Posts Tagged ‘touring’

The Coolest Things to do in Dallas, Texas

Friday, June 6th, 2014

dallas sightseeingIf you’re traveling to Dallas, Texas, for the first time or for the tenth time, you might not be thinking about seeing the sights. Even though Dallas may not have as well-known a reputations as other large cities in the United States, it still deserves to be explored – thoroughly! Dallas is a big city that is full of charm and excitement, and the sights are definitely worth seeing. Here’s our short list of fun activities in the area.

1. The Executive Segway Tour [x]

We detailed a few reasons why you should try a segway tour awhile back, and Dallas, Texas is the perfect city for it. This particular tour is the most popular one in the city, and it will take you to several famous locales in Dallas, including the JFK Memorial, and Dealey Plaza, which earned its infamy after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. Anyone over the age of 14 is welcome, so grab those teens looking for some adventure and join the fun.

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When Should You Take a City Tour? (A Quick List)

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

1. If it’s somewhere you’ve never been.

Chances are you’ll feel completely lost when you touchdown in a brand new city. Your GPS (or old-fashioned paper map) will help you get around town, but it can be difficult to familiarize yourself with a place if you’re constantly checking to make sure you’re headed in the right direction. Take a city tour to get the lay of the land, and figure out what popular places are further uptown vs. which highlights are on the west side. Sightseeing tours are great for helping new travelers find their bearings – while fawning over those sweet spots you came for. (more…)

Floating Markets

Monday, May 13th, 2013

I’ve got a confession to make: I may have a “thing” for floating markets.

Here in the United States, rivers and streams are reserved for fishing, rafting, swimming and a plethora of other exciting activities. Grocery shopping, however, is not on that list. This is why the idea of experiencing commerce on-board a canoe is just plain intriguing. How does everyone navigate around each other? Is it anything like rush-hour traffic? Do they offer up samples like in American markets?

If you follow us on Tumblr, you may have already noticed we show some serious love to the floating market. You might have some similar questions,which is why we’re happy to announce our new tour, dedicated to these mercantile gems! (more…)

Top 10 Tours & Activities in the USA

Friday, April 5th, 2013

There are countless things to do in our great nation. In any given city, town, metropolis or even rural area, chances are there’s a cool sight to see or unique tours to try.

So, whether you’re looking to visit the states for the very first time, or your a citizen seeking to explore a different side of the country, this list may help you decide where to go and what to do. Here are our most popular stateside product offerings, after the jump!

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Travel in Color

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Photo Courtesy of Flickr

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We’re big fans of all things colorful.

Sunlit landscapes, like the one pictured above, add a little dazzle to any environment. For that reason, we’re currently highlighting colorful destinations on our Tumblr page. Hotspots include: Navpactos, Greece; Sakura, Japan; Guanajuato, Mexico and of course, New York City. Every city has it’s own set of vibrant hues to showcase, and the right stroll down the right lane can send you into a visual frenzy. Check out a few of our favorites.

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Holiday Tour Season is Here

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

See the Holiday Lights of New York Tour by Minibus

The most wonderful time of the year is here. By now, you’ve likely already made booked your flights and/or rental cars, and all your holiday travel preparations are probably in order. The kids are getting excited. Everyone is getting a jump start on the grocery shopping. You’ve dug up those criminally decorative sweaters from the hidden depths of your closet, and the camera you received Christmas last year is charged, loaded and ready capture.  The local department stores have put up the lights,  holiday commercials have began to air on television, and depending on where you live, there may now be snow on the ground. In general, the atmosphere has shifted, and unless you’ve been bitten by the “bah, hum-bug,” you’re ready to spread and share the cheer.

