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A Scent That Carries A Memory of An Incredible Vacation

I’ve been to the ocean numerous times in my life. I’ve visited both the Atlantic and the Pacific states like Maryland, Florida, California and even Canada. As often as I have visited the ocean still failed to hold the significance to me that it does for so many other people. …

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James Foley: A Beacon of Courage and Truth

As I drove to work this morning, I listened to the story of James Foley on NPR. While I heard about his work and his shocking death, I found myself full of heartache for this man and his family along with admiration for his work. The American photo-journalist went missing …

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NevadaTravel

4 Most Common Things To Do In Las Vegas + Win a Trip For Two

There are places people travel for the amazing culture, the charity work or a nature experience. Then, there is Las Vegas. When people go to Las Vegas they’re looking for an incredible experience, to be dazzled by over the top sights and sounds.  Visit a World Famous Casino One of …

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FoodieThailandTravel

Breathtaking Views of Bangkok from the Sky Bar at Sirocco

Located along the Chao Phray River in Bangkok, Sirocco is the world’s largest open-air restaurant and bar. High up on the 63rd floor of the State Tower, the second tallest building in Thailand, the views are utterly amazing. It’s unquestionably one of Bangkok’s most iconic venues and you may even recall seeing …

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Where To Stay In Alaska: Large Waterfall Resort or Quaint Steamboat Bay?

When people think of Alaska the images they conjure up tend to differ. Some think of a mother moose and her calf, some picture glaciers and mountains, others imagine days spent boating and fishing King Salmon, Halibut and Rock Fish. If it’s any of the above, then Waterfall Resort and Steamboat …

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DisneyFamily Travel

Mrs. Potato Head’s Summer Travel Tips & Packing Essentials

Woohoo! School is out and summer has aaarrrriiivvveeeddd! Most families are kicking off the summer travel seasons this holiday weekend. To make sure you’re prepared, Mrs. Potato Head wants to share her expert travel and packing tips. MRS. POTATO HEAD’S TRAVEL AND PACKING TIPS MRS. POTATO HEAD’S PACKING ESSENTIALS  Mrs. Potato Head says: “I’m packing your extra …

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Get $15 off Your First Ride with Taxi Magic

Living in gorgeous So Cal it isn’t very often I need to go some place I can’t walk or ride a bike to. In fact, I’ve had my car for over a decade and it has yet to surpass 90,000 miles! But when I do need to travel by car, …

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CampingFamily TravelNew JerseyTravel

A Campground Made for Swashbuckling Pirates

My family had been excited for our trip to Tuckerton, New Jersey ever since we were invited to stay at it’s Sea Pirate Campground. Finally, after 700 miles across 4 states and 12 hours in the car we arrived! We were warmly welcomed and despite being an hour and a half early, we were able …

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AdventureBeachPuerto RicoTravel

Top 9 Attractions of San Juan Puerto Rico

In San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, the Atlantic Ocean laps against the shores and provides a serene setting for the miles of beautiful beaches. Ponce de Leon founded the city in 1521 making it the oldest city on US territory but the incredible restaurants and active nightlife make …

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Family TravelNew JerseyTravel

AARGH A Pirate Adventure at Tuckerton Seaport Pirates Festival

Thirty miles north of Altanctic City at exit 58 on the Garden State Parkway you will find the historic town of Tuckerton, New Jersey. Nestled among it’s charming victorian houses and winding riverway is the Tuckerton Seaport which each year in the month of June transforms into a swashbuckling pirates port -  family …

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