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3 Reasons to Have Your Wedding at the Berkshires

The Berkshires make for a perfect romantic getaway and wedding destination. It’s a popular vacation spot each year for families. With a historic background and cultural art scene, it’s a romantic destination to say, “I do.” When looking for the right location, here’s why the Berkshires might be a good option for you. Continue reading “3 Reasons to Have Your Wedding at the Berkshires” »

Ten Must-See Attractions For Visitors in Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Beautiful Gatlinburg, Tennessee offers great vacation value. Tourism represents an important segment of the economy in this Appalachian community. If you happen to visit this area, you won’t want to miss ten great attractions:
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Five Places to Explore in Hocking Hills, Ohio

From cliffs to caves, Hocking Hills, Ohio is a destination for the hiker, explorer and avid camper. Lodge at Hocking Hills for an incredible woodland experience, learning about distinct history and wildlife.

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Summer Fun in Port Angeles, WA

Port Angeles, Washington is an amazing vacation destination no matter what time of year you visit. However, the summer season bodes beautiful views and fun-packed activities for all types of visitors to enjoy. Whether you love outdoor sports, hiking, biking, or just strolling along the downtown, Port Angeles is never lacking in things to do. Here are some summertime fun ideas to get you excited and started on planning your Port Angeles vacation. Continue reading “Summer Fun in Port Angeles, WA” »

Top 5 Things to Do in Hawaii

Hawaii is a beautiful place to visit any time, complete with multiple pristine, white sandy beaches and clear beautiful waters. However, Hawaii has more to offer than just beach fun with an array of interesting activities and attractions for everyone to enjoy. Continue reading “Top 5 Things to Do in Hawaii” »

The Spookiest Haunted B & B’s in the U.S.

Experience some spooky fun and stay at any of these haunted bed-and-breakfasts, where you can mingle with the ghosts and apparitions that roam the halls. The b & b’s are said to have “pranks” and unusual sounds from some angry and some playful spirits, just waiting to make your stay a little creepier.

Lizzie Borden Bread and Breakfast- Fall River, Massachusetts

Lizzie Borden was the prime suspect for the blood hatchet murders of her father and stepmother in 1892, but was not found guilty. This long unsolved mystery still attracts attention today, as it said that the three ghosts still haunt the house today. Guests can stay the night in the rooms where the bodies are Abby and John Borden were found or just take a tour of the house between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. daily. The inn even offers ghost hunger university classes and crime re-enactments. There is also a museum gift shop that sells Lizzie Bordon souvenirs.

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Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Each year in early October, nearly 600 hot air balloons fill the Albuquerque sky for a 9 day festival that is now the largest hot air balloon festival in the world. The Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta brings balloons, pilots, and spectators from all over the world to participate in and view the event. Many people travel from far and wide to come to this event, with some organizations even setting up special tours just for the festival. For example, America by Rail offers a train tour created specifically with this fiesta in mind. Different events take place over the course of the 9 days with the most popular being Dawn Patrol, Mass Ascensions, Special Shape Rodeo and Balloon Glows. Continue reading “Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta” »

Historic Museums and Sites to Visit in Lehigh Valley

Lehigh Valley is teeming with history and culture evidenced by its wide array of museums, which have made their mark not just in Pennsylvania, but the whole nation. If you love old houses and buildings, antiques, and history, you definitely have to tour the following extraordinary places. Continue reading “Historic Museums and Sites to Visit in Lehigh Valley” »

How to Make the Most of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire

If you still haven’t figured out your plans for the summer, a great destination will be Mt. Washington, the highest peak in the Northeast. Summer is the best season to head there when it goes above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, unless you prefer to endure colder temperatures. The summer heat can be excruciating but if you want to cool off, Mt. Washington is the place to be. Whether you want to go hiking, cruising, or riding an ATV, there are plenty of activities that await you. Continue reading “How to Make the Most of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire” »

3 Reasons to Visit Grand Rapids

If you find yourself in the Midwest with nothing to do, why not take a trip to beautiful Michigan and visit one of its most vibrant cities? Grand Rapids is an exciting, attractive place to visit (and it was recently ranked #1 on Forbes’ list of Best Cities for Raising a Family). There’s something for all ages within this Great Lakes gem (and it’s also just a short drive away from the beautiful sandy shores of Lake Michigan!). Here are several “reasons” to visit this amazing city that hundreds of thousands of people call home.

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