Monthly Archives:: October 2013

Most Haunted Places in Charleston

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A city with 350 years of history has to have some spirits wandering around, right? And what better time to explore these than the evening when the veil between this world and the next is lifted on our Ghosts of Charleston tour which brings you to one of the sights below… there are a few […]

Best Restaurants in Boston’s Little Italy

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So you know about that famous pastry place in the North End that everyone and his uncle knows about.  But do you know where the locals shop?  That’s the question.  Our Boston’s Little Italy Food Tour brings you inside: not only inside up to a dozen mercatos, grocerias, salumerias, pastry shops, pizza shops and wine […]

Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza

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Chicago deep-dish-Pizza

Check out our Chicago Visitors Guide, with budget advice, travel guides, and information about local Chicago attractions Where to get the best deep dish pizza in Chicago, is a repeatedly asked question our tour guides get from their guests after their tours. Pizza may be Italian by origin, but it’s internationally known as an American food. […]

ADDRRIIANNN! A Guide to Rocky’s Philadelphia

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I’ll be honest. I haven’t seen all the Rocky movies. But I have run up the Rocky steps so I think that counts. Rocky Balboa is a character in a film, but with seven movies spanning his fictional live from the mid 1970s to 2006, he seems real. He even has his own Wikipedia page. […]

London Monopoly – Light Blues

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Monopoly space of reds

London Monopoly Although an American invention, Monopoly is a popular board game the world over. In the United Kingdom there are a number of Monopoly games available, but easily the most popular version is set in the capital: London.  taking part in what we call a ‘Monopoly Pub Crawl.’ But with or without the drink, […]

Georgetown DC Ghost Tour

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The yellow lit cobblestone sidewalks, historic homes built in the 1700s, and the branches of the centuries old oak trees give Georgetown an eerie feel as you walk the streets of this once city. And though you might feel a chill breeze as you walk by a shuttered house or hear a far off moan […]

The London Monument – A Monumental View

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View from inside the Monument in London

If you want to get a bird’s eye view of London, you have a number of options – if you’re willing to pay; The London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, The Shard, etc. But if you’re travelling on a budget, there’s a little known venue in the City of London that not only affords a spectacular […]

Charleston’s Magnolia Plantation and Gardens

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Magnolia Gardens Main Image

In this post, we share everything you need to know about visiting Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. There are several plantations in the Charleston area, but few are as historic and notable as Magnolia.  Admission Price Hours and Directions History Additional Guided Tours Visiting other Charleston Plantations

Greenwich Village NYC Ghost Tour

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As the weather cools down it’s not unusual to feel a chill every now and again, but if you happen to wander into the Greenwich Village perhaps those shivers are due to something more…otherworldly. The dip in temperature can’t explain that feeling of being watched, the hairs standing on the back of your neck, the […]

Getting Around Philadelphia: Public Transportation in Philly

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Free Tours BY FOOT – obviously, we’re going to recommend that you walk. We’re walkers and think it’s the best way to see the city. But sometimes you’re just too far away, too tired, or if you’re like me – your foot is broken! Philadelphia is a great place to walk, but the public transportation […]