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Recent Posts:  Page 74

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 »

A Disneyland Christmas – Transformed for the season, the Happiest Place on Earth offers a dazzling holiday escape

Two years ago, on Christmas morning, my husband and I surprised our then 9-year-old niece and 7-year-old nephew with a trip to Disneyland. After a moment of initial shock, the kids went absolutely nuts. Their ecstatic, over-the-moon reaction told us we’d just nailed the award for “best aunt and uncle — ever!” And in terms of holiday getaways, our Disneyland Christmas adventure was one of our best vacations ever. read more »

Have apps, will travel

Let these budget-boosting travel apps hone your sightseeing, pinpoint delicious eats, even reduce your line time at Disneyland.

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Black Friday Alternatives in the Big Apple

New York City offers one of the best retail experiences in the world. But even the most die-hard consumer can feel overwhelmed at the prospect of shopping the Big Apple on one of the busiest days of the year: Black Friday, the retail-centric day after Thanksgiving that traditionally marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. What if you want to bypass the line of shoppers that are sure to snake throughout the city and still get your splurge on? read more »

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