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Great locals tips for visiting “The Big Apple”, NYC
Everyone should experience the “Big Apple”, New York City at least once in their life. The more you visit the more you either love or hate this city, and that goes for locals too. My experiences living in NYC were mostly good, the food, and nightlife, culture and in many cases the people living there, once I started to “fit in”. What I didn’t like was the traffic!
Visit five of best sights in Orlando, and still stay on budget
Let’s face it, even if you’ve never been to Orlando before, you know what you’re heard, Orlando theme parks are EXPENSIVE. Right? So you have this opportunity to take a last minute vacation to Orlando for reduced rates on Hotel and Airfare, and you want to take it. But then there’s the fact that you’re on a tight budget, and you know the theme parks will eat up more than the hotel and flight together.
Make Chicago you’re summer vacation spot for 2016?
When most are planning their summer vacation, the usual names pop up, Miami, San Diego, Honolulu, Las Vegas and so on. But, if you ask anyone who lives in or has visited Chicago during the summertime, they will tell you it’s awesome. That’s quite a change from reviews of Greater Chicago during the rest of the year, with cold winds, snow, and bundling up in your Alaska parkas. That being said, the summer months is when Chicago really comes alive, from the outdoor restaurants, packed lake-shore beaches and places like Navy Pier or visits to the Dales.
2016 Dallas Festivals to make your vacation an exciting adventure
If you have never been to the Dallas / Ft Worth area of Texas, and you’re planning your first vacation there in 2016, hole your horses and read this. You may just realize there is a specific date or dates you really want to be there, because vacation is all about fun, right?
5 Best Day Trips from Miami Beach
There are some awesome experiences to be had within a day’s drive of Miami Beach, and they are all worth a look-see. Sure, you are on one of the most famous beaches in the world, but there are others that offer a different kind of “action”.
The Best Cheap Island You Have Never Heard About
Right about the time you fly over Cancun you’ll notice that the view of endless hotels up against the white sand beach looks like both paradise and population have clashed to conjure up a different type of beach vacation. Don’t worry, head in the opposite direction from that spot and you’ll find yourself heading to a tiny outpost knows as Holbox Island (pronounced ol-bosh)
Getting Married in Las Vegas
Deciding on a wedding in Las Vegas can at first glance seem cliche or even as if it ridicules the sanctity of the bond between two people. That is until you realize how inexpensive it is to get married on the Las Vegas strip. Do you really need to have a large wedding back home and spend a huge amount of money on one party that feeds a large group of strangers? Instead, head to Las Vegas, save money on the wedding and then have a mini honeymoon right on the strip.
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The great outdoors in Washington
Everyone flocks to Washington for the quite stunning list of national memorials, events, cultural icons and sheer number of things to do and see. but sometimes you just need a break from all that cultural seeing and doing. A walk in the fresh air, a stroll through nature’s best. And in Spring this place really delivers.
Did you know you can explore the city at your own pace by picking up a bike and a map and plotting out your own adventures? Bike rentals are available through several vendors around the Washington DC area and it’s a great way to see a lot of the memorials in a short space of time whilst getting a bit of exercise too. If you’re here for more than a few days, you can sign up for the Capital BikeShare self-service bike rental program. Riders can pick up and return a bike to multiple locations throughout the region. Bikestation at Union Station offers secure bike parking and you walk from there to many locations.
San Diego’s Balboa
It’s a mighty big park with loads of attractions for whatever your budget and lifestyle can handle. It’s home of course to surely the most famous zoo in the world as well as a host of other exciting attractions and year-round events.
What the stars do in Las Vegas
It wouldn’t do to come all the way to Las Vegas and leave without spotting a star or two would it! The real question, then, is what do they do and where do they hang out when they’re in town.
Top 3 things to do in New Orleans
No visit to New Orleans is ever long enough to see and do all the wonderful things there are to see, listen to and eat in this wonderful city – and it’s especially pretty in the spring. What you can do however is whittle down your options.
A must is pretty simple. ride a streetcar. You can get wherever you want to go in New Orleans with the Regional Transit Authority (RTA). Your concierge will tell where the nearest streetcar is and you’ll love just climbing aboard and winding your way through a neighborhood of the Crescent City. As your streetcar glides beneath soaring live oaks and past stately mansions, you’ll see the beauty, charm and history of New Orleans for little cost. The RTA operates three streetcar lines: the famous, historic St. Charles line, the Canal Street line, and the Riverfront line. All lines either run along or intersect with Canal Street in the area between the French Quarter and the Central Business District (CBD) connecting Uptown/Garden District, Carrollton, Mid-City, City Park and the Marigny.
Vancouver’s best bars
Vancouver is proving very popular with Americans for a very good reason – the food, the bars, the scenic attractions and the ease of getting there and around the city all add up to a superb experience for the curious traveler.
What to do on the Boston waterfront
With spring fast approaching Bostonians are shedding the winter coast and starting to peer out from behind the curtains – and that means one of the more interesting parts of the city is also starting to come alive. The Boston waterfront is awash with scenic sights and sites too and offers the intrepid traveler everything from excellent food choices to outstanding historical exhibits.