Girls-Only Bunk Bed Vacations? Women-only packages that feature hotels with bunk beds capable of housing small groups of females is a new twist on the getaways-for-girls-only products that have become popular in recent years. As the promotional pitch on the website EliteDaily.com suggests, “hotels with bunk beds just got put onto your radar. They’re perfect because they’ll fit all of your friends, and let you get away for whatever you’re celebrating.” The site continues, “There are six hotels with bunk beds in the U.S. that should absolutely be on your radar. These include: The Jane Hotel in New York City; The Pod Hotels in Manhattan and Brooklyn; Generator, located throughout the U.S. and Europe; The Asbury in Asbury Park, New Jersey; San Francisco Proper; and Angad Arts Hotel in St. Louis.
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Tour the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta: For those football fans worldwide who watched last Sunday’s NFL Super Bowl that was played in Atlanta, they can see more of the huge facility in the Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s daily tours. Groups can experience the signature features of the huge facility, including stops at locker rooms, the field, Window to the City, Skybridges and 100 Yard Club. Also, the inside of the stadium is home to more than 200 works of art. Tour routes and locations are subject to change. Retail ticket prices are adults – $25, kids age 3-12, Seniors and Military – $20. Group tours are available at a discounted rate for those of 20+. For more information, e-mail [email protected], or call 470.341.5000.
The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center has just opened in Cincinnati’s Union Terminal in what used to be a rail terminal in Cincinnati that was once an arriving point for Holocaust survivors and pre- and post-World War II refugees in the U.S. The 12,000-square foot facility that is considered to be the first Holocaust museum in America with an authentic connection to its site. It’s estimated that 1,000 Holocaust survivors came to this building. “Literally, they took their first steps in rebuilding their lives here at Union Terminal,” said Sarah Weiss, the center’s director. The new center’s place within Union Terminal resulted through a conversation between Weiss and Elizabeth Pierce, president and CEO of the Cincinnati Museum Center. This Cincinnati museum is also located inside the terminal. Both centers have worked together on exhibits. Posted ticket prices are: General Admission, Adult – $10; Student Admission, $5; and Military, Senior, Member or Add-on, $7.50. For more information, visit:
https://www.holocaustandhumanity.org/, or call 513.487.3055.