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Written by Hudson, USA, February 2013
Oh, St. Patrick’s Day. How you mesmerize me. Always a fun bacchanalian extravaganza, St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago is the spring celebration you’ve been waiting for. Where else on earth would they ...
Few cities in the world can claim the young, fun-loving crowd that San Francisco can. If there’s one city that knows how to have a party, it’s San Francisco, and for this reason, as well as others, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, March 2012
What once was the New Orleans‘ Warehouse district has been revitalized by an ongoing urban renewal project, and like many other cities where there was once cheap housing and a culturally thick vibe ...
Written by Hudson, USA, June 2012
Every city has its cultural icon. Typically this is a sports mascot (the Oregon Beavers or Detroit Lions, for example) but Seattle has got something different to brag about. The Fremont Troll (yes, ...
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens (or simply “The Huntington” for short) is one of the best existing examples of philanthropy and, lucky you, it’s nestled snugly in Los ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, December 2012
Hearing about sled-dog races may bring to mind a sprawling white
wilderness with grueling conditions, images of a unique cultural
tradition widely known but experienced firsthand by few, and ...
The Sunset Strip is a legendary strip of Sunset Boulevard between Crescent Heights and Doheny Drive which, in years past, marked the setting for the counterculture protests of the 1960s, the rock ...
Just south of San Francisco, a little outside of San Jose lies the local curio and general oddity that is the Winchester Mystery House. What is the Winchester Mystery House and why do so many fall in ...
Looking for things to do in Washington DC
in the winter? Aside from bundling up and heading from monument to
monument there’s plenty to do in DC, summer, spring, winter or fall.
Aside from ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, February 2012
In 1912, the U.S. was given over 3,000 cherry blossom trees as a gift from Japan to celebrate international friendship. What began as an annual ceremony honoring the exchange has now become “the ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, June 2012
Probably the most important piece of advice for your first time traveling to Orlando is to accept that you don’t have time to do everything! Between the theme parks, the nightlife, and the ...
Written by Hudson, USA, September 2012
It is widely known that New Orleans
is regarded as the birthplace of the soft and dulcet tones we call Jazz
and while modern times have seen popularity swing to more contemporary
styles of ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2011
In New York, the competition for being thought of as ‘a great bar’ is fierce. So what does it take to stand out in a two-dozen square mile island filled with some of the most fashionable, reputable, ...
Written by indieandiejones, October 2010
Make sure you go to Venice Beach if you want to see a fun side of Los Angeles. You can stroll the strand checking out the different stores and vendors lined up along side of the sidewalk, or check ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, September 2012
The Hamptons, so-called in reference to Southampton and East Hampton,
are about 75–100 miles (120-160 km) east of Manhattan and have a
reputation for being quite an affluent area, as seen in the ...
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Doing what: Empire State Building Tickets - Observatory and Optional Skip the ...