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Valentine’s Day is a special holiday for many love-birds out there. Whether you’re planning a getaway to warmer climates on the West coast or in the deep South, or if you’re stumped for romantic Valentine’s Day plans, CityPASS has got you covered!
The frigid temps that have recently beset Boston and the rest of the East Coast—with wind chills dipping way below zero—might lead you to believe that one might not want to visit a drinking establishment made completely out of ice, especially at this incredibly chilly time of year. But you'll feel differently about Frost Ice Bar.
San Francisco and Monterey, California are only 110 miles apart. Hardly much of a drive, a little under two hours is all. Winter months are some of the best for venturing up and down this stretch of the California coastline. Here are just a few events and places you might want to check out when you find yourself visiting San Francisco attractions or in the smaller hamlets of Pacifica, Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz.
Philadelphia’s annual New Year’s Day Mummers Parade brings thousands of visitors to the city to see this one-of-a-kind spectacle. In addition to entertaining thousands of native Philadelphians and tourists who come to view the event, the Mummers Parade is more than just a tradition in the City of Brotherly Love -- it’s a competition.
If you spend all of your time decorating, shopping, cooking, cleaning and scribbling cards, you’ll miss the best part of the Holiday Season: Getting out and making memories with your family! If you're looking for some outdoor holiday fun, a visit to Houston might be in order, where balmy temps often allow for fresh air festivities.
With the upcoming Hanukkah holiday in mind, CityPASS would like to show you some of the biggest, brightest, and most festive menorah lighting ceremonies around the U.S. Whether you're Jewish by faith, by birth, or not at all, the cultural significance of these ceremonies is something that can be enjoyed by all. Happy Hanukkah!