Want to get away somewhere unique this fall? Try one of these five favorite destinations across North America.
Visit our neighbors to the north and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage located just outside of Montreal. You get the best of both worlds here, with the hike-able mountains right beyond the city limits, and the urban thrills of this world-class city, without much travel at all. If you plan to visit Montreal this fall, take your walking shoes and head there before the weather turns too chilly to really enjoy seeing it all on foot.
Flights to Mexico City aren’t terribly expensive this season, so if you’ve been waiting for a sign to visit, take this as your very own. You’ll enjoy some warmer daytime temperatures than what you might get back home in the States and have a chance to fully immerse yourself in this easily accessible destination’s arts and food scene.
New York is a lovely fall destination if you’re looking for quintessential fall activities. Why not base your explorations in Niagara Falls for a quick look at a major tourist attraction during shoulder season? Then, after you’ve had your fill, you can branch out into the region to discover wineries, apple orchards, fall fests and more.
Beat both the heat and the crowds by traveling to Bozeman, Montana, during the fall months. If you’re seeking an outdoorsy stay, this is where you’ll find it. The nearby national forests and parks are the perfect settings for hiking, camping and exploring.
While everyone thinks of Aspen as a ski destination, make it your fall haven, with a visit before the snow hits. Enjoy all of Aspen’s luxury hotels, dining, shopping and amenities, while also having the Colorado great outdoors right at your fingertips.
Practicing mindfulness is an increasingly popular and recognized method for reducing stress, but for those needing to keep their hands busy in order to ease their anxieties, mindfulness can be difficult. While fidget toys can work in a pinch, sometimes you just want more. If you’ve tried to keep your mind clear and your hands busy with things like adult coloring books, and you’ve found that still doesn’t do much for you (all that pressure to stay inside the lines!), you might want to try the Buddha Board.
United Airlines remains firmly committed toward sustainability in aviation. The latest development in its eco-conscious goals includes working with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures to commercialize the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) with biotech firm Cemvita Factory. Cemvita looks to develop a revolutionary new way to produce SAF by using carbon dioxide and synthetic microbes. Additionally, United Airlines Ventures (UAV) recently announced an equity investment in Fulcrum, and United has invested more in SAF production than any other airline in the world.
Summer is the best time to kick back and enjoy a delicious cocktail — especially outside! Hotels around the world shared some of their most popular, delicious drinks for travel lovers to make at home. Try your hand at mixology and enjoy these cocktails at home.
Foragers Market and its restaurant, Foragers Table, a decade-old farm-to-table favorite in Chelsea, recently reopened for the first time since closing during the pandemic. Its reopening sees the restaurant start fresh with new executive chef Olivier Palazzo leading the kitchen. Palazzo’s culinary experience and inspiration sees a new modern-Mediterranean menu, as well as an imaginative wine and cocktail program.
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The Underground Speakeasy at The Mob Museum Hosts Live Music, National Cocktail and Spirits Days in July
Vegas travelers, add The Mob Museum to your must-do list this July, both for the displays at the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement and The Underground speakeasy and distillery in the museum. The Underground offers a variety of cocktail specials and weekly live music this month.