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9 Places You Should Visit In Granite Bay
By Elijah Aizenberg · 2 years ago
Granite Bay is one of the most popular places in America with lots of tourist attractions for the guests and visitors who come all through the year. I decided to write this piece to help ...
Best Places To Live In Placer County
By Elijah Aizenberg · 2 years ago
Placer County is one of the most desirable places to live in in the State of California. Just like in the days of gold rush, dozens of people flock to Placer County today to find ...
Top 7 Places To Visit In The Bay Area
By Elijah Aizenberg · 2 years ago
The San Francisco Bay Area – home to legendary sights like the Golden Gate Bridge – is one of the most sought after vacation cities in the country. If you happen to be in the ...
Tourist Attractions In Nevada County
By Elijah Aizenberg · 2 years ago
In Northern California, there exists a chain of towns that sprang up in response to the gold mining rush of several decades ago. One of them is Nevada County. From a small mining camp, it ...
Top 8 Attractions Of The San Francisco Bay Area
By Elijah Aizenberg · 2 years ago
Thousands of people flock to the San Francisco bay area every year as guests and tourists and for most of them, the only thing on their mind is the Golden Gate Bridge or the Golden ...
Escape to Greece Without Having To Take A Ferry
By Julia Murphy · 2 years ago
Getaways to enchanting beaches without a ferry Chalkidiki, Pelion, Evia, Messinia are only a few of the seaside destinations of mainland Greece, which have no reason to be jealous of the Aegean and the Ionian ...
Cheap Holidays in Egypt - Archaeological Wonders to Explore during your Vacation
By Maria Weber · 2 years ago
Your cheap holidays in Egypt will be memorable and adventurous because this transcontinental country has numerous tourist attractions that you can explore. Egypt is one of the oldest civilizations in the world which makes it ...
Where to swim in Athens
By Julia Murphy · 2 years ago
Athens is not only a capital, a large city with important museums and amazing historical sites, elegant shops and vivid nightlife. Although the ancient Athens was not built by the sea, today a big part ...
Life at Cape Flattery Lighthouse
By Katy Beacher · 2 years ago
In March of 1778 Captain James Cook sailed the waters of the North Washington Coast where there was an opening along the coastline. He named the place Cape Flattery because he thought he had been ...
Where to Stay in Santorini the Best Towns & Hotels
By David Arnold · 2 years ago
Spectacular Santorini shines like a glamorous jewel in the blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Completing the set of Cyclades islands, Santorini itself is set on the site of a submerged volcano and is home ...
Alki Point: From a Kerosene Lantern to Lighthouse
By Katy Beacher · 2 years ago
A wedge shaped piece of West Seattle stretches into Puget Sound forming the southern boundary of Elliott Bay, the first settlers of which were Duwamish Indians. It was first named New York by Charles Terry ...
Marrowstone Point Light and the "Triangle of Fire"
By Katy Beacher · 2 years ago
Near Port Townsend, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula extends a piece of low level ground known as Marrowstone Point. The point was named by captain George Vancouver after visiting the site in May of 1792 ...
The Lighthouse That Sheltered an Indian Woman
By Katy Beacher · 2 years ago
The New Dungeness lighthouse was the second lighthouse in the state of Washington. It was first lit in December 14, 1858 following Cape Disappointment Light which was first lit in 1856. In 1927 its original ...
Short break to Dubrovnik
By Alexa Vega · 2 years ago
Dubrovnik is a magnificent walled Croatian city located in the southern part of the Adriatic coast. This small city is the most popular Mediterranean short break destination. It welcomes thousands of visitors each year who ...
Temples Of Chiang Mai Thailand
By Phillip Whitehair · 2 years ago
Chiang Mai offers great memories, friendly locals, beautiful scenery, and 300 awe-inspiring temples. If you don't have time or the energy to visit all 300 temples, there are definitely some must see temples, which should ...
48 hours in Yerevan, Armenia
By Beena Nadeem · 3 years ago
Yerevan can be perplexing. Its neoclassical squares conjure Vienna, while its wide boulevards brim with Parisian élan. There’s no escaping the sprawl of brutal high-rises that shoulder its Soviet past, yet recent investment has embalmed ...
Todos Santos, Guatemala
By Josue Ardon · 3 years ago
Todos Santos, Guatemala Todos Santos is a small village hidden high in the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes. Guatemala is a mountainous country with no shortage of dramatic mountain ranges. The Cuchumatanes, however, are in a ...
A Perfect Day In Prague
By Alex Price · 3 years ago
With castles, cathedrals, palaces, gardens, and cobbled lanes aplenty, it’s difficult not to have a good day in Prague. However, many visitors never leave the well-trodden route running from Wenceslas Square, through Old Town Square, ...
Shore Excursions in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua
By Nicholas Mcnelis · 3 years ago
Tourism in Nicaragua is on the up. Every year, more and more people are visiting this beautiful country. Nicaragua has stepped out of the Cold War shadow and is fast becoming the hottest destinations in ...
Enthrall the Kids With These Exciting Times Square Activities
By Weston Barnes · 3 years ago
Whether you live in or are visiting New York City, there are plenty of kids’ activities in Times Square. You don’t need an excuse such as a birthday or other celebration, either. Rather make a ...