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Lively and Lovely Lisbon

Oh what a mistake I made thinking that Lisbon was just a four day city. So much to see, eat and do that it warranted way more than those measly four days that I had allotted.

Family Vacationing at Walt Disney World

Walt Disney World (WDW) has been an idyllic fantasy world on Earth since it first opened in 1965. Children and adults alike dream about Mickey Mouse’s kingdom spanning 25 ‘on-property’ hotels, four theme parks, two water parks, a shopping mecca, and its own transportation system.

Portland – A Paradise For Food & Fun!

Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting Portland Oregon. I was there on business but gave myself an extra day and a half to tour the city. If you get to visit Portland, here’s a few places to go and some things to know.

Europe: Point A to Point B Adventures from Amsterdam to Berlin! (Part 2)

Two days in Amsterdam had passed quickly and we were ready for part 2 of our, “A to B” adventure.

Europe: Point A To Point B

Over the summer, two of Europe’s most fascinating and vibrant cities in just one week.

Discovering Brooklyn

With its wide variety of restaurants, parks, shops, historical sights and scenic views, there’s always something to do.

Last Chance Summer Getaways

With Labor Day right around the corner, this is your opportunity for that, “Last Hoorah” vacation.

Antelope Canyon… Absolutely Captivating

It is a popular location for photographers and sightseers, and a source of tourism business for the Navajo Nation.

The Beauty of Vinho Verde

The Vinho Verde region is known for crafting light, fresh, crisp, easy drinking whites.

A Tour Through Long Island’s Wine Country

There are 40 wineries on the east end’s north (36) and south (4) shores.

Having Fun At Long Island Summer Festivals 2018

There is something for everyone – whether groups of friends or parents entertaining their children with an exciting day.

Pizza and Brew For Dad…And You Too!

In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father's Day. Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.
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