About Spring Training

Spring Training allows teams to practice before the regular season of baseball. It’s a great way for a fan to see a game at an inexpensive price. Spring training games are also the first time that new players can show … Read Story

All About St. Patrick’s Day

All About St. Patrick’s Day

Get out your green clothes and your shamrocks out because St. Patrick’s Day is here! Each year this holiday is celebrated on March 17th. Even though it’s a happy, fun time for many, it wasn’t so for the patron saint … Read Story

How St. Patrick’s Day is Celebrated Around the World

How St. Patrick’s Day is Celebrated Around the World

St. Patrick’s Day is synonymous with the color green, leprechauns and lots of green beer, and of course Ireland. What originally started as a religious holiday that recognized St. Patrick has become a huge yearly celebration on March 17. Each … Read Story

St. Patrick’s Day Traditional Dishes with #Recipes

St. Patrick’s Day Traditional Dishes with #Recipes

One of the best parts about St. Patrick’s Day are all of the delicious meals. As millions of people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, they tend to make a lot of food to go along with it. If you are short … Read Story

The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Ireland

The Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Ireland

One of the most visited places in the entire world that focuses on beer is The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, Ireland. It’s estimated that it receives over 4 million visitors each year. If you are a lover of ale, you … Read Story

National #Potatochip Day

National #Potatochip Day

National Potato Chip Day March 14th is National Potato Chip Day. It’s estimated that each year American’s eat around 1.2 billion pounds of potato chips! Who would of knew that a little potato could make such a tasty snack? History … Read Story

Travel Advice: Avoiding Influenza in 2014

Travel Advice: Avoiding Influenza in 2014

It’s that time of year again: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is putting out the warnings that flu season is about at its peak, and this year’s prevalent strain is turning out to be a doozy, with a … Read Story

The Toilet Restaurant, Plus Other Strange and Unique Places to #Eat

The Toilet Restaurant, Plus Other Strange and Unique Places to #Eat

If you are going out to eat you might as well make it an interesting experience. Forget about going to a traditional restaurant and go somewhere that you never could have imagined. The next time you want to get some … Read Story

How To Handle Flight Delays

How To Handle Flight Delays

Even if you travel only a few times during the year, you are pretty likely to experience a flight delay. This can be pretty inconvenient for those that are in hurry or traveling with children. Luckily there are a few … Read Story

Bryce Canyon: Explore Land Full of Beauty and Adventure

Bryce Canyon: Explore Land Full of Beauty and Adventure

History: Small by National Park standards, the 56.2 square miles of Bryce Canyon National Park occupy the eastern edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in south-central Utah. The park is not a canyon. Rather, it is a spectacular series of more … Read Story

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