Posts By: canden

Things To Do in New Orleans in May

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This post covers New Orleans in May, including a top 10 list of things to do, free activities, things to do at night as well as with kids and is updated for 2018.  May means warmer weather and lots of free outdoor music. If you are coming at the start or end of the month, […]

Where to Watch the Boston Marathon (and Other Visitor Tips)

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April is a great time to visit Boston to watch the Boston Marathon (or run it, if you’re so included) and enjoy the other Patriot’s Day events in Boston. Patriot’s Day is an official holiday in Massachusetts (and Maine) and that weekend is full of celebrations and events. It recognizes the first battle of the […]

Things To Do in Washington DC in April 2018

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Spring is one of the most popular times to visit Washington, DC thanks to the Cherry Blossom Festival, but there are many more things to do in April in Washington, DC, especially as the Cherry Blossoms might bloom in March this year!  The city is at its prettiest in the Spring so its a great […]

All the Things to Do in Boston in April (2018)

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This post lists top things to do in Boston in April as well as things to do at night, free activities and family friendly events. Family Friendly Activities Boston Weather in April Free Tours by Foot Boston Top Things to do in April Things to Do at Night in Boston in April Free Things to […]

Take the Streetcar to the Garden District

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New Orleans cable car

This post is about taking the St. Charles Streetcar from the French Quarter to the Garden District, including where to board, fares and passes as well as a guide to riding New Orleans Streetcars.   Where to Board Fares + Passes New Orleans Streetcar Guide Free Tours by Foot Tour of the Garden District Guide to […]

Boston Public Library Tours | Visitor’s Information

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The Boston Public Library is a gem of architectural design in Boston and the best way to visit it is with one of their Free Art and Architecture Tours. Getting to the Boston Public Library Boston Public Library Tours What To Do Nearby Free Tours by Foot Boston Be sure to look into other Things […]

Visiting Lexington & Concord from Boston

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The first shots of the Revolutionary War (War of Independence, depending on which side you were one) were fired as the sun rose over Lexington, Massachusetts. While visiting Boston, you’ll be inundated with Revolutionary War history and sites, but why not start from the beginning? Leaving Boston, you can follow the British foot steps, but […]

White House Garden Tour

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White House Garden Tour Tickets

This post explains how to obtained timed tickets to the White Garden Tours, which take place 2 times every year. While you can request to tour the White House any time of year, only twice a year are the White House Gardens open to the public. You can stroll through the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, the […]

Symphony Hall in Boston (and How to Tour for Free!)

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Symphony Hall Boston

Symphony Hall is one of the country’s premier concert halls and it’s a beautiful Boston landmark. It is home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and if your budget and time allows, we highly recommend attending a concert. Symphony Hall was built in 1900 as one of the first auditoriums to be designed with acoustics in […]

Top 11 Things To Do in Boston (and a few extra for 2018)

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This post has information on the best things to do in Boston. Below you can find links to information on the city’s top attractions, museums, points of interest, kid-friendly activities, food, self-guided tours of various neighborhoods, and suggestions for things to do at night.  Each link leads to a much more comprehensive page on that […]