Known for its historic homes and waterfront views, the quiet neighborhood of Douglaston, Queens, has quite a few secrets to uncover.
Go inside the Grolier Club, established during the Gilded Age for bibliophiles. The club fosters an appreciation of book arts with several exhibits per year.
Lovely little English country-side town with a monthly arts and crafts market.
The Passage du Prado is unlike any other arcade in Paris. It’s not perfect, not museumified and it’s not trying to recreate the ambience of another century. It’s grungy, a little run-down and filled with restaurants and shops.