Hello everyone, I have been super busy at college (UTC) and I have had little time to devote to this blog. 12 hours of difficult summer courses has not been easy! But luckily I have less than two years left before I can finally move away (still trying to decide between NYC and Las Vegas). I am hoping that I will be able to take a semester long internship in both NYC and Las Vegas in the Summer and Fall of 2014. Fingers are crossed! I recently took on a social media/marketing internship for a local shopping center and I …Click Here to Read More about New Changes
With a notorious history of water shortages and unsuccessful water parks and theme parks… Las Vegas is planning on adding two huge ferris wheels and THREE mega-sized water parks!!! Four out of these five planned attractions are set to open next year, in 2013. It all sounds fine and dandy but lets take a look at past failed attempts to keep these sort of attractions open… Wet ‘n Wild Las Vegas – Since closing in 2004, this hot, dry city has not had any water parks, definitely leaving a void in the market. Since, many ideas have been proposed but not have come …Click Here to Read More about Are 3 Water Parks Coming 2 Vegas?!
While many people dread getting older and try to hide their age, others can see the benefits in becoming wiser and wealthier. Not to mention happier – retiring can be quite exciting, especially if you plan on traveling the country! But that will require some “paper” so why not take advantage of some senior discounts. Here’s some of the best deals: Alaska Airlines: 10% off (65+) Alamo: up to 25% off for AARP members American Airlines: various discounts for 65 and up (call before booking for discount) Amtrak: 15% off (62+) Avis: up to 25% off for AARP members Best …Click Here to Read More about Senior Travel Discounts
Take a peak at some of the strangest theme restaurants from all over the world. We’re not just talking about your “standard” Rainforest Cafe, Planet Hollywood, Margaritaville, Hard Rock Cafe or Aquarium Restaurant! These places are truly off the wall innovative and deserve a round of applause for these tiny elements that make one want to fly across the country just to embark into their strange theming. Would you eat in these restaurants? PS – Wikipedia has posted a very intriguing page about themed restaurants, check it out by clicking here.
The largest and most unique mall in America is… The Mall of America, located just 20 minutes outside of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and St. Paul). This mall is located in a large square shape with 4 department stores (one in each corner) and one of the only indoor theme parks in North America, called Nickelodeon Universe, located right in the center of this massive mall. Take a look for your self: What do you think about this mall? I know that I would love for something like this to be built here in Chattanooga!