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Holiday lights are always fun to explore. Which house has the most extravagant display in the neighborhood? How will the park top last year’s arrangement? If you keep your eyes peeled, you might even catch a live nativity demonstration somewhere. The music is merry and bright, Santa is on every other corner, and it’s perfectly acceptable to sip eggnog with breakfast, lunch and dinner. While you’re re-creating you’re favorite recipes in the kitchen, consider adding some spice to your leisure time as well. Take a holiday excursion of some sort! Cruises, coach tours, and trolley rides are all sure ways to see a town in all its magical glory. Here are some of our favorites

General Jackson Holiday Dinner Cruise & Show in Nashville (here): Everything takes place in a glittering two-story theater, where you will enjoy a delicious holiday dinner, and a heart-warming show, filled with holiday classics and contemporary songs of the season, with a country twist. Check it out, y’all!

See the Holiday Lights of New York Tour by Minibus (as pictured): Other tours might keep you on the bus the whole time, but on the Holiday Lights of New York Tour by Minibus, your guide will hop off the shuttle with you and show you Christmas the way New York does it. You’re guaranteed to see the best holiday lights NYC has to offer.

Holiday Lights Tour on the Waikiki Trolley in Honolulu (here): If you’re lucky enough to be spending the holidays in Hawaii, then you’ll definitely want to see downtown Honolulu. It comes alive in a veritable galaxy of festive holiday lights.

Classic Cable Car Holiday Lights Tour in San Francisco (here): The Classic Cable Car rides are already glamorous by themselves, but when you throw the holiday lights in the mix… well, there are no words. You’ll even get a complimentary Santa’s hat!

We’ve got plenty of other holiday touring options, so take a look and see how you can participate in making things festive this year. Even if you won’t be traveling this season, explore your own town! We hope you’re pleasantly surprised by the sights.

Happy travels!

 

Shereen Travels Cheap in LA

Friday, October 26th, 2012

Building where Die Hard was filmed (Courtesy of Shereen)

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Shereen is still out and about with Reserve123, and her most recent stop was Los Angeles. It wasn’t her first trip to the city, and it definitely won’t be her last visit, but we were able to help her and the Mister explore the town by night (safely). In my opinion, nighttime is when you can truly get to know a city; the experience is completely different once the sun sets. It seems Shereen agrees, since she was excited about the tour.

 

“We had a wonderful time on our tour and were a little sad to see it end. We learned more in three hours than we did in three days and I would highly recommend taking it or a similar tour while in Los Angeles. Reserve123 did all the work for me in setting it up… If you have a large travel group, this would be an excellent activity, but it’s also great for just a few of you.”

 

Los Angles By Night from Anaheim

We’re so thankful to Shereen for letting Reserve123 set up a few of her recent sightseeing activities, and we’re glad she let us contribute to her and her husband’s traveling adventures. If you’re interested in the tour mentioned, find it here (and check out some of our other offerings in Los Angeles… or anywhere)!

A full review is available on Shereen’s site. Careful, it’s a great blog. You might get lost in her posts!

 

Happy travels.

 

Fall Fever: Foliage Tours

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Fall Foliage Bicycle Tour in Boston

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Yes, October boasts some great festivals, but this month also provides some amazing scenery. Nature’s canvas transforms into a collage of colors this time of year, especially in New England. So if you’re looking for a way to kill time until Halloween, try a tour through the foliage.

The Boston bike tour takes a lovely route that’s a favorite among locals, and it’s the best way to see the green side of the city. From the shaded boulevard on Commonwealth Avenue to the popular shores of Jamaica Pond to the winding paths of the Arnold Arboretum, this chain of gardens, reserves, and open space displays some of the most colorful flora as the fall sets in.

Bike around the Capitol (Boston)

New Yorkers looking for a small escape from the city can opt for a relaxing ride through the Hudson Valley.

Hudson River Valley Fall Foliage Van Tour

If you choose the van trip (pictured above), you’ll be with a small, intimate group. What’s even better, you’ll get to visit the George Washington Bridge – “also known as the most beautiful bridge in the world.” Get ready to travel through luxuriant foliage suddenly awash in yellows, oranges, and reds.

Sights on the Hudson River Valley Fall Foliage Van Tour

You can also absorb the best autumn scenery from the water. The Hudson Valley River Cruise provides another easy way to sneak a peek at the vibrant red, orange and yellow bursts of leaf color as the trees go through their world-famous seasonal change.

