Travel Ideas

Looking for travel ideas? Whether you’re after heart-stopping adventure, a close-up look at history, or the perfect meal, these are the Best Travel Ideas to ensure a great vacation.

Quebec Canada

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Quebec, Canada By Kathy Witt  “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” -Travel memoirist Henry Miller Each year Quebec throws an enormous party with its Winter Carnival, one of the largest in the world. Headlined by the International Snow Sculpture Competition, this tradition-rich festival, planned for Jan. 29 to Feb. 14, 2016, features ice-canoe races, ice bars,...

Louisiana North Shore

Louisiana North Shore Lafayette has the Cajun & Creole flavors you crave, along with the freshest in Louisiana Gulf seafood. New generations of chefs are putting an inventive spin on time-honored recipes using the freshest local ingredients, making it an incredible place to eat. Whether your table is set with a white tablecloth or a white paper napkin, you can...

Milwaukee Wisconsin

Milwaukee WisconsinFood has long contributed to the overall experience of a vacation, but now, more than ever, food has become the reason for travel. Culinary tourism has cities competing to provide the best, most local, and most unique food options to define one’s vacation.Although known for its fish frys, cheese curds, and frozen custard, Milwaukee is home to several...

Greenbrier Valley West Virginia

Greenbrier Valley West Virginia Long before English settlers claimed the Greenbrier Valley, it was largely uninhabited by anything but flora and fauna. In the early 1700’s, western migration had not extended much beyond Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The budding town of Lewisburg was little more than a western outpost along the Midland and Seneca trails. However, many of the townships that...

Greater Morgantown West Virginia

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Greater Morgantown West VirginiaGreater Morgantown is a foodies paradise, whether you’re a serious connoisseur or a chef yourself. Countless customs, traditions, and recipes passed down over generations are a vibrant part of the area’s daily life and make “Mountaineer Country” an epicenter of Appalachian culture. The region was an ethnic melting pot as well; from the 1880s to the...

Alpine Helen and White County, Georgia

Alpine Helen and White County, GeorgiaThe irrefutable truth is that while the existence of remarkable beauty can be found year-round in many cities and towns, certain seasons serve to amplify unmistakable splendor and vivid imagery. Capturing unspoiled moments as you embrace a journey which has aligned a magnificent land with precise seasonal timing is an experience beyond compare. Such is...

Abingdon Virginia

Abingdon Virginia Leaf peepers looking for fantastic fall color should consider making Abingdon, Virginia their home base for a long weekend this autumn. The small town in the Blue Ridge Mountains has plenty of cozy accommodations and indie restaurants and shops, making it a great jumping off point for exploring the region’s outdoor attractions. Day 1- Begin your day with...

Healdsburg California

Healdsburg California While maintaining the warm grace and rustic charm of a small town, Healdsburg has established itself as an internationally recognized wine and culinary mecca; rendering extraordinary access to world-class cuisine, artisanal breads, locally-grown organic produce, and award-winning vintages. The picturesque ambiance of Northern California’s Sonoma County Wine Country evokes an unrivaled state of tranquil contentment. Rolling hills adorned by...

Ypsilanti Michigan

Ypsilanti, MichiganIndividuals are the drivers behind large-scale ideas in the city of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Located just four miles east of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti is a community that exudes creativity and pride. The restaurants are committed to local economic development, using ingredients from the local Farmer’s Markets, paying workers a livable wage, and creating a sense of place within the...

Sevierville, Tennessee

Sevierville, TennesseeA harvest of memories…By the end of September, cornstalks and pumpkins begin creeping onto the porches and front lawns of folks in East Tennessee. The fall season is intoxicating with its crisp, cool air and vibrant color that blankets the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This time of year also signals the beginning of rich foods and...
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