Posts tagged walking tour
3 Highlights From Our New Favorite Sidewalk

A Street Art Walk of Shepard Fairey’s Lower East Side

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

Few other artists of the last decade have left their mark on national politics, American culture, and the country’s zeitgeist as much as Shepard Fairey. To celebrate this remarkable artist, this week we feature 3 highlights from one of our favorite new Sidewalks - Shepard Fairey's Lower East Side: Stencils, Murals & Street Art.

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9 Photos To Inspire You To Explore

The High Line Park - New York City

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

The High Line is a prime example of New York’s ability to to transform, adapt, and re-invent itself. Today the rail cars have been replaced with wildflowers, the locomotives are gone and pedestrians are the victors. The once abandoned railroad track is now one of the top attractions in New York and is ready for you to explore.

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4 Alternatives to the Pumpkin Spice Latte

I Secretly Love PSLs

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

I’ve held out for 14 years to drink a Pumpkin Spice Latte. Today I sipped my first one. Passport to Flavortown!

See how PSLs have altered the trajectory of my life. And while you’re at it, check out 4 alternatives to the Fall classic that will broaden your coffee horizons.

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Unexpected Sumo Matches, Judging Vacations & the Art of Meandering

Word on the Street: 8 Questions with Katie from The Budget Backpack

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

Meet Katie, the Guide behind “Boston to Cambridge: Parks, Brownstones and a Killer Skyline.” She opens up on why to cross bridges, the joys of solo travel, and best way to explore Boston.

 

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