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Get you discount tickets to the San Diego Zoo. Explore the world famous San Diego Zoo in lovely Balboa Park.

Ten Things Not to Do in New York City - such a great list!! They're obvious for the former dwellers such as myself, but the list also has great "do this instead" options to check out!

10 Common Mistakes Travelers Make in NYC

Ten Things Not to Do in New York City - Condé Nast Traveler -- been here many times but can easily go back to my favorite city over and over! Good recs here!

Different facts about Disney World. We actually went to River Country and Discovery Island when I was a kid! Sad that they don't exist anymore.

Different facts about Disney World and Land. The last one isn't very surprising because Florida's mountains are little man made "hills".

Places To Eat and Places To Go in New York City via TBB

Places To Eat and Places To Go in New York City via TBB

A pinner said, "One of the years I went Disney World, Cinderella's Castle was transformed into a giant birthday cake. I love Disney, but lost count how many times I've been. Never been to Disney land (California)"

I remember this. It was beautiful! A Giant Pink Candy-Covered Castle. Used to celebrate disney worlds birthday, they transformed Cinderella's castle into a giant birthday cake!

Spent many a day at the Bronx Zoo growing up in the bronx, still like to visit there.

Spent many a day at the Bronx Zoo growing up in Brooklyn, still love to visit there.I became a zookeeper because of this place, The Prospect Park Zoo, The Central Park Zoo, and The Catskill Game Farm!

Poe Cottage, Poe Park, Grand Concourse & East Fordham Road, the Bronx. The only surviving building from the original village of Fordham. Edgar Allan Poe (1809–49) and his wife Virginia Clemm (1822–47) lived here from 1846 until their deaths. While living here, Poe wrote "Eureka", "The Bells", and "Annabel Lee". The house was moved here from across East Kingsbridge Road in 1913.

Poe Cottage, Poe Park, Grand Concourse & East Fordham Road, the Bronx. The only surviving building from the original village of Fordham. Edgar Allan Poe (1809–49) and his wife Virginia Clemm (1822–47) lived here from 1846 until their deaths. While living here, Poe wrote "Eureka", "The Bells", and "Annabel Lee". The house was moved here from across East Kingsbridge Road in 1913.

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