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CityPASS Home  »  City Traveler Blog  »  January 2013

January 2013

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Baby Giant Panda is San Diego Zoo’s “Little Gift”

Due to habitat loss and human disturbance, only 1,600 giant pandas are believed to exist in the world. Wait. Make that one thousand, six hundred and one. And the latest is a very special “one.” On July 29, 2012, Bai Yun gave birth to her sixth offspring at the San Diego Zoo. Not only is Bai Yun one of the most prolific panda mamas in the world; now, with the arrival of her latest cub, that birth marks the San Diego Zoo as the site for the most giant pandas born at a breeding facility outside of China. read more »

Feeling Chilly? Warm Up With New Museum Exhibits

Stay warm on these cold days by hitting up your favorite museums this winter. We've compiled a mini list of Special Exhibits we thought would interest a wide range of museum enthusiasts. From Picasso to Frida & Diego, there's something for every art lover out there! A warm welcome to beat the winter blues, many of these exhibits are included in your CityPASS. read more »

Eating Up Boston's History

If you’re planning a trip to Boston, chances are you’ll find yourself pounding the pavement or, more likely, contending with scraggy cobblestones, along The Freedom Trail, a popular tourist attraction that may be familiar to you. Winding through the heart of the city, the 2.5-mile, self-guided trek connects 16 sites of historic importance—most centered on the Revolutionary War era—via a red-painted line on ground. read more »

This Winter in Houston: Rodeo, Spaceships and Ancient Civilizations

The term “Houston winter” is a bit of a non sequitur, since temperatures in January and February rarely dip below 50 and often climb to 70 degrees. It still isn’t flip-flops and shorts weather, but it’ll do compared to the freezing, storm-battered northeastern seaboard, the windy northern plains or terminally gray Pacific Northwest. read more »

Rooftop Views in New York City

Nothing can really take your breath away. But New York City comes pretty darn close. At the tippy-tippy top of Manhattan’s tallest buildings, you’ll find spectacular views of this brightly lit city and beyond. But, alas, most of these pinnacles aren’t open to the public. Thankfully there are a couple of well-known vantage points to take in all the Big Apple has to offer, as well as some nice boite spots that not only offer a spectacular view but also a comfy seat as well. read more »

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