Those in southern climates won't miss out if they go to The ICE at Discovery Green® in Houston. Billed as the largest outdoor ice skating rink in the Southwest, the rink uses recycled water from Kinder Lake to create a 7,716 square-foot surface. The venue also hosts a variety of music and other programs during the winter season.
The Big Apple offers many places to skate in the city but the most iconic is The Rink at Rockefeller, where visitors and residents alike twirl and zip around the base of New York's famous Christmas tree. The rink allows only 150 skaters at once so get there early to avoid long lines or book VIP reservations and packages. For spectacular views, head to Wollman Rink in Central Park, which welcomes skaters of all levels.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, The Rothman Institute Ice Rink at Dilworth Park is open for its third year of seasonal skating. The rink is open to skaters of all levels and also offers classes on Sunday mornings. The Rothman Cabin provides a heated space to warm frozen toes and fingers and local food and beverages for sale.
For après (or instead of) ski fun in Vail, head to Lionshead Village and skate on the Alderhof Ice Rink, located in the heart of Vail Square. Open daily during the winter season, the venue is surrounded by picturesque shops and restaurants.
The GO Group, LLC provides both shared-ride shuttles and private cars at more than 90 airports in the United States, Canada, Central America, The Caribbean and Europe, including those in the cities mentioned above. For a complete list, visit the website at www.GoAirportShuttle.com. The company serves some 13 million passengers per year.
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