Hudson Valley River Cruise

Enjoy the panoramic wonder of spectacular colors as you sip on hot cider and light refreshments while cruising up the Hudson Valley River to the Palisades. There is also a available!

If you’re in or near New England this time of year, come be apart of the magic!

Fall Fever: Our Favorite Autumn Activities

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Jump into the fall season!

Happy fall, travelers!

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens… Oktoberfests, pumpkin spices in kitchens, the paper brown leaves that autumn brings, these are a few of our favorite things! That’s right, autumn is here, officially. For those of us in the states/regions that actually experience season changes (sorry, Southern California), this means colorful leaves, and crisp, cool air. Dust off your favorite jacket, put an extra blanket on the bed at night, and get ready to enjoy the season. We understand football games may have much of your attention this time of year, but there are lots of reasons to get off the couch – or out of the bar – and absorb the great outdoors. Here are our favorite autumn activities.

Oktoberfest(s)

Photo Credit: Oktoberfest.de

The Oktoberfest website calls this event “the world’s biggest fair.” The famous beer festival is held in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, and it’s 16 days long. Yes, 16 days of beer, parades, rides, and music. Sound like fun? The party ends this weekend, so if you’re up for an impromptu trip to Germany, go for it! Those of us stuck in reality can enjoy one of the many stateside Oktoberfests. San Francisco, New Orleans, Tulsa, Savannah, and even Savannah, Georgia all have their own version of the popular beer festival, and there’s also a pretty big one in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Check out our list of the best Oktoberfests around the United States.

Apple Picking

It’s our personal belief that apples taste better when you pick them yourself. They’re bigger, they’re juicier, and they have a louder crunch when you bite into them. Furthermore, you don’t have to worry about who’s had their hands on your fruit. They go from nature’s hand directly to yours – fresh, nutritious, and ready to be devoured. Many orchards make fresh apple cider on site and offer free tractor rides around the farm.

Pumpkin Patches

We couldn’t mention apple picking without suggesting a trip to a pumpkin patch. The plumper the pumpkin the broader your carving possibilities, and you can always use the remnants for some homemade pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice, pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin pudding, or whatever else you fancy! Better Homes and Gardens has some unique recipes; fun carving tips and tricks can be found here and here.

Fall Foliage Bicycle Tour in Boston

Fall Foliage Rides

Whether you’re in Washington, DC; Sedona, Arizona; Ottawa, Ontario; Springdale or Van Buren, Arkansas; Boston, Massachusetts or New York City we’ve got a fall foliage ride for you. Between train trips, bike tours and river cruises, there are quite a few ways to admire the changing colors of nature; oh, the fun you’ll have, and oh, the pictures you’ll take!

Speaking of pictures, we can’t wait to see all your lovely fall photos. Feel free to tag #Reserve123 on social media so we can take a look and share with our online community.

Antique Car Tours in San Francisco California

Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

For a truly unique San Francisco experience, try taking a sightseeing tour of the city in an antique car.  This is the “best” way to see the San Francisco Bay Area is in a comfortable, modern, vintage touring vehicle.  Sit back, relax, listen and enjoy as you and your guide hop around “The City”.  Antique Car Tour Tickets are available online on the San Francisco Tours website.

Our custom built, pre-1930′s cars offer unparalleled views of the beauty and history of San Francisco.  Enjoy your tour with one of our exciting guides as they give you a unique view of the city, and go to sites that only our smaller vehicles can get to.  Experience the adventure of touring around the world’s most popular city in a vintage 11 passenger vehicle.  Our 80 minute tours will take you to see the most fascinating and memorable sites including: Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown, Pacific Heights, Presidio, The Golden Gate Bridge, and many more!

Our guides will personalize the tours for you to make them enjoyable for people of all ages. Just don’t forget to bring your camera.  Book tour tickets online and save or email us at info@sanfranciscotours.us for assistance with reservations, group tours, and private charters.


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