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September 21, 2016

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New York City Tours & Sightseeing | M2M Tours – How NYC’s Neighborhoods Got Their Names

How Neighborhoods of Manhattan Got Their Names For an island of only 24 square miles, Manhattan sure has a lot of neighborhoods. Here’s where the names of New York’s most famous ‘hoods came from. Hell’s Kitchen: At one time not so long ago, Hell’s Kitchen lived up to the nightmarish implications of its name—and then some—but the… READ MORE next

September 14, 2015

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New York City Tours & Sightseeing | M2M Tours – Central Park

‘The Lungs’ of New York City – a Beloved Sanctuary from Urban Living I know that it may come as a shock to some, but New York City’s Central Park is not an act of God. Designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, Sr. and Calvert Vaux, swamps were transformed into serene lakes, sparsely vegetated flats were… READ MORE next

August 31, 2015

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New York City Tours & Sightseeing | M2M Tours – The Brownstone

Synonymous with New York City – Archetypal, High-Stooped Townhouses that Line the Streets of its Many Neighborhoods If you’ve ever been to NYC, you’ve probably seen or heard of a “brownstone”. But what exactly is a brownstone? Brownstones occupy a unique place in the New York City psyche, as one of the city’s most prototypical signposts,… READ MORE next

July 31, 2015

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New York City Tours & Sightseeing | M2M Tours – The High Line

One of the Greatest Public Projects in New York City – An Amazing Feat of Urban Planning & Landscape Design   How can anyone stroll along The High Line and not fall in love with it?! Want to know more about one of New York City’s coolest sightseeing adventures? You’re in luck! An elevated freight… READ MORE next

June 30, 2015

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New York City Tours & Sightseeing | M2M Tours – Manhattan’s Horse Stables

A Behind-the-Scene’s Tour of Midtown Manhattan Stables SO! I’m walking across 42nd Street in Midtown Manhattan, on my way home from a tour, and I see what appears to be a truck with bales of hay on it. For a girl that was raised on a dairy farm, this seems totally incongruous – IN A… READ MORE next