Laurie Jo Miller Farr

Laurie Jo Miller Farr

Awarded 2013 Yahoo! Contributor of the Year.

Serving as hostess for three Royal Visits to the USA, Laurie says that a highlight - for her - was sharing a gin and tonic straight up with HRH Duke of Edinburgh onboard the Royal Yacht Britannia.

After ten years as the official tourism representative for The Big Apple, Laurie moved to London where she worked as a marketing professional in luxury hotels in Western Europe while raising two thoroughly bi-cultural children in the British educational system.

As an international relocation consultant, Laurie assisted 400 families with international moves, home search, schools and settling-in. She can even tell you why dishwasher salt is required in England.

A transplant to San Francisco, catching up on a couple of decades of Americana, she hopes it isn't a mistake since the ground is prone to shake.

Laurie is proud to display her award as a 2013 Yahoo! Contributor of the Year.
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Northeastern University, Boston, MA; New School for Social Research, NYC: Adjunct Faculty; London Hotel School, England: Lecturer, American Hotel & Lodging Association teaching certificate

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  • Top 10 Checklist for Your Organic Cosmetic Beauty Needs
    The availability of organic cosmetics means that there is no need for petrochemicals, toxins and harsh preservatives in our beauty routines. A small arsenal of natural products will do more to both enhance your looks and preserve your skin.
  • 2014 Menswear: Prep Plus Blue Equals Spring
    Pre-Easter shop windows displayed cornflower blues and jonquil yellows of the preppy themed look for spring 2014. Coats were shed in Chicago, downtown San Francisco hit 81 degrees, and the last snow piles vanished during the first week of April.
  • A Walk in Downtown Chicago, Most American of American Cities
    In saluting Chicago as "the most American of American cities," the mayor talked about the city's art and architecture, food and festivals, music and museums, theatres and neighborhoods enjoyed by 55 million visitors to Chicago every year.
  • Best of the West: Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California
    Oil paintings and sculpture at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California, are among the most impressive in the western United States.
  • Guide Dogs for the Blind: A Magical Partnership
    It costs about $50,000 to raise a guide dog for the blind, and yet costs nothing for the visually impaired. It would be impossible without private donors and volunteers.
  • Bye Bye Bikini: One Piece Swimwear Is Back
    The increasing popularity of the one piece swimsuit is good news for all ages. Fashion goes in cycles, and here's a maillot style that is not only back, but also better than ever.
  • Ka-ching! San Francisco Visitor Spending Tops Out at $9.4 Billion
    One of the world's top international destinations, San Francisco played host to nearly 17 million visitors in 2013 who accounted for $9.4 billion in spending, reports the San Francisco Travel Association.
  • Spinning Our Ferris Wheels Big City Style
    Just when did Ferris wheels become the must-have attraction in big cities? London jumped on board back in 2000 with its Millennial Wheel besides the River Thames. Now the wheels are bigger and better in Las Vegas, New York and Washington, D.C.
  • A Memorable Wedding Date for 2014 Brides
    The last chance this century for a classic sequentially numbered wedding date comes and goes on December 13, 2014 when the date appears as 12-13-14. A sequential date won't come again for another 89 years.
  • San Francisco International Film Festival Is Nation's Oldest
    Spring brings California sunshine, cherry blossoms and the 57th San Francisco International Film Festival to the city by the bay on April 24 to May 8, 2014.
  • Perfect Pairings: San Francisco Wine Bars With Great Kitchens
    Explore San Francisco's seven-by-seven square miles by stopping in at wine bars with great kitchens and top-quality products, where you can match Northern California, regional or international cuisine to the wine menu.
  • An Eyeful of Picasso on Your Purse, Warhol on Your Sneakers
    Art lovers can wear their favorite designs. Picasso on a purse, Renoir on your sneakers, Monet on your cell phone case.The intersection of art, fashion and technology makes this accessories product line possible.
  • How Your Hotel Room Is About to Change
    Travel standards are constantly changing, as airline travelers are well aware, and now it is hotels. The next hotel you stay in may not have room service, and the minibar may be gone as well.
  • London's New Skyline Is Full of Weird Shapes
    Once dominated by dreamy spires and cathedral domes, the Manhattanization of London means an almost unrecognizable skyline and pricey observation towers. Prince Charles is among those who are not amused.
