USA & Canada

What’s the Password?: 5 Best Speakeasies in America

Speakeasies in America

Popular during Prohibition, speakeasies are now making a comeback as a place to get drinks and enjoy a totally different atmosphere than most other bars. Once you discover their sometimes hidden location and learn the secret knock or password, you’ll find yourself immersed in an atmosphere that has almost disappeared from the nightlife landscape. Here are just a few of the ...

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7 Top Things About Indianapolis

Indianapolis is home to a wide range of entertainment whether you’re looking to spend some money at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or taking free winery tours. As a great deal of the entertainment in this large city is family friendly, you can bring the kids and immerse everyone in fun and games. Staying at hotels such as the Conrad Indianapolis ...

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Make the Most of 3 Days in Williamsburg

A popular destination for vacationers looking to get in touch with some serious history is Williamsburg, Virginia. Getting the most out of a long weekend or extended holiday to the city is actually a fairly simple task. Williamsburg hotels are eager to accommodate just about any budget with several entries into the economy class. Of course, there are plenty of ...

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Where the Locals Eat in Paris

Paris Airport Transfer

Nobody knows more about how to eat well in a city than its locals. While Paris is known for having some of the best food in the world, the city is no different. Paris locals know where to go for your morning coffee and croissant, a light lunch, an out-of-this-world Parisian dinner, or a late-night snack after leaving the brasserie. ...

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Halfpipes of America: 5 Best Skateparks

Halfpipes of America

If you’re a skater, you’re always looking for a good spot. These parks are in some of the best places to live if you love to skate. Kona Skatepark 8739 Kona Ave., Jacksonville, Florida Taking a trip to Kona Skatepark in Jacksonville is like going back in time in the history of skating. The park was built in the 1970s and is the ...

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The Best Arlington, VA Hotels for Your D.C. Trip

Two things are certain in the nation’s capital: there are amazing things to see, and the traffic can be awful. You want to get the most out of your visit to Washington, D.C., and one way to do that is by staying in one of the cheap hotels in Arlington, Virginia. Right across the Potomac River from the core of ...

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Limo in NY: The Ideal Way to Move People Around

Limo and Bus Charter in NY

If you have to look after transportation of a group of people from one place to another in New York, you can make it easy and fun filled with the help of a limo service. Whether it is a marriage with different events taking place in different locations or any other event for which people have come to New York, ...

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Make Some Amazing Memories at Chicago Pride 2015

Chicago Pride is one of the nation’s premier events for LGBT activities. The entire month of June is filled with exciting Pride activities, with the main action this year occurring during the week of June 20th-June 28th. Here are just a few of the unique and incredible celebrations you’ll want to add to your must-do list. Pride Fest, June 20th-21st ...

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3 Areas in San Diego Every Tourist Should Visit

San Diego

San Diego is one of the most popular tourist destinations. People come from all over the world to explore the great city of San Diego. San Diego is home to several sports teams, countless beaches, historical buildings, and endless sunshine. We are going to look at some activities that you can do while you are hear in sunny San Diego! ...

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Skiing in Canada

Stuart Edwards

This is a great post from Stuart Edwards from Am I Nearly There Yet? He’s been travelling around the world since 2011 with his girlfriend Eloise! Read more about them over at their travel blog. The large country of Canada has many things of interest for visitors; vibrant cities and towns, beautiful countryside, stunning natural attractions, a mixed culture and ...

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