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Fort Tilden Positioned on Rockaway Peninsula, Fort Tilden—part of Gateway National Recreation Area—offers a mixture of decommissioned military structures and reclaimed natural areas, including some of the most beautiful beaches (un-lifeguarded) in New York that are perfect for walking or fishing. Tours and other ranger-led programs highlight many great spots to see wildlife in the maritime forest, along the Atlantic shore, and near the fort's freshwater pond. The observatory deck on top of Battery Harris East, a historic gun site, offers dramatic 360-degree panoramic views of Jamaica Bay and New York Harbor, and is a great vantage point from which to spot migrating birds. Listen to stories about hawking in Fort Tilden and other national park sites around Jamaica Bay from national park ranger and naturalist Dave Taft. Problems using the player? The former fort is now home to two local non-profit organizations which have transformed abandoned military buildings into a haven for the arts.

Paris, photo, déco, mode, tendances, humeurs et caetera 1 an pile, et j’étais à Hong Kong. Ma première fois en Asie. Cette ville est juste démente. Ce mélange d’extrême modernité et de traditions d’un autre temps. Une énergie comme à NYC. Mais en tellement plus grand, plus fou ! Il faut absolument que j’y retourne pour la simple et bonne raison que je n’ai pas profité comme j’aurais du : 1er trimestre de grossesse, les odeurs, la nourriture, tout ça, tout ça, tu vois. J’ai découvert Marrakech en express. (Et en attendant de développer mes pellicules, je suis navrée je n’ai que ces photos sous la main). • Al Fassia Aguedal Il existe plusieurs restaurants de cette enseigne, mais celui-ci a le plus joli cadre. • Al Jawda Dans le quartier de Guéliz, se trouve, encore une fois conseillée par nos hôtes (et le chauffeur de taxi était d’accord !) • Toujours à Guéliz, un déjeuner s’impose au Grand Café de la Poste pour le charme de l’endroit. • Petit café sympathique dans le quartier de l’Hivernage : L’extrablatt. Pour sortir, deux adresses :

foXnoMad New York Restaurant Reviews – Immaculate Infatuation English Text To Speech Dave's New York: Workwear, Outerwear, Footwear and Military clothing Morning by Foley » Blog Archive » New York, côté bonnes adresses Aller c’est le moment de partager avec vous les adresses resto et shopping que j’ai fait à NYC. Vous verrez que beaucoup sont des adresses qu’on l’on trouve déjà un peu partout sur le web, j’en ai pioché beaucoup dans les excellents guides de Nanikaa et Éléonore Bridge . Ça sera aussi l’occasion de vous montrer 2-3 petites choses achetées dans ces boutiques. J’espère que ça vous donnera envie d’essayer ces endroits lors de vos prochains voyages là bas! Il y a tant de restaurants et de lieux de perditions shoppings que je sais qu’il est dur de tout faire. Pas mal de lieux où je suis déçue de ne pas être allée, notamment Soba-ya (recommandé par Nanikaa) ou encore Fred Flare . Pour un brunch délicieux dans un cadre absolument adorable (à l’image de leur site internet). ••• Penelope 159 Lexington Avenue (à l’angle de la 30th St) Pour le petit déj, un café, un jus d’orange frais, un bagel au cream cheese, dans un coffee typiquement du coin (NYU, la fac, n’est pas loin).

NYC Guide: How to flag a cab For anyone who doesn't know, here are five easy steps to flagging a taxi... 1. Step into the street. 2. 3. 4. 5. That's it! (Lego photo by the brilliant Christoph Niemann; cab photos by Joseph O. My English Blog | English Lessons and Resources for Students and Teachers. Greenmarket Farmers Markets Greenmarket was founded in 1976 with a two-fold mission: to promote regional agriculture by providing small family farms the opportunity to sell their locally grown products directly to consumers, and to ensure that all New Yorkers have access to the freshest, most nutritious locally grown food the region has to offer. What began over three decades ago with 12 farmers in a parking lot on 59th Street and 2nd Avenue in Manhattan has now grown to become the largest and most diverse outdoor urban farmers market network in the country, now with 54 markets, over 230 family farms and fishermen participating, and over 30,000 acres of farmland protected from development.

NYC Guide: Five great hotels People always ask us where they should stay when visiting New York. So, here are five great places... 1. The rooms at the Larchmont Hotel aren't super charming (think: Best Western), but they're clean, comfortable and cheap. (You can get a double room for less than $150, even on a weekend!) You also have to share a bathroom with the people staying on your hall. 2. 3. 4. 5. Spill the beans: Where do you guys stay when visiting New York? (Top image layout by HipHipGinGin for Cup of Jo.

Learning with the News! 15 Resources, Web Tools, and Apps – American TESOL Institute One way to get students to enhance their English skills is by having them read or listen to current events. Several websites report the news at a level your language learners will be able to understand. These websites also have quizzes, writing activities, listening exercises, and games to accompany the articles. Your students will be able to make a real connection to the stories, which are happening now. To learn more about integrating technology to support English language learners, attend our free Friday webinars. Recommended Web Tools Other Resources Primary Resources has various lesson plans to encourage journalistic writing and news writing.Creating Newspapers in the Classroom is a ScoopIt of resources and examples of student newspapers. Check out the Teaching with Technology Certification course we offer online. Live TESOL webinars are presented every Friday at 4 PM EST or New York time with Shelly Terrell.

Russ and Daughters NYC Guide: My 10 favorite shops One of the great things about visiting a new city is wandering around, getting lost and discovering things for yourself. For example, you head to Soho, Nolita, the West Village, Williamsburg, you'll find tons of great boutiques. That said, here are 10 amazing stores not to miss... 1. John Derian (East Village) might be my favorite design store of all time. His signature decoupage plates and paperweights feature flowers, frogs, ships and gorgeous typography, and the shop feels like an elegant aunt's Parisian apartment, filled with striped rugs, scented candles, cheeky art books, woodblock prints and colorful quilts. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. A few more to look out for: The Brooklyn Flea is the raddest flea market ever, and Kiosk has an awesome concept. My lovelies, what stores do you go to in New York? (Top image graphic design by HipHipGinGin for Cup of Jo.

Very good guide to walk around by audrey Sep 6

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