+ 1 (800) BOAT-RIDE Reliability. Luxury. Comfort.

Posts in December 2015

Kids 12 and Under Ride Free With Seastreak

  December 11, 2015  //  All Kids 12 and Under Ride Free!, Seastreak Specials

You leave the city and are heading home in bumper-to-bumper traffic when the idea of taking public transportation pops into your head. Then you’re thinking about how the kids will be on the train or having to climb up the crowded Penn Station stairs with people on your heels. We’ve sat outside the Holland Tunnel…

Read More

Light One Candle

  December 9, 2015  //  Menorah Lighting

We’ve taken a lot of time on this blog to write about Christmas. And it is a wonderful holiday, complete with family, togetherness, presents, and lots of spectacular light displays. But today we’re going to take a look at Hanukkah. Head on over to the Brooklyn Grand Army Plaza — which contains a 32’ tall,…

Read More

No Gaffs for Gaffigan

  December 7, 2015  //  Jim Gaffigan at MSG

…or possibly all gaffs, depending on how you interpret his routine. Jim Gaffigan is just that kind of comedian. But gaffs or no, one thing is guaranteed — he’ll make you laugh. He’ll make you cry. The latter probably as a result of laughing too much, although possibly out of pity for the wreck of…

Read More

No Rollers Involved

  December 4, 2015  //  LeFrak Center at Lakeside

…but the ice is just fine! Come on in and join us for an ice skate! New York winters have become synonymous with ice skating. The city has so many rinks that have been made famous by tv and movies, and others that are just as good (if not better) hiding in the wings, ready…

Read More

An Enlightening Tradition

  December 3, 2015  //  Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting

Arguably, the best part of our December/Christmas tradition is the lighting of the tree. Creating lights in the darkness seems to be a common theme at this time of year — Christmas isn’t the only holiday doing it! So anyone who enjoys lights, colors, and warmth can take at least some pleasure from the beauty…

Read More

A Paper Christmas

  December 2, 2015  //  Origami Holiday Tree

When you hear “Christmas tree” or “ornaments” at this time of year, what do you think of? Maybe strings of lights (multi-colored or white, it’s really your preference), or ropes with bells. Maybe popcorn chains or candy canes. Maybe funny little figurines that hang from the branches next to their glass bauble cousins, all underneath…

Read More