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Fall Activities Underway, Winter Activities Announced by the Guggenheim Museum

Sep 30, 2016
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City is offering fall and winter activities for families and children.

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St. Regis Mexico City offers Sweet Family Summer Package


The St. Regis Mexico City, has introduced its Sweet Family Summer package for travel between July 1 and September 5.  Set in the heart of Mexico City, which was recently considered the number one destination to travel to in 2016 by The New York Times, The St. Regis Mexico City is perfect for families, offering easy access to the city’s most intriguing destinations, including the iconic Angel of Independence, Chapultepec Castle, famous murals of Diego Rivera, Polanco financial district, architectural and historical monuments, renowned museums, farmers markets, and weekly events throughout Mexico City.  The family fun begins with the new “Very Important Children” check-in.  While the adults register at the front desk, young ladies and gentleman can fill out their very own registration card to help the hotel staff learn more about their preferences and passions.  Once settled, the entire family can experience the history and energy of Mexico City together with four tickets to Museo de Papolote, an interactive museum for children and adults that promotes learning, communication and fellowship through various activities.  The package includes biking, museum visits and more! It is only available in suites and starts at  $352.50 USD for families of up to two adults and two children under 12, including overnight accommodations for two nights and daily breakfast at Diana Restaurant featuring a special Children’s Menu. More information and reservations for The St. Regis Mexico City are available by visiting www.stregis.com/mexicocity or by calling 888.625.5144.


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