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For a history-filled fall, getaway consider the following three destinations. All are open to visitors right now.
Church enthusiasts, sometimes called church crawlers, are having a difficult year.
With an increasing number of destinations and things to do and see open or about to reopen, here are three places you can go in June.
The $100 million Ark Encounter biblical theme park with a life-sized Noah's Ark replica, and its sister institution, the Creation Museum, have ranked No. 1 and No. 2 respectively in the USA Today's 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards for 2020.
A unique museum is a destination in its own right. These three museums offer not just unique experiences, but world-class collections.
London doesn’t get as much attention as other destinations this time of the year, but the British capital makes for a ...
Lexington may not be the Kentucky state capital but it does serve as the world’s de facto horse capital, thanks to its famed bluegrass. Yet, I didn’t come for the horses. In fact, there is way more to see and do than horses and bourbon whiskey.
Fall is one of the best times to getaway. Grab your weekender bag and catch a flight or make the drive to any of the following five places this fall. You won’t regret it.
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Driving across Nova Scotia you quickly see how this province in Canada’s Maritimes has a cityscape reminiscent of small-town New England and a gorgeous rocky landscape similar to what is seen in parts of the British Isles or along the Nordic coast.
With summer almost over it isn’t too early to start thinking about where to go this fall.
Setting aside denomination and even theological questions, there is something special about visiting an old church be it a chapel, church or cathedral.
With the first week of July in the books it is fair to say summer is going by quick.
One assumes Paris of the Belle Époque was vastly different than today. Yet, there are remarkable parallels between now and then, not least the immense wealth and opulence of the richest of the rich.
Of course, New York is way more than New York City. I discovered this during a summer road trip across the Empire State. Along the way I experienced three distinct regions: Western New York, the Finger Lakes and the Thousand Islands.