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  • Visit Martha’s Vineyard

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    Visit Martha’s Vineyard

    The quiet, picket-fence-lined streets of Martha’s Vineyard make it a favorite vacation destination along the East Coast. The Vineyard boasts over 80 lodging options, a rather impressive number for a small island community. As you’re contemplating which of these Martha’s Vineyard hotels, motels, inns and resorts to choose for your …

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  • Top 10 Glaciers in the World

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    Top 10 Glaciers in the World

    Glaciers are the largest and biggest source of freshwater on this planet. They are formed when snow falls at a very fast rate and condenses to form a sheet of ice. This post is the 1st part of Top 10 Glaciers in the World.

    Hubbard Glacier

    The Hubbard Glacier is

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  • Hiking Johnston Canyon

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    Hiking Johnston Canyon

    In the Canadian Rockies, you’ll find this enjoyable hiking trail, full of photo opportunities, in South Western Alberta.

    In southern Alberta, just to the North West of Banff, and within Banff National Park, there are three terrific hiking opportunities, all at the same spot.

    Johnston Canyon offers a wonderful hike

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  • Restaurant Week in Houston, Texas

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    Restaurant Week in Houston, TexasSeveral local restaurants are teaming up to help fight hunger in Houston.

    Restaurant Week is an annual event in Houston, Texas.  It was established in 2003 to help fund the Houston Food Bank in fighting hunger.  Food lovers can enjoy a three-course gourmet meal for under $35 per person …

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  • Get To Know About The Beauty of Jasper National Park

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    Get To Know About The Beauty of Jasper National Park
    Jasper National Par

    The Jasper National Park is one of the largest and most visited parks in Canada. It was established as a national park on December 1, 1907, to protect its mountain landscapes (such as the ever famous Rocky Mountains), which are home to a variety of wildlife that …

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  • Travel Tip: Vacation Rentals vs. Hotels

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    Planning a vacation isn't easy. You have to figure out travel plans, a place to stay, and what you want to do there. Having options is great as long as you know how to weigh them.
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    Vacation rentals are rapidly becoming a highly desirable option for places to
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  • Discover Dynamic Darwin

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    Discover Dynamic Darwin
    Australia's Brazen North Port calls you to quests.


    Darwin – Australia's Brazen Asian Port City beckons intrepid and timid alike. “Discover Dynamic Darwin,” is first in a series of eight articles on Australian Capitals.


    Thank-you Stephen  and Rob  for the images.

    TERMS

    Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, Kakadu National Park

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  • Perth: Pride of Western Australia

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    Perth Pride of Western AustraliaProud Perth, Australia's Indian Ocean Paradise awaits you.

    “Perth: Pride of Western Australia,” is fifth in a series of Web pages dedicated to Australian Capital Cities, from smallest to largest, in inhabitants.

    Perth: Australia's Indian Ocean Paradise

    Perth, Australia's most Westerly Capital City is Australia's only major Indian Ocean port.  …

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  • Adelaide: South Australia’s Siren

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    Adelaide: South Australia's Siren

    Adelaide calls you from across the seas with wonderful wine and adventures.

    Adelaide: South Australia's Siren, is fourth in a series about Australian Capital Cities, from smallest to largest in population.

    Australia's Free City

    Adelaide was founded in 1836 to counter the transportation of convicts. Adelaide is regarded as the …

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  • Hobart: Tasmania’s Jewel

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    Hobart: Tasmania's Jewel

    Visit beautiful Hobart, Tasmania's capital gem.

    Hobart – Tasmania's Capital is a true diamond. “Tasmania's Jewel – Hobart,” is second in this series of eight articles on Australian Capitals – from the smallest to the largest in population.

    Hobart – Past and Future

    A sparkling diamond of a city, Hobart …

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  • Port Huron Blue Water Area Michigan

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    Port Huron Blue Water Area Michigan

    Find out about Port Huron and the Blue Water area.

    Explore the boyhood home of Thomas Edison, and enjoy the beaches and other activities the site offers.

    Port Huron is a city in the state of Michigan. It has an area of 8 square miles and was settled by Europeans …

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  • Paris , The City of Lights

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    Paris The City of Lights

    A closer look at Paris.

    History

    The earliest known occupation of what is now Paris was around 4200 B.C. by the Celtic Simons. The Celtics flourished until they were conquered by roman forces in 52 B.C. When the Romans took over they named the city Lutetina. While under roman rule …

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  • Georgia Aquarium Atlanta : is the world’s largest aquarium

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    The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, is the world’s largest aquarium, holding over 8 million gallons.

    On a hot summer day, in downtown Atlanta, I headed over to the Georgia Aquarium to see just how big the world’s aquarium really was.

    The Georgia Aquarium

    The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, …

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  • A Tour of Illinois – Lincoln’s New Salem Historic Site

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    Lincoln’s New Salem Historic Site

    One of Illinois’ more interesting and historical travel destinations is Lincoln’s New Salem Historic Site that offers visitors a chance to stroll through history and get a glimpse of life in 1830’s frontier America as well as the life of Abraham Lincoln where he spent his formative years.

