Travel Blog Posts by Evan Bleier

Things to Do on Labor Day Weekend in Chicago

Navy Pier

Labor Day may mark the unofficial end of summer, but it certainly doesn’t mean the end of summer fun!

If you’re lucky enough to spend the holiday in Chicago, we’ve put together a list of things to do on Labor Day Weekend in Chicago.

Cheap San Francisco Attractions Tickets


San Francisco is known as one of the most enlightened and enthralling cities in the U.S., but it’s also known as one of the most expensive. That said, there are always ways to save money no matter where you go. Here are… [Read More]

Cheap San Diego Attractions Tickets


How do you make a trip to the most scenic city in Southern California even better? By loading up on San Diego Attractions Discount Tickets of course! If you want to get some exercise and take in a show while you are… [Read More]

Cheap New York Attractions Tickets


The prospect of going on a summertime trip to New York City can seem like a daunting one. Finding somewhere to stay can be difficult, getting around is almost always an adventure (at least a small one) and almost everything in NYC… [Read More]

Humpback Whales Flocking to Stellwagen Bank in Massachusetts


It’s the start of Memorial Day weekend in Massachusetts, which means its time for hot dogs, hamburgers, pork sausages, barbecued chicken and humpback whales? Just in time for the start of summer, the humpbacks that frequent the waters of the Stellwagen Bank… [Read More]

Oahu Vacation Tips


If you plan on saying “Aloha” and traveling to Hawaii sometime in the near future, then you should certainly be looking forward to it. Known for surfing, snorkeling, sunshine and SPAM, the 50th state is near the top of the list of… [Read More]

Los Angeles Vacation Tips


Whether you are heading out west for the sunny weather, the beautiful beach or to try and catch a glimpse of a star or two, there are certainly a number of things to know which will make your time in Los Angeles… [Read More]

World Cup Brazil Celebration at San Diego Museum of Man


In advance of the kickoff of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the Museum of Man in San Diego is holding a party later on this month to help build excitement for the event and education city residents on some of the… [Read More]

NEW Despicable Me Ride – Universal Studios Hollywood


After it was such a success at Universal Studios in Orlando, a brand-new ride based off of the hilarious hit Despicable Me has opened up at Universal Studios Hollywood. “Despicable Me Minion Mayhem” is a motion simulator ride that is entirely based… [Read More]

May the Fourth Be With You at Ripley’s Believe It or Not!


Science fiction fans have already had a lot to rejoice about this week with the announcement that “Star Wars: Episode VII” will feature original cast members Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher reprising their 1977 roles, but Star Wars fans who… [Read More]

New York Subway Tips for Tourists


If you plan on visiting New York City in the near future, or really any time in general, preparing yourself to navigate the subway makes a lot of sense. To be sure, you can get around in NYC via cabs, buses or… [Read More]

Kennedy Space Center Tourism


For an out-of-this-world experience in Central Florida, blast off with a tour of the Kennedy Space Center while you are visiting either Orlando or Miami. Since 1968, every single human space flight from the United States has launched from the Kennedy Space… [Read More]

San Diego Vacation Tips


One of the best things about traveling to San Diego is that the city’s usually phenomenal weather means that no matter what you pack (or forget to pack in your suitcase), you will almost certainly be comfortable. So load up on sneakers,… [Read More]

Boston Vacation Tips


Whether you are planning to come to Boston in order to soak up some history, look at a college, take in a Red Sox game or just have a good old-fashioned visit in one America’s greatest cities, there are certainly a few… [Read More]

Discount Red Sox Tickets


It’s the second week of April, the snow is gone for good (hopefully) and that means that baseball season will be going on for the six months or so for most teams and for a little bit longer for the skilled squads… [Read More]

Top New York Tourist Attractions


The ides of March are in the rearview mirror and, even though it may not seem like it depending on what the weather is like where you are, summer is just around the corner. That doesn’t mean to take spring for granted… [Read More]

Museum of the City of New York Events


Since it was founded almost 100 years ago in 1923, the Museum of the City of New York has been helping visitors connect the dots between the past, present, and future of NYC. Located at 1220 Fifth Avenue and 103rd Street in… [Read More]

St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles 2014


Although St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t exactly scream fun in the sun, maybe it should. For revelers who will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Los Angeles this year, there are actually a wide variety of places to go and a number of… [Read More]

March Madness Travel Tips


When the NCAA March Madness tournament kicks off on March 18 and 19 at the UD Arena in Dayton, Ohio, you are going to want to have your bracket filled out and at the ready (possibly even laminated to prevent it from… [Read More]

NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2014


One of the largest St. Paddy’s Day parades in the country (and probably the world), the New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade, is not to be missed and the 2014 edition is right around the corner. If you are planning to be… [Read More]

NYC St. Patrick’s Day 2014


What better way is there to start off the work week than by taking the day off and celebrating one of the most boisterous holidays on the American calendar in one of the rowdiest cities in the U.S.? The NYC St. Patrick’s… [Read More]

L.A. Natural History Museum Butterfly Pavilion


Beginning on Sunday, April 13 at the L.A. Natural History Museum, the Butterfly Pavilion will be opening up again for the 16th straight year. Featuring 30 free-flying species of our colorful airborne friends, the Butterfly Pavilion is definitely worth seeing before it… [Read More]

Things to do on Valentine’s Day in Chicago


Anyone who is heading to the SecondCity for Valentine’s Day should expect a first-rate time as there are tons of great things to do in Chicago that will delight couples and singles alike! For a romantic evening with some stellar Italian food,… [Read More]

Things to do on Valentine’s Day in San Francisco


For people who will be spending Valentine’s Day in San Francisco with that special someone or while flying solo, there are tons of great options to help celebrate the holiday. In addition to all of the regular things to do in San… [Read More]

Where to Watch the Super Bowl in San Francisco

Again, it's not like you're likely to get an aerial view, but it's going to be a really cool shot regardless.

If you are going to be in San Francisco on Sunday, chances are you will run into far more Denver Broncos fans than are usually in town. These won’t necessarily be people from Colorado, but rather native San Franciscans who are rooting… [Read More]