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United States of America Sports & Outdoors

  • New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium

    New York City Sports & Outdoors

    Even if you're not a fan of the New York Yankees, there is no denying the history and legend of the team and their famous stadium. Located in the South Bronx, just a short subway ride from midtown Manhattan, the stadium is easily accessible and a true New York experience. If the Yanks are in town, you may be able to purchase tickets to a game...

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  • Extreme Sports

    Las Vegas Sports & Outdoors

    So another mother and myself booked a weekend girl trip to Vegas! We wanted to steer away from the total cliche of Vegas, while still enjoying its natural setting, so we had the Ultimate dessert experience. My friend found this great attraction on a local cite called Galavantier.com. not only did they offer the activity at a great rate, it included...

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  • Saints and Superdome

    New Orleans Sports & Outdoors

    We attended the New Orleans Saints-Houston Texans game on September 25th, 2011, in which the Saints won an exciting come-from-behind game 40-33. On this day both Drew Brees and Matt Shaub had impressive games, each throwing for 370 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Saints were down 10-0 in the first quarter and again 26-17 in the fourth quarter before...

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  • SBC Park / SF Giants

    San Francisco Sports & Outdoors

    Having won the American baseball World Series in 2010 and 2012 the San Francisco Giants baseball team is now arguably the best team in baseball. Sue and I were in San Francisco when the Giants won the World Series back in November, 2010 and headed over to the park on our last full day in town. We didn't see a baseball game since the season was...

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  • MLB - Chicago Cubs

    Chicago Sports & Outdoors

    On our last visit to Chicago, we decided to take in a Cubs game because LJ had never been to a professional baseball game. Knock another thing off the bucket list!!! Was a wonderful day with lots of sun and a cool breeze. Sets were perfect and all has a great time.

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  • Staples Center

    Los Angeles Sports & Outdoors

    Ok, so you want to see a fine basketball arena. Here is one, in fantastic downtown L.A.!! The Staples Center is in the heart of the city. Since its development, the surrounding area of the venue has been revitalizing. The once depressingly ugly streets of Pico and Figueroa are now nicer and promising. Of course, with this urban development comes...

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  • Fishing

    Key West Sports & Outdoors

    KW BONE ISLAND WATERSPORTS is a new company and they are super! We had a great time with Captain Tom and his wife, Terri on a combination Dolphin Watching AND Fishing trip. We did not find a more beautiful, clean boat or such a flexible trip. We looked at a lot of other boats and none of them were as nice as this boat, BY FAR! We spent an hour by...

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  • Golfing

    Orlando Sports & Outdoors

    Orlando has over 125 golf courses, private, municipal, and public. The Forelinksters guide is the only directory of public access golf courses which lists the better golf courses you can play, along with a map to find the best course closest to your destination: http://forelinksters.com/course/location/27928/state/Florida/city/Orlando Bring your...

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  • Red Sox - Fenway Park

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    If you are a fan of the Boston Red Sox (or Red Sucks as the New York Yankees would say) then you can either watcha live ball game at fenway park or take the tour of fenway park or just take pictures and selfies around the park and on the famous bronze statues of Famous Boston Players along Yawkey Way. The Public One Hour tours cost $ 17 for adults...

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  • Baseball / Basketball

    Seattle Sports & Outdoors

    Safeco Park is one of the newer ballparks and it's a great park to visit. When we went to a Mariners game the weather was very nice but sadly the Mariners lost. I'm a Mariners fan (except when they play the Giants) and I hope they have a better season in 2011. Anyway, it was a fun time, and we got a free baseball as we were leaving the park.

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  • Pro Sports

    San Diego Sports & Outdoors

    Until just recently, Qualcomm Stadium was home to San Diego Chargers, The Padres, San Diego State University Aztecs, and the Holiday Bowl. San Diego's professional Baseball team, The San Diego Padres, no doubt was named after the priests who established the Mission Basilica San Diego de Alcala, no longer play at Qualcomm. As of April 2004 the...

