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An unique history getaway for President’s Day weekend

What adjective would you use to describe your weekend getaway?? Literary? Refreshing!? How about dreamy?? Try these great historical excursions for a different trip from the usual.

San Francisco:

If you were part of the subculture during the Summer of Love, you will definitely experience the desire to go to Haight-Ashbury. If you weren’t a flower child, There’s so much to see and do near the intersection of these popular roads.

Do: Embrace your interior Flower Child and tour The Haight

Take the Flower Power Walking Tour and be your own direct guide. Some will surely see The Apartments of The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, and Janis Joplin. Walk the side streets of Haight Ashbury and Cole Valley, where Victorian housing is abundant. The Haight has a wide variety of cafes — why not stop for a lunch stop at Ben & Jerry’s Cherry Garcia?

Available in limeade and fresh baked sweets, a glass of wine in the cocktail lounge next door named Swank, and available continental breakfast on the day, what more could you want?? The place seems to be The site for attending The Haight and The Golden Gate Park.

New York City:

New York City is the world’s largest posting capital. Revel in the literary splendors and plan a trip to suit the occasion. New York Public Library is a great open Library, and there is much extra entertainment to be had in the above legendary city.

Do: You need to find a self-employed worker (Tours, Guides, Guides, and Tours) Greenwich Village

Visit the landmark New York Public Library for their free one-hour excursion Tuesday through Saturday at 11 a. M. To 1: 00 p. M. M. And 2 P. M. And even though Carrie Bradshaw didn’t end up getting married there, It is still an historic historic historical and a prime study library. Last updated by: (http: //www. Sunday. Com /en. Asp? Res= /href# 777879 & en. Fr. Html /www. Asp&q= /, Try the Greenwich Village Literary Pub Crawl that includes writers or someone who hangs out, guzzled, and authored in any of the bars including such Dylan Thomas, Edgar Allen Poe, Louisa May Alcott, and Allen Ginsberg. Last month, see a real show like “The Merchant of Venice” or “Driving Miss Daisy.

The birth place of The New Yorker mag, the Algonquin Hotel is a very apt place for poetry upgrades. Everyone from Maya Angelou to William Faulkner has spent the night, and the Algonquin’s cafe, The Oak Room, is a lovely gastropub that open for a singing sacrament from Harry Connick Jr. And Jamie Cullum. At the Round Table Cafe, where the unique Round Table of screenwriters and reviewers first collected in 1919 to return opinions and ideas has been kept, You can get Dorothy Parker settings and the Hemingway cocktail. Check out The Library Hotel — a wall of glass from The New York Public Library, finish with a reading room and Dewy Decimal. Featuring floorboards.


Remember that preschool history lesson about the Revolutionary War!? I don’t think I’d imagine it. Update your Ram and your tastebuds with a tour to Boston. Visit Paul Revere House and Old North Church along the Freedom Trail, but first get a beer.

Do: Visit the Cheers bar and Visit famous brews

While the Freedom Trail will give you a great overview of the historical attractions of Boston, attempted such halts to experience a little rest and then another stuff Boston is famous for: Beer! Visit 84 Beacon St, previously often called Bull & Finch Pub, where facade pics of the display Cheers have been videoed. For a more honest Boston enjoy!, Take a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery of the Boston Beer Company. Both in Boston, Harpoon Brewery is legendary for its Harpoon IPA. Create another day of attending brews and stop your tour with a Bunker Hill Blueberry Beer at Beer Works in front of Fenway Park.

To proceed with the history concept of your tour, have a sip at the Liberty Hotel’s bar Alibi — situated in the refurbished jail’s past drunk tank. The hotel, the Beacon Hill area is a five minute car ride to Boston Common, blocks from the Charles River, and within minute of the brews mentioned above.


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