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Where to Go Winter Fishing on Long Island Comments Off on Where to Go Winter Fishing on Long Island

Where to Go Winter Fishing on Long Island

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Just because the winter is here, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy what all of Long Island has to offer. There isn’t a lot of charter boat fishing in Nassau County, but the boats in Freeport and Point Lookout happen to be open all year round. Despite the cold temperatures, there’s plenty of fish in the sea! Unfortunately, striper season has just come to an end. However, bluefish, weakfish, Atlantic cod, haddock and mackerel are in season all year long. Black sea bass and porgy are in season until December 31. And you’re not going to catch any of the big fish standing on land. So bundle up and get ready to head out to sea with the best charter boats out of Freeport and Point Lookout. Charter Boats Winter fishing on Long Island almost wouldn’t be possible without charter boats. Even those who have their own boats have trouble keeping up with all the winter maintenance, so they end up storing them away. So every now and then when you feel like having fresh fish for dinner, hop on a charter boat for the catch of the day. Our favorite charter company out of Freeport is the Captain Lou Fleet, this fleet is one of the few who braves...

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New Years Eve on Long Island: Ring in the New Year! Comments Off on New Years Eve on Long Island: Ring in the New Year!

New Years Eve on Long Island: Ring in the New Year!

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Almost every year the holiday season has us scrambling last minute to get everything together. So, when New Years Eve comes around we’re lost on what to do. But this year you can get ahead of the game. Know your options of all the events for New Years Eve on Long Island before you’re stuck going to a distant cousin’s house and have to listen to their kids play with noisemakers all night. All Island Transportation has a list of the best places for New Years Eve on Long Island. Dress to impress, toast with champagne and enjoy a midnight kiss with someone special. 2015 only comes once, so have a blast welcoming it. Places to be for New Years Eve on Long Island There’s tons of events going on for New Years Eve on Long Island but with About.com, we have some of the hot spots.   Glen Cove Mansion Hotel Drink, eat and dance at the Glen Cove Mansion Hotel. For $165 a person you could enjoy a three-course meal, cocktail hour, open bar, dance party and champagne toast at midnight. Ring in the New Year from 8 pm to 1 am or spend the night at the Glen Cove Mansion Hotel. Enjoy a delicious breakfast for...

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Theatre at Westbury Events Comments Off on Theatre at Westbury Events

Theatre at Westbury Events

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You might think that in order to see a great show you’ll have to travel to the city. To be fair they do have some great events, but so does Nassau County. Long Island’s own Theatre at Westbury has some must-see events featuring awesome musicians, comedians, speakers and more! There are always Theatre at Westbury events, you just have to take the time to look. To make it easier, All Island Transportation has a list of some of the hottest events coming up. It’s also a great idea for some early Christmas presents! Explore what the events have to offer. What to See Our very own Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo will be at the Theatre at Westbury for two nights! From Dec. 19-20, Theresa Caputo will be speaking about her life as a medium and even doing some readings of audience members. Come see her big personality (and hair) for one of these can’t miss Theatre at Westbury events! Legend Kenny Rogers is coming to the Theatre at Westbury on Dec. 23. Expect him to sing Christmas classics with special guest Linda Davis. Rogers’ Christmas & Hits Through the Years Tour is sure to be one of the best theatre at Westbury events to end 2014. Get in...

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Great Holiday Gift Certificate Comments Off on Great Holiday Gift Certificate

Great Holiday Gift Certificate

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The holidays are just around the corner, and as it gets nearer, we all find ourselves wondering what gifts to get who. While many people opt for a traditional gift, like clothes, plenty of us look to buy our loved ones practical gifts that will actually come in handy. When you think of gifts that serve a purpose, you might think of appliances or household items, but what about something that’ll help them get around in their day-to-day activities? What about a holiday gift certificate? All Island Transportation has great holiday gift certificates. Transportation is crucial for everyone, no matter how old you are, because we all have things to do, places to go, and people to see. However, sometimes we do not have the means of getting there. An All Island Transportation holiday gift certificate can benefit someone without a car or license or someone who just likes to go out and have fun. If your loved ones are senior citizens, it’s likely that they may have stopped driving. Many seniors who decide to give up driving, wind up relying on friends and family to get them around.  But in doing so often feel like they’ve given up some of their independence. All Island can help seniors be...

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Holiday Office Party Do’s and Don’ts Comments Off on Holiday Office Party Do’s and Don’ts

Holiday Office Party Do’s and Don’ts

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‘Tis the season for holiday office parties! Whether you like it or not, it’s coming and it’s kind of customary to go. Thanks to the help of Business Insider, All Island Transportation has some do’s and don’ts to help you get through the party without turning into the office gossip. Holiday Office Party Do’s It is important to remember that although it has the word “party” in the title, it also has the word “office”. So you want to act appropriately as if you would at a formal event, not bar crawling with your buddies. Take our advice and follow this list. Do watch your alcohol intake: This is very important because you don’t want to be the one that gets sick in front of your boss. It’s best to think that a holiday office party is not the place to test your limits. You might even have to work the next day. Try to limit your drinks and eat before the party. Whether or not there will be food, a full stomach will absorb the alcohol better. Do dress properly: Dress to impress while staying conservative and work-like. Do reach out to those you are not too familiar with: This is a great opportunity to branch out and...

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