Summer Fun For the Family at Universal Studios

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Adventures Your Kids Will Love
by Jeff Hoyt

Disneyland is often referred to as The Magic Kingdom, but plenty of magic can be found at Universal Studios Hollywood… and we don’t just mean Harry Potter.
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Top 7 Things to Do on Mexico’s Riviera Maya

Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza
Subterranean treasure: Cenote Ik Kil near Chichen Itza


Exploring the Ancient History and Natural Wonders of the Yucatan Peninsula

by Sylvie Greil


Snorkeling with enormous turtles in warm, turquoise waters; scaling ancient jungle pyramids; exploring phantasmagorical sinkholes amid stalactites and stalagmites… the “Riviera Maya” feels a million worlds away. Continue reading “Top 7 Things to Do on Mexico’s Riviera Maya” »

Exploring Augusta, Georgia


A Guide to the Home of the Masters Tournament

 

Augusta, Georgia, home of the Masters Tournament, has long been a mecca for golf lovers
Discover the history and culture of Augusta, Georgia

 


Every April, the golf world turns its eyes to the historic Southern town of Augusta, Georgia, when the Masters Tournament gathers top professionals from across the globe to battle for the sport’s most prestigious article of clothing — the green jacket. Continue reading “Exploring Augusta, Georgia” »

Historic Route 66

Will Rogers Highway

 

America’s “Mother Road,” stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles, was the first of its kind in many respects. For starters, it was the first diagonal highway covering a long stretch of land in the 1920s. But more importantly, it was a pioneer in connecting small, rural towns in Illinois, Missouri and Kansas with larger, urban regions, which helped farmers ship their goods to the big cities. When it was officially commissioned in 1926, Route 66 included 2,448 miles of road. And even though only 800 of those miles were paved, it still served as the nation’s primary junction between the east and west.

 

Mike Bell Travels on the Mother Road

 

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Gourmet Glamping: A Chef, a Meal and a Whole Lot of Fun

A multi-course meal with an emphasis on foraged ingredients prepared by chef Kyle Nicholson
A multi-course meal with an emphasis on foraged ingredients prepared by chef Kyle Nicholson

 

Glamping on San Juan Island

by Foodista.com


Add this to your bucket list: Gourmet Glamping. If you’re wondering what “glamping” is, think camping but without actually roughing it. Sleep in a comfortable bed in a wood-floored canvas tent and eat really, really good food that you cook over an open fire with a guest chef as your guide. Food truly does taste better when it’s cooked outdoors, especially when paired with exceptional wines and an amazing group of people.

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