People are always asking us for ideas on one-or-two day getaways that are relatively local, not too expensive… and FUN! We recently went on a one-day/overnight trip and had a blast.
So we thought we’d share our getaway experiences with you. Feel free to use any of these ideas as a guide to plan a day-or-two away from home or share any of your favorite getaways. It feels wonderful to take a short break and come back feeling energized. Surprise your honey and make it even more fun!
Put on your dancing shoes! Enjoy FREE Outdoor Summer Concerts featuring Live Band performances at Foster City’s beautiful Amphitheater overlooking the Lagoon. It’s a perfect setting to dance the night away to all your favorite music – Blues, Country, Rock, Soul, Oldies… and more!
Want to make this Independence Day one to remember? Treat yourself, your loved ones, friends, business associates or clients to a FUN 4th of July atop the Empire State Building’s Observation Deck and get a bird’s eye view of New York City’s spectacular fireworks. Or take a Evening Cruise and see the fireworks close-up over the water. Either way, it’s sure to be a memorable experience.
We anticipate that ALL of these Tours and Cruises will be SOLD OUT well before the 4th of July, so don’t wait until the last minute – talk it over ASAP and book your reservations now!
Ireland’s Top 15+ Attractions
Rich in culture, history and tradition, Ireland is also known for its breathtaking scenery, magnificent gardens, world-class golf courses, and ancient castles. The Irish word for fun is “Craic” (pronounced crack) – and there’s certainly no shortage of Fun Things To Do in the Emerald Isle. Here are some of the most popular “must-see” tourist attractions:
“Picasso: Masterpiecesfrom the Musée National Picasso, Paris” Exhibit at de Young Museum, San Francisco June 11 – October 9, 2011
Picasso lovers won’t want to miss this exciting exhibit. “Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris” comes to the de Young in San Francisco (the nation’s fourth most visited art museum) as part of an international tour that began in 2008 with stops at museums in Madrid, Helsinki, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Seattle, Richmond (VA), San Francisco and Sydney. The once-in-a-lifetime exhibit runs from June 11 thru’ October 9, 2011.