A staycation! A chance to take the mundane things you do every day and turn them into something Instagram-worthy. The morning beauty routine? Make it a spa extravaganza. Dinner for two? How about a locally-sourced, sustainable dining experience? Come along as we look at ways to bring some much-needed enjoyment to 2020. These are our suggestions for creating the perfect staycation.
Virtual Zoo tours, online museums and concerts are providing online live stream or other creative way to keep people companied in times of coronavirus. You will be surprised by what spectacular things you could enjoy just staying home.
With much of the world effectively confined indoors to combat the spread of COVID-19, we’re increasingly forced to come up with new ways to entertain ourselves. It seems ages ago when you could go to the local cinema for a movie or perhaps take in an opera or concert. Many of us crave not just the high-quality entertainment but the comradery that comes with shared cultural experiences.
Fortunately some of the world’s great performing arts institutions have responded with a wealth of online offerings. Performances of various sorts are prerecorded or streamed live, allowing anyone the chance to snag a front row seat at the Metropolitan Opera or the Berlin Philharmonic. Here is a partial list we’ve compiled to help you get through this period of physical distancing.
Address - Great location near three shopping plaza’s including a Target and a Saks
Ambiance/Facilities - pool is open during COVID
Highlights - open pool
Avg. Price per Person - $90 bucks
Rating - great stay
Nice city stopping by.
Philadelphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, can be reached very easily with an hour by train from New York. Through the Amtrak company you can book your armchair that will take you from the skyscrapers to the city where the United States of America was born.
The 7 unmissable things to do and see:
1) Philadelphia Museum of Art - Rocky's staircase
2) Sunset bike ride to Fairmount Park and Boathouse Row.
3) Elfreth’s Alley, among the most beautiful streets in the United States
4) One Liberty Observation Deck at sunset
5) The Reading Terminal Market - Where to eat in Philadelphia (try Cheesesteak)
6) Magic Gardens - The Magic Gardens of Philadelphia
7) The Countryside: Brandywine and Valley Forge
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Diana De Lorenzi
A piece of Heaven on heart: Longwood Gardens - Brandywine.
The part of the trip that I most awaited in the United States was that concerning the Philadelphia countryside.
I am fascinated by small towns where life flows more slowly and you can breathe a super authentic air.
Brandywine, about an hour from Philadelphia, is a green velvet coat, among which stand out houses with white fences and rows of vineyards.
Nestled in this little paradise are Longwood Gardens.
I had fun circling the thousands of flowers from every corner of the world while breathing the magic of a weekend on the other side of the planet.
And do you prefer big cities or small towns?
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Diana De Lorenzi
Strolling around the city of Brotherly Love.♥️
December is my favorite month. As Christmas is also my favorite time of the year. I always love and enjoy Christmas vibes. This Christmas, my boyfriend took me to the States. We came to Philly to see a friend of his. As I just came out from the subway station, I was so amazed with the Christmas light and decoration on the street. It was so beautiful. I felt so blessed.
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Although Huang Mi is a idyllic cat, she has seen the world's microphones, and travel has an understanding of related history. The clock that Huang Mi saw was the famous American Liberty Bell. In Philadelphia, it was the witness of the founding of the United States, and now Huang Mi has witnessed it.
The Longwood Garden in Pennsylvania is also called Dupont Garden. It has a long history. It was sold to the Pierce family in 1700 by the then Christian Quaker William Penn. The Pierce family began planting trees here, called the Pierce Garden. In 1906, Pierre S. du Pont purchased the plot and kept all the trees.
DuPont was the chairman of DuPont and General Motors at the time, and the owner and architect of Changmu Garden. The garden is now open to the public 365 days a year. There are different scenes in the four seasons and there are some performances at certain times. You can join a group led by someone or visit freely.
The main fountain garden has a total of 380 fountains and fountains. Looking at the fountain in the distance, the fountain in a green is quite imposing. The water can be sprayed up to 130 feet and 10,000 gallons of water per minute. The
plant cultivation room was built in 1919-1921. It covers an area of four and a half acres. It has a variety of flowers and plants of various colors. There is also a huge organ in the cultivation room. There is a performance at a fixed time. Visitors are surrounded by beautiful flowers, like a fairyland.
This free-spirited city in Philadelphia is indispensable to the National Freedom Museum. It is located next to the Independence Palace. When Philadelphia travels, it coincides with the closing of the Liberty Bell. So when you searched the museum for the same sculpture, you planted the grass. Come here. An introduction, the introduction of the eye is this free clock, although less traces of years, but still extremely shocking. I really like the multimedia room on the first floor. I started the tour with video materials, and then the pictures of the characters took the visitors into the story of freedom.