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Why Spend Christmas on Cape Cod

Why Spend Christmas on Cape Cod

The summer season may be over, but Cape Cod is as busy as ever with lots of family-friendly events during the Christmas period.  From young children to their grandparents, no age gets left behind as the festive towns celebrate this joyous occasion. Check out these fun-filled events and you’ll be having an unforgettable time on Cape Cod for the entire month of December! Annual Lighting of the...

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Walking Tour of Historic Charleston

Walking Tour of Historic Charleston

The town of Charleston is known for its turbulent past and momentous sites, which now contribute to the rich beauty of this peninsula in the south. What better way to explore the city on foot and gain the opportunity to relive the stories behind each alley and structure. Go on your own or join a tour – it’s up to you! These are the must-see attractions that you have to include to your walking...

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Bike Your Way Around the Hocking Hills

Bike Your Way Around the Hocking Hills

Cycling routes for the two-wheeler aficionados are available to explore in the Hocking Hills. Imagine touring the whole 33 miles of trails within the state forest on your trusty bike. Beginners and seasoned bikers will have a love affair with the surrounding beauty of the Hocking Hills. Find a route that’s appropriate for your skill level and have a blast taking in the sights. Hockhocking Adena...

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Why Should You Visit Texas

Why Should You Visit Texas

They say “Don’t Mess with Texas”, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t visit there. If your view of Texas is Chuck Norris driving a truck or radical gun loving republicans than you need to investigate a little more. Texas is the largest state in the continental United States and has a population, land size, and economy greater than many European countries. The largest ranch in...

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Must-Have Souvenirs from North Georgia

Must-Have Souvenirs from North Georgia

One fun side of traveling is collecting precious souvenirs from the places we’ve been. These small keepsakes remind us of our exciting adventure on an exotic island or the time we first set foot in a busy metropolis. Every city or town we go to, there’s always that iconic souvenir that symbolizes that place. Key chains and fridge magnets are stereotypical items found in any gift shop, so I...

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