The Best Four Ways to Tour Central Park

August 27th, 2016

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The Various Ways You Can Tour Central Park An iconic city park planned by notable landscape architect Fredrick Law Olmstead, Central Park is one of the most notable parks in the entire world. An incredible 2.5 miles long and 0.5 miles wide, the park takes up an area of 843 acres in one of the … Continued

Have you visited a national park lately? Did you read a book while you were there? The National Park Service (NPS) turned 100 years old yesterday! NPS oversees 412 national parks, monuments, battlefields, lakeshores, scenic rivers and trails, and even the White House, covering more than 84 million acres across the U.S. In 2015, more than … Continued

We are very lucky at WSGT to have talented individuals participate in our contests and most recently, the Travel Writing Award. To say thanks, we will be featuring five writers each week who are currently displaying the WSGT Travel Badge. Christianne Noelle de Vera “I hope to be able to translate some of my thoughts, … Continued

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Traveling in Mexico is often an adventure. But in my case, it was getting into Mexico that was the adventure. Or, more specifically getting out of customs. The year was 1984 and I was involved in shooting a series of commercials for Kool Cigarettes. As Exec. Producer of a production company in Hollywood, I had … Continued

Gay Tokyo is mainly congregated in Shinjuku’s Ni-chōme (Area 2) where all the action happens. Ni-Chōme is a small area in Shinjuku, forming the hub of the gay scene, which is famous for having the world’s highest concentration of gay bars with over 300 crammed together. Gay couple Stefan and Sebastien visited earlier this year and give their … Continued

There is deep symbolism in a place where three major highways meet as well as the mighty Fraser and Coquihalla rivers. Hope, British Columbia is known as a top wedding destination, fertile salmon spawning site, historic trading route and so much more. From sidewalks lined with chainsaw carvings to antique cars bumbling down narrow streets, Hope’s culture surprises those … Continued

Northern California is home to some of the most amazing sights and sounds. Most notably are Sonoma and Napa Valleys. Wine Country has undergone a boom in tourism, which once was a humble 25 Napa wineries in 1975. Fast forward to today and there are well over 400 wineries in Napa and Sonoma Counties. In … Continued

Berlin is super gay. Gayness is so well accepted in every aspect of society that you’ll find sprinkles of it everywhere. It also had the world’s first ever gay village – in Schöneberg, since the 1920s. The gay scene is now spread throughout the city with plenty to keep everyone happy. Most hotels are used to gay couples and … Continued