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If you're visit Miami with kids, here are some things you need to do http://bit.ly/1UwG31f #travel #explore #Miami
Planning a vacation to Miami? Our local experts put together a list of our top things to do in Miami with kids. Consider adding a few of these kid
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Heading to Miami and not sure what to do? We've got your 3-day Itinerary here http://bit.ly/1SqwkXB #visitmiami #miami
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5 ways to make your next vacation affordable- and awesome. http://bit.ly/1YdwLX4 #travel #explore #save
Consider traveling mid-week, you'll be amazed how much more affordable it will be.
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Although it makes us jealous, we love when customers send their vacation photos! Can you guess which destination this was taken in? Comment below if you think you know, if not- here's a hint.... http://bit.ly/23srRa0
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Boston Insider Alert! The annual Cambridge Science Festival is this weekend. Check out all of the events http://bit.ly/1Sw1kIZ
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Choice is good but more choice is better! We have added a 4-Choice New York Explorer Pass to our site. Check it out http://bit.ly/1SdqxHW
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Hiking, biking, & boating in the Everglades, oh my! Plus, how NOT to get eaten by a gator! #visitflorida #everglades
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One of the best ways to experience the Florida Everglades National Park is by hiking the beautiful trails. You'll get the chance to see lots of
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Are you a Florida resident or plan on taking a trip this year? This is why you need to incorporate a visit to the Everglades National Park into your itinerary! #everglades #visitflorida http://www.smartdestinations.com/blog/things-to-do-in-the-everglades/
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Travel generated $122.6 billion for #California's economy in 2015. See the details here: http://bit.ly/1EWCuv3 #NTTW16 @VisitCANews
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Looking for something fun to do with kids in Boston this weekend? Celebrate Princess Day at The Franklin Park Zoo! http://bit.ly/1NDlCbW
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Choice is good but more choice is better! We have added a 4-Choice New York Explorer Pass to our site. Check it out http://bit.ly/23BrImG
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711 Atlantic Avenue 4th Floor Boston, MA 02111
711 Atlantic Avenue, 4th FloorUSMassachusettsBoston02111
(800) 887-9103smartdestinations.com
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Smart Destinations offers Go City Card attraction passes which provide the best deals on tourist attractions every day. Save up to 55% off combined admission rates.
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"No printing was necessary for the paid voucher."
"...we just show our voucher to the ticket counter on it."
"...close late on Saturdays), Sunday (San Diego Zoo..."
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Hello, I made calculator travel trips Card GO San Francisco dolar 67,50 USD more he does not pay the plane?
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My first exposure to Smart Destinations was when I won a Go San Diego Card from their sweepstakes last year. Before then, I have never heard of them or used them before. I gifted the card to a friend whom I later traveled to San Diego with so I bought a Go San Diego Card for myself from their website. I plotted my itinerary and calculated the total admission costs before I decided that the Go San Diego Card was worth purchasing. Here's our brief itinerary: Saturday (Wave House Athletic Club, Belmont Park, SeaWorld San Diego-they close late on Saturdays), Sunday (San Diego Zoo, watched IMAX show at The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center), and Monday (GoCar Tours, Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum, Miramar Speed Circuit Race, La Jolla Ice Town, Birch Aquarium at Scripps, La Jolla kayaking). Doing all those attractions would cost way more than what I had paid for the card, but even if I were to limit it to just the basics of what I really want to do: San Diego Zoo ($40), Belmont Park ($27), SeaWorld San Diego ($69), La Jolla Kayaking ($45) = $181.00 is still already more than what I paid for the Go San Diego Card. If it wasn't for the card, we wouldn't have gone to see the Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum; it was a last minute addition to our plans and we both loved the museum... so glad we went. Second time I came to use Smart Destinations was when I was in Chicago with a cousin and it was our first time there. We had limited time and budget so we picked the paid attractions we wanted to do the most which was the Willis Tower (aka Sears Tower) and the John Hancock Observatory. I did some research and found that it was cheaper by a few cents if we buy our tickets with Go Select on Smart Destinations. There was a $5 off coupon for John Hancock which required printing and Smart Destinations offered a similar price without me having to print out that $5 coupon so I thought it was best to go with Smart Destinations. No printing was necessary for the paid voucher. My cousin and I both had web-enabled devices and we just show our voucher to the ticket counter on it. In addition to the perk of not needing to print our vouchers, we also had access to the Fast Lane... a special lane for people with CityPass or Go Card vouchers. We skipped a roomful of people at Willis Tower thanks to Go Select. After that I was just so glad we bought Go Select. I highly recommend Smart Destinations to everyone.
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