Monthly Archives:: May 2016

Chicago Field Museum

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Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions “The Field Museum inspires curiosity about life on Earth while exploring how the world came to be and how we can make it a better place.” Have you ever seen a dinosaur skeleton?  How about a mummy?  Have […]

Washington Square Park

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

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This park may be on the small side, at 9.75 acres, but it is one of the most easily recognizable spots in all of New York City.  The park is often bustling with both locals and tourists, and it is located right in the heart of one of New York’s great neighborhoods, Greenwich Village. Where […]

Topography of Terror

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Berlin Topography of Terror

This post is a preview of the Topography of Terror Museum.  Berlin is a city with an extremely troubling past. As the location of the Nazis rise to political power, Hitler’s command center during World War II, and a fractured city split into two by the Cold War-era Wall, modern Berlin has many difficult tales […]

The Palace of Whitehall – Banqueting House

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The Palace of Whitehall, lost in a fire in the 17th century, was one of the largest and grandest palaces London had ever seen. Built nearly entirely out of gleaming white stone, the Palace of Whitehall was the site of celebrations, political manoeuvrings and even an execution. One part of the original palace still stands […]

Which Miami boat tour is right for you?

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As you can no doubt imagine, a city located near the ocean is going to have a lot of different boat tours. This is definitely true for Miami, but you might still be surprised at the wide variety of boating tours you can expect to find in the Magic City. In addition to several airboat […]

Subculture Shoreditch – Street Art and Workshop

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Alternative, trendy, and recently gentrified, Shoreditchis one of the most vibrant and exciting areas in town – Free Tours By Foot, in partnership with Subculture Tours, is ready to help you discover what has become known as the greatest open air gallery in the world. Street Art and Graffiti has taken the world by storm […]

Subculture Camden Street Art & Food Tour

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Join Free Tours By Foot, in partnership with our friends at Subculture Tours as we explore one of London’s most vibrant areas: Camden. Built around canals and boasting some of the capital’s best market stalls and incredible street food market, Camden is a must-see for visitors who are looking to get familiar with the alternative side […]

Brixton Twilight Food Tour

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Brixton is known as a cultural melting pot, with strong influences from the countries throughout the world. South Americans, Portuguese, African and Eritrean have all been living and bringing their exotic flavours to this mutli-ethnic neighbourhood. Brixton is unlike any other area of London – it really has it’s own identity, with people on the […]

Subculture Brixton Street Art & Food Tour

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 Subculture Brixton Street Art & Food Tour Never quiet, always fun, and attracting a wide mix of people from all over the world, Brixton’s atmosphere and history make it a must for any tourist (or locals!) visiting London. See the spot where David Bowie lived and the mural that now immortalises him. Visit a world […]