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Rod Run Pigeon Forge, Tennessee – Hot Rodders Rejoice

If you like classic cars, head to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee during the Spring Grand Rod Run and the Fall Grand Rod Run. These great events are held in April and September of each year.

Cindy | June 22nd, 2009 | Category: Unique Getaways

A Vacation with the Lancaster Amish

If visiting the beautiful Amish country of Lancaster, Pennsylvania sounds appealing, there is a way to find many of the important elements of such a vacation in one place.
No visit to Lancaster would be complete without a ride in an authentic Amish buggy, a visit to a working Amish farm, educational information about this group [...]

Cindy | June 2nd, 2009 | Category: Unique Getaways

Authentic Amish Food in Philadelphia

A trip to the countryside is still worth it but you don't have to wander away from downtown Philadelphia to find a huge selection of authentic Amish food.

Cindy | May 28th, 2009 | Category: General

Museum and White House of the Confederacy

There is something about standing in a spot where history was made. Where men made decisions that altered the shape of the country and where countless well-known men and women came to visit.
One such place is the White House of the Confederacy located in Richmond, Virginia. This historical treasure was almost lost forever when, about [...]

Cindy | May 18th, 2009 |

Vermont Farm Vacations

There are many farms within the Green Mountain State of Vermont that offer lodging to guests who are curious about how these farms operate on a day to day basis. What better than a farm vacation?

Cindy | May 16th, 2009 | Category: Unique Getaways

Hotel or Cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee?

When you are checking out a trip to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, you'll find that along with the many hotels and timeshares, there are also hundreds of cabins available for rent. So which should it be – cabin or hotel?

Cindy | May 6th, 2009 | Category: Travel Tips

Haunted Cape Coast Castle in Ghana

There are some things that, although you know, you cannot truly know until you experience them in some tangible way. One example of this surrounds the horrors inflicted upon those men and women who were torn from their villages and sold into slavery.
Ghana, West Africa, was just one of many places where this tragedy occurred. [...]

Cindy | May 1st, 2009 | Category: General

A Walk in the Treetops

Kakum National Park, located in the Central Region of Ghana, is home to the Canopy Walk. The Canopy Walk is comprised of seven bridges that connect from treetop to treetop over a length of more than 1000 feet.

Cindy | April 30th, 2009 | Category: General

Driving versus Flying

You may ask yourself once in a while, do you drive or do you fly? There are advantages and disadvantages to each depending on your particular trip. Here is what to consider as you decide.

Cindy | April 28th, 2009 | Category: Air Travel

Amish Country Etiquette

A visit to Amish country is something you won't forget for many reasons. The people, the charm, the curiosity, the food that some of them may sell. But they are not zoo animals or a theme park attraction. Here are some tips on how enjoy Amish country without causing offense.

Cindy | April 26th, 2009 | Category: Travel Tips

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