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  • 5 key tips for a great Pasadena luxury weekend getaway
    5 key tips for a great Pasadena luxury weekend getaway
    Pasadena is a wonderful small city just outside Los Angeles. With great dining, luxury hotels and some incredible art and architecture, it's a great destination for a luxury weekend getaway. I headed up to check out why Pasadena, maybe best...
  • Branson
    5 Excellent Ways to Explore Branson
    Being the ‘world’s live entertainment and music capital’ and Missouri’s best family friendly vacation destination, the city of Branson has something to offer for everyone. This town blends perfectly to the natural beauty of...
  • Palm Springs Art Museum
    Palm Springs for all seasons: hip, hot, healing and haute, part 2
    More than just a sensual desert playground with sunshine and blue skies year-round, Palm Springs draws a diverse clientele who might be as passionate about nature and healing as dining and shopping, or art and design, and who might tie in a visit...
  • Jeffersonville, a bike friendly city across the river from Louisville
    Jeffersonville, a bike friendly city across the river from Louisville
    The Ohio River defines the border between Kentucky and Indiana. On the south side of the river sits the metropolis of Louisville, home of the Kentucky Derby, Louisville Slugger baseball bats, and the 2013 NCAA Men’s College Basketball...
  • Fort Myers Beach, Florida
    Gulf coast beaches
    Ft. Myers Beach is Young and Fun!The sidewalk sizzles with excitement as throngs of people bounce around between tiki bars, ice cream bars, and tropical restaurants. And, since this is the Gulf Coast of Florida, there are plenty of exquisite...
  • Skiing and the Sundance Kid
    Skiing and the Sundance Kid
    Robert Redford's Sundance: Where Skiing, Art and the Old West RideIt was mid-February and we had just arrived at Sundance Mountain Resort, Robert Redford’s artsy ski retreat tucked in a narrow canyon in the Wasatch range just outside...
  • The  "Little  Yellow  Train"
    Rappahannock Railroad Museum, Fredericksburg, Virginia
    When you think of Fredericksburg, Virginia, you think of the halfway point between Washington D.C. and Richmond, Virginia. You think of the boyhood home of George Washington. Then you have the Civil War numerous battlefields that surround the city...
  • The Big 4 hosts: Life is a Cabernet, August 6 at the Scarlet Huntington
    Life is a Cabernet: The Big 4's Silver Oak Wine Dinner, August 6
    Fans of Silver Oak winery's exceptional Cabernet Sauvignons will have a special opportunity on August 6th to experience the award-winning winery's yet-to-be-released 2011 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Partnering with Silver Oak, San...
  • Marvin's Marvelous Mechinal museum
    Arcade games of the past, alive and well at marvins mechinal museum.
    Farmington Hills, MICH- The cling of quarters into metal slots brings make childhood memories. Games once only played at the local arcade are now taken for granted as gaming systems are some modern placed that old models can be found at thrift...
  • Meet Cat in the Hat, Things 1 and 2 and friends aboard Carnival cruise ships
    Meet Cat in the Hat, Things 1 and 2 and friends aboard Carnival cruise ships
    Cruise lines have learned that the family market is lucrative, and many are floating homes for familiar characters like Disney or Dreamworks friends, but there's only one place you can sail with Dr. Seuss favorites like the Cat in the Hat....
  • Carnival Sunshine is great example of an old ship transformed into new
    Carnival Sunshine is great example of an old ship transformed into new
    Carnival Cruise Line has a variety of ships sailing out of Florida ports, and one of them is actually an old ship transformed into something new back in 2013. At that time, the former Carnival Destiny made its debut with a new name and a complete...
  • Dine on Green Eggs and Ham at sea with Carnival Cruise Line Dr. Seuss fun
    Dine on Green Eggs and Ham at sea with Carnival Cruise Line Dr. Seuss fun
    Carnival Cruise Line is known as a great place to party, but its ships also cater to families with a wide variety of kid friendly opportunities. One of the most popular is the Dr. Seuss-based entertainment, which includes story times, movies, a...
  • Tampa baseball star Evan Longoria reads new Dr. Seuss book on Carnival Paradise
    Tampa baseball star Evan Longoria reads new Dr. Seuss book on Carnival Paradise
    Carnival Cruise Line and the Dr. Seuss brand have a close relationship, so it was a perfect pairing to have Tampa Rays baseball star Evan Longoria read Dr. Seuss's newest book, "What Pet Should I Get," to an excited group of kids on...
  • Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
    Detroit museum is host to the largest African American collection
    The American museum, formerly known as the International Afro-American Museum was founded in 1965, holds the world’s largest permanent exhibit on African American culture- which is the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in...
  • The Silly Sprout
    The Silly Sprout opens in Litchfield
    A new shop for kids, aptly named, "The Silly Sprout" http://www.thesillysprout.com has just opened it's doors this week in Litchfield, Connecticut about a mile from the stately village green. Just in time for school, the Silly Sprout...
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