- Producer30/11/2016Cooking Seafood Paella with Lolo Manso and Raul Cob SOCARRAT New YorkIn New York you now have a place to try the authentic paella.Ask Raul Cob, Chef Valenciano an authentic socarrat.En Nueva York, teneis ahora un local donde probar la autentica paella.Pedir a Raul Cob,Chef Valenciano un autentico socarrat. ...
- 20/11/2016@Matt Sweetwood I didn't know this ! Hub Calatrava's World Trade Center transit terminal ! Santiago Calatrava is one of top spanish architects ! spanish creativity in New Yorl !Santiago Calatrava’s Transit Hub Is a Soaring Symbol of a Boondogglewww.nytimes.com The hub, opening Thursday, gives the city an Instagram-ready attraction and the most expensive train station...
Comments21/11/2016 #1 Matt SweetwoodYou know, people like to talk badly about this facility. But I have to say it is stunning, functional and an amazing addition to Lower Manhattan. It's a fitting way to give the middle finger to the terrorists who took down the WTC on that spot. In America we are builders and I am thrilled to hear it was a Spanish Architect who did it! The design is brilliant. I shall tour you around next visit since much has changed since you were last here. The problem with the facility is the government / union control of the construction which went billions over budget.. They should have let Trump build it. He builds on time and under budget; HAHAHA
Comments18/11/2016 #2 David B. GrinbergI love the virtual tour, Virag. Moreover, you present a very positive and inspirational message. You know what they say about NY: If you can make it there, you can make it anywhere!" God Bless the Big Apple.
My inspirational city is Washington, DC. The National Mall and historic monuments provide innate beauty. The monuments, Capitol Bldg, and White House and Embassy Row are also inspirational considering their history and architecture. If you like art, history and culture, there are museums galore. If you like the performing arts and live entertainment, there's The Kennedy Center (my personal favorite, lot's of ballet), National Theater, Lincoln Theater (where he was assassinated), and more. There's also a thriving jazz scene on U Street and the Adams Morgan area, which is popular with the younger crowd. And, of course, good bars and top restaurants featuring international cuisine. Sounds like an ideal place for a beBee office! Where better than the USA's capital (after NYC and Silicon Valley).
cc: @Javier beBee @Matt Sweetwood
Comments16/11/2016 #15 Wayne YoshidaThank you for being a great host Virag! Great questions and comments and responses from Matt and John. Great to see Javier pop in, too.
I fixed my settings and hopefully will have a better experience next time.
Thanks to the several folks who tried to let me know. I was working on another project at the same time. Not that easy . . . .
- 03/11/2016This is a great resource for families living in the Rochester, NY area!FEATURED EVENTSrochester.kidsoutandabout.com Calendar of events, classes, and camps for kids, teens, and families in the Rochester area, plus lists of birthday parties, play centers, performing arts, special needs resources, and more. Places to take kids in winter, spring, summer, and...
- 04/10/2016@Matt Sweetwood shared a beautiful message on @Kristen Begley's buzz titled "Gratitude." Her buzz is wonderful, check it out. His message was an added bonus. Matt reminds us all to be grateful for what we have, not what we lack. Matt reminds us that we all experience hard times and if we can just focus on what we are grateful for, life does fall into place as it should. The video was shot in Battery Park, NCY- I have to say, the view was astounding. Loved the sunset Matt and yes, I saw the rainbow!! Your message put a smile on my face.On Gratitude Matt on the importance of being grateful & some New York City...
Comments04/10/2016 #7 David B. GrinbergSpectacular buzz @Matt Sweetwood, from one sunset lover to another (and native NYer). I salute YOU and your profound, impactful message. Moreover. I reiterate that we should ALL adopt an "Attitude of Gratitude." Life is too short to be unhappy, grumpy and complaining all the time. Rather, see the proverbial glass half full, not half empty. Focus on the positive and accentuate the positive. Remember the big picture cosmic perspective (works for me): the vast and expanding universe is reportedly 14 BILLION years old, while the average human life span is 75-80 years-old in the USA. Thus, please ponder this quote by Albert Einstein: "There are only two ways to live your life: One as though nothing is a miracle. The other is though everything is a miracle." Choose wisely.
Be(bee) grateful for beBee and the wonderful interactions it allows us to enjoy (for free, no less). Lastly, per Matt's message, for those bees and others who might be struggling through challenging times, remember this saying: It's always darkest before the dawn."
As noted, remember this refrain from the Book Psalms: "This is the day that the Lord hath made. I shall rejoice and be glad in it."
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- 26/09/2016Hi! I'm going to New York for Christmas. Do you have suggestions on what to do for New Year's? Perhaps go to Times Square. I'd like to know all the interesting places to visit. 😊 Thanks bees!!!masviajesbaratos.net
- @Juan Imaz and me , in the yankees stadium
- 29/08/2016beBee welcomes @Matt Sweetwood to our Madrid office!
- 23/08/2016Has anyone ever stayed in the Whiteface Mountain area of NY? My brother has been posting pics and it looks beautiful. I'm thinking my husband (more than me) needs a long weekend and this might be a great get away. Let me know if you've been here.. curious to hear? cc: @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, this can't be too far from you?? Image is courtesy of Google Images.
Comments23/08/2016 #3 John Valledor@Lisa Gallagher I have been to Whiteface Mountain. The scenery is terrific. May I be so bold as to suggest that if you're seriously thinking about vacationing in the North Country, consider my home state of New Hampshire and the White Mountains. Not that far from upstate New York.
In fact, I would recommend visiting in mid-October when the iconic leaves turn to a majestic pallet of red-yellow-gold-green colors. No wonder northern New England attract so many "leaf peepers" from all over the country that time of year.
If you seriously consider my suggestion, then visit New Hampshire's Franconia Notch State Park. The area is super scenic with tall granite bluffs (NH is the "Granite State"), crystal clear reflecting lakes, not too far from the largest rock on the East Coast--Mount Washington, and unique terrain carved out by retreating glaciers from our last Ice Age.
Google: The Basin, Flume Gorge, Echo Lake and the Lost River. Trust me, these places are more breath taking in person than on the Internet.
I guarantee that you will find this scenery so awesome, that you'll return. BTW, I'm not in any way associated with NH tourism. I exploit my home state's beauty every weekend with my family.
- 02/08/2016Dedicated to worldwide beBee teams and all Bees who love NYCNew York - Alicia Keys "Empire State of Mind" [OFFICIAL VIDEO] Alicia Keys - New York "Empire State of Mind" OFFICIAL VIDEO Thanks for over 12.000.000...