New York, a city many says is “never sleep,” is now empty due to the coronavirus epidemic. I was in midtown Manhattan. And I’ve seen something I’ve never seen before.
Grand Central Station / 42nd street
There are no tourists in the city, I have seen very few pedestrians and a few cars only. Even – and here’s the big word – find a parking lot! This is simply unimaginable. This is a must-see, and, of course, for a journalist has a duty to show. Read More →
Vacation on the ocean coast. Daytona Beach is one of the most popular vacation destination in the USA. Some pictures of the beach, the resort center, the second tallest lighthouse in the US, so the places which the tourists are visiting. Read More →
As a tourist, I was in Orlando. I have not been to any place where tourists go to Orlando. I didn’t see the famous sights, I just traveled through the city. So the tourist is taking pictures. Just a few clicks from the city and the airport. Read More →
I was a tourist and visited the Kennedy Space Center in Merritt Island, Florida. Unfortunately, I was not lucky. There was a storm, it was raining, all day. But a tourist is a tourist, especially if the camera is in his hand. So I took some photos… Read More →
There are plenty of museums in New York. There is one, which is extremely important to the public relations profession. This is the Public Relations Museum. The editor of CCO Magazine visited the museum and discovered some items related to Hungary. Read More →
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