6 Lesser-Known Tourist Attractions Along The East Coast

Posted by Wendy Sheats on November 2, 2016


Most likely cities such as New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta pop up. While they (and many other cities) are fantastic, the East Coast boasts a bounty of hidden gems and lesser-known tourist attractions capable of stealing the show from their larger counterparts.

Lovers of leisure travel should check out these six East Coast United States destinations. 

  • Roanoke, Virginia
  • Lake Champlain in Vermont
  • Letchworth State Park, New York State
  • Portland, Maine
  • Fernandina Beach, Florida
  • Mobile Bay, Alabama
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Topics: Business Travel, Leisure Travel, Bleisure Travel, Tourist Attractions

Have you been to these hidden gems in these popular cities?

Posted by Jess Burns on September 1, 2016

What comes to mind when you think of hidden gems?

We all have that favorite place to eat in our hometown or the secret park we like to visit on the weekends, but finding similar places in bigger cities can be hard especially when you are only there for a short time.

Below are some hidden gems that are definitely worth checking out on your next trip to the following popular cities:

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Boston, MA
  • New Orleans, LA
  • New York, NY
  • Orlando, FL
  • Washington, D.C.
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Topics: Leisure Travel, Bleisure Travel, Tourist Attractions

A Weekend Itinerary for Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, and Nantucket

Posted by Wendy Sheats on May 24, 2016

Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod and Nantucket are three of the most popular getaways in the northeastern United States. Much of their attraction stems from the fact that even today, they offer a relaxed, laid-back experience; and for those who love staying on the move during a vacation, all three places offer incredible outdoor opportunities such as beaches and biking.

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Topics: Leisure Travel, Bleisure Travel, Tourist Attractions

An East Coast Bleisure Travel Guide & Infographic

Posted by Wendy Sheats on May 4, 2016


Bleisure combines the words "business" and "leisure," and bleisure travel occurs when people traveling for work take personal days before, during and/or after work for leisurely, non-business travel. Sometimes, these folks take their families along, but solo travelers have plenty of fun, too.

Bleisure travel is an excellent idea regardless of whether a traveler has previously been to a certain location. Cities change, and there are always new things to do and see. The East Coast of the United States is one place that teems with opportunity for bleisure travelers; in fact, two of the top five domestic travel destinations, New York City and Philadelphia, are on the East Coast, according to an American Express Global Business Travel report. Readers of Conde Nast Traveler also add Washington, D.C., Boston and New Orleans to the list of popular business travel destinations. Meanwhile, Cvent recommends Orlando and Atlanta, particularly for conventions and meetings.

So, for any bleisure travelers who find themselves in these cities, download our Guide to East Coast Bleisure Travel for hotels, restaurants and activities that will inject a true leisure twist into business travel.

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Topics: Business Travel, Leisure Travel, Business Travel Tips, Bleisure Travel, Tourist Attractions

5 Last Minute Romantic Getaways For Mother's Day Weekend

Posted by Wendy Sheats on May 2, 2016


Don't forget, Mother's Day is just around the corner. This Sunday, May 8, to be exact. By now you've gone online to research mother’s day gift ideas and you've have already shipped some of her favorite things to arrive by Mother’s Day weekend. But, if you're looking for something more relaxing and romantic this year, you're in luck. Here’s a look at some of the best weekend getaways on the East Coast where IMAGINEAIR can take you.

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Topics: Leisure Travel, Tourist Attractions