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St. Patrick’s Day Parties

Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

St. Patrick’s Day Parties

St. Patrick’s Day Parties You’ll Still Remember The Next Morning   With more than 33 million (around 10% of) Americans identifying as Irish-American, it stands to reason that St. Patrick’s Day is a pretty big deal here. However, if you’re working to keep entertained a family of young children, your party mad cousin, and your teetotaler aunt, you need holiday solutions that are enjoyable for such a diverse crowd. Try these ideas for St. Patrick’s Day parties and celebrate the luck of the Irish!   Personality Party If your guests are good for a little game, try a...

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Frustrated by fluctuating hotel prices?

Posted by on Feb 9, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Frustrated by fluctuating hotel prices?

What causes fluctuating hotel prices? Why does the hotel you stayed at in November costs twice as much in May? You may not find it surprising that hotel industry rates work on supply and demand. To have an accurate idea of this demand, hotels collect their own data data and data from nearby hotels about their occupancy rates, or in other words, exactly how many rooms they’re likely to sell for any given day of the year. In November, for example, a hotel in Cancun, Mexico may have a tendency for low occupancy but in May, the same hotel is nearly full. This pattern creates what the hotel...

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Wild and Weird Louisville

Posted by on Jan 25, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Want to know what to do in Louisville after you’ve been down tourists row? There’s a lot of Louisville to experience, and we have a special love of the strange, wacky, and “off the beaten-path” attractions. Here are 3 of our weirdest “not for tourists” picks:   Colonel Sanders Gravesite Colonel Harlan Sanders is far and away the most revered Kentucky gentleman ever to live. If you’ve ever had his famous fried chicken you might be willing to make the pilgrimage to his gravesite, conveniently located in Cave Hill cemetery — right in the heart of Louisville! Address: 701 Baxter Ave.,...

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3 Things You Should See in New Orleans

Posted by on Jan 3, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

New Orleans is a non-stop party filled with traditional jazz & blues, historic landmarks, beautiful parks, and excellent food. With so many sites to see, where do you even begin? Here are 3 of the hotspots you won’t want to miss. Preservation Hall An intimate jazz club featuring concerts 7 nights a week, Preservation Hall was established to preserve and carry on authentic, traditional jazz in New Orleans. Visitors and locals alike can be found here to catch some live jazz and blues near the French Quarter.   Jackson Square This lively and historic park is in the center of it...

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Making the Most of Your Kentucky Derby Trip

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Making the Most of Your Kentucky Derby Trip

The Kentucky Derby is more than just “the most exciting two minutes of sports” — it’s a festival celebrated in the weeks leading up to it. If you’re planning on attending the “Run for the Roses” in 2016, you’ll want to check out everything that Louisville, KY has to offer.   Taste bourbon on a distillery tour   From small, micro-distilleries to the world’s largest producers, Kentucky is home to over 20 bourbon distilleries. While in town for the Derby, why not titillate your taste-buds while learning a bit about your favorite bourbon’s history and process? Start at the...

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Worst Case – How to Survive Being Stranded in Another Country

Posted by on Nov 17, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Worst Case – How to Survive Being Stranded in Another Country

Traveling abroad can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. Preparing your travel plans ahead of time can help to ensure that your trip is not only enjoyable, but keeps you safe in a worst-case scenario. Here are some of our recommended tips if you find yourself stranded in another country. Plan for the Worst- Before You Leave Home 1) If you are a US citizen traveling abroad, it’s a good idea to check with the US Department of State before selecting your travel destination. The Department of State issues travel warnings and may recommend a postponement of your trip based on terrorist...

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Buying a Super Bowl Package on a Budget

Posted by on Oct 12, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Buying a Super Bowl Package on a Budget

  Are you finally ready to cross off that big Bucket List item and actually get your  a** to a Super Bowl? Have you been looking at Super Bowl travel packages for years only to see that they just seem to be getting more and more expensive?  Well, unfortunately, we can’t do anything about the fact that inflation and demand just keep driving those prices, but we can give you a few helpful tips that will make your life-long dream of going to the Super Bowl possible, even on a budget. 1)      Buy Early- The earlier you can buy flights, rental car, and your package for the Super Bowl the...

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When and Where is the 2015 Super Bowl?

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

When and Where is the 2015 Super Bowl?

Now that football season is finally here, we are all looking towards the “Big Game”- Super Bowl  XLIX.  Here is a quick guide to the location, date and a few other fun facts for the Super Bowl in 2015   When is Super Bowl XLIX?- The date for Super Bowl 49 otherwise known as Super Bowl XLVIX is Sunday February 1, 2015.  It is easy to get confused, since the majority of the NFL football season takes place in 2014, it is common for people to mistakenly refer to Super Bowl 49 as the 2013 Super Bowl, when it should be referred to as the 2014 Super Bowl, since it really does take...

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NYC’s Most Outrageous Luxury Super Bowl Packages

Posted by on Jan 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

NYC’s Most Outrageous Luxury Super Bowl Packages

No matter where the Super Bowl is held, you can always expect to pay a premium.  So, in a city like New York, that can proudly claim having more  billionaires (that’s right…with a B) in residence than any other city in the world, you might guess you’d find the most luxurious Super Bowl packages ever offered…in the history of Super Bowl packages. This recent ABC story  showcases some of the most insane Super Bowl packages we’ve ever seen.  From Jet Charters with private chefs and helicopter transfers to the game, to suites at the St. Regis for $40,000 a night,...

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What to do in NYC for Super Bowl

Posted by on Jan 22, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

What to do in NYC for Super Bowl

New York City has long been known at the “center of the world”. Now one of the most prestigious events, Super Bowl XLVIII, is about to explode onto the scene. So let’s see…what’s to do in the Big Apple for Super Bowl weekend? If you are lucky enough to get your hands on a ticket to ESPN’s “The Party” or Jock’s and Jill’s in the Dragonfly, be prepared to be star-struck. You will rub elbows with more celebrities and athletes than you’d ever guess could fit in a room together. If you can’t decide whether or not to splurge for the Maxim party or Leather and Laces, don’t worry, you won’t have to....

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