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Things to Do in the Outer Banks Besides Going to the Beach

Let’s face it, you’ll go to the beach in the Outer Banks more than once while on vacation. That’s what it’s all about–swimming and relaxing. The Outer Banks, though, has so many other opportunities to take advantage of while on vacation. So if you do find that you want to seek out other things to do on the shoreline, look no further. Here are some of the other acitivities to take advantage of in the Outer Banks besides simply going to the beach. Continue reading “Things to Do in the Outer Banks Besides Going to the Beach” »

7 Tips for Visiting Cape Cod for the First Time

Cape Cod is a classic vacation destination. The peninsula off the southeastern coast of Massachusetts consists of 15 towns. Several things will be helpful to know for first time visitors to this charming area. Continue reading “7 Tips for Visiting Cape Cod for the First Time” »

10 Things You’re Forgetting to Pack on a Ski Trip

If you’re new to the slopes, it’s likely that you’re forgetting a few essential items on your packing checklist. The obvious are clear–snowpants, snow boots, heavy sweaters, and large puffy coats to keep you warm. There are a few other items, however, that you’re likely overlooking when it comes to planning the perfect ski trip. Continue reading “10 Things You’re Forgetting to Pack on a Ski Trip” »

Why Stay in The Busy City?

New York City is an amazing place to visit that is full of life and interesting attractions. NYC is also a destination that is tightly packed with people because space is limited. This has made it beneficial to actually get hotel rooms outside the city. There are a few reasons why you should not stay in New York City when visiting. Continue reading “Why Stay in The Busy City?” »

Outer Banks Events Fall 2015

Even once summer is over, exciting events continue to take place in Outer Banks, North Carolina. The following is a sampling of some popular local events occurring in the fall of 2015. Continue reading “Outer Banks Events Fall 2015” »

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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Fun Railroad Tours of the Great Smoky Mountains

The Great Smoky Mountains Railroad offers a number of fun tour packages. It is located in Bryson, NC and is just minutes away from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Continue reading “Fun Railroad Tours of the Great Smoky Mountains” »

Places to Visit in Harrisonburg, Virginia

With a population of nearly 50,000 residents, Harrisonburg is an independent city nestled in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. The city is surrounded by history, art, and culture. The location is prime not only to residents, but to tourists, and with a close proxmity to the Shenandoah National Park and George Washington National Forest, the area makes for a great tourist destination, especially for those more inclined to explore the outdoors. Harrisonburg is home to many attractions, perfect for people seeking excitement and adventure, while also trying new things. Continue reading “Places to Visit in Harrisonburg, Virginia” »

Things to Bring on a Rail Vacation

Train rides are both fun and long experiences in which you might want to find ways to keep yourself occupied. If you’re traveling with children, this task is made even more difficult. There are some really simple things you can bring with your on a train ride. Whenever I take long train rides, I always make sure to pack some form of entainment–for me, that’s my tablet where I can watch TV or movies, or even browse the web. For others, it could be a book or a card game. Either way you look at it, you’ll want to make sure you bring the essentials for a lenghty ride on the railroad so you’re neither bored nor uncomfortable. Continue reading “Things to Bring on a Rail Vacation” »

Massachusetts- The Bay State in the Summer

The Bay State entered into the United States in 1788, but has a much longer history. Massachusetts hold a wide variety of activities to partake of during the summer months for almost every visitor’s tastes. From food to history to art and children’s enjoyment, this state is a luxurious amalgamation of culture and adventure. Continue reading “Massachusetts- The Bay State in the Summer” »

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