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  • Must See Events at the Finger Lakes of New York

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    These are seasonal events not to be missed at the Finger Lakes of New York.

    The Finger Lakes of Upper State New York are home to many scenic, winding roads that ultimately lead to the area's most treasured tourist attractions — its wineries. Many wine lovers flock to the Finger

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  • Marblehead, Massachusetts: A Picturesque and Historic Treasure Close to Boston

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    The sea which had once been their livelihood is now their playground.

    Marblehead, a Massachusetts town 18 miles north of Boston, has been shaped by its relationship with the Atlantic Ocean from its founding in the seventeenth century up to this very day. The town is a peninsula jutting out

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  • Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Minnesota

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    Minnesota is known as “The Land of Lakes” but it has its share of beautiful and scenic waterfalls.

    In the Dakota Sioux language Minnesota is the word for “w

    ater” and while Minnesota is better known for its 10,000 lakes it does have some very nice waterfalls primarily along its

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  • New York Travel Advisory – The City That Never Sleeps

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    A closer look at the largest city in the United States.

    History

    New York City was inhabited by 5,000 Native Americans when it was founded in 1524 by an Italian explorer Giovanni da Varrazzano.  In 1644 the English conquered the city and named it New York.  The city was the

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  • South Florida

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    If you're thinking about a vacation to Florida, try visiting places like the Florida Keys and Miami.

    One of the best places to visit over in that “red state” and no longer run by lil' brother are the Florida Keys. It's a breathtakingly scenic drive due south along the Overseas

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  • Road Trip: Chapter One, Section Two

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    From Wellington, Florida, to El Paso, Illinois: Florida.

    5:30AM

    We've planned this trip for a while now, and it was already time to make the move. My cousins' Ford Fusion, was perfect to go such distance. It was his brand-new car, red, and very sophisticated. We also had a police

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  • The East Bay’s Vintage Movie Theatres

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    Elmwood Theatre at Night

    Elmwood Theatre at Night, photo by JoeInSouthernCA

    Back in the day, practically every main street in America had its own little piece of Hollywood. Before television, the internet, and smart phones, glamorous single screen movie theatres were a dime a dozen. Now few and far between, these vestiges of the …

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  • What is YouTube TV – Travel Review try it for free for 14 days

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    YouTube TV

    The service price went up in  is currently priced at $49.99 plus tax per month slightly more that Youtube TV's competitors Sling TV and Hulu Live TV yet still rivals traditional cable bills, at an average of $107 per month in the US. Add-ons to the channel lineup are available …

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  • A farm in the city—Atlanta’s East Lake builds an urban farm

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    East Lake is upping the ante on unique additions to a neighborhood. This community is known in Atlanta as being an up-and-coming neighborhood for young couples and families—a perfect location for those wanting to be in-town without the high price tag. In recent years, this neighborhood has added a few …

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  • Rewards Programs at Kohl’s

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    Save 15% by signing up for email and text alerts

    Now this is a pretty self explanatory reward but you may not have realized that they are offered separately so sign up for one, use the discount offered and then sign up for the second!

    Get Discounted Gift Cards

    There …

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  • Wonders in the World of Nature

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    Nature is a miraculous creation that accommodates some unusual and wondrous sights occurring in the framework of the whole universe.
    This is a mysterious creature found living in the flowing glacier in Hokkaido, Japan. This creature survives at the temperature of minus two. It is a type of plankton. It …

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  • Family Fun in Seattle on a Budget

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    See Seattle without breaking the bank.

    Having family fun in Seattle on a budget.

    You're planning a family trip to Seattle and you want the most entertainment for your dollar. Who do you ask for ideas? Locals, of course. Here's a local's list of fun things to do and ways

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  • Cawker City, Kansas: Home of the World’s Largest Ball of Twine

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    The granddaddy of all roadside attractions, and the town it calls home, provide the backdrop for an unexpected dose of long forgotten Americana.

    In my many travels across these United States, I have come to the conclusion that there are five landmarks every good American traveler must visit: Mount Rushmore, …

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  • Bestbuy.com for traveler

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    Best Buy is the most well known family of electronics housed and living under one roof. Best Buy is a one-stop shop for digital cameras, DVD players, Garmin gps, TV's, laptops and much more. In the field of electronics and accessories, Best Buy is the clear leader in popular brand …

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  • What is Budget Rent A Car?

