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The Fabled Colonial Key West

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Key West Aerial View by Andy Newman/Florida Keys News Bureau Key West is described as the southernmost city giving visitors a taste of the Caribbean without even leaving the US. The tourist board even states Key West is a “unique tropical island city.” However it is defined, Key West is
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Majestic Windmills of Amsterdam

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Majestic Windmill by Njaj Amsterdam is the beautiful capital city of the Netherlands. It is a city steeped deep in 17th century history through its buildings, streets and canal ways. It is home to windmills or windmolen as they say in Dutch – the language of Holland. There was
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Top 5 Things to do in Ireland

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Irelands Lush Countryside by Florian Fuchs When you think of the country Ireland, the color green may instantly comes to mind, as do its green patchwork and grassy hillsides. Officially known as the Republic of Ireland and nicknamed the Emerald Isle, its magical scenery attracts visitors from around the globe
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Snow Hotels that offer the Ultimate in Cool Rooms

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Winter Landscape Sweden Lapland by Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee   With the first snow fall of winter approaching, who can resist that fresh blanket of snow for a frosty adventure? But far beyond traditional snowman building, skiing or snowboarding is the ultimate snow adventure – staying in a snow palace crafted from
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Bike Riding is Not Just for Kids!

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Biking for the first time in years at Sandestin in Florida. I absolutely loathe spinning class. I really, really wanted to like it. Because how difficult could it be to ride a stationary bike in place?  You know what? It is extremely difficult. For one thing, the bike seats are incredibly, indescribably, immeasurably
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How to keep your travel budget looking sharp

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Stock up at the markets for healthier, cheaper meals Do you want to save money when you travel? Of course you do. But how far are you willing to go to do so? If you’re truly motivated to stick to a tight budget – to let the experience and spirit
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Three Last Minute Spring Break Destinations

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So Spring Break is rapidly approaching and you have made no plans whatsoever? And your family is clamoring for a beach getaway? No problem. The Gulf Coast of Florida awaits in all its magnificent sugar white sand and turquoise water splendor. Although people have their favorite beaches and I have
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Why Complain About Winter When You Can Enjoy It? Three Michigan Resorts to Enjoy a Cozy Winter Getaway

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Yeah, traffic may be backed up because of those drivers who are freaked out by ice and snow, the temperatures are so low you simply can’t put on enough clothing, and school has been called off yet again. Why not forget about all that and actually enjoy this fabulous winter?
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Five Fabulous Fall Beach Destinations

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It’s not too late to head to the beach! The official first day of fall has come and gone, the weather is slowly getting cooler and the days shorter so beach vacations may seem like a thing of the past at this point but, in reality, this is absolutely the
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Going green (really green) on the Emerald Isle for St. Patty’s Day

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As Ireland’s national holiday approaches, visions of all things green will sweep over the island, as well as fill the minds of Irish descendents spread across the globe, many of whom make pilgrimages back to their motherland on the ever-popular St. Patrick’s Day. Green everything in all shades is usually
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Virginia Beach Campgrounds, Rest and Relax

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Virginia has long been a reliable source of natural beauty. Preservationists have taken on the painstaking responsibility of conserving their national forest and parks, while making them available to campers and other nature lovers.  So far their success has been phenomenal.

Virginia Beach Campgrounds

There are many campgrounds available on
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Route of the Hiawatha

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It’s called the “Route of The Hiawatha,” after the legendary luxury train that rolled from the Idaho mountains to the Midwest in the first half of the Twentieth-Century, on the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. The last train on this stretch of railroad left the station in 1961. But
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Finding the Real Morocco: A Dip Into the Dadès Gorges

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The call to prayer slices through the breaking horizon with a single elongated chord. Berbers rise from their beds and take to their dust worn prayer mats where their day of devotion once again begins. The incense is lit, releasing streams of white smoke; the smell of religion hangs like
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Planning Your Vacation? There’s an App for That

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There are so many incredibly innovative apps on the market today that anyone with a smartphone can plan, manage, enhance and increase their vacation possibilities by utilizing a few of them. Whether you are dreaming of an outdoorsy vacation or one of lavish luxury, there is an app for your smartphone that
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