Where To Find Some Of The Best Chocolate In The U.S.

Where To Find Some Of The Best Chocolate In The U.S.

Today we get to talk about one of our favorite things in the world….chocolate.  It’s International Chocolate Day tomorrow, and if you are lucky enough to be near any of these places, we wanted to let you know where to … Read Story

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

The 9/11 Memorial is opened to the public and visitors passes are no longer required.  The Memorial was designed by architect Michael Arad.  The area spans 8 acres.  There are 2 reflection pools surrounded by beautiful landscaping, with over 400 … Read Story

Patriots Day: National Day of Service & Remembrance

Patriots Day: National Day of Service & Remembrance

Patriots Day is a yearly reminder to honor those that were killed or injured in the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. It is not a federal holiday, but many organizations do hold vigils and or other events on this … Read Story

Natural Wonders of South America

Natural Wonders of South America

South America has a diversity of natural wonders that can’t be found anywhere else in the world. There’s no shortage of beauty in this rather large continent and it makes for a great place to take a vacation, virtually any … Read Story

Theme Cruises 2015

Theme Cruises 2015

A theme cruise is a regular cruise enhanced with special activities. Theme cruises could include special concerts, sporting events, guest speakers or seminars. A theme cruise allows individuals to go on a cruise that’s geared towards their interests and meet … Read Story

National Cheese Pizza Day

National Cheese Pizza Day

Who doesn’t love a good cheese pizza? From the gooey cheese to the rich tomato sauce, pizza really is the perfect food. Pizza is popular not only in the U.S., but around the world. It’s estimated that more than 5 … Read Story

National Wildlife Day

National Wildlife Day

September 4th is National Wildlife Day. This day came into existence as a way to bring about awareness of the many endangered species in not only America, but throughout the world. How much do you actually know about wildlife? We’ve … Read Story

Fall Foliage Tours 2014 – What’s Still Available

Fall Foliage Tours 2014 – What’s Still Available

Feel the crispness in the air that heralds a change of seasons among Canada and New England’s loveliest towns and picturesque shores.  Nostalgia, history, charm and romance are the hallmarks of this brilliantly bedecked rustic Acadia.  Rugged shorelines offer visitors … Read Story

Festivals Around The World In September

Festivals Around The World In September

As summer is wrapping up and we welcome fall, now is a good time to spend some time at a festival. During the month of September there are quite a few festivities occurring throughout the world. Good music, food and … Read Story

Places to Travel for Your Horoscope

Places to Travel for Your Horoscope

Wondering where to go on your next vacation? Try making travel plans based on your horoscope! Astrology-based vacation ideas can help you create an experience that is uniquely yours.Of course, a real horoscope is more than your sun sign. However, … Read Story

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