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Greyhound 1960s ad

Go ahead and splurge on the hotel now that Greyhound is offering 50% off bus tickets to any destination this summer. A Greyhound spokesperson told offMetro NY that riders who book their trip 21 days in advance can enjoy…

DC cherry blossom fest

It’s a big world out there and nothing beats discovering it with your kid. Far-flung destinations are enticing but big-ticket trips take time and planning. Even if you haven’t planned ahead for the upcoming school holidays, you’re in luck….

Annapolis

The charm of this Chesapeake Bay city comes from two different places: its history and its spirit. With red brick sidewalks and well-preserved buildings as far as the eye can see, it’s easy to tune into the city’s early…

Eno Hammock

Sweeten your getaway with these 11 travel items, be it an inflatable stand up paddle board, waterproof speakers, weekend bag, a hammock built for two, or a stylish dress designed for adventure. You’ll be inspired to plan a city…

pool at inn at bowman's hill

Has texting replaced face-to-face girlfriend get-togethers? Even when we “do brunch” there’s not much actual face time as we bury our heads in our ever-present devices. Girlfriend getaways to the rescue. Time to spend quality time with your best…

Discovery Bicycle Tours

My idea of a perfect getaway starts with a bike. Be it a quick escape across the George Washington Bridge or climbing a volcano in Hawaii, two wheels have a way of creating memorable adventures better than any other…

Baltimore Panorama

Baltimore’s nickname Charm City is well deserved, but its moniker might just as well be Free Public Transportation City. Listen up, MTA, Baltimore is wowing car-free visitors and residents alike with the Charm City Circulator, four absolutely free bus…

Amtrak

After reporting on thousands of escapes from New York City for the past nine years, we’ve narrowed the list of destinations down to our favorites. Here are offMetro’s top 101 car-free getaways near NYC.  

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In February 2009, across the Potomac River from where Barack Obama had just become the first African American President of the United States, Betty Ungar began operation of Tripper Bus. Four years later, Ungar’s ten-wheeled business is snowballing, though…