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July 9, 2015
Mexican Pilsen Self Guided Food Tour

Mexican culture runs strong and deep in Chicago and one of the best places to experience Mexican culture and cuisine is with a walk Mexican specialties including tamales, tacos, carnitas, churros, pastries and so much more just on 18th Street.through the Pilsen neighborhood.  There are a few options to get here by mass transit, but […]

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June 23, 2015
Stretching Your Dollar at the Best NYC Comedy Clubs

Whether you're visiting New York City for the first time, or you're a dedicated resident of the Big Apple, we could all use a laugh. The best comedy clubs in New York City feature emerging comedians and celebrity A-Listers performing their stand-up routines before heading out on the comedy club circuit. Follow these simple tips […]

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March 2, 2015
House of Cards Locations in DC

Very few movies or TV series set in Washington, DC are actually filmed in the city. The cost of shooting in such an expensive area, combined with the prospect of facing loads of red tape and security protocol, usually drives film makers to opt for nearby Maryland or Virginia instead. Furthermore, most states offer an […]

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February 10, 2015
Chicago in Winter: Advice from Guides

So you've driven, flown, or taken a train to Chicago, Illinois and it is winter time.  It can't be THAT cold, right?  Well... Yes, actually.  It can.  In fact, the winter of 2014 was the coldest winter in 100 years.  But that does not mean that you can't enjoy our city, feast your eyes upon our […]

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February 4, 2015
A Visitor's Guide to Chicago Restaurant Week

Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions Whether you’re a casual eater or the most ardent foodie, you’ll find something you love at Chicago Restaurant Week.  Starting January 30th and running through February 12th 2015, diners can enjoy $22 lunches and $33 or $44 dinners […]

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November 24, 2014
How to Get from Manhattan to JFK Airport

This post can help you figure out which is the best choice of transport to JFK Airport from various points in Manhattan. Keep in mind that what is the best choice for you may be different from someone else. We can say for certain that the cheapest way to JFK is to ride the subway […]

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November 15, 2014
Tommy Gun's Garage Dinner and Show

During winter in Chicago, some of the best things to do are found ... inside! A second city can be found hidden under the roads in the pedway or behind the tracks of the El. If you enjoy the stories on our Lincoln Park Blues Tour, you'll love a visit to Tommy Gun's Garage. A […]

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October 26, 2014
See the Blue Man Group New York

You probably would not recognize them on the street but when they are ready for the show - you can't mistake them. The Blue Man Group has been around since the late 1980s as theatrical performers. The trio of actor/musicians dressed in black and painted in blue amazes and entertains the audience with music, lights […]

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December 9, 2013
Chicago Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier

Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions Yes, Chicago is cold in Winter, but this can still be a great time to visit. In addition the the Chicago Pedway, great museums, and abundant ice skating, the holiday season features the Winter Wonderfest at Navy Pier. […]

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November 29, 2013
Visit Lake Michigan Chicago

Even if you visit Chicago in the depth of winter, you need to walk to the shore and visit Lake Michigan Chicago. Our Michigan Ave Tour ends on the Navy Pier along the lake for a majestic view and the weekly fireworks in summer. "Lake" is a misnomer, because Michigan is really a vast inland […]

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November 23, 2013
Belmont Avenue - Chicago

Every visitor to Chicago should take a ride on the El. But where to? One great destination is Belmont Avenue, on the Brown line. Board the KIMBALL train at any station on the downtown el structure, ride about 20 minutes, and there you are! Look for the huge mural of St. Vincent as the train […]

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November 15, 2013
Jewelers Building - Chicago

Take in the sweep of the buildings along the Chicago River! You'd be a rare person, indeed, if your eye weren't drawn to 35 East Wacker Drive. Vintage 1927, this building screams character. High art deco, the ornamentation is bound to bring a smile to your face. Originally named the Jewelers Building, this beauty housed […]

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November 1, 2013
NYC Subway Art: Life Underground

Of all the MTA-Art for Transit's artworks visited during The NYC Subway Art Tour consistently the most popular one among attendees is Tom Otterness' Life Underground installed in 2001. Taking 10 years to complete, 130 eye-catching bronze figures are scattered throughout the immense 14th Street station. Many are in plain sight and many have to […]

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October 25, 2013
Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza

Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions Where to get the best deep dish pizza in Chicago, is a repeatedly asked question our tour guides get from their guests after their tours. Pizza may be Italian by origin, but it's internationally known as an American food. […]

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October 11, 2013
Public Art in Chicago

The art in Chicago isn't always in museums - though Chicago has a great art museum centrally located near the Loop - but much of what you can find in the city is public art. No entry fee, no docent - in fact, no walls. They are outside in parks and plazas! With help from […]

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October 6, 2013
Moving to New York City

Over 200,000 people move to NYC each year and moving to a city this diverse and large can be overwhelming. Where should I live? Or more importantly, where should I NOT live? Where can I find full time employment or a part time job? Where's the best place to eat out, make friends, do laundry, […]

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