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Sports and Recreation

The ABCs of things to see in Central Park

Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, Central Park opened to the public in 1858, and totals some 843 acres in the heart of Manhattan. There's so many things to see in Central Park that surprise and entertain — a veritable alphabet of possibilities. Here's…
Kenny Monteith
January 4, 2017

Dubai: 12 festivals for every kind of traveler

Contrary to popular belief, there’s so much more to the city of Dubai than the biggest malls and the tallest buildings in the world. Full of surprises, Dubai shows its adventurous, creative, and even humorous side through its many festivals throughout the calendar year. Here’s…
Kyle Coleman
July 13, 2016

3 ways to visit the Grand Canyon on your Las Vegas vacation

  Las Vegas attracts visitors of all sorts with some of its most famous features: indulgent dining experiences, beat-pumping nightclubs and gaming opportunities on alluring casino floors. Yet outdoor enthusiasts are also drawn to the city, thanks to its relatively close distance to the Grand…
Kyle Coleman
July 6, 2016

Day trips from Denver to Rocky Mountain National Park

Visiting Denver is a treat in and of itself. There's the booming brewing industry, world-class culinary adventures, and vibrant nightlife. And for outdoor enthusiasts, the city's bikeability and its gorgeous scenery make the Mile High City something of an oasis. An added bonus for those…
Kyle Coleman
May 31, 2016

Best kept secrets of the outdoors in San Jose, Costa Rica

While known more as a metropolis jungle adorned with Spanish architecture, historic monuments, charming museums, and eye-catching plazas, San José offers a robust selection for outdoor travel. Take advantage of Costa Rica's tropical climate and go beyond the capital city's bustling cobblestone streets for a unique…
Kyle Coleman
May 25, 2016

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