and experiencing a guided tour to learn all about the park.

Duckwalk Vineyards: New York is full of successful wineries, such as Duckwalk Vineyards. With two locations in Southampton and Long Island, this winery has truly made its place. On the North Fork of Long Island, 30 acres of sauvignon grapevines grow, waiting for harvest. It’s also the perfect location for a wine tasting while visiting the wine trail.

Shopping and Dining in New York

Macy’s: Manhattan is home to the famous Macy’s flagship store, which opened in 1924. It became the world’s largest department store. Head to the corner of 34th Street and Herald Square to do some shopping here and feel a part of history.

Woodbury Common: With more than 220 stores, Woodbury Common is one of the largest outlet shopping centers in the world and certainly worth a trip. With such an array of shops, you’re sure to find anything you’re looking for here.

Jack’s Oyster House: For almost 100 years, this family-owned restaurant has been serving up hungry patrons giant porterhouse steaks and fresh seafood dishes with a French twist. With elegant decor and an interesting history, this is one eatery in Albany you can't miss.

Sardi’s: Before taking in a show, eat a Sardi’s, an eatery considered the toast of Broadway. Located in the heart of the Theater District, Sardi’s is the birthplace of the Tony Aways, and caricatures of celebrities adorn the wall.

Chinatown: For an authentic Chinese meal, head to New York’s Chinatown. Boasting the largest influence of Chinese heritage in the western hemisphere, this is the place to get handmade noodles and dim sum. Explore the different shops and attractions in Chinatown to really feel immersed in this culture.

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