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CityPASS Home  »  City Traveler Blog  »  November 2010

November 2010

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Seattle’s Argosy Christmas Ship Festival and Parade – Slip into the holiday spirit with this nautical Northwest tradition

Calling all seagoing Santas! Seattle’s annual Argosy Christmas Ship Festival and Parade — an Emerald City tradition for the past 61 years — is about to set sail. read more »

Black Friday Alternatives in the Big Apple

New York City offers one of the best retail experiences in the world. But even the most die-hard consumer can feel overwhelmed at the prospect of shopping the Big Apple on one of the busiest days of the year: Black Friday, the retail-centric day after Thanksgiving that traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. What if you want to bypass the line of shoppers that are sure to snake throughout the city and still get your splurge on? read more »

CityPASS Winter Special

Beginning Dec. 15, 2011, CityPASS attraction tickets for New York, Hollywood, Seattle, Boston and Philadelphia are good for up to 76 days, until Feb. 28, 2011. That's up to 67 extra days to use your CityPASS tickets! read more »

World-famous Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Arrives Nov. 12

New York City has plenty of stars, but not one of them is quite as big or shines so bright as the legendary tree that sprouts up each holiday season at Rockefeller Center. In fact, the annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center is as much a New York tradition as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade or New Year’s Eve in Times Square. read more »

Got Stress? Jellies to the Rescue – Shedd Aquarium’s moon jellies are a tranquil respite from everyday life’s hustle and bustle.

My childhood dentist had a fish tank in his waiting room — I remember him telling my mother that watching fish was calming, which made the kids less anxious about facing needles, drills and mouth clamps. If I could go back in time, I’d let him know that A. his fish-tank tranquility trick never worked for me, and B. if he really wanted to relax his patients, he should have invested in a tank filled with graceful jellies. read more »

A Museum without Walls

Philadelphia’s vast public art collection offers a no-charge way to soak up culture read more »

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame at 50 – Bright As Ever

Hollywood’s Walk of Fame at 50 – Bright As Ever Hollywood’s iconic Walk of Fame, that star-strewn stretch along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine, celebrated its golden anniversary in 2010. For the past 50 years, fans from around the world have been drawn to the Walk of Fame — clutching maps, heads bent downward, scouring the pavement for the brass and terrazzo stars of their favorite entertainers. read more »

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