    Located approximately …

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  • The Great American Monuments

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    The Great American Monuments

    Explore the amazing great American Monuments such as Liberty Bell,Statue of Liberty, The Shrine of Democracy and The Washington Monument.


    LIBERTY BELL

    Location:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Number of Visitors: About 1.5 million per year

    Material: 70% Copper, 25% Tin, 5% other metals

    Height over the Crown: 2 feet, 3 inches

    Weight

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  • Niagara Falls: A Shared Heritage

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    Niagara Falls: A Shared Heritage

    The United States and Canada are good neighbors that share many aspects of life and commerce, but only one national treasure, Niagara Falls.

    Niagara Falls is the second largest waterfall on the planet, and it is a true sensory delight with visual impact, exciting sounds, and the sweet smell and …

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  • Top Three Travel Tips When Visiting Sweden

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    Top Three Travel Tips When Visiting Sweden

    Summer is getting near and while many travellers go to southern Europe and the Riviera in hope of warm and sunny weather, many people have discovered the vast beauty of Scandinavia. In particular, Sweden has become somewhat of a favourite for Americans visiting Europe.

    This is of course not a …

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  • 10 Spectacular U.S. Cities at Night

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    10 Spectacular U.S. Cities at Night
    America's cities are beautiful by day, but the view becomes spectacular and romantic by night.

    Las Vegas, Nevada (Hotel and casino, Paris Las Vegas)

    Las Vegas, located in Nevada, was incorporated as a city in1911. It is known worldwide as a resort city for international and domestic tourists. It is …

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  • Pennsylvania State Park: Land of Boulders

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    Pennsylvania State Park Land of Boulders

    Hickory Run State Park

    Hickory Run State Park is a Pennsylvania park that would make Fred Flintstone proud. The 17 acre Boulder Field contained in the park is a site to see and a National Natural Landmark.

    Hickory Run State park is located in northeastern Pennsylvania in the western foothills …

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  • Seven Coasters You Need to Ride

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    Seven Coasters You Need to RideT-Express

    T-Express is a wooden roller coaster located at Everland amusement park in Yogin, South Korea.  It recently became the the worlds steepest roller coaster when it opened in may of 2008 by beating El Toro's record by 1 degree.  It is also first south Korea's first wooden roller coaster.  …

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  • Most Beautiful Indiana Waterfalls

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    Most Beautiful Indiana Waterfalls

    Nobody thinks of waterfalls and Indiana together but the Hoosier State has a surprising number of waterfalls considering its flat landscape and a couple of these falls are true beauty’s.

    Indiana is generally thought of as a flat Midwestern state and is not known for its waterfalls but the state

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  • How to Keep Children Occupied on a Long Car Journey

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    How to Keep Children Occupied on a Long Car Journey

    Traveling with children

    is a lot easier these days than when I was a child in 1960s but it is still a good idea to plan ahead and have plenty of ideas to keep the children occupied.

    In those far off days of 1960s we used to travel to Devon …

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  • Hawaii – The Island Who Keeps on Growing

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    Hawaii - The Island Who Keeps on Growing

    There’s nothing like basking under the warm sun and feeling your cares drift away in a beach especially if that beach is located in the Aloha State of Hawaii.

    Hawaii is a state made up entirely of islands. It is known as the “Paradise of the Pacific” because of its

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  • Great Value Holidays Follow Flights to Florida

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    Great Value Holidays Follow Flights to Florida

    Flights to Florida

    The Sunshine State houses many of the top attractions in the USA and airlines are competing to see who can offer the best deals on flights to Florida.
    With Walt Disney World, SeaWorld and a well-deserved reputation for sand, surf and sunshine, flights to Florida are as …

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  • What is Really Below The London Underground?

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    What is Really Below The London Underground?

    I grew up using the London Underground, there are some facts about the underground Railway system, the government do not want you to know!

    I was born in London and my childhood was spent in London.  I eventually left London in my mid thirties to expand my horizons and for …

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  • Insider’s Guide to Austin

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    Insider’s Guide to Austin
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    From the quirky to the quaint, Austin, Texas is the destination for live music, art, and a world-class food scene. It also happens to be home to Nabewise’s one-and-only brick-and-mortar store on bustling Second Street. We had a chance to catch up with this month’s #StyleForAll brand ambassadors (all …

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  • I Love Venice Beach

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    I Love Venice Beach

    It’s one of those places you can go year after year, week after week and you’ll always have a different experience.

    I love Venice Beach. It’s one of those places you can go year after year, week after week and you’ll always have a different experience. There was a point …

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  • Spas in Napa Valley and Vasquez Rocks Park

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    Spas in Napa Valley

    Spas in Napa Valley

    On some days, all you really want to do is to just get away and escape from it all. I think you know what I mean. It would be nice if you can just drop the work load, get away from your stuffy cubicle and go …

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  • Saskatchewan Adventure

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    Saskatchewan Adventure

    Where do you have to go to step back in time? Would you believe Saskatchewan? Yes, I'm serious! That land-locked province known for its endless kilometers of wheat fields and wide open spaces is hiding an adventure right out of the history books.

    Saskatchewan has drawn the attention of adventurers …

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