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  • Phillies Baseball

    Philadelphia Sports & Outdoors

    After being the laughing stock of the National League for decades, after performing one of the most infamous collapses in baseball history (don't say '1964' to a Phillies fan), after winning fewer championships than the Chicago Cubs in their first 120 years; the Phillies are now HOT. If you are in town at the same time they are hosting another...

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  • ProBowl

    Honolulu Sports & Outdoors

    The Pro Bowl itself was great fun. Even though I'm not a big football fan, I do watch and so it was thrilling to watch Peyton Manning and Tom Brady warming up side by side, throwing to recievers, or to see T.O. running by and making everyone cheer everytime he came in sight. My daughter and her friends had a blast performing at halftime and...

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  • Hiking/Biking

    Sedona Sports & Outdoors

    This is a very short hike from the Boynton Canyon Trailhead. It is only about .5 miles to the vista which is really just a hike to the base of Boynton Spire. The trail is easy and well maintain. Late afternoon creates some beautiful colors as the sun lights up the spire. A very peaceful setting but can have a lot of people because of it's easy...

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  • Dallas Mavericks

    Dallas Sports & Outdoors

    The American Airlines Arena is the site of many events, but it was the Dallas Mavericks game that drew us there over Christmas. The arena was jam-packed, so we had to split our group between two sections, which were across the court from each other. Our visit began with a bang, when our granddaughter caught one of the free lunch coupons launched...

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  • Houston Astros

    Houston Sports & Outdoors

    Minute Maid Park is a state-of-the-art ballpark, formerly known as Enron Field, which opened in 2000. It changed its name for obvious reasons - Enron went bust - and is now sponsored by the Minute Maid orange juice company. I come from England and we have no stadium for any sport in the same class as this. Its design is beautiful, the seating is...

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  • Alamodome

    San Antonio Sports & Outdoors

    One of the largest buildings in downtown San Antonio is home to the Alamo Dome, an extremely large multiuse stadium built with the original intention of a NFL football team. The San Antonio Spurs played here for several years until recently when they moved to a new arena north of town. The Alamo Dome is still the home to the Alamo Bowl college...

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  • The 'Canes

    Miami Sports & Outdoors

    I would be remiss if I did not pay homage to my childhood heroes of the 80's, the University of Miami Hurricanes Football program. During my time in Miami, I can remember a few games at the Orange Bowl. It is a unique experience in that when the crowd gets riled up, you can feel the stadium literally move. It is safe and sturdy, however it is a...

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  • Richmond International Raceway

    Richmond Sports & Outdoors

    Most of the other tips mention the two NASCAR races that happen at RIR in late Spring and late Summer (usually May and September). However, the BEST RACING AT RIR happens in June!!! If you've never seen the Indy Racing League, then you are in for a treat! This North-American open-wheel series might appeal to fans of formula one. The crowd is about...

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  • Marinas and Anchorages

    Saint Augustine Sports & Outdoors

    This marina is convenient to town. They have showers, laundry facilities and a small store. There are also pay phones. We couldn't find a good spot in the anchorage so we gave up and went to St. Augustine Municipal Marina. (It was Sunday, and Oyster Creek is only open on weekdays and the same for Oasis. They could only give us a big slip and it...

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  • Walking / Hiking

    Death Valley National Park Sports & Outdoors

    The Trail head for the Badlands Loop hike is at Zabriskie Point. At the parking area is a very good sign with trail map and short description of several trails. I decided to do the Badlands Loop which is about 2.5 miles long. The trail is marked on the right with green plastic wilderness posts. It descends into the Badlands and down into a wash....

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  • Fishing

    Tampa Sports & Outdoors

    Captain Dave is a grizzled veteran Tampa charter fisherman, and while he may be gruff at times, he knows his stuff. For $600, four of us fished for nearly eight hours, catching just a few edible fishing including flounder. We began our day at O'Neil's Marina in St. Pete next to the Sunshine Skyway Bridge at sunrise. Our trip started by passing...

