Need to infuse your end-of-summer plans with some tunes? If you live within driving distance of eastern Pennsylvania, you still have time to catch lots of bands and performers at Musikfest.
You’ve made your festival selection, loaded your GoogleMaps, checked the tires on the car and filled your cooler with your favorite drinks and snacks. You’ve even remembered to put the folding beach chair or portable hammock in the trunk — but festival pros know planning doesn’t stop there. Here’s what you need to bring along to make the most of those sunny dog days:
Summer is peak travel time for families, with the kids out of school and the weather a little more amenable to those traveling with small children. However, gone are the days where most families just head to the beach or take a big family trip to the lake.
For some, summer doesn’t start until the wet drops from their kid’s perfectly executed cannonball lands on their body. Lounging and playing in the pool are huge parts of summer fun and many hotels created programs to extend that fun in new directions, thus creating the perfect poolcation.
Kids stepping through the igloo gate house and into Santa’s Village are sure they’ve arrived at the North Pole. Although the trees are covered in leaves and the green lawns bordered in bright flower beds, all around them are signs of Christmas.
Theme park prices got you down? This summer, So Cal Hilton Hotels feel your pain and offer discounts on park admissions to Disneyland Resort and California Adventure when you book through its California Road Trip campaign with partnerships all across the state, including the Magic Castle, Eataly and House of Blues, just to name a few.