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Tips and suggestions on places to enjoy without renting wheels (bicycles excluded, of course).

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New Orleans and Louisiana 1 Reply

One of my favorite North American cities is New Orleans. The architecture is incredible, and the contrast between the gorgeously bustling tourist-filled French Quarter and the stately Garden…Continue

Started by Paul Chibeba. Last reply by Sharon McDonnell Jul 4, 2010.

New York, New York and car-free trips out of the city 2 Replies

I'd love to hear more suggestions and tips for great day-trips from New York City that don't involve renting a car. What are your favorite day-trips? How about towns and cities in New Jersey…Continue

Started by Paul Chibeba. Last reply by Paul Chibeba May 2, 2010.

Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and Whistler 1 Reply

A few years’ ago I explored the cities of Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver and Whistler in Washington State and Canada. I’d been looking at the sky high prices of flights to Vancouver (from New York) for…Continue

Started by Paul Chibeba. Last reply by Ed Wetschler Apr 17, 2010.

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Comment by James Morris on November 30, 2011 at 6:58pm

Canada's top seasonal fine dining restaurant, Rundles, will celebrate its 35th year in 2012.

Rundles reopens on Friday, May 25th, and closes after services on Saturday, September 29th, 2012.

www.rundlesrestaurant.com

dine@rundlesrestaurant.com  

Stratford, Ontario, Canada.

Comment by Allie McCoy on April 9, 2010 at 9:04pm
I just discovered this group. I like the topic very much, but I'm disappointed with the Walkable US Cities story. I do not need guidance for Philadelphia or New York City, but I do need it for other cities, yet this story offered no information at all. For example, I would like to know where in Los Angeles we should walk. But I think you, Mr. Chibeba, would know that better than the person who all to quickly wrote the Walkable US Cities article.
Comment by Paul Chibeba on April 9, 2010 at 7:18pm
TheDailyGreen.com has put together a neat slideshow highlighting the most walkable US cities, based on a new list from WalkScore.com.

It's nice to see Los Angeles makes the list.
Comment by Mary D'Ambrosio on April 6, 2010 at 11:12pm
Northwest Connecticut and the southern Berkshires, for wonderful for biking. From NYC, take Metro North, the commuter rail, to the end of the line in Wassaic. From there it's all bike: paths, rolling hills, lakes, muffins, Queen Anne's lace...
Comment by John Kipper on April 5, 2010 at 2:54pm
I second, third, fourth and fifth that motion, Wendy. And thanks, Paul, for creating this group!
Comment by Wendy Capra on April 5, 2010 at 2:52pm
What a great idea for a group. Can I say it? I HATE TO DRIVE. I'm all for going to places where you can walk, hike, cycle, or otherwise use your own tootsies. You really get to know a place when you move at human speed.

Worst offender I've ever been to: the Orlando/theme park hell in Central Florida.
Comment by Paul Chibeba on April 5, 2010 at 2:41pm
Well, I love to avoid the hassle and stress of dealing with a rental car when I'm on vacation, so many of my trips are to cities where it's easy to wander around. I've just posted a quick write-up on Providence, RI - one of my favorite US cities - to start things off.

I've become quite the expert at avoiding driving in the United States. Remind me to tell you about walking Los Angeles from Santa Monica to downtown, and all the cool neighborhood enroute!
 

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