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Travel to NYC to See the Top Must See Broadway Shows

New York City is known for offering many tourist attractions, especially those around the holiday season.  One of the most popular attractions for tourists is hitting up Times Square and the Theatre district to watch the top must see...

Volunteer Vacations

The holidays are a time to not only be with family and friends but to also help people who may not be as fortunate as you are. There are many great ways to give back to others while embarking on a new adventure. Consider going on a...

Planning a Mission Trip as Your Holiday Travel

The holiday season is a time to give back, so use some of your time off this holiday season to bring joy to others. Consider traveling with some of the following organizations that help others through mission trips: Restoration...

Thanksgiving Dinner to Go: Best Restaurants for Thanksgiving Dinner

If cleaning and cooking for hours in anticipation of a house full of guests for Thanksgiving doesn’t sound like your type of party, you are not alone. According to the Nation’s Restaurant News, 14 million consumers will visit a restaurant...

Turkey Hunting Tips and Trips

Forget buying the turkey from the store; take matters into your own hands this holiday season. Round up the family, and turn your Thanksgiving dinner into an activity by taking a turkey hunting trip! Make your trip a success with the...

Stress Free Holiday Tips for Spending Time with Family

While we all know that the holiday season is a time to be jolly, between spending time with family, gift-giving, and ensuring your household is visitor-ready, it can quickly become a stressful time of year. The Parking Spot wants to help...

The Macy’s New York Thanksgiving Parade

New York is undoubtedly one of the most popular choices for people to spend their Thanksgiving, in part due to the opportunity to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The extravagant floats, massive balloons, unforgettable characters...

Relive the First Thanksgiving Meal

In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a feast that we now acknowledge as the first Thanksgiving meal.  More than three centuries later we have evolved that celebration into our own traditions. Many New England towns...

Take a Trip Back in History with a Williamsburg Tour

If you’ve ever wondered what it was like back when America was just becoming a country, then a visit to Colonial Williamsburg should be your next trip. The historic district of Colonial Williamsburg is the blending of a historical landmark...

Trick or Treat Safety Tips

With only a couple of days left until Halloween, parents around the country are perfecting their children’s princess, animal, and superhero costumes to make their little ones enjoy this fun holiday. However, while on the prowl for your...