Monthly Archives:: February 2015

Oak Alley Plantation Tickets, Tours and Reviews

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Oak Alley Planation Review

This post is a review of Oak Alley Plantation near New Orleans, with info on tickets, tours and online review analysis. Oak Alley Plantation is often thought of as the most iconic plantation is Louisiana. With its massive, 300 year old Live Oak trees, well-preserved mansion, and close proximity to New Orleans, Oak Alley has […]

How is the weather in San Francisco in March?

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San Francisco Painted Ladies

March is a cool month in San Francisco with morning lows mostly in the mid to upper 40sf (8-9C) with afternoon highs mostly in the low to mid 60s f (16-17C).  A few of the cooler mornings may see temperatures drop into the lower 40s f (5-6C) or less while a couple of warmer afternoons […]

Going out in Chicago

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Chicago Beercade inside

No matter if you are in Chicago for a few days or longer, exploring the city, doing some sightseeing, don’t miss out on exploring Chicago’s vibrant nightlife as well. Going out in Chicago is a lot of fun for everyone: young and old, families, couples, or singles alike. If you are looking for the right thing to […]

Tour Little Venice and Regents Canal

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London Little Venice

Have you heard of London’s Little Venice? Filled with narrow boats and alongside charming pubs and tree-lined streets, Little Venice was relatively unscathed during the bombings in World War Two, which means the area retains its original Georgian buildings. Quite an upscale area, the houses here are big and beautiful and lend a charming feeling […]

New Hall Military Museum

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Though this reconstructed building is from the 1960s, the original New Hall Military Museum was built in 1791 by the Carpenters’ Guild. The space was rented out to Secretary of War Henry Knox, making this the original Pentagon. Directions to New Hall Military Museum: 320 Chestnut St Philadelphia, PA 19106 On Chestnut Street between South […]

Visiting the Wagner Free Institute of Science

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The Wagner Free Institute of Science offers an experience into its Victorian collection with an interior that is nearly unchanged since the 1890s. Both the building and its exhibits are historic treasures in Philadelphia. Directions to the Wagner Free Institute of Science: 1700 West Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19121 By train: The Broad Street subway […]

Visiting the Franklin Institute

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The Franklin Institute was founded in 1824, making it one of the oldest centers of science education in the country. The interactive museum is the most visited attractions in Philadelphia. Directions: The Franklin Institute is located at 20th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Parking: The museum’s parking garage entrance is located behind the building […]

Rodin Museum Philadelphia

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The Rodin Museum Philadelphia contains the largest collection of sculptor Auguste Rodin’s works outside Paris, including his most well-known, The Thinker. Directions 2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19130 Parking: Limited metered parking is available on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, N 21st Street, and N 22nd Street. Parking is also available at the Philadelphia Museum […]

Visiting the Academy of Natural Sciences

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The Academy of Natural Sciences is the oldest natural science research institution and museum in the Americas, founded in 1812. Directions to Academy of Natural Sciences 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19103 Parking: Logan Square Parking Garage located at 1815 Cherry Street offers discounted parking for Academy visitors. Validate your ticket at the front […]