  • San Francisco Insider Guide: Campton Place Restaurant in Union Square
    Find the best meal in Union Square tucked away in the Taj Campton Place Hotel at Campton Place Restaurant. Chef Srijith Gopinathan earned a fourth consecutive year's Michelin star for his outstanding Cal-Indian cuisine in the heart of San Francisco.
  • Break-ups: Scotland Is Considering Leaving the United Kingdom
    Scotland's voters go to the polls on September 18, 2014 to vote on the question of Scottish independence from Great Britain. A "yes" vote would change the course of the United Kingdom, with economic implications around the North Sea gas and oil reserves.
  • My Car-Free Life Means Big Savings
    Savings of $500 to $600 a month add up to real money when you don't own a car. I have gotten rid of mine.
  • Meet the Italians: Country Roads of Italy
    Solo travelers and baby boomers may frown upon escorted group travel. But a luxury tour operator such as Insight Vacations can make you rethink your next European vacation beginning with the country roads of Italy.
  • Meet the Founder: Three Twins Ice Cream Makes Organic Taste Good
    Neal Gottlieb, founder of Three Twins Ice Cream made in the San Francisco Bay Area, says ice cream can be authentically organic and made from scratch without sacrificing quality or taste.
  • How a Furry Robot on Wheels is Helping Autistic Kids to Socialize
    Romibo is a robot that comes as a self-assembly kit shipped flat-packed. Find out how it works using an iPhone or an iPad and why it is making a big difference in socialization for some children with special needs.
  • In the Artists’ Footsteps: New Orleans, Hartford and Key West
    Discover Degas, Twain, Hemingway: famous artists where they worked and lived at three historic houses in Louisiana, Connecticut, and Florida All are open to the public.
  • First Person: 1964 Beatlemania
    In my living room in 1964: the impact of The Beatles' first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show"...it was an instant family-wide "like" which melted the generation gap.
  • When Pisco Was King of San Francisco
    National Pisco Sour Day is February 1, 2014. Pisco bars across the U.S. will join in toasting the white spirit from Peru, which found its way to San Francisco in the Gold Rush days.
  • The Glamour of Italian Fashion: 1945 - 2014
    Free admission to London's Victoria and Albert Museum includes a wonderful permanent dress collection. Followers of fashion can book from £13.40 (about $21) for a major 2014 exhibition on Italian fashion covering the Second World War to today.
  • Hola Copita: What's Cooking in Sausalito, California
    San Francisco and the Bay Area are known as a foodie's paradise. Just across the bay in pretty Sausalito, Copita is the newest Mexican restaurant, co-owned by celebrity chef Joanne Weir. The food and tequila bar are well worth the ferry in themselves.
  • How to Tour Italy in Deluxe Style for $276 a Day
    An Insight Vacations escorted European tour eliminates the planning and the hassle of going abroad and can actually produce significant savings for seniors traveling on deluxe coaches in small groups of under 40 people.
  • Reflections on a Japanese Tea Garden: San Francisco
    The Japanese Tea Garden in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park offers a magnificent setting through all four seasons. Take a free guided tour to learn more about the oldest Japanese gardens in the nation.
  • How to Survive the Huge London Sales
    Bargain mayhem in the shops of London and throughout the nation's high street stores begins on Boxing Day, December 26 for the January sales and then with again in late June for the July sales. Here's what you should know to bag a bargain or two.
  • Fashion 2014: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    In the fashion 2014 report, there's some good news and some bad news. What's hot and what's not for 2014, and most of all, what's wearable in Anytown, USA?
  • Park in My Driveway, Please
    One baby boomer is not too old for the latest apps, startups and shared economy disruptions that San Francisco brings to light on a regular basis. Here's her way to turn an unused driveway into cash using online technology and a cool startup.
  • See Venice Now: It's Sinking
    The Italian government has spoken regarding tourism and the preservation of Venice. The cruise industry is reassessing following 2014 restrictions regarding their access into the heart of Venice via canals that are too narrow to support massive ships.
  • Radiant Orchid is the 2014 Color of the Year, Spring's Pick is Dazzling Blue
    Dazzling Blue is selected as the Pantone color for Spring 2014, but Radiant Orchid beats it to the finish line to take the crown as 2014 color of the year.
