For more than thirty years, the exhibition of model trains has been a favorite Christmas tradition in New York. The correspondent of NapiMagazin (a Hungarian media platform) went to see the exhibition and he could report back to the readers before the exhibition closed.
The Bronx Botanical Garden’s “Holiday Train Show” has been a favorite Christmas holiday tradition in New York City, the big “apple” of the United States, for more than 30 years. The show dazzled visitors from mid-November to mid-January. Read More →
After the outbreak of the Covid 19 epidemic, it is good to move out of the voluntary quarantine home. I was at the New York Opera. The “Metropolitan” is an opera house located on Broadway at Lincoln Square in New York City. Part of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The performance, which I watched Eugene Onegin, composed by Tchaikovsky. I took some pictures of my opera house impressions. Read More →
The correspondent, the photojournalist, is also a man. He also goes on vacation sometimes, but he never leaves his camera at home. I visited Lake George, New York. Lake George is in New York State, in the Adirondack region of mountains and old-growth forest. 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 →
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