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Crisp air, the crunch of autumn leaves and holiday festivities are what people look forward to come the end of summer. When the warm days drift away, don’t spend the cool seasons hibernating under a blanket—Boston is the perfect New England city to welcome fall and winter, and the town comes alive with events and activities. Come experience the many fun things to do in Boston in fall!
You might think Americans are great vacationers, but the stats show otherwise. The number of vacation days the average American takes has dropped by four days just since we entered the 21st century.
It’s no surprise that shows like Top Chef, The Taste and The Chew have become popular with the masses: foodies are everywhere! While they may have been considered food snobs in generations past, today’s foodies not only love trying delicious new restaurants, but are also able to enjoy the full experience that comes along with dining out these days.
Seeing the Pope in person is rare for most people, but Pope Francis visited Philadelphia in September of 2016. Here’s a guide to getting around along with what else to see in the city, where to eat, transportation and where to stay. Let it help you plan your next visit.
Trying to find the perfect romantic getaway, packed with heart-throbbing dates sure to sweep your significant other off of their feet? Love is in the air of Seattle, hanging on the gray clouds enveloping the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and trickling down below into the city. Fuel the fire of romance with these great Seattle attractions that are sure to heighten the attraction between you and your date.
New York City and Boston are situated on the Eastern seaboard and attract millions of tourists from around the world each year. Boston’s Colonial roots mark it as the “Cradle of Liberty,” while New York City’s Statue of Liberty was the first sight many immigrants saw as their ships sailed toward Ellis Island. But, that’s where the similarities end and the delightful differences begin.