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10 Suggested Carousels To Ride On National Carousel Day

With National Carousel Day fast approaching, wouldn’t it be fun to ride one of America’s most treasured carousels? After all, Americans have had a long relationship with amusement rides and many classic merry-go-rounds are still in operation! What’s more, since this special day only comes once a year and some attractions might be free or … Continue reading 10 Suggested Carousels To Ride On National Carousel Day

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10 Best Historic Seaside Amusement Parks In America

Summer travel is in full swing and amusement parks are often at the top of the list of things to see and do. On the other hand, prices have risen so much at theme parks, it prevents many families from visiting. What’s more, mega parks are selling food items for as much as $100 and … Continue reading 10 Best Historic Seaside Amusement Parks In America

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Getting Around Honolulu/Waikiki Without A Rental Car

With sun kissed beaches and dramatic vistas, Honolulu is among the hottest vacation destinations this summer. But in case you haven’t been watching the news, Hawaii is experiencing a car rental apocalypse. In fact, rental cars are so high, some visitors have resorted to renting U-Haul vehicles to save costs. So, should you pay for … Continue reading Getting Around Honolulu/Waikiki Without A Rental Car

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Five Colorful Destinations To Visit In California

If you’re planning for a long overdue vacation, shouldn’t California be on your radar? After all, the Golden State offers a spectrum of places, from charming whistle stops to prismatic municipalities. While the choice is yours, why not consider visit a picturesque spot where no filter is required? The following are just five of the … Continue reading Five Colorful Destinations To Visit In California

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Hottest New Luxury Hotels To Open This Year In Mexico

With its proximity to the U.S., Mexico will be one of the hottest international destinations to visit this year. In fact, the appeal after a challenging year is greater than ever to escape to Mexico’s white sandy beaches and temperate/tropical climate. While travelers already have an abundance of lodging options, some of the newest are … Continue reading Hottest New Luxury Hotels To Open This Year In Mexico

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Five National Monuments In And Around The San Francisco Bay Area

      Of America's 73 national monuments, 11 are located in California. In the San Francisco Bay Area, there are just three national monuments. But what may seem as a surprise, Alcatraz Island isn’t part of these select few. Nevertheless, where are these fascinating Bay Area spots that were deemed national monuments by presidential … Continue reading Five National Monuments In And Around The San Francisco Bay Area

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San Simeon, California: Where To Stay Near Hearst Castle

            Although its most popular attraction remains temporarily closed, San Simeon is still a fascinating and very affordable California destination. Just minutes from the world-famous Hearst Castle, San Simeon is a historic seaside town filled with spectacular ocean vistas and friendly locals. While Hearst Castle takes much of the national … Continue reading San Simeon, California: Where To Stay Near Hearst Castle

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Pet Friendly Hotels To Stay In San Francisco

        If you’re looking for a highly rated pet friendly hotel in San Francisco, it shouldn’t take long. As one of America’s most popular pet friendly destinations, San Francisco offers several great hotels for you and your furry friend. Nevertheless, like all hotels, some simply are better than others, based upon guest … Continue reading Pet Friendly Hotels To Stay In San Francisco

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Discover A National Park By Boat

    Do you want to visit a national park but don’t like crowds? Even in today’s environment, America’s national parks can be more crowded than you'd like. Instead, why not visit one of the least visited segments of the National Park System? In fact, did you know that some U.S. national parks can only … Continue reading Discover A National Park By Boat

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Summer Travel: Five Easy Tips On How To Stay Healthy

      Summer has finally arrived and people across the country are ready to head out on a well-deserved vacation. But in the most challenging year of a lifetime, what can you do to stay healthy when you’re traveling? Here are just a few tips to make your summer getaway fun while keeping yourself … Continue reading Summer Travel: Five Easy Tips On How To Stay Healthy