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  • Pro Teams

    Memphis Sports & Outdoors

    This is the park for the minor league Redbirds. It has a number of features including Redbirds fans enjoy: * An Open Concourse allowing them to never lose sight of the game * The Wolfchase Toyota Picnic Pavilion hosting as many as 500 fans * Lawn seating on the Bluff (Please Note: No Chairs Allowed) * Two Upper Club levels with 48 Club...

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  • Baseball - Camden Yards

    Baltimore Sports & Outdoors

    If it weren't for sports, Baltimore wouldn't have much. Luckily, Baltimore sport fans have many heroes, and those are well-deserved. One of the greatest is Cal Ripken, the "Ironman" of baseball. He broke Lou Gehrig's record of 2,130 consecutive games played, then went on to stretch the record to 2,632 straight games before he was finally pulled...

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  • Isotopes Baseball

    Albuquerque Sports & Outdoors

    I'm a big soccer/baseball fan and both of these sports may take some patience to fully appreciate all the intricacies. What better way to enjoy the great american passtime in optimal weather with a wonderful backdrop of the sandia mountains in a brand new stadium. The team is decent too so theres a good chance you'll see some top pros come through...

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  • Kansas City Royals

    Kansas City Sports & Outdoors

    Home of the American League's Kansas City Royals, Kauffman Stadium remains one of the country's most beautiful venue in which to watch a baseball game. In recent years since the death of long-time owner Ewing Kauffman, the team's years of glory and success have given way to years of futility. However, a recent change in management has left fans...

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  • Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL football)

    Jacksonville Sports & Outdoors

    The Jaguars, Jacksonville's National Football League franchise, play regular season games and a couple of preseason games at Everbank Field from August-early January. If you happen to be in town then, definitely see if you can get your hands on some tickets. I've been to several games including one playoff game in the past (though since having kids...

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  • Hiking

    Grand Canyon Sports & Outdoors

    If you want a special hike in the Grand Canyon, go in the winter. I was there around dec 16th and it was perfect. No crowds, very quit and nice sunny weather for pictures with the snow. There can be fog in the mornings until 11 am. But if you want to hike down this should be no problem (ask the rangers). We had to return for a second day because...

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  • Spectator Sports

    Minneapolis Sports & Outdoors

    After years of political wrangling, threats by the owner to move or contract the team, Minnesota and Minneapolis openned the state of the art $545 million Target Field. ESPN The Magazine ranked Target Field as the #1 sports stadium in North America, beating out such notable stadiums like the new Dallas Cowboy stadium and the new Yankee field. It is...

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  • Pro Sports

    Portland Sports & Outdoors

    For the 2011 Major League Soccer season - the top-league in USA/Canada - the Portland Timbers have returned. The Timbers played in the old NASL of the 1970-80's until that league died from a disease called Cosmo-itis. They played before huge crowds and really popularized the sport here in the Portland metropolitan area. Several of the old Timbers...

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  • Anaheim Angels

    Anaheim Sports & Outdoors

    If you are coming to Angels Stadium for a game or another event, park outside of the stadium lots, in areas across State College Blvd. Outside lots are always cheaper, about $5 less or so. If you want to arrive to the stadium and have no stress in parking your automobile, come by bus (OCTA bus 50) or by (Amtrak) train which is just steps away from...

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  • Water Sports

    Sanibel Island Sports & Outdoors

    The pier is near the causeway on San Carlos Bay. Many fish can be caught here because the water is deep and the tide runs swiftly. Best chances of fish to be caught: snook, trout, redfish, Spanish mackerel, and sheepshead. All nonresidents over the age of 16 must have a saltwater fishing license. Florida residents ages 16-65 need a saltwater...

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  • Cleveland Indians

    Cleveland Sports & Outdoors

    Located inside Progressive Field, Heritage Park is the Indians tribute to players of the past. You can find it out in left field near gate A. A walk through the two levels of the park will bring back memories of some of the best players to have played for the Indians. Be sure to read the plaques to find out some interesting facts about some of the...

