I've been meaning to take some pictures when I go into Manhattan, but somehow, I just keep leaving my camera at home! The only post I've written that relates to New York City was called Connecting the Dots of Lifelong Learning, which was inspired by the piecing together of a puzzle of Times Square.
Since many of us may be looking for ways to keep our children busy during their time off from school this month, I figured it was a good time to share Sandra Foyt's Manhattan adventures.
Sandra lives in the Albany area, but visits the city regularly with her children. At her Albany Kid blog, she writes about fun things she does with her family. Many of the activities take place in the Capital region of New York, so if you're heading up to Albany, you'll want to check it out.
In the meantime, though, if you're going to be visiting New York City, there's a lot of helpful information and guidance within each of these posts:
- A World Tour Day Trip to New York City: United Nations, NBC Studio Tour, Nintendo World, and Chinatown
If you'd like to add anything about your own experiences in New York City, please feel free to do so! And if you're celebrating a religious holiday within the next couple of weeks, have a great one.
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