  • Why Zipcar and Lyft Are on My Speed Dial
    This baby boomer ditched the car for good in favor of Zipcar and Lyft apps to save several hundred dollars a month.
  • Insight Into Italy: An Escorted Tour With Local Authenticity
    Insight Vacations combines Rome, Florence, and Venice with cultural highlights such as Pompeii and the Vatican Museums. Add in signature experiences with the locals plus views from incredibly gorgeous ancient hilltop towns and an escort to explain it all.
  • 1,000 Places to See: From Alabama to Zaire, Aruba to Zurich
    How many of the top 1,000 places can you already tick off? Patricia Schultz, author of the best-seller bible of bucket lists, talks about her book and the travel bug. Trafalgar Tours has created a reality guest experience to make it all come to life.
  • Harrods and Selfridges: A Tale of Two London Shopping Legends
    Harrods, once of the world's most famous stores, began as a small grocer's in 1834. Selfridge's opened its doors 75 years later. Both have suffered ups and downs, but today remain very much a part of the London shopping and style scene.
  • More Enhancements Coming to San Francisco's Presidio
    San Francisco's Presidio is a national park located only 15 minutes from downtown. This very special landscape is home to wildlife, watershed, forest, spectacular views, open spaces, and cultural attractions.
  • Best Lessons I Learned After 50
    Life's lessons come into focus after age 50. Find the silver lining to go with the silver hair and share your wisdom with the younger set. It's all good, and mother was right about excessive sun exposure.
  • A Simple Guide to the Cloud
    Cloud computing is present in most everything we do online. That includes using email, searching and surfing online, banking, posting photos to social media sites. What does it mean for the future and is there a need for consumers to protect themselves?
  • Interview With Chef Wylie Dufresne in Support of James Beard Foundation's Taste of America
    Chef Wylie Dufresne, the James Beard Award-winner for "Best Chef 2013: New York City," leads a San Francisco All-Star Chefs event featuring 17 celebrity chefs in one kitchen, with proceeds to nonprofit effort The Cooking Project.
  • Brooks Brothers and the Preppy Look
    San Francisco ranks as the preppiest city in the USA and Brooks Brothers doubles its prime real estate presence right off Union Square with a super-sized opening week. Is San Francisco experiencing a preppy resurgence post-America's Cup?
  • Pursue Every Diplomatic Avenue, With or Without the U.N.
    Reaction to Obama's U.N. Address this morning with a commentary focusing on Syria and world leaders.
  • Harvest Time 2013 at Historical Northern California Vineyards
    September is California Wine Month, and some of the historical vineyards are well into their second century of hand-picking from old vines by night.
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  • Rhode Island's Colonial Birthplace of Gilbert Stuart
    Famous artist Gilbert Stuart's 1755 birthplace is tucked away down a pretty lane in Saunderstown, Rhode Island, open to the public May through October. Stuart painted the portrait of George Washington that appears on our one dollar bill.
  • Kate Spade's Beau Bag with Bows Must Have Wings
    Perhaps American women have decided they don't have nearly enough $500 handbags, perhaps they've fallen in love with bows, or perhaps handbag sales are a nod to an improving view on economic recovery for 2014. Kate Spade bags lead the way.
  • It's Time to Brush Off that Old Camel's Hair Coat
    Camel hair coats are a fashion classic that some people say is back in the spotlight for fall/winter 2013-2014 collections. Other people simply say it's a style which has never actually left center stage at all. If there's one in your closet, dig it out.
  • The Bradley Manning Verdict is Still Bad News for Free Speech
    Comment on the Bradley Manning verdict.
  • Your Affordable Sunglasses Are a Timeless Accessory
    Even classic sunglasses like Ray-Ban and Foster Grant are no longer American brands. Prices on designer eyewear are soaring, profit margins are huge. Take a look at sunglasses, a bit of history, and your affordable options.
  • Pebble Beach Golf on a Baby Boomer's Bucket List
    Taking a look at a baby boomer's bucket list for a once-in-a-lifetime golf experience at Pebble Beach meant the solution was a gift card to mark a milestone birthday.
