We're driving from Chicago to Garden City, SC (20 miles from Myrtle Beach) this weekend. We'll have kids ranging from 7 to 2 1/2. We'd like to spend an afternoon doing something fun on the way down to break up the trip a little. And we're also looking for suggestions in the Myrtle Beach/Garden City area, especially rainy day stuff, as the ocean and pool will probably take care of the nice days. We were thinking of stopping in Smokey Mt. Nat'l Park, at the north visitor center, near Gatlinburg. Does anyone have any specific suggestions for easy hikes or anything to do fairly close to the visitor center. We'll only have the 7 and 4 year old with us on the way down.
I'm driving my parents to Branson to enjoy a few days of shows and shopping. The only reason I'll be there is the drive them around. I'd really like to explore some small towns to antique and enjoy local food while they do their thing. Any suggestions of some out of the way places or hole-in-the-walls?
are there any places to do a manta ray snorkel without involving a tour company?
If so, what does one bring to such event? Underwater flashlight? Is a camera with flash ok?
I'm an experienced day time snorkeler but have no clue what to bring to this party and expect so your advice and tiips would be appreciated.
Want to take photos of Trump buildings when I visit in June.
Prefer those with his name displayed.
Compiled this list from wiki.
Any corrections, additions, comments, etc., appreciated!!
Thanks in advance:
Trump Tower, 725 Fifth Avenue, Midtown Manhattan: A 68-story mixed-use tower
Trump World Tower, 845 United Nations Plaza, Midtown Manhattan
AXA Financial Center 1290 Avenue of the Americas
The Trump Building at 40 Wall Street
Riverside South/Trump Place address?
Trump International Hotel and Tower New York address?
Trump Park Avenue Park Avenue & 59th Street
Central Park Carousel address?
Wollman Rink: public ice rink southern part of Central Park address?
Trump licenses name:
Trump Palace: 200 East 69th Street
Trump Parc 38-story & Trump Parc East 14-story: adjoining buildings Central Park South, SW corner Avenue of the Americas.
Trump Plaza: 167 East 61st Street, 39-story
610 Park Avenue (Old Mayfair Hotel)
Trump SoHo: Hotel Condominium (under construction??) address?
Please,be so kind as to respond the questions bellow, for two scenarios :
A-Travelling in may-jun
B-Travelling in august
1-Which routes to take?Hotels?,etc ?
2-Best stops and places,preferably near the sea
3-What to see
4-What to do? (walking is not a problem for us)
Thank you so much indeed
I'm planning on going to the mob museum and planning to shop at the big and tall store on 4211 Paradise Rd. I'm from Canada. What's the safest mode of transport and are those locations safe to travel? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
1) Friends have suggested to take an Aerial tour and Glacier landing in Denali, from Anchorage. Is it really something not to be missed ? Our plan is arriving in Anchorage 3rd June @ noon, explore Anchorage & Denali. Have to reach Seward on 6th June, to catch the 9 pm Cruise from there. We have already planned to do visit the Matanuska glacier, Lake Eklutna, during our 2 day stay Anchorage. 2) How long would visit/hike of the Matanuska glacier take ?
Driving my 83 yr. old mom down to Nashville for a few days from Chicago, leaving Tuesday in early June to see family on Thursday. Is there any place sorta close or on the way worth stopping at? I'm thinking maybe a few hours radius of Nashville. She can walk, but she's not a hiker. Loves historic stuff, gardens, events. Maybe Tuesday night arrive late and stay outside of Nashville and do something fun Wednesday and drive in to Nashville Wed. Afternoon. Ideas for a good stopping point? Thanks!!!
With all the info just now about delays in US airports going thru Security, I am wondering if it is going to affect me, as I have to change planes, flying in from Mexico and continuing to Europe.
I know that in all US airports one has to reclaim their luggage where you go thru Immigration, but when you put it back into the system to be forwarded on, are you then still able to stay behind the Security system, or are you back out and need to go thru it to make your connecting flight?
I'll be flying into Denver on Wednesday morning and have a layover until late at night. I was hoping to experience as much of Denver as much as I can, I hear the city is not too far away.
Would love to hear of some can't miss places to experience with the short amount of time I have. Love food so suggestions always welcome as well.
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