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International Peace Garden
2 months ago

International Peace Garden

The International Peace Garden is a beautiful garden that symbolizes the harmonious relationship between the United States and Canada. It is located near Dunseith, North Dakota (USA) and Boissevain, Manitoba (Canada). Here, Manitoba Highway 10 becomes North Dakota Highway 3; together they are “The longest north/south road in the world.”

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Take Advantage of These Valentine’s Day Road Trip Adventures
2 months ago

Take Advantage of These Valentine’s Day Road Trip Adventures

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and, of course, you want to pull out all the stops for your true love. But this year, instead of candy or flowers, treat your Valentine to a romantic road trip. Road trips have all the ingredients for memories that last a lifetime — a new shared adventure, the possibility of spontaneous pit-stops and best of all, quality time together.

Whether you have just a few days or all the time in the world to spend with your sweetheart, here are three impossibly romantic road trips sure to make this Valentine’s Day the one to beat.

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Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge
2 months ago

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge

Most people forget about all the great things you can see and do in our second smallest state. But, the truth is, Delaware packs a big punch when it comes to natural beauty, especially by the sea.

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The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
3 months ago

The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

While the saying goes that April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, the inhabitants of the Skagit Valley in Washington state celebrate the bounty of spring—or more specifically tulips—starting the first day of April. The world-renowned Skagit Valley Tulip Festival takes place all month long and has boasted visitors from all 50 states and 93 foreign countries.

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Indiana Dunes State Park
3 months ago

Indiana Dunes State Park

One of the best-kept secrets of the Midwest is that you can go to the beach for a day trip, and it is almost like being in the Atlantic, Pacific or Caribbean. Where? Lake Michigan, and specifically, Indiana Dunes State Park and the adjoining Indiana Dunes National Seashore. It’s only 45 miles east of America’s Second City, Chicago, in Chesterton, Indiana. There, you can go camping, hiking, sunbathing, swimming, and all of it with views of the beach and of the shimmering waters of the Great Lake.

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National Parks of the Caribbean
3 months ago

National Parks of the Caribbean

Sun, sea, sky, beautiful scenery, and fascinating history: All these can be found in the National Parks of the Caribbean. Read More

Mardi Gras in Lake Charles, LA (February 21-28)
3 months ago

Mardi Gras in Lake Charles, LA (February 21-28)

Beads and costumes and music…oh my! Mardi Gras time has to be one of the most fun times of the whole year. Although Mardi Gras itself in New Orleans may not be the ideal place for young children and families, the celebration in Lake Charles, Louisiana is fit for all to attend! Are you interested in experiencing Mardi Gras the Lake Charles way? Read on to learn more about this one-of-a-kind Mardi Gras experience happening in late February.

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Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival
3 months ago

Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival

For over a century, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club’s Winter Carnival has been living up to its original purpose: helping Colorado residents deal with the cabin fever brought on …
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Visiting Dahlonega, GA
3 months ago

Visiting Dahlonega, GA

Unless you’ve attended the University of North Georgia, you’ve probably never heard of the small town of Dahlonega. Consider the population is a little over 5,000 and a name that’s hard to pronounce, it’s easy to see why. But unlike other small towns, this one is anything but sleepy. One part college town and one part historic destination town, Dahlonega has much to offer its guests.

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Visit Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
3 months ago

Visit Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

Should you find yourself meandering through the Midwest, then you certainly must make a stop to see the vast, wild landscape of Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area. Offering visitors an unparalleled opportunity to immerse themselves in the natural world, the extraordinary site of Bighorn Canyon spans more than 120,000 acres in Montana and Wyoming and is comprised of a diversified landscape of forest, mountains, upland prairie, deep canyons, broad valleys, high desert, lake, and wetlands.

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