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14
May
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Summer is here, and it’s time to seek out your favorite old swimming hole or enjoy the adventure of finding a new one. With America’s abundant rivers and creeks, the old swimming hole is both historic and modern. It is true Americana. Many rural families, especially the kids, wouldn’t dream of standing in line to jump into a city swimming pool filled with chemicals. The well-loved local swimming hole, revisited […]

02
April
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The countryside surrounding Fredericksburg Texas may rightly remind you of the warm, sunny wine-growing regions of Europe. In fact, a leisurely drive down US Highway 290 will bring you to the many unique wineries in the Texas hill country; “Wine Road 290” will certainly reward the wine connoisseur with the unique flavors and ambiance only to be found in Texas. Let’s take a look at the best wineries the Texas […]

07
February
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Best-loved for its beautiful Historic District, Savannah is full of charm and Southern grace. Georgia’s oldest city is laid out in 22 squares and filled with 18th-century mansions, churches, and Revolutionary and Civil War monuments surrounded by live oaks draped in moss. Restaurants, museums, galleries, and unique boutique shopping amidst it all make Savannah’s Historic District the perfect destination for history buffs, foodies, and those looking for a romantic getaway. […]

08
January
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Located in northeastern Pennsylvania and greater New York, the Poconos may be famous for mountains and skiing, but it is also well known for its thriving nightlife as well. Packed with fun, entertaining, and exciting activities and options, it’s definitely a community where you can enjoy the night of your life, filled with memories you will cherish forever. So once you find the perfect Poconos bed and breakfast to stay at, […]

04
December
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There is something to be said for destination weddings. They’re often beautiful, memorable, and entirely unique. Brides and grooms who choose a destination wedding do so knowing that their wedding likely won’t be topped by anyone they know. However, they also accept that it isn’t always the easiest type of wedding to plan. In order to make sure that your destination wedding to beautiful Maryland’s Eastern Shore is smooth and […]

23
October
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Idaho is one of the last stands of pristine, untainted wilderness, a perfect retreat for those seeking wide open spaces and outdoor recreation. Stanley, Idaho, settled at the foot of the Sawtooth mountains, is an outdoor playground for adventure lovers, and kayaking opportunities abound. Here are some of the best places to kayak near Stanley: Stanley Lake Situated about 7 miles from town, Stanley Lake offers picturesque mountain views as […]

11
October
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Jackson Hole, Wyoming is the ideal setting for a winter wonderland wedding. The Grand Tetons provide a stunning backdrop for any winter destination wedding. Here are four things that make a winter wedding in Jackson Hole so special for the bride, the groom, and all of their loved ones: LODGING: A variety of lodging options make Jackson Hole the perfect choice for your destination wedding. From rustic cabins to majestic lodges […]

27
August
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Chewacla State Park in Auburn, Alabama is a wonderful place. It’s open, with plenty of greenery, and has a lake and creeks for various forms of entertainment. Spread over 696 acres, there is something in the state park for everyone to enjoy. Going Camping? Chewacla has lovely camp grounds. There are several – there’s an area for tent camping, an area for RVs, and even cabins available. The tent campsites have […]

23
August
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Traveling to a new place provides you with the opportunity to discover the area’s culture, history and way of life. Another fun part of traveling is trying out new places to eat as well as new cuisine. Atlanta is known for its history as well as it’s cuisine. Food is deeply integrated into culture, so why not combine them? While traveling to Atlanta, we recommend staying at Stonehurst Place, which […]

16
August
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Irvington, Virginia was first explored by John Smith in 1608. Plantation owners settled the area not much later and started growing tobacco for export to England. This historic town is home to around 600 people, but it still packs a lot of charm. Since it’s not overrun with people, it makes the ideal destination for a romantic weekend getaway. It is home to the Hope and Glory Inn that features its own […]