Monthly Archives: April 2014


Stop Thinking, Start Living 1

You may be wondering why I’m starting off the “Travel Life” series of posts with a bunch of “mental preparation” posts. Well, what’s the point of traveling to foreign places if you never get to enjoy anything? The NY Minute Traveler is supposed to have fun, while actively purging the […]

"The Thinker," an original sculpture by Auguste Rodin. This can actually be seen in the gardens of the Rodin Museum in Paris, France.

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New York State Pavilion: Peace Through Understanding

  The New York State Pavilion has been a mainstay in Flushing Meadow Park. While it has been long abandoned up to the point where many has forgotten its original purpose,it was originally built for the World’s Fair in 1964 that was held in New York. An interesting piece of […]


The Samuel Adams Experience

  In spite of me not being a beer fanatic, I always enjoy sampling different food and drinks (including beverages with or without alcohol) that are unique to a region. In that sense, the Samuel Adams experience is definitely a tour that should be sought by foodies and drink enthusiasts […]

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MLB All-Star/HR Derby Game 2013: The Best of the Best in the Big Apple

I had the privilege of attending the 84th MLB (American professional baseball) All-Star Game with my friend Pedro (follow him on Twitter @Freestyle Chulo or his website, freestylechulo.com). It was certainly a treat for any baseball fans like Pedro and myself because it was the first time that New York […]

The giant flag was part of the opening ceremonies for the 2013 All-Star Game