Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Three Spontaneous Vacations to Take This Weekend


When the calendar flips to July, every American starts their Independence Day preparation. With school letting out and all of the summer camp organization, it can be easy to forget about 4th of July plans.

If you're still looking for some last minute vacation ideas for the summer, try out some of our favorite spots»

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Washington D.C
What better to place to celebrate the birth of our nation than the nation's capital? It's about 225 miles from New York City and if you leave at a good time, you can be there in about 4.5 hours with light traffic. The great thing about Washington D.C is that a lot of the tourist attractions are actually free to the public. Whether an art or historical museum is something you crave, there is a good chance it is free of charge. Here are some of the most popular museums in the area: 
Newport, Rhode Island 
If your familiar with the Vanderbilt family, you know this was one of their favorite places to go on summer vacation. The natural cliffs looking over the sea are breathtaking and the Cliff Walk is every outdoors couple's dream. Their beaches overlook the Rhode Island sound and they are generally very clean and inviting!

Cape May, New Jersey
With about a 3.5 drive from New York City, you can make it to one of New Jersey's most desirable locations. Cape May is the oldest seashore resort and a great place to relax and enjoy summer with your family. The beaches are known for having 'diamonds' or polished quartz that is super fun for the kids to hunt down and collect. Check out all that Cape May has to offer, here!

From all of us here at PTRC, we hope you enjoy your Fourth of July weekend!

And remember, if you have any questions about the tax grievance process, we would be more than happy to help! Just call (516)/(631) 484-0654 or email us at info@ptrc.com and one of our friendly customer service representatives will point you in the right direction. 

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