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Recent Posts:  Page 28

Atlanta Hotspots for Foodies

As any good traveler knows, one of the best ways to experience a city is by enjoying its food. Atlanta’s finest restaurants absolutely fulfill that promise; from incomparable menu offerings, to attentive service, to beautiful décor, these restaurants are truly the city’s culinary and cultural emissaries. read more »

Disneyland Holiday Roundup

One of the best childhood Christmases I can remember was celebrated at Disneyland Resort with my entire family. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity, and even more special during the holidays when Disneyland is turned into a magical winter wonderland. The season has officially begun at Disneyland, so start planning now for your special vacation if you haven’t already. We’ve compiled some Disneyland Resort’s highlights to enjoy now through January 6. read more »

Taken For a Ride in San Francisco: Know Your Muni Options

On a recent business trip to San Francisco I felt kind of silly not knowing the difference between a cable car and a trolley. Which one runs on the overhead wire and which one runs on the track? Which one is the Rice-A-Roni mobile? After pondering these questions with colleagues and getting some expert advice from our friends at San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (or “Muni” as it’s known), I have it straight. The next time I’m in San Francisco, beloved for its iconic cable cars, I’ll know what I’m talking about. read more »

Grand Central Station: Stay Awhile, Hidden Gems Inside

A trip to New York City isn’t complete without a visit to “the world’s loveliest station” Grand Central Terminal, more affectionately known to most of us as Grand Central Station. In fact, there is a very good chance, if you happened to be traveling in or out of the state of New York over the last 100 years, Grand Central might have been your first stop over in The Big Apple (the station just celebrated its 100th Anniversary!). read more »

Ready, Set, Go...ING New York City Marathon is ON

There's no question that the massive spectacle known as the ING New York City Marathon is regarded by many to be one of the most exhilarating events of NYC's fall season. After being canceled last year—a first in the marathon’s 40-year-plus history—due to Hurricane Sandy, this year's race, on Sunday, promises to be bigger and better than ever. A record 48,000 runners from around the world—elite marathoners, para-athletes, seasoned amateurs and determined first-timers—will test their mettle on a scenic 26.2-mile course that winds through all five boroughs of the City. read more »

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