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New York City Holidays Off the Beaten Path

Last year, I raced the New York City Marathon which firmly placed the "Big Apple" as one of my true loves as a racing destination. This year I returned to this great city for the fourth time in three years for the Thanksgiving weekend.
My first love, (not Boston) but my wife planned an amazing week and even signed me up for a race in the city we've both grown to love as a getaway. I'll recap the race (briefly,) but thought I would also share some amazing spots you won't necessarily find in the travel brochures. A number of my amazing city highlights;
Drinks in Grand Central Station's Campbell Bar

For those that live in New York City, Grand Central is merely a transportation but, but it has a rich history and a little hideaway bar that re-opened this year. The Campbell Bar was once the office of Railroad magnate John Williams Campbell. My wife booked a reservation (as did many of our stops on this trip) with a cozy little candlelit tabletop amidst an ornate room…

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