Posts about ‘Florida’

Museums don’t have to be a snoozefest. And they’re not all littered with ‘please don’t touch’ signs. Here are some great museums for kids that your little ones will actually want to return to. Children’s Museum Indianapolis; Indianapolis, IN This place regularly shows up on lists of the country’s best children’s museums, and for good reason. Believed to be the [read more…]

When you’re far from home, nothing hits the spot quite like comfort food at a comforting price. Try one of these grilled cheese sandwiches, which are truly a meal in themselves, and all at a price worth melting for. Ms. Cheezious – Miami, FL Eats like the Frito Pie Melt ($7) and Southern Fried Chicken & Waffle Melt ($10) won’t exactly put [read more…]

Dads totally luck out—Father’s Day falls in June, when the weather is warm and the outdoor activities are plentiful. And not only does dear old Dad deserves nothing but the best for Father’s Day, but experiential gifts trump traditional presents any day. So treat your dad to the best gift you can give him, without bankrupting [read more…]

Tasty, portable, and oh-so trendy, tacos are pretty much the ultimate cheap eats. And we know where to find the good stuff, all over these great United States. These are the best tacos in America, in no particular order. L’patron — Chicago, IL Yes, this foodie paradise is known for flashier establishments like Antique Taco and Big [read more…]

From beaches to people-watching to free museum days, some of the best things to do around Miami don’t cost a dime. But you’ve still gotta find a place to rest your head at night, and that can get pricey. Luckily, we’ve found some cool Miami hotels that’ll leave you with enough cash leftover for a top-shelf [read more…]

When it comes to the fan experience, these baseball stadiums hit it out of the park. PNC Park – If you thought Uber was the most innovative way to get to a sporting event, then you’re in for a pleasant surprise when you cheer on the Pittsburgh Pirates. Walk across the Roberto Clemente Bridge (which closes to traffic [read more…]

Spring break means wet T-shirt contests, Jell-O shots and beaches so overrun you can’t take a selfie without being photobombed. But it doesn’t have to. This year, skip the usual spring break cliches by heading for one of these less-crowded American spring break beaches. Caladesi Island State Park, Florida: In 2008, famed coastal researcher Stephen “Dr. Beach” Leatherman [read more…]

Celebrate Leap Day literally this year. Or, if you’re an adrenaline junkie and can’t wait the whole four years to get your fix, indulge yourself in these death-defying leaps any old time. Enjoy the ride. Skydive into Middle Earth. The eight-mile long Fox Glacier near the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island is consistently [read more…]

Florida is the perfect place to escape in February, when the cold is unrelenting and the spring is still too far off. This time of year, though, just dipping south of the border won’t be enough. You’ve got to go deep into Florida to get the warmth, and there’s no better place for that than [read more…]

As the NBA season heats up this winter, some basketball fans are ready for a fast break. In the case of these b-ball getaways, traveling is actually a good thing. Here are 5 dream destinations for basketball fans. Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts: Located in the supposed birthplace of basketball, the Hoop Hall belongs on every fan’s bucket [read more…]