Another classic Frugal Traveler post over at the NY Times has visitors of this great city taking on full Friday, Saturday and Sunday adventures for just $100 (that’s $40 in food, $30 in culture, $20 in subway fares, and $10 for drinks—you’ll need to find a free place to crash to make this work for just $100).
One of my favorite take-aways from the post—pay-what-you-wish admission at the Guggenheim every Saturday afternoon from 5:45 to 7:45. Genius! After my last (and first) trip to the Guggs, I’ve decided that this beautifully built building is definitely one of my favorite museums in the city. And to be able to see it for $1? I may be a jaded New Yorker, but even this has me excited.
Whether you live in this great city or not, the post has some fabulous ideas for totally cheap places to hang and eat and drink.
Bis bald, my friends! Tomorrow, a New Years Eve Eve post looking back on my own personal year of travel…
Oh, and one last thing. If you’re bored, head on over to AOL Travel News to read my first travel post for them.