Packing the Perfect Beach Bag

Packing the Perfect Beach Bag

Do you smell the salt water and feel the sun on your skin yet? Beach season is just about here. In order to have everything you need at the beach you have to pack the right stuff. Check out our … Read Story

5 Unique Customs Around the World

5 Unique Customs Around the World

What’s acceptable in the U.S. may not be acceptable in other countries. Things like ruffling someone’s hair, leaving your shoes on at a friend’s house and even crossing your legs at dinner can be very offensive. Here are 5 unique … Read Story

New England Towns You Should Visit

New England Towns You Should Visit

From the beautiful houses to the picturesque landscape, New England is one of a kind. There are so many unique towns in the area that it really is a great place to visit. If you ever have a chance to … Read Story

Weddings at Sea & Margaritaville Top This Week’s Cruise News

Weddings at Sea & Margaritaville Top This Week’s Cruise News

NCL Cruise Line:  The Norwegian Star added the Five O’clock Somewhere bar during a two-week drydock.  This is part of their new exclusive partnership with Margaritaville. Other changes to the Star include O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill, new carpeting, updates … Read Story

Wackiest Festivals Around The World In April

Wackiest Festivals Around The World In April

Traditions and festivities often don’t make sense, but they can be a lot of fun. We love wacky festivals as they give us a whole new insight as to what’s important to other cultures. Here are some of the wackiest … Read Story

Light It Up Blue

Light It Up Blue

Every year on April 2nd, the world celebrates Autism Awareness day. It’s estimated that around 1 in 88 children in the U.S. are affected by Autism. This cause is near and dear to many individual’s hearts and this can be … Read Story

Happy April Fool’s Day

Happy April Fool’s Day

April Fool’s Day is celebrated in the United States each year on April 1st. It marks a day of pranking and practical jokes. Some others countries do participate in it as well, but it is known as All Fool’s Day … Read Story

A Day in Athens

A Day in Athens

Ancient in history, rich in culture and vibrant with life, the city of Athens, Greece is the founder of Western civilization. Athens is a proud city, and perhaps rightly so, for it fostered the beginnings of philosophy and democracy, promoted … Read Story

The Newest National Monuments

The Newest National Monuments

Recently President Barack Obama declared 3 new sites national monuments. All three of these places are an important part of American history and help tell the story of America. They include an industrial district, internment camp and a canyon. Pullman … Read Story

Siesta Beach Just Voted The Best Beach In The U.S.

Siesta Beach Just Voted The Best Beach In The U.S.

As we know, Florida has a lot of great beaches. Siesta Beach was recently named by TripAdvisor as the best beach in the U.S. It is located in the city of Siesta Key which is also home to some of … Read Story

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