  • Queen for a Day: Three Boutique London Hotels Right by Royal Palaces
    Live like a king at London's boutique hotels tucked away in the shadow of three royal residences. The Milestone is opposite Kensington Palace, Dukes Hotel is steps from Clarence House and St. James's Palace, the Goring is beside Buckingham Palace.
  • 10 Ways a Good Consignment Store Beats Any Department Store
    Independent consignment store owners say they fill a gap between department stores and thrift shops. San Francisco has a lively consignment shopping scene rife with bargains where savvy shoppers bag great finds every day.
  • Boston Museum Offers $5 Million Reward 23 Years After Art Theft
    Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum was the target of the largest art theft in U.S. history in 1990. The museum and the FBI offer a $5 million reward for the safe recovery of 13 works worth half a billion dollars.
  • Introducing Five Totally Wearable Trends for Fall Fashion 2013
    Fall 2013 fashion trends present an opportunity for women to pick up a few styles that are wearable and affordable for everyday.
  • It's All About Wine in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, CA
    Dry Creek Valley is a long, narrow premium slice of Sonoma County land covering 9,000 acres of vineyards. In this historic region, family vineyards go back 140 years, tasting rooms abound, and winemakers share details about the wine making process.
  • Finally Ditched the Car and Joined a Gym at Fifty-Plus
    The story of how I'm keeping my New Year's resolution to get fit in my 50s revolves around a new gym membership and having no car to get to the gym. The challenge was having no exercise routine for over 50 years.
  • Go Retro in a Shirtwaist Dress Splashed With Summer Flowers
    A whimsical floral shirtwaist dress is a summer look that's outlasted the 20th century and sees its way confidently into the 21st century, so why not wear one on a pretty, sunny day?
  • Keep Cool in Citrus and Neon on Golf Courses This Summer
    From citrus lime green to passion fruit pink, you can dress as colorfully as you like in solids and prints now trending in golf attire for the summer. Moisture wicking fabrics keep golfers as cool as they look.
  • A California Story of Zin: Getting Stuck in Lodi is Ideal
    Lodi, California is called "ZInfandel Capital of the World." Located in Central Valley, the heart of the state, the wine-growing region is larger than Napa and Sonoma combined. Many of the wineries are small, family ones. If you see a Lodi wine, buy it.
  • 10 Most Visited Cities in Britain Beyond London
    The top ten cities for visitors in the U.K. begins with London, hosting more than 15 million visitors a year. The nine cities which follow are known for their historic sites, football, museums, and all are university towns.
  • Coit Tower and Wild Parrots: Rent a San Francisco Experience
    Film location shoots and San Francisco go together, as in Hitchcock's "Vertigo" and Steve McQueen in "Bullitt." In 1968, the film "Petulia" was shot on location in San Francisco by director Richard Curtis. You can rent that apartment atop Telegraph Hill.
  • Five Easy Pieces Are Hot for Summer 2013
    Fashion trends can be difficult to understand, and even more difficult to embrace. Here are five trends for summer 2013 that won't leave you wondering nor wishing that your wallet had not suffered so much.
  • Advice from Experts for Memorial Day Weekend Camping
    Memorial Day Weekend kicks off the camping season at most parks and sites, and camper are well-advised to plan ahead, even if they're old pros. REI has some useful tips and classes for getting the most out of your outdoor experience
  • Five of the Best Old-Fashioned Memorial Day Parades
    Nostalgic Memorial Day parades are taking place in pretty smal-to-medium sized towns in Ohio, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, and Rhode Island. Some parades attract thousands more spectators than the size of their own population.
  • Rachel Ashwell Talks About Shabby Chic Couture and Vintage at New San Francisco Store
    To the delight of large and growing numbers of dedicated followers, Rachel Ashwell, interior decorator and design guru, has opened a San Francisco shop. Ashwell's philosophy comes through loud and clear, yet softly and subtly in its interpretations.
  • Lilly Pulitzer Launched the Preppy Look from Her Orange Juice Stand
    Lilly Pulitzer was the go-to brand for daytime dressing of the East Coast heiress from its beginnings at a Florida orange juice stand to today. Lilly Pulitzer passed away on April 7, 2013 in Palm Beach, where she kicked the brand off in the 50s.
