New York, New York
New York City is one of the most famous, iconic places in the world. With thousands upon thousands of places to discover, the enormity of New York City is part of its particular charm. There are large, well-known spots like Times Square and Central Park that everyone flocks to, but then there are the smaller ones that take much more perseverance and time to discover—a cozy restaurant in Greenwich Village, a used book shop on the Upper West Side, a favorite statue or edifice. One can spend years wandering around the boroughs and have an entirely new experience every day, meeting fascinating new people from all over the world, and experiencing the best in culture, arts, and more. From Tribeca, to SoHo, to The Village, to Chelsea, to the Upper West Side, to the Upper East Side, to Harlem, to Brooklyn.
Ocean City, New Jersey
From the Gardens, to the Southend, America's Greatest Family Resort. The beach in Ocean City stretches for eight miles with beautiful, clean white sand and rolling surf. During the summer months, the beaches are fully staffed with lifeguard posts standing at regular intervals along the shore. These guarded beaches are open from the end of June until the end of summer, although several are open before the start of the peak season. First aid stations and emergency personnel are on hand to make sure everyone has a safe, enjoyable time when they go to the beach.