Walt Disney World – Finding Nemo – Animal Kingdom

Opening the summer of 2022 is Finding Nemo – ‘The Big Blue …. and Beyond!’ at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. A re-imagined show with puppets, singers and other performers set in the underwater world of Pixar and Disney’s Finding Nemo. The show was launched back in 2007 and the opportunity to update it was taken during the park’s closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There is … Continue reading Walt Disney World – Finding Nemo – Animal Kingdom

Amtrak – New Summer Service – New York to The Berkshires

Something you don’t see very often from Amtrak is the unveiling of a new route. Specifically aimed at New Yorkers’ wanting to get away for a weekend, the new ‘Berkshire Flyer’ will start it’s operations from 08 July and run between New York’s Penn Station, NY and Pittsfield, MA. Departing Penn Station at 15.16 and arriving at 19.12 in Pittsfield. I would recommend that your … Continue reading Amtrak – New Summer Service – New York to The Berkshires

Coronavirus – Masks on Mass Transport

Airlines across the skies announced that the wearing of masks whilst on board have been relaxed and it now a choice. A Federal Judge struck down President Joe Biden’s mask mandate and for the time being whilst the White House works out how to respond to the ruling it has allowed airline operators and train operators to announce that mask wearing is no longer mandatory. … Continue reading Coronavirus – Masks on Mass Transport

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind @ Epcot

Epcot at Disney World Florida has announced the opening date of Disney’s latest story coaster ride. The announced date is 27 May 2022 in the newly named World Discovery Neighbourhood. The launch of Guardians of the Galaxy@ Cosmic Rewind will be Ecpot’s first rollercoaster. Located where the old energy pavilion of Epcot and where the popular Ellen’s Energy Adventure was. This new family attraction features … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind @ Epcot

Angels Flight – Los Angeles

A little known tourist attraction in the Bunker Hill District of Los Angeles has existed since 1901. In fact it has the honour of being the shortest railway in the world. This funicular narrow gauge railway runs by cable for only 298ft. Two bright orange cars operate between 06.45 and 22.00 daily. The fare is only $1.00 and if you have a TAG card there … Continue reading Angels Flight – Los Angeles

Coronavirus – Travelling to USA

Free tests for Coronavirus are coming to an end in the UK and the final travel restrictions for arrivals into the UK have been scrapped the picture is still confusing for travellers from the UK. Where do citizens in the United Kingdom go to get PCR tests for proof of not having got Covid-19? It appears that if you are travelling to America from the … Continue reading Coronavirus – Travelling to USA

Hollywood Walk of Fame – Los Angeles, CA

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is one of the must visit attractions when visiting Los Angeles. Approximately 10 million tourists visit the free attraction annually. Hollywood Boulevard is home to just over 2,700 stars that are embedded into the pavements and covers 15 blocks of the Boulevard and 3 blocks of Vine Street, a distance of 1.3 miles east to west and for a further … Continue reading Hollywood Walk of Fame – Los Angeles, CA

Yellowstone National Park Celebrates 150 years

The world’s first National Park, Yellowstone National Park was established by the U.S Congress and signed into law by President Ullysses S Grant on March 01 1872. The sheer size of this park and one of the most recognisable in the world is staggering. Yellowstone encompasses 3,472 square miles 2,221,766 acres which is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined. Over 10,000 … Continue reading Yellowstone National Park Celebrates 150 years

New York – City Climb – Hudson Yards

Attention daredevils visiting New York City. One of the newest attractions to be unveiled in Manhattan in the Hudson Yards neighbourhood is the ‘City Climb’. Located at ‘The Edge’ those of you who are not faint hearted can scale the outside of the building and lean out over 1296ft to view the city like never before. This adrenaline rush doesn’t come cheap though. Tickets are priced … Continue reading New York – City Climb – Hudson Yards