Posts By: Canden Arciniega

London Monopoly – Light Blues

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Monopoly space of reds

London Monopoly Although an American invention, Monopoly is a popular board game the world over. In the United Kingdom there are a number of Monopoly games available, but easily the most popular version is set in the capital: London.  taking part in what we call a ‘Monopoly Pub Crawl.’ But with or without the drink, […]

New Orleans Bike Rentals

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Taking our Name Your Own Price Bike Tour?  We’ve compiled a list of places that rent bikes you can use on the tour!  Before you book a bike, check with your hotel, guest house, Bed and Breakfast or hostel to see if they offer complimentary bikes.  If not, they may have special discounts set up […]

London Monopoly – Browns

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Monopoly space of reds

London Monopoly Although an American invention, Monopoly is a popular board game the world over. In the United Kingdom there are a number of Monopoly games available, but easily the most popular version is set in the capital: London. The majority of properties represented on the Monopoly board are still in existence today and can […]

Public Art in Chicago

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Chicago Art pieces skyline

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 […]

The Jewel Tower: A Hidden Gem

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The Jewel Tower is a secret treasure in London that not many people know about. Although the Tower is small, its’ history is rich and varied, with links to both Parliament and the Royal Family. Today, it is run by English Heritage and is preserved for future generations to continue to stumble across it.  And […]

Moving to New York City

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New York Stadtführungen; New York walking tours

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, […]

Visit Graceland Cemetery in Chicago

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Chicago Graceland Cemetery

Known as the Cemetery of Architects, Graceland Cemetery in Chicago has been a private cemetery since the 1860s. Graceland has a park feel as you wander through the beautiful landscaped grounds and around the lake on the property. The 1888 arts and craft style chapel doesn’t seem out of place in this view. The Cemetery is open to […]

St Martin’s in the Fields Concerts | Free Music in London

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Next to Trafalgar Square and all it’s tourist glory, St. Martin’s in the Fields is a landmark in itself. Though it’s still in use as a church, as the site has been since the 1200s, it offers something a little different at lunchtime – free concerts in London. Be sure to read our complete guide […]

Guidelines Going Through Security in Washington, D.C.

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Capitol Building No… liquids, gels, sprays, aerosols, sharp objects, food, weapons. They will let you bring in essential medication like epi pens or inhalers but saline solution in a medical kit will need to be thrown out. Any type of edible products – candies, unopened bags of chips, fruit will be tossed. Packets of gum […]

See, Watch, Be A Part of … Music, TV, Plays on BBC

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From Comedy Shows, Music specials, Book talks, and hit TV shows guests can watch them being filmed and recorded for FREE – and sometimes get to be a part of them! The more popular quiz shows and specials become fully booked weeks in advance so you’ll have to plan if you want to see some […]