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Originally posted on GoGirlGuides.com on 3/9/11:They don’t call Manhattan the Big Apple for nothing! For first-timers and locals alike, it’s easy to get overwhelmed in such a vibrant city packed with world-class hotels, shopping, restaurants, museums and night life.Here are 5 top Go! Girl NYC hot spots that will keep

Random musings about the week's most interesting travel articles... -If you thought the "Haunted Mansion" ride at Disney was scary, a UK Theme Park boasts an honest to God headless monk that haunts the grounds and causes a ruckus. (Jaunted)-Darth Vader is finding an image boost this month. First, he made a

When planning a trip do you secretly yearn for exotic locales but always seem to end up on the same old vacation? This summer, don’t spend another week sprawled out on the beach. With a proliferation of options and the recent unveiling of National Geographic Adventures, there’s never been a

 Photo credit: serge de garcia With freezing temperatures and the weekly snowstorm dropping inches upon inches of snow, what’s a bored, depressed New Yorker to do? Thanks to the Openhouse Gallery and their “Park Here” exhibition, they can go to the park and get a glimpse of spring.Actually, it’s

Random musings about the week's most interesting travel articles... You always hear that blondes have more fun. Well, this so-called "fantasy resort" in the Maldives is switching things up a bit and putting the blondies to work. (Huffington Post) Instead of giving the kids a coloring book to keep them

The line between travel and technology has just gotten a little thinner. With today's unveiling of the Google Art Project, art enthusiasts, teachers and travelers alike can universally access 17 of the world's best art museums, including New York's MOMA, the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and France's Palace

Random musings about the week's most interesting travel articles... Wanna fly on a private jet? Well, if you have $1000 to spare, now you can. (Jaunted)  The happiness continues for the rescued Chilean Miners. They're heading to Disney World! (Huffington Post)Do you want to travel the world for 80 days for

I can officially say that I hiked the bottom of the Grand Canyon. BACKGROUND After 13 months of planning, countless "prep" hikes, two flights and a 4 hour drive, we finally arrived to the Bright Angel trail head on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. I have to say that when

The quest to complete my 55 Places continues... During my month-long trip to New Zealand, I was able to cross off my bucket list item #25, "Try not to lose my footing on a glacier", at Franz Josef Glacier on the west coast of the South Island. I had been fortunate

After my fantastic relaxing break in the fall-drenched Queenstown, I was rested and off to complete the last leg of my journey. I took the InterCity bus from Queenstown to Franz Josef Glacier, an 8 hour bus ride that could have easily been done in 6 hours (because they stopped every

Every summer when I was growing up, my parents would dutifully take me on trips to some of America’s finest national parks. Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, Glacier, the Grand Tetons, Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park… We’d go for two weeks and try to explore as much as possible, having fun

If you know me, you know I tend to stay on the safe side of the street; I don’t really seek out danger or adventure. But something has gotten into me, and I’ve fully embraced the adrenaline-filled activities that New Zealand is known for. Last Sunday, I went whitewater rafting