The Lost Girls in US Airways

LG Press & Media — By on June 2, 2009 at 9:51 pm

We got a shout out in an issue of US Airways magazine! They published a post of ours about how to find cool things to do when you’re in a new neighborhood. Hopefully, many of you are taking advantage of the summer months to explore other towns, so here’s how to find fun stuff to do within walking distance of where ever your travels may take you. Here’s to hoping you get lost this summer (all while keeping your final destination in mind, of course:) In case you can’t read the small print, we’ve posted the original blog below…

HCC: Being in a new place can be disorienting: Where can you grab coffee? Take a yoga class? Find a good book? To learn what’s around, check out Simply type in your address to get a list of grocery stores, coffee shops, libraries, parks, restaurants, bars, gyms and more within 2 miles of where you are. Then dress for the elements and head outdoors-you’ll fit in some exercise, and do the planet good by not burning gasoline. also ranks the “walkability” of over 2,500 neighborhoods in the largest U.S. cities.

And though you may have a specific destination in mind, walking can help you uncover stuff you might not have otherwise found. In my own wanderings, I’ve unexpectedly stumbled upon community gardens, sidewalk art drawn in chalk, and-I kid you not-an old highschool friend. That’s why my favorite way to explore a city will always be on foot.

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  • heather says:

    Thanks so much for sharing
    I am moving to a new city in a few months and am now all excited about my upcoming walking adventures.

  • Mike says:

    I think in most place you visit, walking is great. A lot of people jsut use cars. Both are good, but walking lets you see more and take things in slower.

  • drea says:

    Its a great is also a very useful link. Thanks for sharing such useful information. I am planning to visit a new place. I think it will help me a lot.

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