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What You’ll See on the Napa Valley Wine Train

Sightseeing begins even before boarding the Napa Valley Wine Train. A short bridge that connects the Napa Valley Wine Train to its boarding area has been taken over by romance. On this bridge of love locks, couples can decorate a padlock to their choosing and attach it to the bridge railings. Once it has been locked, the key is to be tossed into the swale below or kept as a memento. This tradition began in China as a way of “locking souls together” as a symbol of love. Even if visitors do not plan to partake in this romantic activity, the bridge is visible as a symbol of love and romance in Napa. Continue reading “What You’ll See on the Napa Valley Wine Train” »

Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Nashville

The holidays are upon us and soon we will be standing with friends, counting down the seconds to the end of the year. There’s no better place for you to join with friends than Nashville, Tennessee. A quick look at a map shows that Nashville is one of the most centrally located cities east of the Mississippi, making it convenient place for families to meet. You’ll find that Nashville offers a wide variety of New Year’s Eve activities from city-wide free celebrations to VIP parties.

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Great Winter Activities and Attractions in Santa Fe

Northern New Mexico is beautiful and mysterious, and offers sightseeing opportunities and activities to suit virtually any traveler. Even when weather is chilly, Santa Fe offers many interesting and fun attractions. Continue reading “Great Winter Activities and Attractions in Santa Fe” »

5 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone This Summer

National parks are beautiful, and fun for the whole family. They are a great way to appreciate nature and by going you are supporting the work national parks do in preserving the integrity of our natural beauties. The United States has many national parks and you should try and visit as many of them as possible. Today, we are going to talk about Yellowstone. Yellowstone is a national park located in Wyoming and covers 3,472 square miles. With all that open space there is no shock that there are a lot of things to see in Yellowstone. Here we are going to talk about the top 5 reasons you should visit Yellowstone this summer. Continue reading “5 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone This Summer” »

Plan a Romantic Winter Getaway to Saugatuck, Michigan

Romance defines a shared beauty between two individuals; but when nurtured amidst a scenic snowy winter backdrop, it matures into something exquisitely beautiful. Whisking your sweetheart away and escaping to a winter retreat bespeaks a gentle romance.saugatuck-river-winter-1030x686-520x346

A winter wonderland portrays the picture-perfect setting for your romantic winter escapade. The enchanting portrayal is one laced in a snowflake-laden atmosphere, with scenic views of crystal-frozen lakes encircled with delicately frosted trees, naturally decorated with dangling ice cycles. The breath of romance, caressed by the crisp chilled air of winter’s glory, will foster in a quaint little village in Saugatuck, Michigan. Cultivate your budding romance while shrouded in picturesque beauty.

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Vacationing in Charleston vs Folly Beach

South Carolina is known for its beautiful shoreline, tropical like beaches and unique islands. It is no wonder that people would want to visit this amazing U.S. state. But where should you stay once you’re there? There are so many unique cities along the shoreline that are perfect for vacationing, but which one is the best? Well, that is hard to say because it depends on what you want from your vacation. Here we will compare two amazing cities, Charleston and Folly Beach, so you can easily choose your next vacation spot. Continue reading “Vacationing in Charleston vs Folly Beach” »

Plan Your Small Wedding in Washington State

A big fancy wedding isn’t for everyone. Whether it is due to budget, or you just enjoy the intimacy of it all, there are many reasons to want a small wedding. If you are planning a small wedding, you can still do a destination wedding. There are many different locations that are ideal for weddings and one of them is Washington State. Washington is a great wedding location for so many reasons. Washington is the perfect place to start planning your small wedding and here is why. Continue reading “Plan Your Small Wedding in Washington State” »

Fun Facts About Alaska: “The Last Frontier”

Sometimes people forget that Alaska is part of the United States. It is separated from the continental U.S. by Canada and it is hard to think about something being so far away, yet still being a part of the same country. So here we are going to talk about a few fun facts about Alaska that you may not know. Continue reading “Fun Facts About Alaska: “The Last Frontier”” »

The Best Ways to See Fall Colors in Massachusetts

Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons. Fall means it’s time to pull out that box of sweaters sitting in the back of your closet and wrap yourself in a warm scarf. It means warm apple cider, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, and of course, taking in the vibrant fall colors. There’s no better place to witness the changing leaves than in Massachusettes. With Massachusettes’ Berkshire mountains and central region filled with rolling hills and river valleys with dense tree coverage, including the popular sugar maple, there are plenty of places to see the Massachusetts trees evolve into a fiery color. Continue reading “The Best Ways to See Fall Colors in Massachusetts” »

Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See

During Fall, the once crowded beaches and town streets of Cape Cod open up. The bright red, yellow, and orange foliage deliver a striking backdrop. The weather becomes cooler and encourages residents and a few visitors to explore the wonders of the changing season. Cape Cod is also home to many bed and breakfasts and inns that offer seasonal and fall specials, like Candleberry Inn in Brewster, MA. Some believe that autumn is Cape Cod’s finest season and below you’ll find plenty of great activities and sights to enjoy. Continue reading “Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See” »

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