Hipmunk City Love: Five Best Places to Eat in Hong Kong China

Blog Post Type: Summary of a City Guide It’s hard to know where to eat in Hong Kong when there are over 11,000 restaurants to choose from. Fine dining ranges from classic Cantonese to the first Italian restaurant outside Italy to win three Michelin stars. There are even evening dinner cruises to the Lei Yue Muin Seafood Village. […]

Take a Richmond Virginia Winery Tour Aboard a Trolley

Blog Post Type: Planning a Trip to a City Photo by Bzbngme via Trover.com Recently, Travel and Leisure magazine added Virginia to its list of up-and-coming wine regions. According to the magazine, Virginia “should be on any wine travelers list.” Today, Virginia is home to 230 wineries. Virginia’s wine industry has exploded and can only be […]

Experience Luxury and Fine Dining At These Four Cincinnati Hotels

Blog Post Type: Best of List When visiting Cincinnati, you want to find the perfect place to lay your head, especially when that place also has amazing fine dining options. These four luxury hotels are your best options. They are all centrally located, steps from Aronoff Center for the Arts and Contemporary Arts Center, Fountain Square, and […]

Step Into the Past by Exploring Banff’s Heritage

“Blog Post Type: Planning a Trip to a City” Step Into the Past by Exploring Banff’s Heritage Banff has a rich and vibrant cultural and natural history. It is home to historic sites and buildings, including the first National Park in Canada. There are seven officially designated National Historic Sites within the Park, plus many more protected buildings. […]

Tour Spokane Washington on a Bicycle

Tour Spokane Washington on a Bicycle The Spokane River Centennial Trail is a 37 mile paved recreational trail for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles. The trail stretches from Sontag Park in Nine Mile Falls, Washington to the Washington/Idaho state line. You can explore much of Spokane using the trail and the many bicycle lanes on the city streets. Touring […]

Boise is a Bicycle City

Boise is a Bicycle City The Boise River Greenbelt covers 25-miles and is one of Boise’s most beloved parks. With tree-lined pathways following the river through the heart of the city, it provides scenic views, wildlife habitat and bicycle access to many of the city’s popular riverside parks. The Greenbelt also serves as an alternative transportation route […]

Transportation Benefits to Bicycle Commuting Employees

Employers Can Provide Transportation Benefits to Bicycle Commuting Employees You can generally exclude the value of transportation benefits that you provide to an employee during 2014 from the employee’s wages up to the following limits. $130 per month for combined commuter highway vehicle transportation and transit passes. $250 per month for qualified parking For a […]