Angola isn’t just the name of a country, it’s also a place in New York. If you’ve never been to any of those Angolas, you should make plans to travel to any of them. But if you live in the United States, we suggest that you take a vacation in Angola, New York first and explore it like you would when you’re new to a place.
Angola is known for its vacation homes and you can actually stay in any of luxury homes in the area. We researched on some properties for rent and five-bedroom homes, cottages and studios. The best part is that they give you access to the beach. Rentals range from $1,000 to $2,000 per week.
We think it’s really awesome and beats any hotel stay by a thousand miles. At least you can cook your own food, so you can save on dining cost. More than that, however, you can stay in a place that feels just like home. That said, if you’re planning on vacationing in Angola, New York, you should find some houses for rent. Make sure to compare properties though so you can find the best one.
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Manhattanhenge: The Beauty of the Grid and Sun
Manhattanehnge3New York City was one of the first modern cities to embrace the grid plan. The streets are divided into parallel axes from north to south and then east to west – making it easy to trek across the city using cardinal directions. The lower portion of Manhattan does not follow this grid system (which is why it’s the most common area in which to get lost – even if you live here!)
While the Manhattan grid makes getting around the city considerably easier, the grid also allows for a natural phenomenon twice a year – Manhattanhenge (so dubbed in 2002). Twice a year the full sun aligns perfectly with the Manhattan grid at sunset creating a beautiful sight that attracts more and more viewers and photographers each year. The phenomenon can be viewed by facing west from any street in midtown Manhattan. 42nd street tends to be the most popular, with some folks viewing from as far east as possible to get the full spectrum, and some choosing to go further to the west for a close-up view.
Manhattanhenge1This year Manhattanhenge will happen on May 28th, 29th and 30th around 8:18 PM and July 11th, 12th and 13th at 8:24 PM. The middle dates will always have the most impressive display, with the full sun positioned exactly between two buildings. The surrounding dates will afford you a view of half the sun – still spectacular,Read More: