Monthly Archives:: August 2015

Go San Francisco Card 3 Day Itinerary

Posted by & filed under San Francisco.

San Francisco is one of the most exciting cities in the country, with months’ worth of activities. But who has that much vacation time? How do you figure out the best places to visit if you only have a few days in San Francisco? Well, don’t worry, because we’ve got you covered! We put together […]

50+ Things to Do in Midtown Manhattan {2018}

Posted by & filed under A Blog on Visiting New York City.

Things to see in Midtown Manhattan

This guide to Midtown Manhattan is jam-packed with sightseeing information and things to do such as seeing the best attractions, family-friendly activities, things to do at night, free things to do in Midtown and more.  Because we know that some people like to explore at their own pace, we created a detailed self-guided tour with […]

Self-Guided Tour of Hell’s Kitchen

Posted by & filed under A Blog on Visiting New York City.

Currently known for Off Broadway Theaters, chic restaurants and luxury condominiums, Hell’s Kitchen is now as safe as any place in Manhattan, but it was one of the last areas to be tamed. Sometimes known as Clinton or Hell’s Canyon, it’s still best known as Hell’s Kitchen, a name bestowed for its reputation as a […]

Things to See in Berlin Mitte | A Self Guided Tour

Posted by & filed under Berlin.

Things to do Berlin Mitte East

Berlin-Mitte East START at Alexanderplatz (A) with the S-Bahn, several subways (U-Bahn), streetcars and buses. The square had been used as a market for livestock and was named Ochsenmarkt (oxen market) before it was named Alexanderplatz in 1805 on the occasion of the visit of the Russian Tsar Alexander I. Most of the buildings are […]

Things to Do in Chicago in September

Posted by & filed under Chicago.

Chicago banner water

September in Chicago is a perfect time to visit!  The weather in Chicago is beginning to cool down a bit with an average high of 74°F (23°C) and an average low of 55°F (13°C), but it’s perfect for travel and to explore the city.  The crowds are beginning to head home which means you’ll be […]

Stonehenge Tours and Guide

Posted by & filed under London.


 The following post is a guide to visiting Stonehenge. Read on to learn which Stonehenge tours are best, how to get there on your own, and what is the cost of a visit. Additionally, be sure to also read our posts on visiting Oxford and Windsor Castle. Stonehenge Tours from London Nearby Attractions and Day Trips History […]

Day trip to Oxford from London

Posted by & filed under London.

Oxford near London

Known throughout the world as one of the most historic and beautiful cites on earth, Oxford is an easy day-trip away from London. With monuments, colleges, parks and museums for any taste, a visit to Oxford is fun for every one – no matter what their interests! Within Oxford you will find the oldest University […]

New York Mafia Tour

Posted by & filed under A Blog on Visiting New York City.

New York Mafia tour

This New York mafia tour focuses on the 20th century Five Families of New York.  You’ll hear names like Genovese and Gambino. The “Teflon Don” John Gotti and “Crazy” Joey Gallo, and of course, Lucky Luciano. This tour takes you through the heart of Little Italy to the East Village and includes three stops in […]

Free Washington DC Bus Tour

Posted by & filed under Washington DC.

Don’t want to worry about the hassle of waiting in line behind other tourists for the next Hop on Hop off Bus Tour? We’ve created a guide to creating your own free Washington DC bus tours by using the new Circulator National Mall Route! Now, this option does not come with a tour guide or narration […]

Guide to the Korean War Veterans Memorial

Posted by & filed under Washington DC.

This post is a guide to the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC and covers how to get here as well as explaining its symbolism.  Due to its location on the western end of the National Mall, it’s a great option when also visiting the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The Korean […]