Windstar Cruises Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

Windstar Cruises Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

Windstar Cruises offers an elegant, intimate way of cruising with only 148 to 300 guests.  Here is a recipe for their delicious Strawberry Shortcake. Strawberry Shortcake Fresh whipped cream dresses up this dessert and is simple to make; 1 1/2 … Read Story

Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead

While we celebrate Halloween here in the United States on October 31, complete with creepy ghouls, dress-up parties and, of course, trick-or-treating, those in Mexico celebrate the Day of the Dead on November 1 and 2. While it may seem … Read Story

Haunted Hotels: A Room With a Boo

Haunted Hotels: A Room With a Boo

Are you an aspiring ghost chaser? Have you ever wanted to visit a real haunted hotel? It turns out that you actually can. Throughout the country there are various locations with spooky backgrounds that you can visit and tour or … Read Story

Halloween Traditions Around The World

Halloween Traditions Around The World

It’s that time of year again when fall is in the air, the leaves are starting to change color and we begin to think about the holidays–beginning with Halloween. Although Halloween has its beginnings in ancient days, and did not … Read Story

Halloween In New Orleans

Halloween In New Orleans

Halloween In New Orleans isn’t just for kids. The experience is quite different from pretty much everywhere else in the world. From the adult’s only events to the wild and crazy costumes, everyone gets in on the fun on Halloween. … Read Story

The Haunted Queen Mary: Fact or Fiction

The Haunted Queen Mary: Fact or Fiction

The Queen Mary sailed from 1936 to 1967 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is permanently berthed in Long Beach, California serving as a museum ship and hotel. Many stories surround the hauntings of the … Read Story

Halloween in Salem

Halloween in Salem

Salem is thought to be one of the creepiest places on earth. The Salem Witch Trials happened there and supposedly many of their spirits still reside in the city. The month of October brings about a time of year to … Read Story

All Things Pumpkin

All Things Pumpkin

For centuries pumpkins have been used for cooking. Native Americans cut them into long strips and roasted them over a fire. Colonists removed the pumpkin’s top and its seeds and then put milk, honey and spices into it and cooked … Read Story

History of Jack O’ Lanterns

History of Jack O’ Lanterns

If you have kids or just love Halloween then you are probably going to be making pumpkins into jack o’ lanterns this year. This hard orange fruit is often carved into a ghoulish looking face or a character with a … Read Story

Inside Ecuador

Inside Ecuador

The wonders of Ecuador go far beyond the Galápagos Islands. This South American country, roughly the size of Colorado, offers astonishing contrasts well worth experiencing. Ecuador will beguile you with volcanic peaks, cloud forests and jungles. You’ll revel over some … Read Story

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