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Recent Posts:  Page 20

Atlanta for Romantics

If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, Atlanta is a wonderful place to go. As a large city, it offers a multitude of world-class accommodations, cultural events and sights, yet it’s diverse and quirky enough to allow for a truly unique experience. What you and your partner choose to do depends, of course, on who you are as a couple – what you most enjoy together, what your ideal date would be – but whether you opt for cozy and intimate, lavish and luxurious, or simple and inexpensive, Atlanta is a delightful setting for your romantic experience.

 

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5 Places to See Spring Bloom

5 Places to See Spring Bloom While it can be wonderful to head to your local public park or enjoy the flowers and freshly cut grass in your own backyard, winter-induced cabin fever may have left you itching for a road trip. Right now, there is no better time to hit the road and see spring burst into bloom! Here are some of our picks for places that will put the “spring” back in your step and bring you in-tune with nature and the new cycle of warmer weather. read more »

Toronto's Ethnic Buffet

When I tell my friends in Toronto how much I love their city, they often say, “Really?” I always assume they imagine I’m just trying to be gracious, or perhaps — with characteristic Canadian modesty — they’re reluctant to acknowledge how easy their city is to love. But they also have a great deal of justifiable civic pride, and a clear sense of why Toronto is such a special and unusual place to live and visit. There’s more to this understated city than many people might realize. read more »

Spring Is in the Air in New York City

Winter was rough. In fact, this year’s onslaught of snow, slush and way-too-wicked weather was nothing short of ridiculous. Thank goodness spring is here. In fact, it starts today! And, as in seasons past, that means the alleged “concrete jungle” known as New York City actually begins to blossom. From street-friendly flower carts to Central Park, this city blooms with a cacophony of color in some of the most unexpected spaces and places. Here’s a quick guide to a few of the best spots in New York to tip toe through the tulips and other verdant gardens. read more »

How to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Chicago

Many cities throughout the United States have formal Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations, but none more bizarre and exciting than Chicago. Complete with marching bands, bag-pipe players, ceremonial services, contests, parties and a variety of Irish festivities, the Windy City adds one additional element to this day that certainly spreads the holiday cheer. For almost 50 years, a group of privately funded St. Patty’s advocates have been pouring 45 pounds eco-friendly vegetable dye into the Chicago River to turn it a shimmering shade of emerald green. The dyeing of the river draws nearly 400,000 viewers each year, allowing spectators to revel in the colors of old Saint Patrick. read more »

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