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Myanmar is one of my very favorite destinations. Visit now! Before it changes.
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Check this out. Free things to do in Philadelphia.
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A great destinaton few have heard about!
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There are some places so special that one feels the need to tell everyone…Continue
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Visitors to Hong Kong Island know about the iconic Victoria Peak and other tourist favorites, but here are three fun things to do when staying at downtown's 550-room Ibis Ibis Hong Kong Central and Sheung Wan Hotel.
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When in Seattle, Washington stay at the luxurious Pan Pacific Hotel and after a day of work or sightseeing head across the courtyard to the Vida Spa to revitalizes your external sense of well-being while restoring your internal sense of vitality and energy. Each treatment is as…Continue
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The “How to Make Sushi Class” at the Mohegan Manor in Baldwinsville, New York is the perfect gift for the hard-to-get-for person. Mohegan Manor is located in a historic building built in 1911 as the Oddfellows Mohegan Lodge. The lounge was the original post office for…
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The area along Alabama’s gulf coast is unique with great beaches and wildlife refuges. More than 370 species of birds have been identified on the refuge during migratory seasons. The largest are usually ospreys and several species of herons. At the other extreme, seven species of hummingbirds have…
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Get in touch with history at Mobile’s Battle House Hotel. The Battle House is not only historic but it is located within walking distance to most of the must-see attractions. The current building, and second hotel on the site, was built in 1908 on the site where Andrew Jackson had his military…
Hershey, Pennsylvania is called the “Sweetest Place on Earth” so it is only fitting that it has the sweetest spa. The spa features a variety of chocolate-infused treatments in honor of our rich chocolate history. Sink into a frothy…
The Hotel Hershey in Hershey, Pennsylvania has it all – luxurious accommodations, private cottages, excellent dining, a world-class spa, two swimming pools, four golf courses, boutique shops, and, oh, so much more. And of course it is in the Sweetest Place on Earth.
Located on a hill with a view of…
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The boyhood home of “Hammering” Hank Aaron is in a place of honor next to the stadium that bears his name. His home is also a museum that chronicles his life and career. Aaron was held in high regard by all those who played ball with him. At the museum’s opening there was a…Continue
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Gardens like Hershey Gardens in Pennsylvania are wonderful places to visit. They appeal to people for all sorts of reasons. There are those who appreciating the mix of flowers, trees and lawns, while some seek out trees, especially bonsai, and others are interested in the individual blooms of the…
The 72 steps leading up to the Philadelphia Art Museum are called the “Rocky Steps” after Rocky’s run up the flight in the movie of the same name. It became symbolic of the ability of an underdog to triumph. Today some tourists run up the steps in Rocky fashion. …Continue
Fall is a beautiful time along New York St’s Hudson River. Plan a Columbus Dayate weekend at the historic hotel high above the Hudson. Savor the spectacular fall foliage as you boat, hike, take a carriage ride, mountain bike, play golf, or simply sit back and relax while savoring the view. The air is crisp,…Continue
There is something to tickle the fancy of everyone in New York City’s…Continue
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