The Statue of Liberty & The Empire State Building

Our last full day in New York City began with the news that Trump had announced a partial government shutdown…All together now…🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄🙄 A partial government shutdown occurs when the government suspends all non-essential operations. Essential operations including hospital staff, FBI agents and airport security are required to work unpaid, meaning they have…

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Five of the Best London Evening Experiences

London, the Capital City and the dream for many. Living up North, I don’t visit London as often as I would like to. Train prices are on the rise…again…and it’s already cheaper to book a flight to Spain than it is to jump on a two-hour train down South. So…

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A Rainy Day in New York City

Waking up on our second full day in NYC, we were greeted by lashings of rain and a flood warning on my iPhone. Living in Manchester, I’m used to the rain, so it certainly wasn’t going to stop us from exploring. We started our day with a TV & movie…

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NYC TV & Movie Tour with On Location Tours

New York City is the most filmed loction in the world, with thousands and thousands of TV shows and movies being made every single year. It’s a $5 billion a year business with 100,000 employees annually, with the power of TV and movie entertaining and changes people’s lives daily.  On…

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Mean Girls on Broadway

On a drizzly night towards the end of December in New York City, I weaved my way through the bright lights of the Theatre District to West 52nd Street, home of the August Wilson Theatre. The blonde wig was on, which could only mean one thing…it was time for Mean Girls.…

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