Monthly Archives:: September 2018

All About the Statues in Lafayette Square

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There are four statues on the corner of Lafayette Park on the north side of the White House. Who are they? Check us out on YouTube – Top Things To Do DC – for our weekly series, Should Have Asked A Tour Guide, every Tuesday at 230pm.

Which Dublin City Pass Should You Choose?

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This post compares the different tourist attraction discount passes available in Dublin, including costs and how to use them. There is also a section devoted to bus tour combo packages. Before You Buy All-Inclusive Travel Pass Bus Tour Combos Dublin Bus Tours     Before You Buy The following section will break down the differences […]

Things to Do in London in November

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This post covers things to do in November in London, including a top 10 list, nighttime activities, free things to do and family friendly options. Be sure to read our master post on things to do in London any time. Top 10 Free Things to Do Things to Do at Night Family-Friendly Activities How is […]

Which Miami Sightseeing Discount Pass is Best?

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Miami Tourist Attractions Discount Pass

This post is a review of tourist attraction discount passes available to you in Miami with tips to help you determine which one, if any, is best for you. Before You Buy All-Inclusive Choose Your Attractions Build Your Own Bus Tour Combo Tickets Other Discounts     BEFORE YOU BUY In this section, we summarize […]

Friends Apartment Building in New York

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The Friends Apartment NYC

This post will explain how you can find the apartment building used in the hit TV show Friends, which is a regular stop on the pay-what-you-like Free Tours by Foot’s Greenwich Village Tour. Where is the Friends Apartment? Tour of Friends Sights Could They Afford the Rent? Sex and the City Guide to Greenwich Village   […]

The New York Charging Bull Statue

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New York Wall Street bull

This post is about how to find the Wall Street Bull, officially known as the Charging Bull, the popular bronze statue and financial icon, along with a brief history of the Bull and the Fearless Girl Statue.” A Brief History How to Get Here Fearless Girl Statue Tours of Wall Street Free Tours by Foot […]

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Route (2018)

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This post explains the essentials of attending the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 22nd, 2018, whether you need tickets, where to stand, when to go and what to expect.  Tickets + Times What is the Route? Best Spots to Watch the Parade? Who is Performing? Watch the Balloons Inflate Things to Do in […]

How to Use the London Underground

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How to Use the London Underground

This post is a quick and easy tutorial on how to navigate the London Underground (a.k.a. the Tube), including hours of operation as well as info on tickets, transfers, and other helpful tips. Tickets, Fares and Oyster Cards The Tube Map Operating Hours + the Night Tube Tips to Master the Tube The Tube to/from […]

How to Get Tickets to the Holocaust Museum

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Washington Holocaust Museum

This post describes how to get advanced and same-day tickets for individuals and groups to the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. It also describes the exhibits and other practical information relevant to your visit.   Advanced Tickets Same Day Tickets Plan Your Visit Hours + Security Food + Other Attractions Current and Permanent Exhibits     ADVANCED […]

Things to do in National Harbor

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This post highlights the best things to do in National Harbor, Maryland and has been updated for 2018. It includes a top 10 list, evening, free, and family-friendly activities, as well as annual seasonal events. When applicable, we’ve marked items that are free and/or kid-friendly. If you’re visiting from DC, be sure to check out […]