Archive for April, 2013
The thirty story Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel is the perfect example of San Diego’s coastal culture and lifestyle. This hotel is adjacent to the San Diego Convention Center and just minutes from San Diego’s international airport! Complete with delicious restaurants and easy access to the Gaslamp Quarter, East Village, world-class shopping, and recreation, the Hilton is another great place to stay! Not to mention how close it is to Petco Park, to get your homeruns in, and the Embarcadero Marina Park, featuring fishing piers, basketball courts, gazebos, and concessions!
Ever visited the Navy Memorial? It includes both a commemorative public plaza and a Naval Heritage Center! The plaza is a round ceremonial amphitheater paved in granite to form a 100-foot diameter of the earth. Surrounded by the deck of the plaza are fountains, pools, flagpole masts, and sculptural panels that depict historic achievements of US naval services. View its beauty and learn about the history that created it!
Beyond the historic downtown Theatre District, there are even more Boston theaters scattered across Fenway, the South End neighborhoods, and in the city of Cambridge. Enjoy productions at the Boston Opera House, the Charles Playhouse, the Colonial Theatre, the Modern Theatre at Suffolk University, and many more! If you looking for a laugh, the Theatre District also has a number of comedy clubs. And if you want to dine nearby, you’ll find an abundance of restaurant options within a mere few steps of the theatre of your choice!
Did you know that Smather’s Beach is the largest public beach in Key West? It’s a half mile long and is located on the south side of the island along the Atlantic Ocean beginning at mile maker zero! The beach is truly a tropical paradise, lined with coconut trees and featuring watersport rentals like jet skiing, parasailing, and windsurfing! Enjoy the ample parking, restrooms, concession stands, chair rentals, bike paths, picnic tables, and volleyball nets!
Did you know that Forsyth Park is the largest and oldest park in Savannah? Its 30 acres house the perfect setting for all kinds of activities that thousands of families enjoy every year! It was created in 1851 and was named after Georgia Governor, John Forsyth. The beautiful park contains several monuments that pay tribute to soldiers who fought in the Spanish-American Wars and the American Civil War! Come enjoy this idyllic setting for sports, running, and relaxing!
Visit the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world! First launched in 1797, the Constitution was one of six ships ordered for construction by George Washington to protect America’s growing naval interests. She defeated British frigates in the War of 1812 and was consequently named “Old Ironsides.” Apart of the Freedom Trail, the USS Constitution is definitely a must-see stop in your Boston Tour!