Archive | October, 2011

What’s Happening in New York City: Broadway Fall Preview 2011

Mamma Mia! never fails to entertain crowds on Broadway

New York City crackles with energy come fall, and nowhere better can you feel that excitement than on Broadway. During this time of year, the buzz is palpable as Broadway theaters unveil their dazzling new shows for the first time. Fall is also your chance to see the stellar ongoing performances, all inside such opulent […]

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October 31, 2011 by | 3 Comments

Haunted Vegas Tour and Show

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Las Vegas has a little bit of everything. On any given night, you’ll see anything from new brides, to wandering Elvis Impersonators, to costumed super heroes, to any assortment of individuals from all parts of the world. This is a city that cracks jokes that visitors come back to visit their money, and that the […]

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October 28, 2011 by | Comments Off on Haunted Vegas Tour and Show

Travel with Viator: What’s Happening in November

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Whether you’re taking a long Thanksgiving break or a weekend getaway to relax before the holiday season, we’ve got November travel ideas and giveaways for you! And our new Sydney Tower New Year’s Eve will get you excited about ringing in 2012. Plus, we’ve got some of the best destinations for November travel. Read on […]

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October 28, 2011 by | Comments Off on Travel with Viator: What’s Happening in November

Meet Private Tour Guide Tim Kelly in Washington, DC

Meet Private Guide Tim Kelly

Meet Tim, one of Viator’s local experts in Washington, DC (and a highly rated licensed tour guide you’ll find at Viator Private Tour Guides).

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October 27, 2011 by | Comments Off on Meet Private Tour Guide Tim Kelly in Washington, DC

Hurricane Rina Won’t Be Cancun’s Last

Cancun is no stranger to hurricanes

As Hurricane Rina churns toward the Yucatán Coast, with Cancún in its sights for a Thursday afternoon touchdown, a familiar drama is playing out up and down the glittering Caribbean coastline. Alerts are out to some 45,000 tourists estimated to be staying in Cancún, Cozumel, and along the Riviera Maya, based on careful analysis of […]

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October 27, 2011 by | Comments Off on Hurricane Rina Won’t Be Cancun’s Last

[VIDEO] Jack the Ripper and London Ghost Walk

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If you want to learn about the ghost that still stalks the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane and London‘s most notorious killer, Jack the Ripper, the Jack the Ripper and London Ghost Walk is for you.

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October 26, 2011 by | Comments Off on [VIDEO] Jack the Ripper and London Ghost Walk

2011 Rugby World Cup – an update from the ground in Auckland

The games took place at Eden Park in Auckland

Saying that New Zealand is thrilled about the outcome of the 2011 Rugby World Cup is the understatement of the year. Ever since my arrival in Auckland, I’ve see nothing but All Blacks jerseys, posters, signs and merchandise. And rightfully so – the mighty All Blacks have only won the World Cup once, during the […]

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October 25, 2011 by | Comments Off on 2011 Rugby World Cup – an update from the ground in Auckland

Week 3: Win tickets to a New York in One Day Sightseeing Tour

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For the third week of our Viator’s 2011 Ultimate Holiday Giveaway, we’re giving away tickets to one of our most popular New York City tours!

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October 25, 2011 by | 3 Comments

Save 50% on a Napa Wine Country Tour!

Napa Wine Country Tour

HURRY! On sale for 3 days only! Book a Napa and Sonoma Wine Country Tour from San Francisco at a 50% discount! For this limited time only, you can save 50% on all available tour dates – including the weekends! This deal is only valid for 3 days – so hurry! You must book by […]

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October 25, 2011 by | Comments Off on Save 50% on a Napa Wine Country Tour!

Planning Your Day of the Dead in Mexico

Putting the finishing touches on an altar for Our Lady of Solitude

The brilliant orange of marigolds, in Mexico still called by their Nahuatl name, cempasuchil, seems to brighten the evenings that come ever earlier as autumn wears on. All of Mexico is preparing for a truly ancient festival, one with roots far deeper than the Spanish, or even the Aztec, Empires. This is Día de los […]

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October 24, 2011 by | Comments Off on Planning Your Day of the Dead in Mexico