HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Warwick: Shakespeare in the Park
Standing in line for free tickets to Shakespeare in the Park is a New York City ritual. But hey, if you can skip the line, who’s arguing? Enter Warwick Escapes — NYC Culture Package: breakfast buffet for two, free WiFi and four tickets to Shakespeare in the Park. Or bump it up to the Summer Romance Package and add a Zabars picnic basket (filled, naturally), a Warwick picnic blanket, a map of Central Park and those tickets. Culture packages start at $225 a night, Romance from $325. To learn more...READ ON
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It’s almost birthday time for one big country, and who needs candles when you’ve got fireworks? This year’s July 4th sparklers, courtesy of Macy’s, explode over the East River, shot from barges floating between East 23rd Street and East 34th Street. You can see them from anywhere in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, provided there’s no …READ ON
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