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Philadelphia’s Old City: A History Lesson

Coming from a schooling system where American history is skimmed over at best, and often not covered at all, it can be difficult to understand why the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution are held to be almost sacred texts. Visiting Philadelphia, therefore, can be something of a curiosity for a non-American traveler.

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October 7, 2010 by | 0 Comments

[Contest] Win Tickets to Grand Canyon Helicopter and Ranch Adventure

Take a breathtaking helicopter flight below the Grand Canyon’s rim, and enjoy a meal and entertainment at the exclusive Grand Canyon West Ranch! Viator is giving away 1 pair of tickets to our Grand Canyon Helicopter and Ranch Adventure.

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September 30, 2010 by | 143 Comments

50% Off a New York City Dinner Cruise ($49 value per person) – 3 Days Only!

Book a $99 New York City dinner cruise for just $49! That’s a 50% discount, saving you more than $49 per person! This deal is only available for 3 days – so hurry! You must book by September 30 to save 50%! This exclusive Viator deal is available on ALL departure times and EVERY scheduled departure date now through December 30, 2010.

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September 27, 2010 by | 0 Comments

[contest] Win Tickets to the Orlando Space Shuttle Launch

***Editor’s Note: The contest is now closed and we have a winner! Congratulations Jessi!***For a once in a lifetime experience, head to Orlando’s Kennedy Space Center for one of the final space shuttle launches. Viator has just secured a limited number of tickets to sell to this exclusive event – so get yours today! Or enter here to win a pair…

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September 22, 2010 by | 72 Comments

Day & Night in Downtown Los Angeles

Spend the day (and night) in the heart of downtown Los Angeles with an array of entertainment, restaurants, shopping and pure fun! Begin your morning for a bargain-hunting shopping trip at Santee Alley also known as “The Alley.”

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September 21, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Puerto Vallarta Excursions with Kids

The Puerto Vallarta region of Mexico can be a paradise for families, with all-inclusive hotels in every price range and easy flight access from the U.S. and Canada. Spending a week within the gated compound of one hotel can make you (and the kids) kind of stir-crazy after a while though, so here are some family-friendly diversions to consider on your Puerto Vallarta adventure.

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September 1, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Universal Studios in a Nutshell

Tucked away in the Hollywood hills is Universal Studios, a theme park complete with rides and attractions based on some of the top movies made in its own studios. For a day of action-packed entertainment in Los Angeles, Universal Studios is it!

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August 25, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Review: Vegas! The Show

For those not familiar with Las Vegas, Vegas! The Show sums up the city’s past in one extraordinary, Broadway-style production like no other. Recreating the greatest moments in Las Vegas history, the show opens up with a narrator, in what is referred to as the Neon Graveyard, a Vintage Vegas background showcasing Las Vegas of yesteryear. Delivering Las Vegas history and interesting facts, the narrator foreshadows what the audience can expect.

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August 24, 2010 by | 0 Comments

Aah New York, Ain’t it Grand?

Oh New York, I knew even before I arrived that I would love you, but nothing could have prepared me for the spell you would cast over me; the love at first sight mega crush that would grip hold of me and not let go. New York made me want to be thirty different people in one day.

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August 19, 2010 by | 2 Comments

Bath, England: 10,000 Years of History

As pools go, you’d be hard-pushed to find one that’s more spectacular than the rooftop pool at the Thermae Bath Spa in Bath, England. As the water on one side bubbles like lemonade in a glass, and ultimate power showers billow over the backs of closed-eyed bathers, the city’s skyline is put in a magnificent frame.

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August 16, 2010 by | 2 Comments

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