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20
November
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Your special day deserves some of the best flowers, cake and live music. You’ll look back at the photos you take on this night forever. Imagine someone 200 years from now looking up their great, great grandmother and discovering some of the most beautiful wedding pictures. What can you do to make your special day fabulous?

23
October
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The Oregon coast has a variety of wildlife attractions for the outdoor enthusiast. Driving down highway 101 offers you several places to pull over and observe the natural wildlife as well as the scenery.  If you are more into visiting an attraction, the Oregon Coast has several that are worth visiting.

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10
September
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Albuquerque is the most highly-populated city in New Mexico situated near the Rio Grande. Not too many people besides its residents are familiar with its rich history. If you’re want to know more about Albuquerque’s history read up on its history here.

25
August
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With just over 2,000 year round residents, Boothbay Harbor is a leading destination for boating enthusiasts. Besides yachts and sailboats, the coastal town also boasts a rich history, breathtaking ocean views, and amazing seafood. If you and your family are looking for a memorable vacation, Boothbay Harbor fits the bill. You can even find a family resort in Maine to stay at during your travels. Here are a few things […]

15
August
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Nothing makes a dinner more delectable than pairing it with a delicious glass of wine. Northern Georgia has so many options that are only made better with the breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and waterfalls. Wine dinners are the perfect activity to enjoy during romantic getaways in Georgia. Here are the best places to enjoy a wine dinner during your getaway to North Georgia.

02
August
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We’ve all seen the MTV show Jersey Shore that shows a group of young adults spending a summer partying in Seaside Heights, New Jersey. We’re here to let you know that no….Jersey Shore isn’t all tan “guidos”. New Jersey is a beautiful Eastern state with the shoe being a popular tourist attraction for families. Here are five new Jersey myths debunked by our experts on the state.

05
July
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Founded the same year as the Jamestown settlement, in 1607, Santa Fe is still a capital city and a vibrant center of art and culture more than 400 years later. From the intricately detailed bronze doors of the Basilica of Saint Frances to the fascinating exhibits in the city’s many museums to the heights of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa Fe offers an almost limitless range of outdoor pursuits, fascinating history, and […]

25
June
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Summer dreaming is even more peaceful when you’ve got a specific destination in mind, and it’s best when that destination is Cape Cod. The Cape is one of the most stunning and relaxing places for a getaway, but with all there is to see and do, it can be a little bit overwhelming. These insider tips will help to make your first or next time to Cape Cod truly unforgettable.

15
June
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If you are going to be spending some time in Nashville and want to explore the rest of middle Tennessee, this article points you to five cheap day trips to suit a range of tastes. Each one is within a couple of hours of downtown Nashville.

01
June
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Juneau, Alaska was historically a small mining town, before Alaska became part of the United States. Now, historical spots and 19th-century buildings tell the story of Juneau’s history. You can even visit some of the old miner dwellings and ruins around the city. Learn more about Alaska’s state capital through these historic spots.