I've read these two sentences:
1. One of the many advantages of living in New York is that you can eat out at almost any time of day.
2. What are the advantages to having a holiday in the winter?
I wonder when to use "of" and when to use "to". So, Could anyone please help me figure it out?
THANKS for your kind help.
The first sentence is an example on Longman online dictionary site. The second is from my school text book "New Hello" published by Longman too.