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Visiting Ducklings In Boston Common

Visiting Ducklings In Boston Common

Boston, Massachusetts, brimming with history and culture has always been a tourist magnet attracting visitors to its world class museums, parks, sports stadiums, educational institutions and its numerous independence related sites. But I was here with my daughter for...

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Catalina Express and Island Hotel Partners Offer

Catalina Express and Island Hotel Partners Offer

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Karen Gee-McAuley RELEVANCE PR 818-541-7724 Karen@relevancepublicrelations.com Catalina Express AND ISLAND HOTEL PARTNERS OFFER ‘BEST OF WINTER’ MID-WEEK PACKAGES AND DISCOUNTS IN AVALON THROUGH MARCH 15, 2024 Annual Program Highlights...

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John Updike’s Muse

John Updike’s Muse

I had a special link to John Updike, the celebrated writer who died in 2009. I once served as his muse. It happened in 1983 when I was a writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer and sought an interview with Updike, whose publisher informed me never gave interviews. But a...

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Reno Road Trips:Using Rental Cars For Convenience

Reno Road Trips:
Using Rental Cars For Convenience

There are plenty of places you can visit in Reno. Known for its gaming and entertainment industry, you can best explore the city by availing the best rental car deals available. To do this, you must do some due diligence in terms of research about the car agencies...

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A Deep Dive into the American South

A Deep Dive into the American South

I like the northeastern cold. I live in Jersey City, but there is nothing like escaping it for some warmth in the winter. I decided to spend Christmas in sunny-shiny Florida. When the rest of the world flocked over to witness the Rockefeller Christmas tree and the...

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Norman Rockwell Museum, an Immersion in Art

Norman Rockwell Museum, an Immersion in Art

A drive through the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts brings one to Stockbridge, a quintessentially New England town, with magnificent scenery. On a hot, summer day last year my husband and I drove through these parts with one goal in mind - to visit the museum...

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7 Ideas to Make the Most of Your Vegas Weekend for $100

7 Ideas to Make the Most of Your Vegas Weekend for $100

Las Vegas, known for its extravagant entertainment, is often perceived as an expensive destination. However, with careful planning and budgeting, having a memorable and enjoyable weekend in Sin City is possible without breaking the bank. In this guide, I'll explore...

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Chicago — “A Little Sumpin Sumpin”

Chicago — “A Little Sumpin Sumpin”

Chicago had “A Little Sumpin Sumpin” for me this weekend. I had not traveled to the city since pre-Covid, whereas before I was visiting this beloved city on a yearly basis. The media hype had led me to believe Chicago was out of control and chaotic and I would be out...

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Hampton Beach’s “Summer Sweet”

Hampton Beach’s “Summer Sweet”

Delicious Eats at Hampton Beach In Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, the hot sun beams down on ice cream cones and fried fish while the scent of the marsh mixes with sand. Children build large sandcastles attempting to recreate the professional ones down the street, while...

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Travel in Place: The “Sonoran Dawg”

Travel in Place: The “Sonoran Dawg”

I haven't experienced the taste of a Sonoran hot dog since my first baby-steps into international travel -- a hot dog elevated to a culinary experience. That was in the early 80's, but in all these years since I've yet to find a match. Since travel and food are so...

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