I probably don’t need to tell you how much there is to do and to eat in Manhattan. I also probably don’t need to tell you about things like Times Square and Broadway, so I’ll do my best to make this interesting.
A Visitor’s Guide To Long Island, NY
No matter how much I travel and move, Long Island will forever be my home. I love the way you can spend one day on an isolated beach and the next in the second largest city in the world. You can celebrate all four seasons. You experience every kind of culture, and with it every kind of food – but especially Italian. Really good Italian. Continue reading “A Visitor’s Guide To Long Island, NY”
The Hamptons, Montauk & Eastern Long Island
Everyone who I’ve ever taken to Long Island in the history of ever has wanted me to take them to the Hamptons for a day.
I have lived on Long Island for all 20 years of my life (except for time spent in college) and until recently, Brooklyn was by-far my least explored part of New York. In fact, it was the only borough of New York that I hadn’t been to more than once.
Hi friends. I have a post for all of Long Island here, but as West Babylon is my hometown I thought it only fair to have one representing my favorite places to go when I’m home. These places are all within the Town of Babylon, but mostly West Babylon and Babylon Village.