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Seattle’s Having a Heatwave from the Ballpark to Belltown

Seattle’s Having a Heatwave from the Ballpark to Belltown

Hotspots from the Ballpark to Belltown Last week the local temperature hit the high 70s –  78 degrees in fact. Let’s hope and pray for a repeat this weekend. HOPEFULLY summer is finally here. Photo (right) a new piece of outdoor Sculpture Art on the SW corner of 4th and Blanchard. A COOL find on a …

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New York Museums

New York Museums

New York City in United State is the most visited state in the country and among one of the most visited cities in the world. People from all over the world visit the city to experience it vibrancy, its fast pace and its unique mix of cultures. The sheer size of the city is fascinating. …

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The Mills House Hotel review

The Mills House Hotel review

The Mills House Hotel 115 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29401 (843) 577-2400/ (800) 874-9600 What first comes to mind when I think of our experience at the Mills House Hotel is “What a Place!” The Mills House Hotel has a long history, dating back to the early 1800’s.  It has welcomed guests in Charleston in …

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Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa review

Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa review

90 Ridge Trail Drive Sedona, AZ 86351 (928) 284-6928 www.hiltonsedona.com   When you combine Hilton’s well-known quality, amenities galore, and Sedona’s famous red rocks you get a fantastic place to stay.  I’ll say right off the bat that the Hilton Sedona Resort and Spa is hands down the best family-friendly resort we visited in Arizona. Check-in …

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Mexico’s best beaches

Mexico’s best beaches

Acapulco, Mexico with a population approaching 900,000 people, Acapulco was established in 1599 and was the primary trading port for goods between Mexico and the Philippines. Today, it is brimming with dozens of high rise resort hotels that once catered to the likes of John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Elizabeth Taylor and Rita Hayworth to name …

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Discovery of Patagonia, mythical land

Discovery of Patagonia, mythical land

Sophie is a local guide for treks in Patagonia. Here are the interview about the trek with her. Sophie can you give us the major stages of this journey and the different landscapes and environments that we through? It is a journey that brings together all the most beautiful treks in Patagonia . Two parks, …

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Excalibur Hotel and Casino review

Excalibur Hotel and Casino review

Excalibur Hotel and Casino 3850 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, NV 89109 (877) 750-5464 FREE About a week ago I was given just 12 hours notice that I would need to take off for Vegas for about 4 days. Since I needed to keep the costs down where I could, I decided to give the …

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Terrible’s Primm Valley Resort and Casino review

Terrible’s Primm Valley Resort and Casino review

Terrible’s Primm Valley Resort and Casino review 31900 Las Vegas Blvd S. Primm, NV 89019-7002 (702) 386-7867 I recently attended an ATA Tournament in Primm, NV, and after reading all the reviews on the web I made the easy decision to stay in Vegas and just make the short drive to Primm for the tournament, …

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Fort Walton Beach Travel Tips for First Timers

Fort Walton Beach Travel Tips for First Timers

Your first time tackling Fort Walton Beach travel may be a strange experience for you. This beach paradise is just one of many cities and towns in the area that is dedicated to sun, surf, and entertaining their natives and visitors. Not that navigating around this area is that difficult, but just like with any …

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Honeymoon in Hawaii ? Why not!

Honeymoon in Hawaii ? Why not!

When it comes to planning your honeymoon, you’ve got to do it right. It is, after all, meant to be the most indulgent holiday of your life. So where do you start when it comes to booking your honeymoon? Taking out travel insurance in case you get jilted at the altar? Travel insurance is never …

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Blown away by the Windy City

Blown away by the Windy City

Chicago – home to the notorious Cook County jail, the whisky-stained underground blues and jazz scene, skyscrapers that stretch into the clouds as far as the eye can see, the Magnificent Mile, and, of course, a whole feast of homegrown, iconic foods. So with only a long weekend available to pack in as much as …

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Bizarre Adventure Holiday Destinations

Bizarre Adventure Holiday Destinations

I’ve noticed a trend for strange holidays of late. All I really want to do this year is take a gentle cycling holiday, cruise along some pretty countryside, stop off at a few vineyards, sample the local wines, eat too much, attempt to cycle it off again the next day, you get the picture. Unfortunately, …

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Get Out of Rio on Your Brazil Holidays

Get Out of Rio on Your Brazil Holidays

Brazil is an increasingly popular holiday destination, and most people have had a daydream at some point of sunning themselves on Copacabana beach, or partying at the Rio Carnival. However, there’s much more to Brazil holidays than Rio, so if you have the time, why not think about getting out of town and experiencing more …

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Free Things to Do in Los Angeles on a Budget Trip

Free Things to Do in Los Angeles on a Budget Trip

Los Angeles is a large affluent city and home to one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world- Hollywood. All the glitter and the glamour this city produces is bound to leave people thinking that spending time in this city involves spending bucket loads of cash. Nothing could be further from the truth. Inspired …

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Five Fascinating Links Between Spain and the U.S

Five Fascinating Links Between Spain and the U.S

One of life’s great pleasures is without a doubt exploring the quirks and foibles of a new country, going beyond the tourist traps and discovering something for yourself, something you’d never find in any other country or culture. Just as fascinating however as the country itself, is the links it shares with other nations; it …

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Tropical Rainforest Vacations in Costa Rica

Tropical Rainforest Vacations in Costa Rica

Just about any time is a great time to visit Costa Rica and eco-tourism is one of their most vital means of revenue. The land is deemed an ideal foreword to the rainforest for its biodiversity, its fantastic and nearby parks system, and its comparative safety for tourists. Costa Rica is a leader for numerous …

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Discover New Destinations in the American South

Discover New Destinations in the American South

While the United States offers many great destinations for international travelers, the cities are fairly typical. Broadway shows and the Statue of Liberty draw people to New York City; Washington D.C. offers visitors the many monuments of the U.S. government; San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most photographed sights in the world …

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3 Inspiring Train Excursions in Texas: Relive the Old West

3 Inspiring Train Excursions in Texas: Relive the Old West

Adventure seekers that want to sit back, relax and enjoy the stunning scenery, yet experience a bit of the Old West Texas culture, can choose between several fascinating trips by rail. Although Texas was not originally a major part of the intercontinental train system in the United States, it quickly became one due to the …

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Colorado’s Best Ski and Snowboarding Destinations

Colorado’s Best Ski and Snowboarding Destinations

If you want to go skiing or snowboarding, and you want the best experience possible, then you don’t need to leave the United States. Some of you might think of Vermont first. We’ll admit that skiing and snowboarding in Vermont is impressive, but it’s nothing compared to skiing in Colorado. This has everything to do …

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