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Fort Point and Crissy Field
3 days ago

Fort Point and Crissy Field

Fort Point and Crissy Field are among the many notable treasures of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco, California.

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Quick Guide to Charlotte, NC
1 week ago

Quick Guide to Charlotte, NC

From outdoor activities to cultural pursuits, the beautiful city of Charlotte, North Carolina has a little something for everyone. It’s thoroughly modern, yet thoroughly charming, and the perfect place for a few days (or more!) of family fun.

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Seattle In A Day
2 weeks ago

Seattle In A Day

For many, the iconic movie Sleepless in Seattle rings a bell, or the historic landmark, the Space Needle when they think of Seattle. However, these are just a few things the city is known for. Seattle is a perfect place to visit on a road trip. Just a few hours from both Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia, you really can’t go wrong whichever direction you choose.

If you are in Seattle for a quick stopover, there is plenty to keep you entertained. Ranging from shopping to sports entertainment, to historic landmarks. In this post, we’re naming just a few of many activities that can be seen in just one day.

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Visiting Nantucket, MA
3 months ago

Visiting Nantucket, MA

Nantucket has long been home to the nation’s best limericks. Also, home of some of the single most idyllic photographs capturing the natural beauty of New England. Found off of the coast of Cape Cod, and neighbor to Martha’s Vineyard is Nantucket. Nantucket is known for having an active arts and culture center. In addition, the city has rich historical sites and charming local shops and eateries.

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Palo Duro State Park
4 months ago

Palo Duro State Park

Mention the word “canyon,” and most people think of the biggest canyon in the United States, the Grand Canyon. The second biggest canyon may not spring to mind. But it should. Palo Duro Canyon is the largest canyon in the United States. And you can visit the Palo Duro State Park, near Amarillo, Texas. Palo Duro Canyon is what geologists call a canyon system. It is part of the Caprock Escarpment – a running 175-mile long cliff formation of red and tan rock, ranging from fifty to one hundred feet high- in the Panhandle of Texas. The Palo Duro Canyon was formed by a tributary of the Red River, called the Prairie Dog Town Fork Red River.

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Road Trip: U.S. Volcanoes to Visit
1 year ago

Road Trip: U.S. Volcanoes to Visit

For a driving trip that lets you see some of the best volcanoes anywhere, try this “Volcanoes of the Cascades” driving tour. This drive lets you see four volcanoes up close and personal (Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood, and Lassen Peak), and offers views of at least three more, at a distance. You will love being in the Pacific Northwest, and seeing these impressive examples of nature’s wonders.

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Explore Orlando Beyond the Theme Parks
1 year ago

Explore Orlando Beyond the Theme Parks

There is one big reason why most people love going to Orlando, Florida: theme parks. When you think of Orlando, typically attractions like Disney, Universal Studios, Sea World, and Wet n’ Wild are the first things that spring to mind.

However, there’s a lot more to Orlando than just theme parks. And, when most people visit the area and step outside those attractions, they find a city that is quite easy to fall in love with.

In this post, we’re going to explore some of the best things to see and do beyond the theme parks. So, if you’re headed to Orlando on vacation soon, remember to hit up some of these hot spots and not just spend all your time at the theme parks. Read More

Quick Guide to Birmingham
2 years ago

Quick Guide to Birmingham

Birmingham, Alabama is one of the hippest cities in the South. Home to a number of local colleges and universities, a vibrant nightlife, and great shopping it’s the perfect place to have a little fun and get away from it all.

For those interested in history, Birmingham is home to a number of important sites and museums dedicated to the civil rights movement as well.

There is truly something for everyone in this little Southern gem known as the “Magic City”. So let’s take a look at what you can find on your next trip to Birmingham. Read More

Quick Guide to Richmond
2 years ago

Quick Guide to Richmond

Though it’s the capital of Virginia, Richmond is often overshadowed by suburban D.C. cities like Arlington and Alexandria, Charlottesville (home to UVA), and Virginia Beach. However, it has a lot to offer — including historic attractions, delicious food and drink, live music, and more.

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St. Augustine’s 450th Birthday
2 years ago

St. Augustine’s 450th Birthday

It’s the oldest continually-occupied city in the country, but its rich history is just one of many reasons you should consider making a visit to St. Augustine, Florida. It’s certainly …
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