The Provincetown Welcome
Feb24

The Provincetown Welcome

Early Provincetown Excellent times benefited Cape Cod in the early 19th century, and by 1870 Provincetown was the richest port in Massachusetts. Huge incomes were made by hardy men harvesting whales and salting the abundant codfish from which the peninsula got its name. However, fishing brought more than affluence to Provincetown. Early on it brought the employment of Azorean’s to crew fishing vessels, and established a diverse...

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Engaging Hands-on Science Museum
Feb10

Engaging Hands-on Science Museum

There is something to be said about hands-on exploring. I find information easier to follow when there is a visual or display of the explanation. The Mid-America Science Museum contains over 100 hands-on exhibits. These exhibits help to produce curiosity about science education by exploring life’s elements. The engaging museum can be found tucked away west of downtown Hot Springs, Arkansas. As I stood on the front property of the...

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Arriving at Land’s End –  A Road Trip to Provincetown
Dec02

Arriving at Land’s End –
A Road Trip to Provincetown

A unique destination, discovered by Vikings and home to descendants of Pilgrims, Provincetown has long been a safe harbor for Portuguese fishermen, American artists and bohemian freethinkers. Known today simply as P’town, it continues to attract those seeking the outdoor, artistic and outside-the-box lifestyles. The Map Embedded above is the intersection between a story and earth orbiting satellites, an interactive Google Map Mashup....

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Peli Peli, Houston’s South African Sunset
Sep23

Peli Peli, Houston’s South African Sunset

Enjoy South African Cuisine in Houston Peli Peli for South African Fusion My husband and I traveled into the Uptown District of the city of Houston for an exotic tasting experience at a local restaurant called Peli Peli, which specializes in South African fusion. Under a dome-shaped room with warm LED lights accentuating waves, like the soft South Africa sands, I took in the ambiance. The hue of comfortable colors had me imagining a...

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Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach
Aug03

Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach

WAIKIKI, Hawaii, April 28, 2016 — The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach is now accepting reservations, offering guests a new horizon of luxury in world-renowned Waikiki. This new residential resort is the latest addition to the Waikiki skyline, featuring the ultimate in resort-style living with expansive ocean views from every residence, global culinary experiences, exceptional amenities and legendary service. Perfectly...

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Dali Exhibit in Beverly Hills
Jul27

Dali Exhibit in Beverly Hills

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Two Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills has unveiled Dali Exhibit at Two Rodeo Drive, which marks the first and largest outdoor showcase of Dali’s sculptures in the United States. This world class exhibition of 12 iconic Salvador Dali sculptures is presented by Two Rodeo Drive and Galerie Michael, with a sponsorship from Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau....

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Mt. Rainier’s World Famous Wildflowers
Jul20

Mt. Rainier’s World Famous Wildflowers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mt. Rainier, WA.- Mid-July means Mt. Rainier’s world-famous wildflowers are making their colorful debut, a vibrant display, welcoming park visitors during the Centennial of the National Park Service. “Wildflower season is a busy and breathtaking time at Mt. Rainier,” said Mary Kay Nelson, Executive Director of Visit Rainier. “Part of what makes wildflower season so exciting is different flowers bloom at different...

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Cook Street Inn – Provincetown, Massachusetts
Jul07

Cook Street Inn – Provincetown, Massachusetts

Provincetown, Massachusetts In this hectic, fast-paced world, it’s good to know that a charming, personable, haven with a white picket fence exists to get away from it all – The Inn at Cook Street in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a diverse fishing village and America’s oldest continuous arts colony. Located amidst beautiful gardens, steps from the beach one direction, and nearby restaurants and shops the other way, The Inn is an ideal...

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Mt. Rainier National Park Geotour
Jun24

Mt. Rainier National Park Geotour

June 24, 2016, FOR IMMEDATE RELEASE Mt. Rainier, WA – Visit Rainier continues to celebrate the Centennial of the National Park Service by releasing the third series of its Centennial GeoTour this coming July 1. The organization has partnered with Mt. Rainier National Park and Washington State Geocaching Association to create a 100-cache educational GeoTour. Over 2015-2106, 100 new geocaches are being placed around Mt. Rainier...

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Exploring Chelsea, New York City
May16

Exploring Chelsea, New York City

Meatpacking District and Chelsea For many it may be the bright lights of Times Square, perhaps the abundance of green forestry in Central Park, or maybe the steel skyscrapers perched high above Nuts4Nuts stands. Some travel to New York City seeking the experience of these popular sites, yet others are more content with an alternative view of “the big city”. For many, the industrial building that houses dozens of diverse food venues,...

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