Monthly Archives: October 2015

Family Kingdom Amusement Park

Family Kingdom Amusement Park Myrtle Beach’s one and only seaside amusement park is devoted to giving families, friends, adults, and children the opportunity to make memories that last a lifetime. Enjoy yourselves on fast and slow rides, group games, and more beside the beautiful backdrop of the Atlantic ocean. Family Kingdom Amusement Park was built…
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Hollywood Wax Museum Myrtle Beach

[caption id="attachment_23309" align="alignright" width="425"] Hollywood Wax Museum - Credit Momwriter[/caption] Hollywood Wax Museum Myrtle Beach On your trip to Myrtle Beach, you might find yourselves itching for a little taste of Hollywood. Instead of going to the movies, why not take a side trip to the Hollywood Wax Museum, where you can find all of…
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San Francisco Zoo

San Francisco Zoo [caption id="attachment_26135" align="alignright" width="425"] Komodo Dragon[/caption] Open all year long, the San Francisco Zoo is an oasis of exotic animals and soothing landscapes situated by the sea. Over 1,000 animals call this reserve home including endangered and rescued animals representing more than 250 species. Several historic sites, including the Dentzel Carousel and…
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Japantown San Francisco

Japantown San Francisco Commonly overshadowed by neighboring Chinatown, San Francisco’s Japantown is an area filled to the brim with history, culture, art, and great food. Japantown originated after the devastating earthquake of 1906 when many San Francisco residents of Japanese descent migrated to the area. Also known as Nihonmachi, the area reflects the diversity embraced…
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Lombard Street

  Lombard Street One of the most photographed landmarks in San Francisco, Lombard Street is labeled as the “crookedest street.” This iconic avenue is famous for the steep incline and eight hairpin turns that travel up the hillside in the Presidio region of the city. Come by and take pictures of the twists that pass…
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Fort Ticonderoga

Fort Ticonderoga is "America’s Fort," the place where the clash for empire and struggle for liberty happened. This site is one of the most significant and oldest historical places to visit in North America. The fort tells the story of how armies of Great Britain and France struggled to control the location and also where…
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Adirondack Museum

Welcome to one of the largest museums in upstate New York, a gorgeously placed museum with a Blue Mountain behind it and the mirror-like Blue Mountain Lake below. This vast campus provides 22 modern exhibition galleries and historic buildings, as well as many lush grounds affording sweeping views. The exhibits tell the unique story of the…
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Trade In the Weather Vacations

By now, the weather has really started to pick up and change its face, going from the sweltering heat of late summer to the bitter chill biting on the edge of the breeze, frost nipping at your morning windows, and the trees are becoming quickly barren. Not everyone can stand this winter gloom and we…
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Blue Mountain Lake

Welcome to Blue Mountain Lake, the rural hamlet in Indian Lake Village that provides classic and rustic ambiance as one of the crown jewels of the Adirondacks. At this breathtakingly gorgeous spot you will find arts, shops, eateries, and several guided boat tour options. The scenic drives, tours, hiking trails, and wildlife viewing opportunities are…
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Saranac Lake

Get ready for a great time in the Adirondacks coolest place, the Saranac Lake. This location is nestled between the villages of Lake Placid and Tupper Lake and is known as the largest village in the entire Adirondacks region. This area was first popular in the mid-19th century, when loggers came out of the forest…
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