Report: TripAdvisor Removed Assault, Rape Claims By Mexico Resort VisitorsThe Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's investigation into an alleged rape of an American tourist at a Mexican resort in 2010 has uncovered shocking practices by one of the largest hotel review websites online.
Mayor Launches New Effort To Clean Up Atlantic City & Attract More Tourists There’s a new effort to remove graffiti in Atlantic City as new Mayor Don Guardian says the city has to be cleaner and safer.
The Woofound AppLooking for something to do, but can't find inspiration? Woofound has you check off things you like and don't like in a slideshow-like quiz, then uses those results to suggest nearby activities.
Center City Hotel Evacuated Due To Portable Meth LabFire officials say they responded around 5:30 a.m. to the Hampton Inn at 13th and Race Streets, when something triggered the alarm system. The building was then evacuated of all 366 people.
Tourism Up This Summer In PhiladelphiaCar Schnieder with the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation says the statistics look good for Philadelphia tourism this summer.
Tripomatic AppTripomatic lets travelers (and home town tourists) find nearby points of interest using an incredibly basic (and intuitive) interface.
Top Philadelphia Twitter Feeds To FollowMaybe you’re new to Twitter and don’t know who to follow, or perhaps you’ve had an account for a long time but your stream seems to be filled with nothing but spam and self-promotion. Well, it’s time to change all of that, and Philadelphia has some of the most interesting and unique people to follow.
Tourists Spent $38 Billion In New Jersey Last YearThere’s a sign that a crucial industry for New Jersey is regaining its momentum.
Top People Watching Spots Across PhiladelphiaPeople watching is a delightful way to spend an afternoon with friends. The best part of it all: it’s absolutely free. Here are a few of the best spots in Philadelphia for some great, free fun.
Tourism Was $35.5B Industry In New Jersey In 2010Tourism in New Jersey was a $35.5 billion industry last year. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno told a tourism conference in Atlantic City on Thursday that figure was up just under 1 percent from 2009.