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Recent Posts:  Page 21

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 »

'Bike Sharing' Programs Popping Up All Over Cities

Traffic snarls, vague directions and unexpected one-way streets plague many a city traveler, and put a damper on precious vacation time. Instead of succumbing to road rage, take advantage of the public bike programs springing up in CityPASS destinations across North America. For a fee – $5 per day in Toronto, $6 in Boston and $10 in New York – these programs let you borrow bikes from docking stations strategically located throughout the central district. Designed with city cruising in mind, the bikes generally have rugged step-through frames with baskets or luggage racks, upright handle bars, responsive hand brakes, adjustable seats, three speeds, and the appropriate reflectors and safety lamps. read more »

Move Your Feet, See the Sights, and Contribute to a Good Cause: Philly Charity Runs

Philly is known for quite a few things, including history, cheesesteaks, and great attractions, but did you know that it's also known for charity? If you’ve got an altruistic spirit and an interest in feats of human endurance, Philadelphia has plenty of opportunities for residents and visitors alike to turn out and contribute to some great causes. Even if you’re not interested in racing, these are all fun ways to stretch your legs and see the sights in Philly. read more »

Seeing Sights and Staying Warm in Seattle: Indoor Attractions in the Emerald City

Staying Warm in Seattle It may be known for its rainfall, but if you’re planning a trek to Seattle, don’t let that put a damper on your fun! There are plenty of unique Seattle attractions to make your visit to Jet City an enjoyable one. Here are a few of our suggestions for indoor activities that will allow you to stay warm and dry in the Emerald City while letting you experience some of the best of the Northwest. read more »

5 Easy Ways to be a So Cal Spring Break Hero

Is this the year you’ll do something truly memorable as a family? Thinking back to my youth, few excursions sparked a level of anticipation as high as when my mother and nana took my brother and me to Disneyland®. I still recall the dizzying array of characters and costumes, the rides and, frankly, how CLEAN everything was. It was a huge upgrade from the sketchy carnival barkers and rickety rides at the transient, parking lot fair back home. It was a true, family adventure. read more »

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