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Monthly Archives: January 2010
Lunt-Fontanne Theatre Midtown West ©luntfontannetheatr e.com An official Broadway theater. Originally named the Globe after Shakespeare's theater. An impressive Beaux-Arts facade survives the recent redesign. Seats 1,415. 49th Street 205 W 46th St, New York, NY (212) 575-9200 Click here … Continue reading
Hotel Ritz Paris 1er ©ritzparis.com The original Ritz. Undeniable prestige and classic opulence throughout, with perhaps the best pool and spa in Paris and a Michelin one star restaurant. opera 15 pl Vendome 01 43 16 30 30 Click here … Continue reading
Metro Pictures Chelsea ©metropicturesgalle ry.com A large space allows for both formal and more abstract presentations of photography from the field's most important living artists. Closed Sunday and Monday. 23rd Street 519 W 24th St, New York, NY (212) 206-7100 … Continue reading
Morgans New York Murray Hill ©morganshotel.com Touted as the first boutique in NY when it opened in 1985, and still modern and stylish today. Stark blacks, whites, and grays dominate the decor and artwork. 33rd Street 237 Madison Ave, New … Continue reading
Chinatown 13e source:istockphoto With a few well-defined Chinatowns in Paris, this area of the 13th was developed first in the late 1970's and now is home to over 150 Chinese restaurants. porte d'ivry 50 ave d'Ivry Click here to see … Continue reading
Mas West Village source:istockphoto Classy, small dining room with rustic touches and a romantic ambiance. The food is imaginative and always changing, with plenty of fresh and local ingredients. Houston Street 39 Downing St, New York, NY (212) 255-1790 Click … Continue reading
Musee de l'Armee 7e ©yogoguide.com Houses the Tomb of Napoleon and the museum of the Army of France. Collections cover the time period from antiquity until the 20th century. invalides 129 rue de Grenelle 01 44 42 38 77 Click … Continue reading
Marche du Temple 3e source:istockphoto One of the oldest covered markets in Paris with numerous shops selling new clothes and leather items at wholesale prices. temple Rue Eugene Spuller Click here to see Marche du Temple on yogoguide's interactive map! … Continue reading
J. Levine Books and Judaica Garment District source:istockphoto The famous purveyor of everything Jewish, started out of a pushcart in 1905, now grown to a large and stunning retail space, helpfully navigated by the staff. 28th Street 5 W 30th … Continue reading