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Day Trips to Take from Santa Barbara, CA

With its Mediterranean climate, Mission-style architecture, and small-town feel, Santa Barbara is a can’t miss on any trip to California. But just outside the city lays a multitude of beautiful landscapes and traditional cultures. Here are the best day trips to take from Santa Barbara.
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The Best Nightlife In The Outer Banks

Although the Outer Banks is a family-friendly vacation destination, it is also home to a thriving nightlife. Below are some of the best places to go for an evening on the town in the Outer Banks.
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Why Fall Is The Best Time Of The Year To Visit The Jersey Shore

After Labor Day, the Jersey Shore is a relaxing holiday destination, especially without the summer crowds. You can still enjoy antique shopping, climbing to the top of a lighthouse to enjoy the panoramic view, walking on the beach and dining at the famed seafood restaurants without waiting in line.

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The Best Beach Bars In Grand Cayman

We all love the sound of sitting on the beach and drinking a fruity cocktail during vacation. Grand Cayman has the perfect ambiance for a relaxing afternoon sipping drinks at a beach bar. Most beach bars you’ll find on the popular Seven Mile Beach. Here are our picks for the best beach bars in Grand Cayman.

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Take A Family Vacation To Yarmouth, MA

The beautiful Cape Cod town of Yarmouth, Massachusetts consists of three individual communities offering families wonderful places to explore. Each has their own flare, so families should make sure to visit them all.
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Things To Do On Las Olas Boulevard In Fort Lauderdale, FL

Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard is an amazing stretch of diverse restaurants, a fascinating museum, art gallery, and dozens of enticing retail stores. As for nightlife, it is Florida’s Party Central.
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How To Plan An Elopement Wedding

While ‘elopement’ may conjure up images of heading to Vegas on the spur of the moment, the truth is that a planned elopement wedding is simply a smaller and more intimate wedding than a big blow-out bash. Ahead, discover how to plan your own perfect elopement wedding.

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Interesting Things To Do In North Georgia

Ranging from the northern metropolitan Atlanta suburbs and bordering the neighboring states of Alabama, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The region commonly referred to as North Georgia is a largely hilly, mountainous area that was once the unofficial capital of the Native-American Cherokee nation. During the American Civil War (1861-65), North Georgia was the site of several notable battles between Union and Confederate troops, most notably the Battle of Chickamauga.
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Interesting Things To Do In Wasilla, AK

If you’ve been to Alaska but want to tour a destination a bit off the beaten path, Wasilla is the perfect place to experience Alaskan scenery and history. Just over 35 miles north of Anchorage, Wasilla is all about small town charm and the Iditarod. Another great part is nearby Alaska Garden Gate B&B and Cottages, a small bed and breakfast between Palmer and Wasilla that is a great place to stay for your Wasilla adventures. Here are the most interesting things to do in this Alaskan small town.

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How To Spend Fourth Of July In Napa Valley Wine Country

Independence Day in Napa Valley celebrates our country’s history in an explosive way. Each year, residents celebrate the Napa County Fair & Fireworks in Calistoga. To get into the spirit of the celebration, local chefs make event-specific dishes like summer galettes filled with seasonal fruits, rosemary scented lamb loin, and figs and pigs. Naturally, there are famous Napa wines to go with these delicious dishes, plenty of Napa hospitality, and lots of fun! If you’re going to be in the Napa Valley area over the 4th of July, here’s what you need to know about fireworks, food and wine, and parades.

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