My friend’s wedding took me to Philly last weekend, and I had a blast. I can finally say I have walked the Rocky steps! Don’t roll your eyes at me, I’m from Los Angeles. Two days in downtown Philadelphia were not enough, but it’s always best to leave something for the next visit.
Travel is an exciting word. As a verb, it means to go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length. As a noun, it is defined as a journey, especially to a distant or unfamiliar place. I decided this summer to lean into the noun by embarking on a journey to get more familiar with the city of Virginia Beach. Never mind it has been my resident zip code since 2017, when my family and I moved here from Washington — the pandemic made me realize I hadn’t really traveled to this area.
My husband and I recently traveled to London on vacation. It was the longest trip we’ve taken together since our honeymoon six years ago. There is so much to see in the city, and even though we were busy the entire trip, we didn’t get to everything on our list.
A couple weeks ago one of my colleagues and I headed to New York City to meet with some clients. Somehow we managed to schedule these on the one day in September that had the most rain. Nonetheless, we made the best of it and had a successful day.We commuted back and forth from the East and West sides for our meetings and, in between, grabbed lunch at Robert. Located atop The Museum of Arts & Design at Columbus Circle, the restaurant features a modern and classic American style while displaying gorgeous views of Central Park and the always-busy Columbus Circle.
This month, tribal leaders and state officials joined Visit California at the future Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza to unveil a new statewide initiative. This initiative aims to showcase California’s native communities and cultural tourism experiences to domestic and international travelers. At the announcement, tribal leaders from across the state shared with journalists a sampling of the state’s vast array of offerings.
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Longing for a destination steeped in romance and enchanting stories? In Southwest Germany, a collection of soaring castles and resplendent gardens offers connections to tales of true love. Take a trip to Sepulchral Chapel on Württemberg Hill in Stuttgart, overlooking the Neckar Valley.
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ToursbyLocals, the private tour marketplace connecting travelers with certified local guides for customizable tour experiences, conducted a proprietary travel survey to determine travel trends for 2023. The company features more than 44,000 guides in almost 200 countries, allowing a comprehensive study to reveal what’s in store for next year.
Holland America Line was awarded Responsible Fisheries Management certification, officially becoming the first and only cruise line to receive the credential. Holland America Line serves only fresh, certified sustainable and traceable wild Alaska seafood; all six of the line’s ships that sail to Alaska earned the certification following independent audits.
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