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Traveling with small children: top travel gear

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016

Whether for an overnight with the grandparents or an extended stay away, there are age appropriate products for children that can make traveling more fun.

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Old Saybrook, Connecticut: An immersion in history where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound

Posted by on Jun 6, 2016

This local landmark is known for the area’s premier dining, spa, and accommodations. Though people travel here for a getaway…

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Legendary and mystical: Ireland’s County Meath

Posted by on May 12, 2016

This land of monks and abbeys, Druids and fairies, and kings and castles was ancient Ireland’s capital and the seat of the Irish High Kings. This is where Ireland’s religions began and where the foremost battle in Ireland…

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The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac’s Le Champlain Restaurant

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

Although you may want to reserve a window table, it is likely that you will be so absorbed with this culinary extravaganza and the restaurant’s contemporary glamor and the Old World charm that you forget about the view of the majestic St. Lawrence.

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Sláinte Dublin! the Guinness connection

Posted by on Mar 30, 2016

Kegs were piled high for delivery in this city known for its pubs. This was the first of many reminders of just how intricately the Guinness name and product has been woven into the fabric of Ireland’s capital city.

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The National Weather Center and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma

Posted by on Feb 28, 2016

Ever wonder why the National Weather Center and NOAA Severe Storms Laboratory is in Oklahoma?

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Stowe, Vermont: the ultimate flavor of New England 

Posted by on Feb 21, 2016

Mention the state of Vermont, the Green Mountain State, and images of classic New England charm —covered bridges, cow pastures, family farms, white steepled churches, and fresh mountain air — come to mind.

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The Faroe Islands: The Sheep Islands

Posted by on Jan 31, 2016

These 18 volcanic islands between Scotland and Iceland were formed millions of years ago have remained much undisturbed by the outside world. Residents are descendents of Vikings who arrived in longships over a thousand years ago in search of new uninhabited land. Today, the Faroe Islands are a self-governing part of the Kingdom of Denmark.

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The Optical Heritage Museum, Southbridge, Massachusetts

Posted by on Dec 28, 2015

The Optical Heritage Museum is a hidden gem in Southbridge Massachusetts where artifacts from the the American Optical Company’s 150 year history…

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