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No one wants to be the traveler that makes everyone roll their eyes and mutter under their breath... the Chatty Charlies, seat-kickers, complainers, or culturally insensitive. Take a look at our list of the most annoying travel traits to avoid so you aren’t that person ruining everyone else’s good time.
With Valentine's Day approaching, the pressure is on to come up with the perfect romantic setting for an outing with your sweetheart. Here are a few places we think might inspire you both to fall in love this Valentine’s Day, or anytime of the year. Take a look through our suggestions, and then let us know what your favorite romantic spot is in the comments. You can also head on over to our Facebook Page and share a photo of you and your sweetheart for a chance to win 2 CityPASS booklets!
Chocolate lovers, unite! At Ghirardelli Square, you can take a whiff of rich, world-class chocolate while enjoying the perfectly salty breeze of the San Francisco Bay. With citywide transportation included in your San Francisco CityPASS and a trolley stop conveniently located right in front of Ghirardelli Square, there is no reason to pass up this sweet slice of history.
Before that precious bundle of joy arrives in your arms, wouldn't it be nice to get out of town for a little while? Or, if you’re newlyweds looking for a thrilling honeymoon, a rendezvous in either of these cities will sate your appetite for romance. San Francisco or New York might be the romantic getaway you’ve been dreaming of.
Crisp air, the crunch of autumn leaves and holiday festivities are what people look forward to come the end of summer. When the warm days drift away, don’t spend the cool seasons hibernating under a blanket—Boston is the perfect New England city to welcome fall and winter, and the town comes alive with events and activities. Come experience the many fun things to do in Boston in fall!
You might think Americans are great vacationers, but the stats show otherwise. The number of vacation days the average American takes has dropped by four days just since we entered the 21st century.