Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania — Nicknamed “The Keystone State” for its important position between the heavyweight Eastern Seaboard urban centers of New York and Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania is more than just a pass-through state, as evidenced by its bustling cosmopolitan cities, quaint rural communities, and nation-defining historical sites. Rustic sylvan foothills, tranquil lakes, and sprawling pastoral meadows offer a plethora of year-round outdoor recreational opportunities, while Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are known for vibrant arts and culture scenes and spirited displays of history.

Why Go

For the historic Philadelphia streets, chocolate in Hershey, the Poconos, Gettysburg, and the steel-city of Pittsburgh.

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Party in the USA with Andrew W.K.: His 10 Fav Places for a Good Time

November 05, 2014 by Hilary Sheinbaum

If Andrew W.K.’s hits “Party Hard” and “Party Party Party” are any indication, the rock star definitely knows how to have a good time. In true festive fashion, ... Read More »

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Foodie Friday: Where to Celebrate National Chocolate Day

October 24, 2014 by Christine Dayao

For some, Chocolate Day is every day, but one chocoholic went the extra mile and declared October 28 as National Chocolate Day.Here are just four of the ... Read More »

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Deal Alert: Kimpton Hotels from $99 This Winter

October 24, 2014 by Christine Dayao

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurant’s annual Karma Rewards Sale is back! This means the boutique hotel group is offering its lowest rates of the year -- starting as ... Read More »

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Five Quirky Chain Hotel Amenities

October 06, 2014 by Christine Dayao

Free breakfast, iPod docking stations, and coffee makers are nothing compared to some of the whacky hotel amenities we found.From vintage record players to pet ... Read More »

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Celebrate the National Park Service's Birthday with Free Admission

August 15, 2014 by Will McGough

The National Park Service, which turns 98 this August 25, will be celebrating by waiving admission to its parks across the country on its birthday. Tagged as “ ... Read More »

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