New York City Tour
Paradoxically, to round out any New York City tour, a traveler must push himself upstate, if even if to understand the remarkable nuances between the bustle of the big city and the charm of the rustic town. Once you have conquered the basics of the New York City tour, like the looming Empire State Building and the streets of Soho, branch out a little and jump on the Metro-North train up to Westchester County. Nestled on the eastern bank of the Hudson River lies beautiful Briarcliff Manor, a village with singular shops, restaurants to rival any in the Big Apple and brick walks that slither through the historic town. The New York City tour could be even more neatly completed with a relaxed stay in a Briarcliff Manor inn or bed-and-breakfast. The careful, friendly attention, the warm atmosphere and the comfy accommodations will surly send you are your way in upstate style!