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Things to Do in Anaheim

Things to Do in Anaheim – Besides Disneyland

When planning a trip to Anaheim, Disneyland has become the first spot for any tourist. It is, after all, the happiest place on earth! While that famed amusement park can easily take a day or 2 (or more!) to fully explore, there are other places in this area that can make your trip even more […]

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Family Fun Ideas in Northern Arizona Petrified Forest

Family Fun Ideas in Northern Arizona and New Mexico

There are many family fun ideas in Northern Arizona and stretches for Amarillo across New Mexico and into Arizona. The desert vistas of Northern Arizona are enchanting. They are sights that my family and I love to see repeatedly. We recently got back from a road trip there that was nothing short of spectacular. We […]

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Port Washington Bay

Exploring Port Washington Wisconsin

Taking a few days away from the everyday bustle is so worthwhile. That’s certainly how I felt after my getaway to lovely Port Washington, Wisconsin. With the turning of the seasons, I wanted to get out and explore somewhere new. A friend of mine suggested Port Washington, which is just 30 minutes north of Milwaukee. […]

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Move to Montreal

What You Need to Know to Move to Montreal Canada

This article contains general information needed to smoothly transition for your move to Montreal Canada. Information included here tackles the requirements for acquiring a visa, healthcare insurance, a driver’s license, as well as information on education and the general background of Montreal. Planning to move to Montreal, Canada? While it’s always fun to just pack […]

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Romantic Things to Do in Montreal

3 Weekend Romantic Things to Do in Montreal

Considered as the second largest city in Canada, Montreal has been known for its romantic sceneries and European flair. This is why a lot of foreigners and even Canadians love going to the city for weekend romantic dates, family getaways, summer visits to Montreal. There are several options on which a traveler, particularly a couple […]

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Heli Skiing Vacation

The Slopes Like You’ve Never Seen Them – Heli Skiing Vacation

If you are from a big city, travelling to western Canada is a bit of an unreal experience. Suddenly beautiful mountains, fresh air and a sparkling ocean are right in front of you. And if you are a skier, that experience is even more shocking. For any avid skier who learned how to snowplow on […]

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New York City

Best Shopping in New York City

New York is packed with every type of cultural attraction, countless entertainment options, as well as the best shopping experience on the planet. Coming to this city means getting to visit famous places like Times Square (New Year’s Eve Fireworks), Central Park, the Empire State Building, and Grand Central Station. Here are just some of the […]

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Siesta Key Sarasota

One of America’s Top Vacation Destinations Siesta Key Sarasota, Florida

Idyllic Siesta Key Sarasota, Florida is one of America’s top vacation destinations. It’s popular for a number of reasons. Among them is one of the top-rated public beaches in the country, Siesta Key. With its eight miles of glorious sand along the Gulf of Mexico, it includes three beaches: Siesta Beach, Turtle Beach and Crescent […]

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Golden Gate Park Carousel

5 Must-See Attractions at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park

If you’re wondering what to do in San Francisco, start with Golden Gate Park. This enormous, beautiful green oasis in the middle of the city is stuffed with fun attractions and activities. It wasn’t easy to choose only a handful, but here are five that you just can’t miss.  1.) Take a ride on the […]

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New York USA – A Dream for Shoppers

New York USA – A Dream for Shoppers

There are few more exciting places to shop than this Cornucopia-on-the-Hudson in New York, with its boutiques, department stores, and discount outlets all jostling for a piece of the sales action. When the city’s wealthy began migrating from Lower Manhattan to the north, New York stores followed suit. From the 1860s to around 1920, shopping was […]

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