Monthly Archives:: September 2014

London’s Free Art Galleries

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Free London Art Museum

Art Lovers from around the world travel to London specifically to see some of the most extensive, famous, and fabulous collections of art to be found anywhere in the globe. What makes London’s galleries even more impressive is that the majority of them are entirely free to visit! So for art lovers or those just […]

Chicago’s Public Art in the Loop

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Chicago Four seasons

Chicago’s Loop is full of public art. Here are some of the best pieces that you should not miss. The Four Seasons The Four Seasons by French Artist Marc Chagall is a mosaic composed of thousands of inlaid chips depicting the four seasons of Chicago.  According to Chagall, “the seasons represent human life, both physical […]

What is the weather like in Paris in October?

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Paris Tours

The weather in Paris in October starts out partly sunny and mild but temperatures fall steadily during this month and will tend to be a bit chilly with mostly cloudy conditions by the month’s end. Afternoon temperatures early in October tend to be around 18-19C (in the mid-60s F) falling to around 12-13C (into the mid-50s) […]

Free Things to Do in London

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London Free Things

Who doesn’t love the word ‘FREE’? Here at Free Tours By Foot, we believe that you don’t need to pay a lot of money to have a great time! To help you make the most of your visit to London, here is a list of all the things you can do in town – without […]

Coit Tower | San Francisco’s Observation Deck

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Coit Tower San Francisco

This post is a visitors guide to Coit Tower in San Francisco with tips on when to come, how to get here, how much you will pay and what you will see.  Coit Tower is one of San Francisco’s most recognizable landmarks and a place everyone should add to their list, if only for the […]

Lower East Side Things To Do and See

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Katz's Deli Where Harry Met Sally

This post is a guide to the Lower East Side in Manhattan, with a self-guided tour and tips on places to eat, hear music and shop.  The Lower East Side might just be the most historic neighborhood in the United States. Home to millions of immigrants throughout the 19th and early part of the 20th […]

Free Museums in London

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Visitors from all over the world marvel at the fact that London is home to some of the largest, most impressive, and famous museums in existence. What makes it all the more impressive is that the majority museums in London are totally free! Here is our handy guide to the most popular, and best, of […]

How is the weather in Berlin in October?

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Brandenburger Gate Berlin

The Weather in Berlin in October – October finds the temperatures falling fairly rapidly in Germany’s Capital City with mostly cloudy skies and fairly frequent rainy days; however, there are still nice days here, especially early in the month. Early October afternoons are fairly mild with high temperatures averaging around 17-18C (the low to mid […]

How’s the Weather in Charleston in October?

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Driving a car in Charleston

The weather in Charleston in October is ideal for visiting this historic city in South Carolina as temperatures remain warm but with less of the humidity than during the summer months. Early in the month the afternoon temperatures are mostly in the low 80s f (27-28C) with early morning lows in the lower 60s f […]