The Big Apple still has bite
Although New York may no longer offer the exclusivity of old, there are still some eye-catching must-haves to be found in its beauty havens
I’m just back from my biennial jaunt to the Big Apple, and withdrawal symptoms are setting in. Anyone who frequents this town will know of its boomerang-like effect. You can’t tire of the place. But the nature of my trips have changed in recent years.
What was once an adrenalin- fuelled, elbow-bashing shopping haul (requiring several empty suitcases and entire days spent at miserably decorated outlet malls) has simmered down to...
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