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If you spend all of your time decorating, shopping, cooking, cleaning and scribbling cards, you’ll miss the best part of the Holiday Season: Getting out and making memories with your family! If you're looking for some outdoor holiday fun, a visit to Houston might be in order, where balmy temps often allow for fresh air festivities.
With the upcoming Hanukkah holiday in mind, CityPASS would like to show you some of the biggest, brightest, and most festive menorah lighting ceremonies around the U.S. Whether you're Jewish by faith, by birth, or not at all, the cultural significance of these ceremonies is something that can be enjoyed by all. Happy Hanukkah!
Whether you’re traveling near or far for your holiday dinner, there is certainly something to be said for spending a day amidst the madness at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade—or watching it from your couch at home as your turkey dinner is roasting in the oven. You may watch the parade every year with friends and loved ones, but do you know the immense history behind one of the most exciting traditions in our country?
Do you know the difference between a cable car and a trolley. Which one runs on the overhead wire and which one runs on the track? Which one is the Rice-A-Roni mobile? Here is some expert advice from our friends at San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (or “Muni” as it’s known).
Ask any Philadelphia native what they feel best symbolizes the City of Brotherly Love and you’ll get a number of different answers: The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Love Park (some of Philadelphia's main attractions) ... AND Cheesesteaks.
Philadelphia's Mural Mile is a bit of a misnomer (walk the whole thing and you will have logged 2.5 miles) but Philadelphia as the “City of Murals” is not. If you're headed to the City of Brotherly Love, you'll see one or more of these famous pieces of public art without much trouble; after all, there are 3,600 of them!