United States

Visit the 9 Best Beaches in Santa Cruz, California

by Guest Contributor on March 27, 2020

If you’re looking to experience some of the best beaches in California, a good place to start is Santa Cruz. Tucked into the northern part of Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz is a well-known surf town on the Central Coast. NOTE: We urge everyone to comply with all mandates about restricting travel, shelter at home, and social […]

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Weekend Getaway: What to See In New York City

by Anthony Manzanares on February 13, 2020

Grand Central Station and 42nd Street signage

Planning a weekend getaway? Few places on Earth will give you more options than New York City. Whether you’re looking for a rejuvenating respite or two gloriously action-packed days, you’ll find it all in the Big Apple. It sounds cliché, but NYC truly is the city that never sleeps. Of course, if you’re not familiar […]

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Traveling with Pets: 7 Dog-Friendly Golf Courses

by Guest Contributor on February 1, 2020

Couple of white dog breed Samoyed sitting on green grass of golf course

Dogs owners that travel sometimes must choose between leaving their dog at home or figuring out a way to travel with their pets. For golfers, there can be even more limitations since many golf courses aren’t dog-friendly. This guide assures traveling golfers there are places where it’s easy to travel with your dog and they […]

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Talulas Table

There are several reasons to make your way out to beautiful Kennett Square, in Chester County Pennsylvania. First, it is steeped in American history. British General Sir William Howe marched through the streets on his way to the Battle of Brandywine, and the city was an essential Underground Railroad stop as many of the prominent […]

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The Day the Music Died

by Susan McKee on January 28, 2019

Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, Texas (Phoro courtesy of City of Lubbock)

February 3, 1959 — sixty years ago — a small plane crashed into a snowy farm field near Clear Lake, Iowa. The plane’s pilot died, along with singer/musicians Ritchie Valens, J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson, and Buddy Holly. The first two have faded from memory, but Buddy Holly, just 22 when he died, has […]

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Top Sights to See on a Midwest Road Trip

by Anthony Manzanares on November 12, 2018

Route 66

Although it is often ignored by travelers looking for the glitz and glamour of the coasts, the midwestern part of the United States provides a bevy of interesting tourist attractions, history, and entertainment options. A road trip through the Midwest is a rite of passage for many families. Here are five sights to not miss […]

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3 Beautiful Places to Play Golf in the United States

by Mary Jo Manzanares on September 19, 2018

According to a recent study by the National Golf Foundation, there are over 34,000 golf courses in the United States. From the local municipal course to the upscale and well-manicured courses typically found at resorts, golfers can experience something new and beautiful each time they play a round. But there are golf courses that rise […]

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Top 10 Things to do on San Juan Island

by Anthony Manzanares on July 9, 2018

Driftwood beach on san juan island

San Juan Island is the most populated of the 172 islands that make up Washington State’s [amazon_textlink asin=’163121425X’ text=’San Juan Islands’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’thetravelersway-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’a11fd2fe-8164-11e8-97f3-65a33953446e’], and second in size, right behind Orcas Island. You’ll need to get to San Juan Island by air, by ferry, or, if you’re lucky enough, by private boat. Most residents […]

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South Beach is Hot, Hot, Hot

by Anthony Manzanares on February 5, 2018

South Beach, SoBe to many, is a well-known neighborhood of Miami Beach, has a reputation for being a hot place to go – hot weather, hot music, and hot people. It often competes with Santa Barbara, California, for the bragging rights of the American Riviera, but there’s no confusing its distinctive art deco architecture and design […]

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FREE Private Kona Coffee Farm Tours, Hawaii

by Mary Jo Manzanares on October 16, 2017

View from Pele Plantations Farm

Life just perked up for coffee lovers who truly care about what’s in their cup and are curious about where it comes from. Pele Plantations, a certified organic Kona coffee farm on the [amazon_textlink asin=’0996131825′ text=’island of Hawaii’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’thetravelersway-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’7b01340b-b200-11e7-8dff-29b9d60e78e2′], now offers free private tours of its working farm. Grown on the volcanic […]

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