Greg Seiter

Walking the Streets of New York Las Vegas-Style

by Greg Seiter on November 8, 2011

Never had I imagined that a business trip to Las Vegas would inspire me to fall in love with the streets of New York City but that’s exactly what happened as I toured New York-New York on Las Vegas Boulevard South during a recent visit. Externally, New York-New York features an innovative re-creation of the Manhattan […]


Epcot Celebrates Holidays Around the World at Epcot

by Greg Seiter on October 20, 2011

If you’re interested in learning about and experiencing multi-cultural holiday season traditions without leaving the United States, there’s perhaps no better place to do so than at Walt Disney World’s Epcot theme park. From late November through the end of December each year, Epcot’s World Showcase, an area that’s already a melting pot of international flavor, conducts […]


Chicago Museum of Science and Industry

by Greg Seiter on September 27, 2011

When I visit a museum, I want to be educated through exhibits AND experiences and that’s precisely why Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry is one of my favorites. As the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere, the five-story museum, which has almost 400,000 square feet of exhibit space, is housed in the only building still […]


Mixing Business and Pleasure in Chicago

by Greg Seiter on September 21, 2011

Chicago Skyline @ Night

There’s much to see, do and experience in Chicago and unfortunately, business travelers oftentimes believe there simply isn’t enough time in between meetings and appointments for them to sample what the city has to offer. Granted, if you’re only going to be in town for a couple of days, it may be difficult to find […]


A Man Walks Into a Spa: Studio 2000 in Indianapolis

by Greg Seiter on September 12, 2011

Work-related meetings and deadlines can be stressful but in downtown Indianapolis, there’s a place where both men and women can relax and unwind.  Studio 2000 is an art deco-themed salon and day spa that’s located on the second floor of the pyramid-topped Circle Tower building on the southeast quadrant of Monument Circle; home of Indiana’s Soldiers and […]


Spirits Sparkle at Huber’s Orchard and Winery

by Greg Seiter on August 24, 2011

Southern Indiana is blessed with lush, rolling hills and seemingly endless acres of peaceful forestry that subtly conceal some of the state’s best kept secrets.  One such gem that wine enthusiasts should seek out is Huber’s Orchard & Winery, located in tiny Starlight, Indiana.  Thanks to Interstate 65, Starlight, still an unincorporated town today, is […]


The Las Vegas Mancation

by Greg Seiter on July 24, 2011

Aria Hotel & Casino Las Vegas at night

In the 2009 movie “The Hangover,” three groomsmen and their soon-to-be-wed friend proved that even unexpected adventure can lead to great times and wonderful memories in Las Vegas. In fact, with its elaborately-themed hotels, casino games and nightclubs, the Las Vegas Strip, in particular, is a popular choice for bachelor and bachelorette parties alike. However, […]


elk mountain ranch colorado

You don’t have to be a cowboy to enjoy a dude ranch vacation. In fact, at the Elk Mountain Ranch near Buena Vista, Colorado, you don’t even have to go horseback riding if you don’t want to. As Colorado’s highest guest ranch at 9,600 feet above sea level, Elk Mountain Ranch sits at the end […]