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Taken For a Ride in San Francisco: Know Your Muni Options
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).
Where and How to Order The Best Philly Cheesesteaks
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 Murals: More Than Just Paint
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!
Fear Not: Niagara Falls is Still Open
Autumn is a great time to visit Niagara Falls and the surrounding area. Established in 1885, Niagara State Falls is America’s oldest state park. And lucky for Toronto CityPASS® ticket holders, it's a quick 80-mile/128-kilometer drive from Toronto, making it an easy side trip for a day or even a weekend.
Fall Activities at Liberty State Park New Jersey
In a part of the world best known for tall buildings and bright lights, New Jersey’s Liberty State Park provides a lush oasis for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city. But that doesn’t mean this park, located next to the Jersey City shoreline, isn’t a bright, shiny star all on its very own.
How Smartphones Are Changing the Face of Travel
The travel industry has come a long way in just a few short years. A little over a decade ago, travel meant hopping in the family car with a glove compartment full of maps or boarding a plane for several hours, touching down at a destination with loved ones far from home, phones, and television. Read on to learn how smartphones are changing travel.