How I’d Plan My Perfect Break to New York

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Guest post by Tracey Whiteley

My husband and I often dream about a trip to New York. We’d plan for us, what would be a once in a life time experience and create as many wonderful memories as possible in the time that we had there. We’d make getting there a doddle, by taking a direct flight from Manchester Airport and we’d love to stay at the beautiful 4 star Intercontinental New York Times Square hotel. With excellent reviews on trip advisor and well positioned (as its name suggests) right on Times Square, it looks and sounds simply perfect.

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With so many wonderful sights to take in from the positive madness in Times Square, that we’ve only currently been lucky enough to read about, we’d make sure we had a camera with a never ending memory with us to take plenty of snaps of the colourful area that we’d be lucky enough to call ‘home’ whilst on our short break.

To see Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway would be a definite must! We’d book top price tickets to make sure we had the best seats in the theatre and take in every lasting detail from this magnificent show and no doubt spend the rest of the evening humming and singing the mesmerizing songs from the show.

A day of shopping is on my list! Including a visit to Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s and not forgetting Tiffany & Co. where a treat to treasure forever would be purchased! I’d love a romantic walk in Central Park and without a doubt we’d have to visit the iconic Statue of Liberty!

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However we also wouldn’t return home without having paid our respects to where the twin towers once stood – an experience we can’t begin to imagine will leave us feeling, but one that couldn’t be left undone.

Now all we need to do is get this dream booked up and become a glorious memory of our lives forever!

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