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If you are going to be in Chicago sometime over the holidays, our partners at GO Airport Express offer these suggestions for ways to catch the holiday spirit. McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade – Grand Marshall Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, heads up the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade down State Street. The event features 25 marching bands;
While most travelers aren’t changing or cancelling travel plans due to fear of contracting Ebola,they are washing their hands and using hand sanitizer more frequently according to a survey conducted by The GO Group. Of the 802 respondents, 40 percent said they are taking extra precautions while flying. Just three percent are cancelling travel plans
The travel advisors at GO Airport Shuttle & Executive Car in Ft. Lauderdale report that locals and tourists will come together at Pompano Beach Community Park on Saturday, November 22 to celebrate Brazillian Fest. The event features the art, culture, music and cuisine of Brazil with 2 stages, kid’s zone, 100 vendors/exhibitors, food and beverage,
We know our Dallas/Ft. Worth operator, GO Yellow Checker was happy to learn that Qantas chose DFW International to launch the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the A380, for service Sidney, Australia. The airlines hopes that direct service with the new, roomier aircraft will make it easier and more attractive for Americans to visit Australia, which
While oenophiles have their wine tours, beer lovers have not been left out. A number of breweries open their doors to those who want to learn how their favorite beverage is brewed or to just smell the hops. In Boston you can take a Sam Adams Brewery tour. In Milwaukee, both the Milwaukee Brewing Company