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  • Water Activities

    Santa Monica Sports & Outdoors

    I came across surfinsocal the last time I was in LA. I wish I knew about them before getting there. Not only do they offer one on one lessons, no matter what your experience is, they also offer personalized surf trip planning for free before you get into town. Just tell them what you are looking for and they will hook you up with where to surf,...

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  • Golf in Naples

    Naples Sports & Outdoors

    On the east side of the road from the Naples Beach Hotel is the Golf Club, with its championship par 72 course. Inside the clubhouse are Broadwell’s Restaurant & Totch Brown’s Bar. The bar serves a delicious assortment of tapas, with full wine bar and an excellent beer selection as well. (You can tell I’m not a golfer, my tip for the course is...

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  • Indianapolis Motor Speedway

    Indianapolis Sports & Outdoors

    The US Grand Prix is held at Indianapolis Motor Speedway every year. It has the highest attendance of all races on the F1 circuit. The course is not as beautiful as other F1 venues, but it is historic and a great place to take in a race. After all, Indianapolis is all about racing. The race is held every June starting in 2004 (previously...

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  • Boating and Marinas

    Marathon Sports & Outdoors

    The manager of this marina rents out the mooring balls, and supervises the pumpout boat. They also have a small amount of dock space long the wall. Seawall dockage is $15.00/ft/month in the winter plus $30 to $60 for electricity (higher rate for A/C) Dinghy docks, showers, restrooms and laundry. The laundry is locked after 6 pm. The marina has a...

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  • Winter Sports

    Salt Lake City Sports & Outdoors

    We didn't ski here but we went to check it out. Alta looked more appealing to us because they don't allow snowboarders. This looked like a pretty nice place to ski.

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  • Winter Sports

    South Lake Tahoe Sports & Outdoors

    On the south shore, I'd recommend Kirkwood or Sierra for beginners. Heavenly would be for more intermediate skiers. This is based on the amount and ease of access to the green slopes. Heavenly does have some green runs, but they are higher on the mountain and require access via the gondola to get to the mid-mountain. On the north shore, I'd...

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  • Rock Climbing.

    Joshua Tree National Park Sports & Outdoors

    Intersection Rock has three routes, or lines to climb. There are the Left Ski Track with a 5.11a difficulty; the Right Ski Track with a 5.3 difficulty and the North Overhang with a 5.9 difficulty rating.

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  • Water Activities

    Coronado Sports & Outdoors

    Hitting a small furry ball back and forth over a waist high net causing the opponent to run all over the place trying to catch the ball in the racket and hit the ball back. Update: The tennis courts have given way to a lovely park area with promenade. However, The Hotel Del offers boating, surfing--lessons too--and golf for it's guests. So there...

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  • fishing

    Brooklyn Sports & Outdoors

    This charter is a great value for the money. They not only include the bait and equipment, but also the refreshments. A clean comfortable boat with a knowledgeable crew. sunscreen, a light jacket, and a camera!!

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  • Sailing

    Newport Sports & Outdoors

    Sailing is a very important part of Newport which has a very rich deep rooted history. You'll get a glimpse of just how important sailing is to Newport when you visit one of the mansions (will be back with that info). Walking along America's Cup Ave you'll come across hundreds of boats either docked or out on Newport Bay.

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  • Oklahoma Redhawks

    Oklahoma City Sports & Outdoors

    Missing your baseball while visiting OKC? Head on down to Bricktown to see the Oklahoma Redhawks. You'll find them at the SBC Bricktown Ballpark, known locally as 'The Brick', with a statue of the world famous Mickey Mantle out front. Plenty of local parking or the local trolley stops right outside.

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  • Surfing

    Laguna Beach Sports & Outdoors

    You can buy, take lessons, & rent all your surf gear here. Rod Greenup is the helpful & knowledgeable owner / instructor. Laguna Beach is perfect for the beginner / amateur just starting out, as the waves on the southern part of the beach are not huge or dangerous. Check it out here: Costa Azul Surfboard and wetsuit (Get the wetsuit.... the...

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