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Recent Posts:  Page 66

Beam Me Up for Brunch

My niece Madison wanted to do something special to celebrate her 13th birthday … and brunch aboard a spaceship sounded like just the ticket. The spaceship in question was SkyCity, the slowly revolving, UFO-shaped restaurant at the top of Seattle’s futuristic Space Needle. read more »

Enjoying New York City’s Subway: The Do’s and Don’ts

Arriving in the Big Apple, folks generally can’t wait to explore the city’s endless wonderland of shops, parks, diners, museums, theaters and nightlife. But to relish the best of New York City sightseeing — and get around efficiently and quickly — learn to ride the subway. read more »

Celebrate a Disney Summer from the Sea to the Stars

What better way to herald the arrival of the summer travel season than with the debut of two much-anticipated ride experiences at the Disneyland Resort. In a Disney double whammy, both The Little Mermaid — Ariel’s Undersea Adventure and Star Tours — The Adventures Continue debuted to enthusiastic guests on June 3. read more »

California Dreaming

Where can you see the “stars” even when the sun is shining? Hollywood is well known for plenty of star-gazing opportunities–places where the stars of yesterday are commemorated and the stars of today are easy to spot. Some are budget-friendly, while others are slightly more indulgent, but they’ll all help you get your star fix. read more »

A Scintillating Search for Science on Segways

Who says science is stodgy?

Between now and November, Boston’s Museum of Science, a Boston CityPASS featured attraction, is leading parades of Segway® riders on exhilarating, daily, freewheeling tours of local scientific sites. For $65, visitors receive a required, 30-minute Segway riding and safety lesson before buzzing off through Cambridge and along the Charles River on an hour-long guided tour. Riders are equipped with headsets to hear the guides describe local science and technology highlights, including: read more »

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