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Where Should You Go On Vacation?

Where Should You Go On Vacation? Let’s face it; it’s time to finally take that summer vacation. Vacation hours are racking up, and you’re Googling travel destinations when you should be working. If you’re feeling the travel itch, it’s best to just give in and scratch it. The world is your playground, but planning that perfect final summer vacation can be overwhelming. The U.S. is a big place to explore and every region has its differences — different food, different landscapes, different personalities, and different attractions. Not sure what area of the country to explore next? Choose your own adventure and take the stress out of your search with the flowchart challenge. Tell us where you’re headed in the comments below! read more »

Don't Be An Annoying Traveler

Don't Be An Annoying TravelerNo one wants to be the traveler that makes everyone roll their eyes and mutter under their breath... the Chatty Charlies, seat-kickers, complainers, or culturally insensitive. Take a look at our list of the most annoying travel traits to avoid so you aren’t that person ruining everyone else’s good time. read more »

Take a Break! You Should Use Your Vacation Time & Here's Why

Take a Break! CityPASS found all the stats and benefits to taking your vacation days and put it into a fun infographic. For benefits to your health, take your vacations to go on vacations, not to run errands or go to the doctor – though that’s important too. Vacations are great for getting rid of stress, and that alone has more health benefits than you might think. read more »

The Best US Diners After You’ve Rung in the New Year

US Diners When your throbbing head, sore feet and growling stomach rouse you from your slumber on January 1, consider a visit to one of these diners, some of the best in the U.S. for the “morning after.” Sharpen your fork and knife – we’re starting 2015 with a large stack of chocolate chip pancakes! read more »

A Christmas Without Snow: Holiday Fun in Warmer Cities

Christmas Without SnowNot every city experiences a “White Christmas.” Some are in a part of the country where it’s warm and sunny all year round. If you are fortunate enough to live in one of these cities, don’t think you can’t still get in the holiday spirit. It’s all a matter of knowing what events are happening in your town. Let’s take a tour through some of the warmer cities in America and see if we can find some great activities for your friends and family come this holiday season. read more »

The Best Beer Gardens Around the U.S.

Beer GardensCities across the United States have caught on, continuing to combine the traditional biergarten with their unique, local characteristics. There are many fantastic beer gardens throughout the United States, but we’ve narrowed down the list to a few notables you must keep in mind when traveling to any of these cities. read more »

Haunted Places: Fact or Fiction? You Decide.

Every town and city holds their share of unsavory secrets and horror stories. Passed on from person to person like an unreliable game of “Telephone,” the good ghost stories only get better with time. And with Halloween only days away, it’s time to dive into the creepy end, or more accurately, through the walls of hotels and homes across the country.

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CityPASS - A Great Gift For the Holidays

CityPASS Holiday Gift CityPASS is a nice gift that will never go out of style. An urban vacation probably won’t lose its allure any time soon. Visiting the Statue of Liberty will never not be cool. Might as well get that pocket-sized booklet to a destination you and your family have always wanted to visit. read more »

Unusual Museums Throughout the US

Unusual Museums Throughout the US Most museums are buildings that serve as vaults for some of humanity's most culturally significant art and artifacts. Places like the Louvre in Paris, which houses the Mona Lisa, and the Museum of Natural History with its fantastic dioramas are classic examples of what most people think of when museums come to mind. Unfortunately, there are a large number of items and industries that have cultural significance that just can't find a home in a “normal” museum. Luckily, instead of being lost to history forever, there are plenty of unusual museums across the U.S. that cater to even the most obscure interests and cultural taste. read more »

Planning a Family Getaway: Disneyland Attractions in Anaheim

Disneyland Attractions One of the most “magical” and family-friendly destinations to keep in mind is Disneyland in Anaheim, Ca. The theme park was opened in 1955 and conceptualized by the “man behind the mouse” himself, Walt Disney. To this day, the 160-acre expanse delights over 16 million guests each year, bringing families face-to-face with the timeless characters they grew up with and the friendly new faces their own children have come to love. The park plays host to a number of iconic rides and attractions. Disneyland tickets are available year-round in the perpetually sunny Magic Kingdom, making it an ideal place for a family vacation. If you’re thinking about mingling with Mickey and Minnie on the West coast, here are a few of our favorite spots that offer a little something for everyone. read more »

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