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    Budget Rent A Car has 800 car rental offices in the US, in different states. Headquartered in New Jersey, the brand offers customers affordable rentals on cars and vans. Internationally, the company not only owns several locations but also has 2,000 additional franchises. Customers can choose from a wide range …

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  • Sightseeing in Las Vegas

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    Sights and impressions on the Las Vegas strip.

    Where can you see Africa, Europe and America, all in one street. Fly into Las Vegas today and land at the end of a string of multicolored jewels that have now reached out all the way to McCarran airport. The city that

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  • jcpenney online for traveler

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    jcpenney is one of America's largest department stores, catalog, and e-commerce retailers, employing approximately 150,000 associates. As of 2005, jcpenney Corporation operated over 1,000 jcpenney department stores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and more than 60 Renner department stores in Brazil. jcpenney Catalog, including e-commerce, is the nation's …

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  • Sephora Travel Kits

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    Once a girl discovers the makeup brand they rely on, the one that enhances their natural beauty and instills confidence, there is rarely any turning back. You can buy your favorite fragrances, cosmetics, skincare, hair care, and bath and body products, or try something entirely new. Maybe you haven't discovered …

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  • Backcountry Store

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    Backcountry Store is dedicated to being the best online retailer of the best built outdoor and Backcountry gear on the planet. From the start their founders were intent on selling quality gear over the Web and what they found was that if the content is good and the products of …

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  • Review: The Meritage Resort in Napa, California

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    Among the hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts in the Napa Valley wine country, it is refreshing to find a really well-done property at a reasonable price.

    Staying in California's Napa/Sonoma wine country can be quite pricey. Most nice places to stay in the Napa area run upwards of $300 …

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  • 10 Things to Do in New York City for Under $25

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    New York is one of the most exciting destinations in the world, with a wealth of things to see and do for every kind of traveler. While some parts may be pricey, backpackers on a budget will find that much of this popular city can actually be experienced for under

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  • Sweet, Sweet Newbury Street: A Chocolate Tour in Back Bay

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    Boston sights, the Freedom Trail, historical nabe walks, and harbor tours come to mind. Yawn, right? Luckily, I’ve found a tour with a sweet edge for those of us that are curious and hungry: The Boston Chocolate Walking Tour Company.

    While the company offers several tour routes, I chose Back

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  • Most Expensive Homes Villas Around the World

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    We’ve already discovered the most outrageous Beverly Hills homes, the coolest lofts, and the most expensive ranch houses, but if you’re now looking for your next home to purchase, we’ve done the shopping for you. Among the most expensive homes on the market, we’ve picked the 10 most luxurious villas …

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  • Which cars have self-driving features Who Has the Best Autonomous

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    Autonomous vehicles have been a trendy topic among petrol heads since the day the first autonomous car concept was released.

    Not just that, with many more concepts about to hit the road in these couple of years, there is also a small debate going on about which company will accomplish

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  • Electric cars vs gas cars pros and cons – road trip planner

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    Gas and electricity is the most widely used power source for vehicles right now in the world. With expectations of electric cars to conquer the roads in the near future many of the car fanatics are comparing between electric cars and gas cars.

    If you are still stuck in the

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  • Exclusive: Dominique Ansel On The Cronut’s First Birthday

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    TREATS WORTH TRAVELING FOR

    It should come as no surprise that Dominique Ansel, the man who ignited an international revolution with the Cronut™, was awarded this year's Best Pastry Chef at the James Beard Awards on Monday. If the Oscar's of the food world hadn't recognized him, his massive following

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  • Top Spa Resorts For International Jetsetters

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    As nice as a mani pedi combo is, sometimes a 15-minute hand massage just isn’t enough. There’s no better way to decompress and de-stress than to take the whole day—a spa day, that is. We’ve caught up with our favorite Travel Curator Melanie Brandman, who happens to be as spa-savvy …

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  • Hawaii Food & Wine Festival

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    “Some people still think that people in Honolulu live in huts by the beach wear grass skirts,” my cab driver tells me en route from the airport. But judging from the traffic, it’s clear that Oahu is Hawaii’s most urban island. (Two-thirds of the state’s population lives in the city …

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