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One of the most popular spots for gazing across the iconic metropolitan is the Top of the Rock Observatory, the three tiers of observation decks on the 67th, 69th, and 70th floors of the Rockefeller Center. At 850 feet above ground level, you’ll be able to soak in an unobstructed view of the Big Apple’s most emblematic architecture.
In 1980, Ted Turner had a vision: create the world’s first 24-hour cable news station. That vision is now a reality; his Cable News Network (CNN) is one of the most-watched channels in the country. And thanks to the CNN Studio tours, you can pull back the curtain to see how the giant machine that is CNN functions.
The fun never ends at Kemah Boardwalk! Located just 20 miles outside of Houston, this fun-tastic complex includes tummy-satisfying restaurants, wildly entertaining shows, thrilling rides, and enticing shops.
Being a kid has never been more fun than at the Children’s Museum of Houston in Texas. It’s a place where children are encouraged—rather than discouraged—to put their hands on everything and dive into the action.
Universal Studios Hollywood™ is where all your favorite characters—from Harry Potter© to Transformers™—come alive. Chock full of adrenaline-pumping rides, fabulous shopping opportunities, and mind-blowing shows, this is one place you’ll never want to leave.
Whether you’re a native or just visiting for a few days, the Blue & Gold Fleet San Francisco Bay Cruise Adventure is a must-do when in San Francisco. The Bay Cruise is a breathtaking experience that will take you past the city’s most iconic sights, from the Pier 39 sea lions to the majestic Golden Gate Bridge.