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Do This.. Not That.. For An Authentic Experience in Singapore

Do This.. Not That.. For An Authentic Experience in Singapore

So you’ve decided to visit the Lion City – the cosmopolitan metropolis that has so much to offer for visiting travellers. Get off the typical tourist trail and experience Singapore on a more personal level. Just so you don’t waste your time standing in line with the other toursits, here’s what NOT to do, and what TO DO instead in Singapore.

August 20, 2014 | By More
Best Kept Sightseeing Secrets of Atlanta – Don’t Miss Them

Best Kept Sightseeing Secrets of Atlanta – Don’t Miss Them

Discovering The Best Kept Secret Activities of Atlanta

If you live in or have ever traveled to Atlanta, you likely know about attractions such as the Atlanta Braves’ Turner Field, the High Museum of Art, the CNN Center, the Atlanta Zoo, and Piedmont Park. You probably don’t know, however, about the vast array of other activities that are home to this charming southern city. Atlanta has a hidden collection of activities for those who are sick of seeing the same tourist traps time and time again.

August 15, 2014 | By More
Best of USA Yard Sale Trails – August Is A Bargain Hunter’s Dream

Best of USA Yard Sale Trails – August Is A Bargain Hunter’s Dream

Yard sales are one of the best ways to bring in a little extra cash or find a hidden treasure. Did you know that the late singer Marvin Gaye’s passport was recently found in a vinyl album cover bought at a yard sale?

While most yard sales only span the width of a single yard, some go the whole nine yards and beyond, stretching 100 miles or more! Many BnBFinder inns are located along these lengthy routes, providing comfortable lodging and delicious food amidst all the bargains you are sure to come across.

August 8, 2014 | By More
Wonderfully Uncrowded Road Trip Destinations in the USA

Wonderfully Uncrowded Road Trip Destinations in the USA

Whether you’re passing through a national park on the way to your grandparents’ house or your road trip is your vacation, there is no end to the wonders you can see out on the open road.

Here are six of North America’s little-known, but most intriguing sights, perfect for either a day of sightseeing on a cross-country trip or as your primary vacation destination.

July 28, 2014 | By More
Favorite Things To Do In Paris For Free – Our Full Fun List

Favorite Things To Do In Paris For Free – Our Full Fun List

Top Free Things To Do In Paris

Paris is one of the most popular capital cities in Europe, drawing travelers from all over the world. It has always been known to be an expensive city, but there are also many things that you can do for free. So steer away from the super chic cafes and designer fashion boutiques and take in some of the many free attractions that define this elegant city. Here’s our list of the best sites and activities that are Free in Paris:

July 21, 2014 | By More
The World Loves Beer! – Cold Beer Prices By Location

The World Loves Beer! – Cold Beer Prices By Location

Wherever we roam, whether it be on a roadtrip across the USA, backpacking through Europe, or sitting on a beach in the Caribbean, a cold beer at the end of the day is a must. Here’s a look at the surprising price differences in beer around the world. Can you guess where the most expensive beer is served?…. Or where you can party all night for a pittance? The answers may surprise you!

July 18, 2014 | By More
Which Outer Banks Town Is Right For Your Vacation?

Which Outer Banks Town Is Right For Your Vacation?

Which Outer Banks Town Is Perfect For You? Here’s a look at 5 of the Barrier Islands’ tiny towns to see which one best fits YOUR vacation personality.

Whether you like to spend your vacation bouncing around from one excitement to the next, or you prefer to hide away from the world and immerse yourself in nature, look no further than the Outer Banks of North Carolina, where there is a little something to suit everyone.

July 14, 2014 | By More
California Gardening Secrets Revealed at Annual Tour des Fleurs in Half Moon Bay

California Gardening Secrets Revealed at Annual Tour des Fleurs in Half Moon Bay

Ever wonder why your garden doesn’t look as wonderful as the professionals? Well then, you won’t want to miss the 23rd Annual Tour des Fleurs Festival in Half Moon Bay, California, where professional gardeners and farmers share their secrets of success and gardening tips with festival participants.

Every summer, garden enthusiasts throughout Northern California wait with anticipation for the Annual Tour des Fleurs festival in Half Moon Bay, California. Located just over a half-hour drive from San Fransisco Bay, the Half Moon Bay area has been known for it’s dramatic beaches, redwood forests, robust ocean fisheries, and verdant growing fields.

June 27, 2014 | By More
Last Wooden Whaling Ship To Sail Into New England Ports This Summer

Last Wooden Whaling Ship To Sail Into New England Ports This Summer

The historic whaling ship, Charles W. Morgan, has begun a once-in-a-lifetime journey to visit New England coastal ports during summer 2014. Gather the kids and don’t miss this opportunity to view the oldest commercial sailing vessel in the world.

June 23, 2014 | By More
Best Ways To Plan A Happy Doggie Vacation

Best Ways To Plan A Happy Doggie Vacation

Keeping everyone entertained and happy on vacation is always an important goal. If you are traveling with kids or a group of friends, you will want to include them in what you do, and find activities that pique their interest. There’s one group we sometimes forget about entertaining, though… our dogs! With an ever growing list of hotels and resorts that welcome pets, why not take your favorite pup along? Here are some great ideas for planning a great vacation with your pup and for keeping your doggie happy on vacation.

