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Monthly Archives: March 2014
After the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark out with a group to discover the west. Beginning at the Illinois/Missouri border and ending at the mouth of the Columbia River in Northwest Oregon, Lewis and Clark led the Corps of Discovery on a two-year expedition from 1804-1806. The path they blazed is now protected and governed by the National Park Service. When you follow the trail, which is not entirely suitable for hiking these days, you will come across the town of Dayton, Washington. There you will find a 37-acre park named after the brave expeditionists. At the Lewis and Clark Trail State Park, you can channel your inner explorer and find adventure in a myriad of ways, just like the famous duo did centuries ago.
A trip to Nova Scotia means you will be spending time in the second-smallest province in Canada. Despite its size, nearly a million people call it home – and for good reason. Almost entirely surrounded by water, Nova Scotia possesses some of the most breathtaking scenery in North America. Ranging from Cape Breton Island in the northeast all the way to Yarmouth in the southwest, the province has a ton to offer. Here are just a few tidbits regarding the Nova Scotia tourism scene that you will find handy during your vacation.
Often times a debate stems from whether or not a photographer should be shooting with a Nikon or a Canon. Which camera is the best value for the money? Which one is compatible with the better quality lenses? Which one has the best combination of megapixels, sensor size, noise reduction, and ISO levels? The conversation can go on for hours with brand loyalists refusing to back down. Fortunately, there is no debate regarding the magnificence of the many Washington lighthouses. That means you can bring whatever camera you want and still be in awe while you are taking your photos. Here are a few that we think you should check out next time you visit The Evergreen State.
Rehoboth Beach is a small town on the coast of Delaware with just over 1,300 people comprising the entire population. Known as a resort town, the amount of people in Rehoboth Beach during peak vacation times can skyrocket to more than 25,000 people. What does that tell us? The increase tells us that Rehoboth Beach is a place you definitely want to visit! With that many people visiting, there have to be several worthwhile activities in and around the town. The list is quite extensive, but here are 7 things to do in Rehoboth Beach this summer.
New Mexico became the 47th state just over 100 years ago in 1912. Known as The Land of Enchantment, the state nickname was officially adopted at the end of the 20th century in 1999 because of the state’s beauty and rich history. The capital city of Santa Fe and the most populated city of Albuquerque are just two of the many places in the state that certainly hold true to the Enchantment title given to the state. When you are visiting, there are several New Mexico attractions that you must see. A few of those include taking a trip to Canyon Road in Santa Fe and riding an aerial tram at the Sandia Peak Tramway.
Florida is a popular spot for vacationers year after year, and it is no surprise as to why. Beautiful beaches line nearly the entire perimeter of the state. Disney World’s fun-loving parks are situated centrally in Orlando. Spring training baseball gives the sports fan a reason to escape the cold and venture into the sun. South Beach is, well, South Beach. The reasons to visit Florida are endless, including this excellent idea we have for you. Just get in your car and navigate the edge of the Atlantic Ocean by taking a road trip down Highway A1A.
Located very near the geographic center of the United States, Oklahoma City is also central to an eclectic mix of activity in the region. OKC may be known for its stockyards and oil production, but the city has a ton more to offer in terms of its culture, history, and beauty. There is much more than this list has to offer, but we have compiled 10 Oklahoma City tourist attractions that you will certainly enjoy. Here they are in alphabetical order.
Quick question – what is the capital of British Columbia? Did you guess Vancouver, which is the largest city in the province? If so, the answer you were looking for was actually Victoria! The capital city has a population of more than 80,000, while the metropolitan area exceeds 340,000 people. So many people call it home because there are plenty of things to do in Victoria, BC, ranging from relaxing on the lakes or beaches to going on a whale watching excursion. You can also take a trip to Victoria’s Inner Harbor, which will put you right by at Select Registry member in the Beaconsfield Inn. Be sure to stay there when you experience these activities in Victoria, BC.
Our vacation of a lifetime began at the Lafayette Inn in Easton, PA. We did not have to travel too far from home to visit this bed and breakfast – about 11 miles! We were greeted at the front desk by Val who checked us in. From there we went to our beautiful two-room suite. The main room had a queen size bed and a fireplace. Off of this room was a sitting room with a trundle bed. The balcony could be accessed from this room, but we didn’t get to utilize it due to the extremely cold weather.
Situated in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon is home to some of the coolest nature the country has to offer. Especially exciting is the more than 360 miles of coastline that borders the Pacific Ocean. One of the jewels of the state is the Oregon Coast Aquarium, which more than does its part to capture the beauty and preserve the nature of the region. Located just minutes away from the ocean on Yaquina Bay in Newport, Oregon, the Oregon Coast Aquarium is an absolute must-see for anyone visiting the western part of the state.