  • London's Prestigious Chelsea Flower Show Centennial
    The centennial of the famous Chelsea Flower Show is observed May 21-25, 2013, with Queen Elizabeth II in attendance on opening day. Commonwealth nations have been known to create garden displays, but now the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is participating.
  • Massive Unearthing of Roman Ruins in Central London
    Exciting and massive archeological dig in Central London unearths entire streets of Roman setttlements and thousands of objects from as early as A.D. 47.
  • Easy-Peasy Trendy, You're Spot-On in Polka Dots
    Be spot on in polka dots. Along with stripes, they're everywhere for spring and summer 2013. You can wear polka dots any which way you like or beat the budget by accessorizing with polka dots.
  • Nude Pumps Go From Trendy to Genuine Classic
    Shoe designers have put out more styles in nude-colored heels than in any of the previous three record-breaking seasons, indicating that this is a look that has moved from trend-setting to wardrobe-building classic.
  • Learn From the Experts Why Blue Is the Color of Choice
    Cobalt blue is killing it for spring 2013, even though it was introduced for spring 2012. You will, quite simply, be seeing more of this fabulous color everywhere from corporate logos to Queen Elizabeth to fashion runways and in shopping malls.
  • San Francisco's Famous Farmers Market is Tops for Visitors
    Often rated as the number one farmers' market in the nation, and always ranked as one of San Francisco's top visitor destinations, the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market at The Embarcadero is a must-see, must-do every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
  • Add a Belt and Boost Your Look Right to the Top of the Fashion Stakes
    Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and First Lady Michelle Obama share a love for the waist-defining belt, worn over dresses, coats, on sweaters, gowns, and two piece suits. Kate Middleton will likely be back into her belted favorites once the baby is born.
  • How to Tie One On: Get an Authentic Hermés Scarf for Less
    Hermés scarves have never gone out of style. Beloved of actresses, celebrities, and royalty over the years, the price tag keeps rising on these hand-rolled beauties. You can, however, tie one on for less by shopping online with a designer consigner.
  • Breaking Away From Platform Heels
    A Christmas Eve stumble, embarrassing and damaging, got me out of my fashionable high heels and onto some crutches instead. Finally on the mend, I have given up stunning stilettos and wonderful wedges for good.
  • A Destination Neighborhood: Hayes Valley in San Francisco
    Hayes Valley has risen from the ashes of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake in San Francisco, a newly invigorated neighborhood created when its central freeway overpass was torn down due to damage.
  • American Hotels Tweak 2013 Pricing and Guest Delivery
    American hotels are planning more use of social media, amenities for female travelers, gluten-free dining and room service, destination videos, expanded frequent guest programs, and greater social and environmental corporate responsibility.
  • Getting There: World's Best 2012 On-Time Airline Performance is Announced
    A useful study by FlightsStats indicates the overall on-time performance of major airlines by geographical categories around the world. In 2012, Japan Airlines was most likely to deliver its passengers at the arrival gate without delay.
  • Bella Boutique Loves Brides: Delicate, Handmade Jewelry Under $50
    Bella Boutique designs custom jewelry and baubles created for each bride’s big day. These are handmade pieces under $50 tailored for weddings and bridesmaids gifts. The San Francisco shop has an online shopping website for shipping through USA.
  • Portmeirion, Wales is a Pretty, Painted Seaside Village
    Portmeirion in Wales is a little fairyland village in North Wales, created out of the vision of one man with a lifetime passion of architecture blended with natural beauty and scenery.
  • Stripes Are in for Spring 2013
    Stripes are everywhere for spring 2013 fashion trends. Stripes are hugely favored by designers from Forever 21 to Valentino and the only rule seems to be, the bolder the better.
  • Personalizing Your Style Using Ribbons, Baubles, Buttons and Trims
    You can individualize and personalize your fashion look with ribbons, baubles, trimmings, and buttons from an antique market or old fashioned haberdashery. Brides flock to The Ribbonerie in San Francisco for a massive array of vintage and new.
  • A Designer Perfume for Babies Is Launched by Dolce & Gabbana
    Dolce & Gabbana have tweeted their intention to release a $45 perfume for babies later in 2013. Reaction was swift and generally negative, with many pointing out that the natural sweet smell of a baby does not need enhancing and cannot be bottled.
