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Recent Posts:  Page 73

See-Worthy Attractions – Splashy new exhibits make these aquariums perfect for winter sightseeing

Looking for a little indoor adventure to help pass the cold winter months? Something exciting – and fun for the kids – that won’t break your budget? Well, take a peek below the waves. There are some thrilling new exhibits making a splash (no pun intended) at these aquariums. read more »

New Year's Travel Resolutions

A few New Year's resolutions for getting your travel year off to a good start... read more »

Magic Among the Butterflies

“If you stand quietly, one of them might land on you.” So said “Butterfly Mike,” butterfly keeper for the Butterflies! exhibit at The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Not likely, I thought, with a couple dozen other noisy lookiloos lurking about. read more »

New Year’s Eve in Times Square – Be a part of New York City’s boisterous, joyous countdown to 2011.

New York City’s bustling Times Square annually hosts one of the world’s most famous New Year’s celebrations. In anticipation of the famous ball drop, more than a million revelers throng the square each Dec. 31, jockeying for places and sightlines. Millions more tune in to watch the televised festivities from the comfort of their homes. read more »

Chicago’s Sky-High Skating Experience – John Hancock Observatory kicks off 2011 with ice-skating on the 94th floor

Windy City visitors will soon enjoy the thrill of gliding across a sky-high, indoor skating rink with to-die-for views. Jan. 1-March 31, 2011, the John Hancock Observatory plans to add “the world’s highest skating rink” to its towering 94th-floor observation deck. read more »

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