Washington DC Segway Tour Coupons

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Lady on Segway In Front of White House

Hop on a Segway and for two amazing hours glide effortlessly through the spectacular National Mall. You’ll pass monuments and memorials, paying tribute to presidents and national heroes; take in the impressive architecture of museums, repositories of America’s treasures and achievements; and discover off-the-Mall hidden treasures too.

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Outdoor Activities In Chicago For Visitors

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Seadog Speedboat Cruising Chicago River

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Thinking about a visit to Chicago this summer? Read our list of the best outdoor activities for visitors. Whether you’re an avid Windy City enthusiast or first time vacationer, this list of things to do will give you plenty of information to plan a few days of exciting outdoor activities for the entire family.
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Medieval Times Orlando Coupons

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Outside Medieval Times On A Sunny Day

There is more than one kingdom in Orlando.  This one is in a medieval castle, and what takes place inside is exciting, fun and magical.   It’s wonderful family entertainment with all the right medieval characters and elements: dashing knights, a lovely princess, a powerful king, a bit of wizardry, a touch of intrigue, a villain or two, beautiful horses, a soaring falcon, and authentic weaponry.
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Top 10 Boston Historic Sites To Visit On Vacation

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Paul Revere House Boston

There is no better place in America than Boston to experience the richness of America’ journey from a diverse group of British colonies to independent nation.  In this walkable city, significant and carefully preserved colonial-era sites are clustered were the city took root – downtown close to the harbor, and in the North End. It is through these sites that the story of America’s founding is told.


Paul Revere House

Also in the North End, the first impression: it’s small.  The second:  it’s very old, evident in floors and stairs, footstep-worn since its construction in 1680. Best known as the home of patriot Paul Revere between 1770 and 1800, a house tour reveals small rooms with interesting furnishings and artifacts focusing on the Revere era as well as 17th and 18th century life in early urban Boston. From spring through fall, the entry courtyard comes alive with demonstrations of colonial crafts, cooking, silversmithing, displays of Revolutionary War surgical tools.


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NYC Helicopter Tour Discount Coupons

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NYC Helicopter Tour Aerial Photo

If you can only pick one thing to do in NYC, do this!  See the grandeur of it all from the sky!  On on a helicopter tour.  The WOW factor is off the charts!

From beginning to end, Liberty Helicopter’s service is first class.  There is a necessary process to go through upon arriving: standard airport security check, safety briefing, and placing carry-ons in lockers.  Once everyone is settled into the six passenger seats, with seat belts on and headsets adjusted, the pilot’s pleasant voice is heard clearly through the headsets, reassuring even nervous Nellies.  The chopper quickly lifts, hovers, and it’s up, up and away! The smooth, fantastic ride has begun!
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Top 10 Boston Attractions To Visit on Vacation

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Boston Tea Party Museum and Skyline

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
A compelling, historically accurate portrayal of the Boston Tea Party, the act of colonial rebellion that took place on December 16, 1773, propelling the colonies towards the American Revolution, takes place daily.  The hour long experience, occurring throughout the day, is a must do. It has it all – high-spirited costumed actors portraying real Bostonians involved in the decisions and acts that led to the event, action and audience participation. Full-sized replica 18th century sailing vessels are boarded and explored, an experience counterbalanced by exhibits using 21st century technology and a moving film.  On view: one of only two tea chests known to have survived that fateful night. As the tour moves through 3 different settings, visitors are transformed into 18th century patriots, donning feathers and storming down to Griffin’s Wharf to “Dump the Tea into the Sea!” A dramatic conclusion impacts every visitor. The tour concludes in Abigail’s Tearoom on the top level of this floating Boston museum, the perfect place to enjoy a cup of tea the fabulous harbor and panoramic skyline views.
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Gastronomic Georgetown Food Tour Coupon

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View of Georgetown While on a Food Tour

Georgetown is one of those truly interesting must-see places.  It’s a historic river town graced with architectural elements of every era since its 1751 founding, and has the long-standing distinction of being the most fashionable district in Washington DC.  It has it all, charming graciousness, gorgeous historic townhomes and rowhouses, wonderful shops and culinary hot spots, both old line and nouveau.  An engaging way to see what lies behind the elegant façades of residences and restaurants is on a walking tour that seamlessly combines history and architecture with wonderful culinary tastings.  The Gastronomic Georgetown Food Tour does just that.
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Savannah Riverboat Brunch Cruise Coupon

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2 riverboats cruising the Savannah river

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Enjoy a pleasant 1 ½ hour Sunday Brunch aboard a triple deck riverboat with a slow turning paddle on the stern, the kind that in the early 1900s made the journey upriver to Augusta.  As cruising upriver is no longer viable, a leisurely Savannah Riverboat Brunch Cruise around Savannah Harbor offers a different perspective of the city and the 21st century activity along its waterfront.  Kick back, get off your feet for awhile, enjoy being on the water with a nice breeze blowing, watch the waterfront and the huge ships going by while savoring Low Country shrimp and grits, eggs Benedict, omelets, quiches, fried chicken, ham, waffles, biscuits and gravy, salads, fruit, and desserts.
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Top 10 Outdoor Activities in Boston

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Old State House Boston

Walk the Freedom Trail
Follow the famous red line through one of the few American cities whose history dates back to the 1600s, and where so many historic sites, most from the 1700’s, have been preserved. You can walk the line on your own, but the way to go is on the Freedom Trail Walk Through History tour.  You’ll see and learn things you can’t possibly do on your own, even with GPS-guided apps. Being led through history by enthusiastic, knowledgeable guides dressed in 18th century period clothing who stay in their assumed role as a historical character throughout the tour, makes it an interesting and enjoyable experience. Through their eyes and voice, historical facts, trivia, wonderful stories delivered with accuracy and humor, come to life.  It’s the best way to really see and understand what went on in Boston in the lead up to the American Revolution. It’s a fascinating journey which begins at the Boston Common and meanders through colonial Boston where history happened.

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Zipline Hilton Head Coupons

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Man Ziplining over Hilton Head

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The thought of flying through the air over the trees sounds thrilling, but with the “I want to” comes the fear factor. While we might have always wanted to fly like Peter Pan, people weren’t necessarily meant to fly. But now we can!  Zipline Hilton Head guides you from beginning to end and makes it a blast!

I have long wanted to try ziplining. I also find the magnificent salt water marshes and meandering river systems of coastal Georgia and South Carolina Low Country exceptionally beautiful. I am fascinated by the way all parts of this unique landscape interact – tidal flow, sand, mud, and spartina grass “islands” broken up by lacy estuarine fingers meandering through them. Traveling from Savannah to Charleston along Route 17, I have marveled at this richly abundant ecological system visible along the road and have wished for a bird’s eye view.
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