Birds eye view of the Statue of Liberty

Top Attractions To See With A New York CityPASS

If you’re headed to New York City, a great way to save money on many top attractions is with a CityPASS. Available in major cities like Chicago, San Francisco and Toronto, CityPASS partners with several top attractions to bring you substantial discounts. This includes access to the Statue of Liberty, 9/11 Museum and Metropolitan Museum … Continue reading Top Attractions To See With A New York CityPASS

OWC USB-C Travel Dock E For The Business & Leisure Traveler

If you’re like me, you bring along a few gadgets when traveling. You have your smartphone and of course, a laptop. You might even pack a tablet as well. But with many of the newer laptops, you might not have the right port you need. For example, the new MacBook Pro has just two Thunderbolt/USB … Continue reading OWC USB-C Travel Dock E For The Business & Leisure Traveler

Relaxation Area at MoonAcre Spa, Calistoga Motor Lodge

Best Spa Hotels In Downtown Calistoga

A wellness destination since the 1860s, Calistoga is renowned for its hot springs and spa treatments. Located within the upper reaches of the Napa Valley, visitors have been flocking to the historic town this summer, particularly to move past a very challenging year. But there's certainly much more to Calistoga. For instance, it's home to … Continue reading Best Spa Hotels In Downtown Calistoga

Burrata cheese at the new Fleetwood restaurant in Calistoga

Five New Napa Valley Dishes From Chef Drew Glassell At Fleetwood

If you're hoping to try a hot new Napa Valley restaurant, then Fleetwood might just be what you're looking for. Located at the equally dazzling Calistoga Motor Lodge, Fleetwood is a welcome addition featuring wood fired Italian Mediterranean gourmet dishes. What's more, Fleetwood's culinary team is led by Chef Drew Glassell, whose stellar resume includes … Continue reading Five New Napa Valley Dishes From Chef Drew Glassell At Fleetwood

Reliefband Sport out of the box

Reliefband Sport: A Gamechanger For Motion Sickness Sufferers

When I was asked to consider reviewing the Reliefband Sport, I have to admit I was a little skeptical. For one, I'd never heard of the product nor any derivation of it. Moreover, wasn’t familiar with the Pennsylvania-based tech company. However, after a lot of information digging and evaluating it myself, wish I had this … Continue reading Reliefband Sport: A Gamechanger For Motion Sickness Sufferers

Daytime image of the Seattle skyline

Attractions You Can See With A Seattle CityPASS

If you’re planning on seeing some of the top attractions in Seattle, have you thought about purchasing a CityPASS? After all, with one of these tickets, you can save up to 46 percent to five of the city’s top attractions. In fact, the savings are so great, it’s almost like admission to five attractions for … Continue reading Attractions You Can See With A Seattle CityPASS

Riders on the Wild One roller coaster at Six Flags America near Washington D.C.

Historic Wooden Roller Coasters To Ride On National Roller Coaster Day

If you love thrill rides, then you might know that National Roller Coaster Day is coming up soon on Monday August 16. Held annually, the event commemorates the opening of America’s first loop-the-loop coaster designed by Edwin Prescott in 1898.  This year, several amusement parks across the country will mark the occasion with discounts, gifts … Continue reading Historic Wooden Roller Coasters To Ride On National Roller Coaster Day

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10 Suggested Carousels To Ride On National Carousel Day

With National Carousel Day fast approaching, wouldn’t it be fun to ride one of America’s most treasured carousels? After all, Americans have had a long relationship with amusement rides and many classic merry-go-rounds are still in operation! What’s more, since this special day only comes once a year and some attractions might be free or … Continue reading 10 Suggested Carousels To Ride On National Carousel Day

Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco: Five Top Hotel Recommendations

Visitors that come to San Francisco tend to stay at hotels in two distinct areas. One is Union Square, home to the theater district and high end retail stores. The other is of course, the Fisherman’s Wharf area, essentially a must-see spot for many local attractions. Although some residents and travelers will say Fisherman’s Wharf … Continue reading Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco: Five Top Hotel Recommendations

Coney Island boardwalk at dusk

America’s 15 Best Seaside Boardwalks

When you think of a boardwalk, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? In brief, it’s probably a picturesque beachside community often accompanied by a family friendly amusement park. Of course, that’s why coastal cities rank among America’s top destinations in the summer. In light of this, it’s not too late to start planning … Continue reading America’s 15 Best Seaside Boardwalks