  • The Deluxe Hotel Scene in Paris
    Millions of dollars are being invested in luxury hotels in established neighborhoods around the Right Bank in Paris. Global hotel chains are introducing themsleves into the deluxe mix, carving new interiors within elegant old buildings.
  • 10 Ideas: A Personalized Valentine's Gift for Under $100 or Get Her Something Priceless for Free
    The store windows are adorned with red hearts and pink streamers around bottles of champagne. Valentine's Day gifts can be so commercial, but you can still personalize one for $100 or less.
  • Trendy Activewear Brand is 100% Made in the USA
    Sense clothing brand, manufactured entirely in the USA, produces essential activewear pieces for women that cross over from fitness studio to school run to supper. From her base in Santa Fe, New Mexico, CEO Robin Beachner, talks about trends and travel.
  • Chanel and Bourjois: A Little Round Pot of Blush with a Story to Tell
    Chanel and Bourjois share the same owners, the Wertheimer family. Boots and Walgreens, beauty and health care giants in U.K. and USA, have agreed to a merger. It could lead to the less expensive Bourjois brand being more widely distributed in America.
  • Royal Ascot Says No to Fascinators in Stricter Dress Code
    Fashion hats are uncommonly worn in America these days, but are still considered proper for British social engagements. In fact, Royal Ascot has tightened the rules so that fascinators, a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge, are no longer permitted.
  • America's Three Best Cities for Life Without Owning a Car
    New York City, Boston, and San Francisco are three American cities where it's possible to save money by going car-less, since the public transportation system is extensive and accessible.
  • 5 Tips for Men to Consider Before the Job Interview
    Magazines, style guides, and online sites are filled with advice on fashion choices and styling for women, but there is less for men. Arash Mazinani, image consultant, offers tips for men getting back into the workplace or interviewing for a first job.
  • Visiting Washington, D.C. For Inauguration Weekend 2013
    Inauguration Day in Washington, D.C. is a busy time in the nation's capital, with 600,000 to 800,000 visitors expected in January 2013. There is a full schedule of events over the three-day weekend, which coincides with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
  • An Empty Coffin and Other Amazing Lost Property on the London Underground
    About 220,000 items are lost on public transportation and in taxis in London every year. Lost Property Office at 200 Baker Street attempts to find owners of wallets and keys, and extremely strange items including water skis, voodoo masks, false teeth.
  • Coco Chanel and the Story of the Little Black Dress
    Since 1926, the little black dress has graced the pages of fashion magazines, and has been seen on the backs of the world's most fashionable and stylish women.
  • Fashion Trends: Donut-Sized Watches and Eiffel Tower High Heels
    Bigger is better in 2013 in men's and women's watches and high heels for women.
  • My Fashion Confession: I Hate Boots
    Although women fill their closets with as many styles and colors of boots as they can afford, I feel frumpy in boots. Boots are a wardrobe essential that I do not own.
  • Hot Co-ed Fashion Brands on Campus
    Varsity and ivy league themes are trending fashion leads for college kids in 2013. Hot brands on campus include Abercrombie & Fitch, Franklin and Marshall, Hollister, Converse, Gant, Superdry, and Jack Wills.
  • You Are Your Own Personal Brand: Dress Accordingly
    The personal style you project translates into others' perceptions of you, just like the packaging on any consumer brand. An image consultant can help you create your own look for the way you wish to present yourself.
  • Saying "I Do" at the Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Café
    If you're looking for a cool, unique atmosphere in Las Vegas, there are plenty of themes to choose from. Here's another, the Harley-Davidson Café is also a wedding chapel.
  • A Guide to Shopping Smart at the Sales
    Everyone loves a sale. But, it's only ever a deal if and when you use the purchase you made. Remembering to stay within your budget is just one of the tips for a successful pass through the post-Christmas January winter sales.
  • Visiting Las Vegas Without a Car
    Fly into Las Vegas and head to your hotel without stopping off to get a rental car. Doing Las Vegas without a car is simple and convenient enough.
  • A Harry Potter Shop Opens at King's Cross Platform 9 ¾
    Muggles can now enter Platform 9 ¾ at King's Cross Station, where an official Happy Potter™ Shop has opened. If you are in need of a wand or a broomstick before hopping your train at King's Cross, here's the spot from where the Hogwarts Express departed.
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