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Virtual Tour of Victorian Flatbush with Jeremy Wilcox

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The Corona virus crisis have forced many of us to think outside of the box. Many tour guides have ventured into Youtube videos, LIVE sessions from Facebook and Instagram and webinars. I’ll be hosting a webinar myself on April 6, 2020 (read more about that in Danish here) and Jeremy Wilcox, of Custom Tours NYC…

Why New York, Ryan Brix?

Did you enjoy getting to know Jeremy Wilcox, Jared Goldstein, Ben Wagenberg and Sara Lyons? Next up is a friend of mine who I find absolutely brilliant: Ryan Brix. His encyclopedic knowledge mixed with sense of humor means he’s NOT a ‘dry and boring’ tour guide. He volunteers and spends most of the winter abroad exploring and…

Black Friday sale on our Las Vegas and New York tours

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It only happens once a year … Our big sale where you can save 30% on our private sightseeing tours in New York or Las Vegas. You have to book and pay by the end of November 30, 2019 but the discount can be applied to all bookings for the rest of 2019 and all…

Why New York, Ben Wagenberg?

Did you enjoy getting to know Jeremy Wilcox and Jared Goldstein? I enjoyed reading their answers to my questions. Both awesome guides, Natives New Yorkers. Don’t worry – there’s several non-natives New Yorker guides coming up. Like myself. The next featured guide will be Ben Wagenberg. Ben and I are former collegaues and when I…

Why New York, Jared Goldstein?

Did you enjoy getting to know Jeremy Wilcox a little bit? I hope you did. The next person and talented tour guide I’ll focus on in this series of asking professional, licensed tour guides  the question: Why New York? will be Jared Goldstein! I have not personally experienced one of his tours, but he is…

Why New York, Jeremy Wilcox?

A couple of days ago I asked my network of licensed NYC tour guides to answer a couple of questions about their relationship to New York City. The questions are not neccesarily indepth but I am hoping it’ll throw a little light over the personalities behind the title of “NYC Tour Guide”. I am all…

Bonbon – A Swedish Candy Co.

“Do you have salt licorice?” – I asked with hesitance after being welcomed into the not-yet opened candy store on 130 Allen Street in Lower East Side. I had been invited inside by the two gents, Selim and Robert when I passed by and stopped for a second as I saw the words Swedish candy…

Freestyle Pass New York

**This blogpost contains affiliate links. We will receive a small percentage of sales in commission which we are thankful for! One way of saving money on attractions while traveling in the USA is to buy a ‘pass’ or ‘card’. There’s multiple options which we’ll cover over the…