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Written by Hudson, USA, June 2011
Once a month, the entire Los Angeles Natural History Museum stays open until 10pm and features live music, exciting scientific discussion and behind-the-scenes curatorial tours. Sounds lame? It’s ...
The idea of spending big money and celebrating like an animal is
often not what we have in mind when we want a vacation. Oftentimes what
we want is more of a relaxing experience by the pool and a ...
Written by Sherry Ott, September 2012
When I discovered the Viator VIP: Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and 9/11 Memorial
I decided it was time to really see my city’s landmarks. After all, New
York City is all about ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2012
A good way to explore any local culture is to attend events which the locals themselves attend. Hawaii’s ARTafterDARK is one such event. If you find yourself lost and looking for some way of ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2011
The only public museum in the world devoted solely to espionage, the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. opened in July of 2002. Its mission is to provide the public with an objective ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, November 2011
If you ever launched a toy rocket in your backyard as a kid – or have ever watched your own kids do so – a trip to the Kennedy Space Center near Orlando is an opportunity to see, in person, the ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2012
Head to the Palms District of Los Angeles
(9341 Venice Blvd., Culver City, to be exact) and find this fun and
bizarre collection of relics, sculptures and other-worldly displays.
With no ...
Written by vederemondo, October 2011
For the architecture buff who is a fan of Mies van der Rohe, it is worth every penny and effort to rent a car and drive out to Plano. The drive is approximately 1 hour depending on time of day and ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2012
During the throes of World War II, the Nevada desert was used as a
staging ground for the Manhattan Project and the terrible power which
resulted from it. Las Vegas ’ Atomic Testing Museum
Though the phrase “D-Day” might not connote the best images when it first comes to mind, the New Orleans
D-Day Museum is actually a good time to be had by all and might change
that notion for ...
Sometimes we’re presented with something of a problem when it comes to a
night out on the town. For many of us, a night at the local watering
hole doesn’t do us enough justice. It may be nice, but ...
Written by Hudson, USA, August 2011
As kids, many of us American boys, at some point, held a certain
admiration for comics. Whether your hero was Flash, Superman, Batman, or
some of the lesser-known superheroes, the high-color art, ...
known for? Well, undoubtedly a lot of things—too many to name,
actually, but there’s a part of us all, equally undoubtedly, that
remembers our history books well enough to recall ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2011
San Jose is often overlooked on the visitor’s to-do list. But this needn’t be. The little brother to the south of San Francisco is home to much more than the casual eye might spy. The Tech Museum ...
We’ve all seen the movies, but could the saga that put Lucas Films on the map truly become a reality? Would the X-Wing ever cruise through inter-stellar space or even park in our garage? Could the ...
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