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by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Jun 27th 2011 03:30 PM
Continue ReadingIt may be the most American of celebrations, but the Fourth of July is not welcomed the same way by everyone. Sure, the mention of Independence Day conjures up images of smoking grills, flag waving kids, and stars and stripes, but the ways of celebrating the holiday are as diverse as the people who live from sea to shining sea.
by Rebecca Dolan. Posted Apr 27th 2011 07:30 AM
Continue ReadingIt seemed to take forever this year, but spring has finally arrived. Warm weather and bright days can only mean one thing: beach season is coming. So, in between downing celery sticks and logging major treadmill time to be bathing suit ready, it's time to plan a seaside escape. This year, instead of staying at the same condo that hasn't seen an interior designer since the days of disco, think about staying at an even more historic locale.
by Alison Lowenstein. Posted Mar 23rd 2011 06:00 PM
Continue ReadingWant to take a trip in a time machine? At these vacations spots you won't have to step into Doc's DeLorean for a glimpse at how folks vacationed and lived throughout the centuries. Enjoy a weekend on a Victorian island where you'll travel by horse and buggy or head to a Turkish city with hotels housed in caves. Or spend the night in an original miner's cabin or a tent on a Civil War battlefield. So put the smartphone away and take a trip back in time.
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