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Recent Posts:  Page 39

Historic Boston B&B’s provide a unique perspective for your Boston vacation

Boston is steeped in history, and visitors to Boston can explore that rich history at famous landmarks like Old State House, Paul Revere House, Faneuil Hall, and the site of the Boston Massacre, to name a few. But what about taking it a step further, and staying in one of Boston’s historic Bed and Breakfasts? read more »

Follow Toronto's PATH to a Land of Endless Shopping

When the weather outside is frightful, it’s delightful to find a way to get out of the house without spending much time out of doors. Enclosed shopping malls are one option, but can be limiting. Luckily, residents of — and visitors to — Toronto have a BIG additional option: Toronto PATH. Covering 17 miles (28 km), the PATH is a network of pedestrian tunnels beneath the office towers of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. According to Guinness World Records, PATH is the largest underground shopping complex in the world with 371,600 m² (4 million sq. ft.) of retail space. read more »

Los Angeles: Academy Awards, Art, Culture & Cuisine

Glamour. Glitz. It’s that time of year: Oscar’s big night. The Academy Awards takes place on Sunday, February 24. It always attracts a glittery crowd to Hollywood and Los Angeles. But the red carpet outside of The Dolby Theatre is not the only haute spot in town that’s sparkling this week. The second most populous city in the United States, Los Angeles, is a treasure map jam-packed with gem-worthy neighborhoods offering the best in art, culture and cuisine, and its downtown core is seeing a big renaissance especially around the Frank Gehry-designed Walt Disney Concert Hall. read more »

Professor Wellbody's Academy of Health and Wellness is a giggling gallery of healthy fun

Germaphobes, health freaks and — even-better — people who couldn’t care less, have a new exhibit they won’t forget any time soon: Professor Wellbody's Academy of Health & Wellness at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center. Opened last December and included with a Seattle CityPASS admission ticket to the Pacific Science Center, this hands-on monument to health already has visitors squealing and laughing – proving that lessons in proper exercise, diet, sleep and hygiene don’t have to boring to be memorable. read more »

San Francisco Chocolates to Melt Your Heart

There’s no shortage of superlatives to describe San Francisco, but the city’s chocolate tradition definitely deserves a spot at the top of the list. If your travel plans take you to the City by the Bay this Valentine’s Day, indulge yourself and your sweetie with a modern take on this 2,000-year-old treat. The Latin name for the cacao plant translates to the “food of the gods,” a fitting designation for such an ethereal flavor. Chocolate earned its place as a symbol of romance after Hernán Cortés brought it back to Spain following his conquest of the Aztec Empire, and with its reputation as an aphrodisiac, it remains one of the most popular Valentine’s Day gifts. read more »

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