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With business slowing down for the upcoming Christmas holiday, now can be the perfect time to take a short break, and so why not do it in style in the Big Apple AKA New York City, which is rapidly becoming the place to be seen in the run up to Christmas. Go online right now and you’ll find travel websites filled to the brim with enticing sex-in-the-city style, New York shopping breaks, where you and your friends can shop in style, (or perhaps until you drop), on 5th Avenue. This is the home of America’s most glamorous department stores, such as Bloomingdales, Chanel, Gucci and Versace. A shopper’s paradise.

Big Apple Big Break But, of course, remember to pack your camera, (or you could just treat yourself to a new one), as New York probably has the highest concentration of resident celebrities of any major city in the world, including none other than Madonna, Barack Obama, (just look for the entourage of security guards and 30 police cars), Al Pacino, Denzel Washington, Nicole Kidman, Leonardo De Caprio, Chris Martin; the list goes on.

A New York break is just on your doorstep. What are you waiting for?

Be careful not to get too starstruck as there is only so much time for celebrity spotting as you have quite a lot of luxury shopping real estate to get through, and so you’ll need to get your walking shoes on.

New York is not the place for the conservative shopper. If you go all the way to New York, expect to be hynoptized into spending big. It’s no surprise really, since you’ll be faced with perhaps the biggest and most enticing selection of designer goods and gifts in the world.

But, spare a little change and save a little energy for after the sun goes down. Remember, New York is the city that never sleeps, and you shouldn’t expect to either. Once the sun sets, why not take in a Broadway show, take in the view from the top of the Empire State Building, or enjoy a New York dining experience.

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January 2015 Issue 2

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January 2015 Issue 2