Not your typical American Dream

So here goes the problem of being entitled to only 15 days of vacation. Which in the end, really require careful planning on how to spend these precious 15 days in one year so that every single day won’t go to waste.

For my first major trip this year, I am going for the first time to the United States of America and not for work, but personal travel (I declare deserve this trip). This means, I have to make the trip worth every penny I will spend and every single day counts.

I only have 9 days (excluding my return flight back to Singapore) to spend in San Francisco, Napa Valley, Los Angeles and New York City. I know, it’s impossible. But I will make it work.

Now I need help on what places to visit:

San Francisco – 3 days
Los Angeles – 2 days
Napa Valley – 1 day
New York City – 3 days
Would love to hear from anybody out there!

XOXO

Jhes

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      1. Hi! I’ve lived in Connecticut my entire life, and I have been to NYC more times than I can count on my fingers. My top favorite things to do there is to eat at The Park restaurant (located in Chelsea 118 and 10th avenue), go to Rockefeller Center to see the ice skating rink and also buy a ticket to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and go check out SOHO for their cobblestone streets and great shopping (same stores as 5th avenue and times square but without all the stress and crowds, and 10x prettier) Let me know if you have any questions or want to know more about where to go in NYC!

  1. Hi! I’ve lived in Connecticut my entire life and have been to NYC more times than I can count on my fingers. If you want to know about some non-touristy places, let me know! And the one non-touristy restaurant I recommend is The Park (try to get a seat in the garden area), my friends took me there for my birthday a couple of years ago and I absolutely love it! You definitely want to take pictures in the restaurant, it’s decorated beautifully! It’s located at 118th and 10th Avenue in Chelsea. Also, check out SOHO for their cobblestone streets and great shopping πŸ™‚

  2. Hi! I’ve lived in Connecticut my entire life and I have been to NYC more times than I can count on my fingers. If you would like to know about any popular tourist spots or if you would like to check out some non-touristy places, let me know! I recommend The Park restaurant located at 118th and 10th street in Chelsea, bring your camera since it’s decorated beautifully. Also try to get seating in the garden area. I also recommend checking out Rockefeller Center (my favorite part of the city) to check out the Radio City Rockettes (try to buy a ticket for their Christmas Spectacular if they are still selling tickets) and also check out the ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center. One non-touristy place to go to is SOHO where they have cobblestone streets and is a great place to go shopping!

  3. Hi! I’ve lived in Connecticut my entire life, and I have been to NYC more times than I can count on my fingers. My top favorite things to do there is to eat at The Park restaurant (located in Chelsea 118 and 10th avenue), go to Rockefeller Center to see the ice skating rink and also buy a ticket to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and go check out SOHO for their cobblestone streets and great shopping (same stores as 5th avenue and times square but without all the stress and crowds, and 10x prettier) Let me know if you have any questions or want to know more about where to go in NYC!

  4. Hi! I’ve lived in Connecticut my entire life, and I have been to NYC more times than I can count on my fingers. My top favorite things to do there is to eat at The Park restaurant (located in Chelsea 118 and 10th avenue), go to Rockefeller Center to see the ice skating rink and also buy a ticket to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and go check out SOHO for their cobblestone streets and great shopping (same stores as 5th avenue and times square but without all the stress and crowds, and 10x prettier). For dessert check out Serendipity 3 or Black Tap for awesome milkshakes. Let me know if you have any questions or want to know more about where to go in NYC!

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