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CityPASS Home  »  City Traveler Blog  »  Recent Posts:  Page 36

City Traveler Blog

Recent Posts:  Page 36

Where the Wild Things Are: Little Five Points, Atlanta

Edgy. Alternative. Hippy. Avant-garde. Grungy. Eclectic. Indie. Funky. If that sounds like your idea of a fun place, plan to spend a day in Atlanta’s Little Five Points. read more »

Houston's Historic Cemetery

Ever heard the tales of eccentric billionaire businessman and filmmaker Howard R. Hughes? Or traveled out of former Texas Governor William P. Hobby’s namesake airport? Texas and its characters seem to be both bigger and bolder, and Houston is no exception. Located on Washington Avenue, just one mile west of Houston’s bustling downtown, history meets serenity at Houston’s historic Glenwood Cemetery. The 85-acre grounds serve as a memorial to the men and women who shaped Houston (and Texas), while providing a scenic place to pay respects and find shade on a warm spring afternoon. read more »

The Palace of Fine Arts: A San Francisco Original

Classical, colossal and monumental, The Palace of Fine Arts has stood for 98 years in the Marina District of San Francisco. This Classical Greek and Roman-influenced outdoor structure is one of the more photographed sites in San Francisco, especially as it is reflected in its surrounding pond with swans, ducks, a walking trail and a park with benches. It remains a popular attraction for tourists and locals, and is a favorite location for weddings. read more »

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Newest CityPASS Attraction

Monterey Bay AquariumCityPASS is proud to announce the newest addition to the San Francisco CityPASS program: the Monterey Bay Aquarium, home to sea otters, sharks, penguins, sea dragons and thousands of other marine animals and plants. read more »

Sporty Hot Spots in New York City via the Subway

New York is one of the best cities in the world for theater, art, food and shopping. But it’s also a great city for those who love the sporting life. Here are just a few of the spaces and places that attract those who love to get their game on. For CityPASS holders staying in Manhattan, these venues are best traveled by mass transport, specifically NYC’s stellar subway system. read more »

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