historical sites

Exploring Museums, Art & Culture in the Lone Star State

by Mary Jo Manzanares on December 7, 2012

Alamo

For a getaway to enjoy magnificent museums, significant art influences and momentous history, head to the lone star state of  Texas.  Whether in the heart of one of Texas’ dynamic cities or in a quaint, authentic country or coastal town, travelers will be able to visit world-class exhibits, explore the soul of Texas and observe […]

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Berlin Off the Beaten Path

by Jessica Colley on August 2, 2011

It is easy to be fascinated by the many historic attractions in the center of Berlin. No trip to the city would be complete with laying eyes on the Brandenburg Gate, climbing to the top of the dome in the Reichstag, enjoying one of the many festivals, or witnessing the incredible Holocaust Memorial. Yet Berlin […]

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A Classic New York City Excursion: Statue of Liberty

by Jessica Colley on June 13, 2011

Some landmarks in New York City never lose their luster, and the Statue of Liberty is one of them. On a sunny day, boarding the ferry at the very southern tip of Manhattan and cruising over to see the 305-foot statue provides endless pleasure. Not only will you see the Statue of Liberty up close […]

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