Lavender By the Bay, Long Island NY

June 21, 2017

Lavender By the Bay is New York’s premier lavender farm. The family run site has been in operation since 2002 expanding over the past 15 years and is now one of the largest in the United States. The farm is located in East Marion, on the easternmost tip of Long Island, often referred to as the North Fork. Sitting at the edge of Gardiner […]

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How to Experience Prince’s Paisley Park

June 19, 2017
Atrium at Prince's Paisley Park

Paisley Park, Prince’s ten million dollar, 65,000 square-foot recording studio and home, is officially open for public for tours and group experiences. Prince’s mythical creative sanctuary was built with state of the art technology and became the backdrop for music recordings, clothing production, artwork and graphic design, music videos, and even full-length films – all […]

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5 Things to Do While You Are in Wayanad, Kerala

June 9, 2017
Chembra Peak

Wayanad, the quaint little north-eastern district of has a unique topography. Situated at the southern tip of Deccan plateau, this place shares it border with both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Archaeological evidence suggests that the region has been inhabited for 3000 years.  The area has versatile geological features – from hills to waterfalls to dams […]

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Good Sipping on the Masters & Makers Trail in Franklin, Tennessee

June 7, 2017

What do you get when you combine beer, craft bourbon and whiskey, and wine? You get the Masters & Makers Trail in Franklin, Tennessee. The 70-mile trail traverses the scenic landscape throughout Williamson County, Tennessee, connecting craft distilleries, local breweries and an award winning vineyard to highlight an exceptional tasting experience found just south of […]

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Jungle Jim’s International Market: A Playground for Foodies

June 5, 2017

Jungle Jim’s International Market is a self-proclaimed “International Food Lovers’ Paradise”. Not bad for an international grocery store outside of . But to call Jungle Jim’s a grocery store is a disservice. Jungle Jim’s is a grocery experience! Like all experiences, it is best to plan ahead for a visit to Jungle Jim’s. First of […]

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Grapevine’s Urban Wine Trail Celebrates Texas Wine

June 2, 2017

Texas is the fifth-largest wine-producing state in the U.S., and Grapevine has served as a trendsetter and leader with award-winning wineries and winemakers. Grapevine is home to the premier Urban Wine Trail in , as well as the Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association and GrapeFest, the largest wine festival in the Southwest, held annually […]

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Explore Britain’s King Arthur Filming Locations

May 31, 2017

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword has not been the box office hit that had been hoped for, but this epic fantasy film (directed and written by Guy Ritchie with a  cast including Charlie Hunman, , and ) retells the classic story of the legendary British leader made famous by medieval mythology. Why not take […]

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10 Family-Friendly Attractions in Philadelphia

May 29, 2017

Founded in 1682 by English Quaker, , Philadelphia played a pivotal role in the . It was a meeting place for the Founding Fathers, who eventually signed the (1776), and later the (1787) there. The city also served as the temporary U.S. capital while was under construction. Here are 10 family friendly attractions to visit […]

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Where to Find Arts & Culture in Sacramento

May 17, 2017

From show-stopping musical acts to Broadway productions, to world-class museums – the arts are thriving in every corner of , California’s capital city. The city offers an ideal mix of large-scale exhibits and performances, along with intimate theaters and galleries to explore. Here are a few suggestions to whet your cultural appetite. For Fine Arts Sacramento’s […]

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7 Reasons Why You Should Visit Oaxaca

May 15, 2017
food don juanito oaxaca

Oaxaca has become my favorite town in . Almost unknown to travelers during my first visit in 2006, it now welcomes visitors from around the world, including many North American expats and snowbirds. Yet it still retains the feeling of an authentic Mexican town. If you want everyone to speak English, go to instead. Without […]

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