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50 Attractions in 50 States

Alabama: U.S. Space and Rocket Center Located in Huntsville, Alabama, the Rocket Center is among the largest museums dedicated to educating the public on the history, achievements, and artifacts of NASA and U.S. space missions. Alaska: Denali National Park Centered on Denali, otherwise known as Mount McKinley, this national park covers over a million acres…
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11 Best Brunches in Southern California

Everyone loves breakfast food. Who could resist creme fraiche-topped stuffed French toast or juicy, crispy bacon atop a fried egg skillet? But when you’re on vacation, sometimes it takes too much energy to get out of bed before ten. Not to worry though, that’s what brunch is for, especially on the weekends. When your group…
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Where to Stay, Play, and Eat in San Diego

The beautiful sun-soaked city of San Diego is not only nestled invitingly between Los Angeles and Mexico but attracts vacationers for its luxury accommodations, first-class attractions, good eats, and gorgeous beaches. The sun shines perpetually on this southern California gem, so perhaps it’s time for you to make your way out West and see what…
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5 Ways Family Travel Benefits Kids

We all know the difficulties of traveling with children, from infants to teenagers. They can be troublesome, hard to pack for, and require a lot of attention (especially when they are kicking and screaming on the airplane). But it doesn't have to be a hassle and, frankly, the positives greatly outweigh the negatives when it…
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5 Best Pubs in Chicago

Chicago’s lively sports enthusiasm, Irish infused pub culture, and urban atmosphere make for an exciting and diverse array of dive bars, taverns, pubs, and lounges. Here, I’ve narrowed the extensive list down to five key categories so that you and your group may enjoy a great brew and a good time on your trip to…
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Once in a Lifetime: D.C.

If your group is looking for once in a lifetime travel opportunities, then Washington, D.C. is the city calling your names! 150 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theatre. Commemorating the anniversary of this American tragedy, many of D.C.'s historic facets are offering never before seen…
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Treetop Accommodations Across the Globe

When traveling the world, chances are you're looking for an experience you never imagined! Why shouldn't your accommodations be equally impressive? Cancel your reservations at budget friendly whatever and check out these uninhibited digs well above boring! http://travel.usnews.com/features/Top_Treetop_Hotels/
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What Your Flight is Missing

If you've ever wondered what all that extra space on airplanes is for, look no further, as http://live.huffingtonpost.com has the answers to what you're probably missing!
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Top 7 National Parks

Great national parks are set apart by the pristine, unique, or otherwise breathtaking scenery, the abundance of wildlife, and the availability of accessible hiking trails to make for a perfect group outing. Each of these parks rises above and beyond the mark of greatness. Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone National Park was first signed into being…
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Top 7 Smithsonians in D.C.

Washington, D.C. is home to dozens of museums and landmarks that commemorate the American way of life and history. Among D.C.’s famed establishments is the largest museum complex in the world, the Smithsonian, and its staggering 19 museums and galleries. Here are seven of the best that offer all of the history, culture, and art…
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9 Most Unusual Places to Visit

The world is full of unexplained phenomenon and, to be honest, odd people with pretty unexplainable behavior and tastes. This, however, makes for entertaining attractions that open the mind or make you second guess reality. Take a look at some of these unusual American destinations to spice up your trip itinerary with something weird. Roswell,…
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Niagara Falls 2 Day Tour

If your group is yearning for an extraordinary outdoor adventure that doesn't include camping, this 2-Day getaway perfectly fits the bill! You’ll experience all the magic and majesty of Niagara Falls from nearly every vantage point possible, with plenty of time to explore the gorgeous surrounding area as you like.   Day 1   Niagara’s…
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7 Most Unique Coffee Shops in the U.S.

What does one look for in a good coffee house? Quality business offers more than just a good cup of coffee. These coffee shops aren’t your run of the mill cafes but add a little something extra to the mix. Cafe du Monde - New Orleans Since coffee first entered the U.S. through New Orleans,…
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Most Unique Movie Theaters

Everyone loves a good movie, but some of us more than others. Why not enjoy cult classics and indie dramas alike in comfort, style, and prestige? There are dozens of strange, beautiful, and historic theaters in this country so here’s a few prime examples of what’s out there for your next group trip. Cinespia -…
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Travel Predictions Based on the 2015 Farmer’s Almanac

The Farmer’s Almanac periodical premiered in 1792 and has since been depended on by many for folklore, trivia, astronomical data, gardening, cooking, fishing and farming tips as well as most importantly: long range weather forecasts. The exact formula for these predictions is heavily guarded by the publication, and the odds of accuracy are about the…
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