#Travel Info


Where to Have an Early-Game Date-Night in NYC

When it comes to first (or early-game) dates, there are several ways to play it. In our minds, the best first-dates are always the most casual: a late-night slice of L’Industrie pizza while making out between bites on the Williamsburg Bridge? Fighting over the last dumpling at a park picnic? Take it from us: it will be low-key even hotter than the food.
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4 Romantic Restaurants in the Akron Area

Are you and your significant other looking for a romantic restaurant to visit?. If so, you should check out these local restaurants in Greater Akron. If you and your date love Italian cuisine, you should check out this family-owned restaurant with an upscale atmosphere. Their pasta is fresh, made in house, and delicious. You can't go wrong with delicious staples like chicken parmesan (which comes with homemade cheese ravioli and roasted garlic cream), lasagna Bolognese, and veal marsala. If you have room for dessert, try some of their homemade gelato.

Where to Eat in the Neighborhoods Around Westside Provisions District: A Local’s Guide

The Westside neighborhoods of Blandtown, Berkeley Park, Underwood Hills, Knight Park/Howell Station, and Home Park (west of Northside Drive) are steeped in the city’s stockyards and railroad history. Charming enclaves feature bungalows and shotgun-style houses dating as far back as 1910 and were once home to the area’s workforce. Fast forward to present day, and what some now dub “West Midtown” includes brand new apartment and condo complexes, housing communities squeezed into parcels of previously vacant land, and an emerging commercial Main Street in a growing collection of mixed-used developments popping up along Howell Mill Road near Westside Provisions District.

PEEC: Learn About The Earth Below And The Skies Above Sunday At Los Luceros With NMOP

Los Luceros Historic Site in Alcalde. Photo Courtesy PEEC. Created by Pajarito Environmental Education Center and Los Luceros Historic Site, the New Mexico Outdoor Pass (NMOP) is a FREE booklet included with FREE community events for families where everyone gets rewarded for spending time outside. Participate in this activity and get a stamp for your New Mexico Outdoor Pass booklet. Fill your book with stamps and you’ll be rewarded with prizes!

Cincinnati Zoo celebrates Pride Night

CINCINNAT (WKRC) - Friday is Pride Night at the Cincinnati Zoo!. Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Cincinnati Pride takes over the zoo and botanical garden for an experience like never before. There will be fire dancers, drag performances, living animal statues, and so much pride along with live...

Butterfly Habitat comes back to Springs Preserve this fall

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Springs Preserve will be opening its seasonal Butterfly Habitat as October begins, bringing back the beloved fall exhibit. The habitat will open from Saturday, Oct. 1 to Monday, Nov. 21, and its doors will be open Thursdays through Mondays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as temperatures allow. Date-specific general […]
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Western Chicago suburb in top ten ‘Best Places to Live for Families’ by Fortune

Families searching for the perfect place to settle down face a difficult task — finding the city with the best school system, low crime rates, quality health care and community support can leave prospective homebuyers feeling flustered. Enter Fortune researchers, 215,000 data points, and 2,000 cities and towns across the U.S. and you get the […]

Everything happening around Lake George in October

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The mornings are getting colder, the trees are putting on warmer colors, and there are Jack-o’-lanterns everywhere. October may be considered the “off-season” for the Lake George region, but if you look carefully – and zoom out from just the lake itself – there’s still plenty going on.

New to Des Moines? Me too — here's what's worth a visit so far

DES MOINES, Iowa — As a newcomer to Des Moines, exploring a new city, learning the culture and finding the best things to do can be a little intimidating. I first moved to Des Moines in late May for work and, since then, I've been trying to find my footing by taking myself on adventures and figuring out what's worth a return trip. So far, it's been successful.
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Get a Taste of Fall in Boston

I have always felt bittersweet about the start of fall. I am a summer person. It is just who I am. I love the sun, swimming in the ocean and picking blueberries from my backyard at home. I especially love summer for its food — ice cream, fresh berry pies and outdoor barbeques.

Disney World, Universal reopen in phases after Hurricane Ian

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort have opened for certain guests following Hurricane Ian on Friday. Despite reports of damage throughout Universal Orlando and flooding throughout the city, a phased reopening of portions of the destination for hotel guests only began Friday. According...

Fall fun in the city at Jack's Pumpkin Pop-Up

There is two acres of fall fun in the Goose Island neighborhood of Chicago that includes a corn maze, axe throwing, carnival games, a pumpkin patch and more. Tim McGill talked with the president of We Love Popups on Good Day Chicago.

Top 10 Things to Know About Shenandoah National Park: PHOTOS

The highly-underrated Shenandoah National Park, nestled into the Virginia valley of the same name, houses some of Appalachia’s best scenery and misunderstood history. A short drive from Harrisonburg, VA, Shenandoah is bursting with picture-perfect Blue Ridge scenery, bustling waterfalls, woodlands, and the patchwork of Appalachian displacement, resurgence, and parkhood. Here, 200,000 acres of protected lands also house plentiful wildlife and over 500 miles of hiking trails.

Fort King National Historic Landmark reopens to public

The park and visitor center at the Fort King Historic Landmark have reopened to the public and will follow normal hours of operation. According to the City of Ocala Recreation and Parks Department, the archaeological resource center will also reopen to the public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 1.
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The Illinois Town Was Just Named The Best For Pumpkin Picking

Pumpkin picking is just one of those activities you do as a family this time of year, and one pumpkin patch in Illinois was just named one of the best to visit. Nothing says October is better than going to a pumpkin patch and finding that perfect pumpkin. The Sonny Acres Farm, located West of Chicago, was just named the best place to find that perfect pumpkin. Reader's Digest came out with a list of the top places for pumpkin picking and there is plenty of reasons why Sonny Acres Farm was chosen as the best for Illinois.