Posts by Leland

Top Vacation Locations for Retirees

Top Vacation Locations for Retirees

The lucky few of us are out on their permanent vacation, but just because you are not working does not mean that you can’t make the most of your “vacation” days. However, when you go on vacation now-of-days it is hard not to run into loud spring-breakers or stubborn children. So here are just a few of the top vacations spots for retirees who are looking to relax, but still have a...

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Cape Cod Halloween Haunted Houses

Cape Cod Halloween Haunted Houses

Cape Cod is well-known for its haunted houses. It offers creepy and haunted activities year round but really gets into the ghoulish spirit for All Hallow’s Eve. There are haunted houses throughout the city and surrounding provinces. With a deep and rich history, local Cape Codders and visitors can enjoy spooky events, inns, haunted houses, and more. Below are 5 Cape Cod Halloween haunted houses...

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The Top Haunted Attractions in Groveland, CA

The Top Haunted Attractions in Groveland, CA

If you’re looking for some spooky fun and or an adventure with a paranormal flavor this Halloween, head to Groveland, California, a quaint enclave located just outside of Yosemite National Park. With a population in 2010 of about 600 residents, Groveland is a small town by almost everyone’s standards, yet it does not lack in history, charm and wide open spaces. And if you’re a...

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Get the Most out of Your Cape Cod Escape at a B&B

Get the Most out of Your Cape Cod Escape at a B&B

With its unique maritime architecture, mild temperatures and historical significance, Cape Cod is a popular summertime destination. Those who vacation along the shores of Cape Cod have many lodging options, but for an authentic glimpse into life in the Cape, you may find that a locally owned bed-and-breakfast, or B&B, is the best choice. While hotels are convenient, especially when...

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Historic Sites and Museums Worth Visiting in Jackson, MS

Historic Sites and Museums Worth Visiting in Jackson, MS

Named for Andrew Jackson (Old Hickory), the 7th President of the United States, Jackson, Mississippi is the state’s most populous city and capital. Owing to its fortuitous geographic location (at the merging of the Pearl River and the Natchez Trace) and illustrious history, Jackson is often called the “Crossroads of the South.” Because of the region’s rich musical...

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