June 18, 2014 | By More
Have A Brainy Summer At The Franklin Institute In Philadelphia

Have A Brainy Summer At The Franklin Institute In Philadelphia

Starting on June 14th, Philadelphia will be host to the largest permanent exhibit totally dedicated to the brain and neurology.

The Franklin Institute has constructed a 53,000 sq. ft. expansion, the Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion, to house an amazing innovative exhibit – Your Brain. This exhibit allows visitors explore the inner workings of their brains. Visitors can test their brain’s ability to multi-task with a driving simulator, or walking under a piano that is hanging dangerously low in order to illustrate the way fear is represented in the brain. A neural light show displays the neural connections as visitors step on floor panels or climb up an 18ft structure. How would you like to enter a street scene made up of illusions and learn how your brain processes its surroundings?

June 11, 2014 | By More
Machu Picchu Travel Tips – How To Make The Most Of Your Once In A Lifetime Visit

Machu Picchu Travel Tips – How To Make The Most Of Your Once In A Lifetime Visit

The high season for Peru’s top attraction – Machu Picchu – has begun. Yet, just because the destination is popular doesn’t mean the trip there is always a walk in the park. Use these insider Machu Picchu Travel Tips to plan the best trip possible.

Beautiful vistas are common at Machu Picchu. Often though, so are large crowds and fickle weather. That means now is a good time to brush up on the top tips for making the most out of one’s visit. There are plenty to consider.

May 30, 2014 | By More
Top Family Friendly Places To Visit in LA

Top Family Friendly Places To Visit in LA

City of Angels: What you Need to See The Next Time You Visit LA With Kids. When you’ve burnt yourself out on tourist traps like DisneyLand and SeaWorld, don’t fret, there are still plenty of interesting places to visit in LA that the whole family will enjoy. Family vacations are interludes you will all remember for years, but trying to please everyone in the group can be difficult. The City of Angels might surprise you with how many great sites it has to offer. Here are our suggestions for fun days in LA:

May 21, 2014 | By More
Road Tripping – Five Favorite Family Friendly Sites in Chicago

Road Tripping – Five Favorite Family Friendly Sites in Chicago

Road Tripping in Chicago : Five Family Friendly Sites

Chicago, Illinois is among the most popular tourist destinations in the country. In 2012, Illinois welcomed over 100 million tourists with 46 million of them visiting Chicago. With museums, great food and sporting events all year round, Chicago has something for everyone. As you are packing your bags and loading up the car, consider these family-friendly attractions:

May 12, 2014 | By More
New Cape Cod Guide Reveals Treasured Hideaways For Summer Fun

New Cape Cod Guide Reveals Treasured Hideaways For Summer Fun

As the weather warms, anticipation builds throughout New England – it’s almost time to escape to the Cape! Stretching out like a big fist pump, the 70 mile scenic arm of Cape Cod beckons all to come play on its 600 miles of sandy coast. But the problem remains just as certain as the traffic congestion before the bridge, just where can you find the hidden coves and uncrowded beaches of your dreams. Luckily I’ve just discovered a terrific new Cape Cod guide that spells out exactly where to find the most select Cape Cod locations to make your vacation better than ever before.

May 8, 2014 | By More
How To Pack Your Trekking Bag for a Long Trip

How To Pack Your Trekking Bag for a Long Trip

Tips for Packing Your Trekking Bag for a Long Trip

Hiking is an excellent way to enjoy nature, connect with those around you or enjoy some quiet time, and participate in physical activity. A long trek that spans days instead of hours requires careful planning to ensure you’re fully prepared for your trip. Learning how to pack, what to pack and what to leave at home is vital to experiencing nature in a safe, enjoyable way.

May 5, 2014 | By More
How to Look 10 lbs Thinner in Your Vacation Photos

How to Look 10 lbs Thinner in Your Vacation Photos

I always intend to loose a whole bunch of weight before going on vacation so I will look great in the travel photos and feel a little less guilty when sampling the local cuisine. But reality being what it is, it’s the same old me (the good and the bad) in all the photos. Here […]

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Guide To The Best Jewish Museums in America

Guide To The Best Jewish Museums in America

Although barely 3% of America’s total residents are Jewish, the Jewish community has contributed significantly to the American landscape and way of life since the 17th century. Throughout the country, museums both small and large have been established attesting to the unique role that American Jews have played in influencing both their heritage and life in America for all citizens.

April 23, 2014 | By More
7 Advantages of Traveling Solo And Learning That It’s Fabulous To Be Single

7 Advantages of Traveling Solo And Learning That It’s Fabulous To Be Single

Being single terrified me at first. I’d never been alone in my entire life. I went from my parents to my husband, where I played the role of obedient wife, nurturing mother, and smiling hostess. But after the divorce, I found that I was much happier alone, rather than being trapped in a relationship where I felt as if I couldn’t be myself.

April 11, 2014 | By More
Venice In One Day – How To See It All In A Short Time

Venice In One Day – How To See It All In A Short Time

With all the crowds of tourists visiting Venice all year round, it’s important to plan ahead to be sure you fit in all the iconic sites and activities. Here’s our advice on how to tour Venice in one exciting day. Make the most of your time in this legendary city.

April 1, 2014 | By More