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Bike-Friendly Cities in the U.S.
3 weeks ago

Bike-Friendly Cities in the U.S.

What was on your list of resolutions this New Year?

Good Health? New Adventures? Great Happiness?

How about tackling all of that and then some by planning a different kind of road trip this year; On your bicycle! Join the growing American bike-culture and head out to these bike-friendly cities right now.

Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.
-John F. Kennedy

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Quick Guide to Omaha, Nebraska
4 weeks ago

Quick Guide to Omaha, Nebraska

Tons of cities across the country often get overlooked as destinations. Unfortunately, Omaha, Nebraska is one of them. 

Here’s the truth. Omaha is a vibrant city with plenty of culture, entertainment, food, and things to do that would keep anyone occupied for a great vacation. If all of those things sound like what you’d like to enjoy on your next road trip, well, head your car to Omaha!

In this quick guide to Omaha, we’ll give you an overview of everything you need to know.

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Visiting the Poconos
1 month ago

Visiting the Poconos

The Pocono region of Pennsylvania is known as a ski, casino, and honeymoon haven (the heart shaped tub was originated in the Poconos), and even more so as a place of mountains, lakes, rivers, and woodlands of scenic beauty. Take the roads less traveled; allow yourself to wander and explore. There is discovery around every bend in the road.

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Must-See Chicago Architecture
2 months ago

Must-See Chicago Architecture

Chicago is America’s First City in terms of notable architecture. You could spend weeks exploring the buildings in and around the city that have been innovative and emulated. Here is a sampling of the very best. You can visit most from inside. 

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Guide to Visiting Fallingwater in Pennsylvania
3 months ago

Guide to Visiting Fallingwater in Pennsylvania

Frank Lloyd Wright was a famous American architect known for the thousands of structures he designed during his lifetimeHis best masterpiece is arguably the Fallingwater house he created in 1935 for the Kaufmann family. Today it is a National Historic Landmark and is open to the public as a museum. Its stunning architecture, and unique waterfall setting makes it one of the most popular homes in the world.
 

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Quick Florida I-95 Driving Guide
3 months ago

Quick Florida I-95 Driving Guide

Florida is one big state, and Interstate 95 runs through much of it. Check out the best things to see and do during your drive through the Sunshine State.

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Quick Guide to Springdale, Utah
3 months ago

Quick Guide to Springdale, Utah

So, you’re trying to pick a destination for your next vacation? There are so many amazing spots in America that it can certainly take time and research to choose.

Perhaps you find yourself around the extraordinary Zion National Park. If that’s the case, you should look no further! You’re within driving distance from the fantastic town of Springdale, Utah!

Utah welcome sign

© pink candy / Big Stock

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Fort Point and Crissy Field
5 months ago

Fort Point and Crissy Field

Fort Point and Crissy Field are among the many notable treasures of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco, California.

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Seattle In A Day
5 months ago

Seattle In A Day

For many, the iconic movie Sleepless in Seattle rings a bell, or the historic landmark, the Space Needle when they think of Seattle. However, these are just a few things the city is known for. Seattle is a perfect place to visit on a road trip. Just a few hours from both Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia, you really can’t go wrong whichever direction you choose.

If you are in Seattle for a quick stopover, there is plenty to keep you entertained. Ranging from shopping to sports entertainment, to historic landmarks. In this post, we’re naming just a few of many activities that can be seen in just one day.

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Visiting Small Town Asheville
6 months ago

Visiting Small Town Asheville

Surrounded by Smoky Mountain views and beautiful southern scenery, Asheville has long been a top place to visit, as well as to live. Asheville is the 11th largest city in the state of North Carolina, and this historic area has much to offer.

From unique tourist attractions to iconic historic buildings, Asheville is an ideal destination for any time of year. Whether you prefer to hike through the winding trails in the warmer seasons or explore when it becomes a winter wonderland, there are many things to love about Asheville.

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