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Pennsylvania Ski Resorts Welcome Beginners

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month on the snow in Pennsylvania and ski areas are celebrating by offering great discounts to those who want to learn. Tens of thousands of winter enthusiasts migrate to the slopes in Pennsylvania every week to ski and snowboard on trails that truly offer something for everyone. You can have quiet comfort in a...

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Laying Back At The Oyster Bay Beach Resort, St. Martin

At Oyster Bay Beach Resort, the pleasures of having a timeshare in the Caribbean without the responsibility can add up to a lot of vacation value for a family looking for sun, sand, a gorgeous pool and the laid back lifestyle of a quiet island like Sint Maarten.  Sint Maarten is the Dutch side of the bi-national island shared between the Netherlands Antilles and...

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Free Kids Flights, Suite Discounts and Family Paradise in Bora Bora

The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora welcomes families to its Polynesian paradise with a special value package through winter, spring, summer, all the way until the end of 2014.With their current resort offer, you receive a complimentary 4th night with a stay of three consecutive paid nights -- a savings of 25%. You'll have to check with them about availability, get in touch...

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The All Male Spa Comes of Age

Ladies, did you know that there are six men-only spas in the United States? These include Nickel Spa for Men in New York City, The Grooming Lounge in Washington, D.C, and GQ Barber Lounge in Denver.Sir Spa in Chicago, another male-only spa, bills itself as “where men get their go.” The facility includes...

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The All American Cruise Lines Small Ship Experience

American made and American owned, American Cruise Lines proudly sails its small ships on 23 different itineraries along the inland waterways and rivers of 28 of the United States.  Building their own vessels that sleep from 50 to 200 passengers allows Chairman and CEO Charles A. Robertson to maintain the quality of personal service that fuels the company’s enviable reputation. With...

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Marine Corps Museum Visitors Say It’s Better Than Bootcamp

History buffs eager for a unique, immersive experience should plan to spend a weekend at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.  Built as a lasting tribute to the U.S Marines past, present, and future, this 135-acre site off the Jefferson Davis Highway in Virginia proudly honors the accomplishments of the Marine Corps through public programming and education.  The galleries...

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Best 5 Nightspots in the Stone City – Tashkent

In the majestic country of Uzbekistan is housed a mystical city called Tashkent. Everything in this picturesque city is made up of stones, be it monuments, buildings, or mosques. However, this stone city is also popular for one more thing – its unique and exuberant nightlife. The nightlife...

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Two Minds, One Heart and the Syros International Film Festival

How did little known Syros, capital of the Cyclades island group that includes the sexier Mykonos and more scenic Santorini, get its very own Syros International Film Festival? It's all due to two young culturpreneurs, Jacob Moe and Cassandra Celestin, who decided to plan one on an Aegean island known more for its commercial port than its fine beaches.

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Small Town Charmer: Bristol, Rhode Island Delights Couples And Kids

Located just outside Providence, charming Bristol, Rhode Island offers a host of rural and cultural activities for everyone, plus fine dining for adults and hands-on summer camps for younger schoolchildren. Only a two-and-a-half hour train ride from New York and even closer to Boston, Bristol is the perfect weekend escape -- or week-long respite -- from the noise and rush of a big...

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Wild Days Out At PortAventura In Spain

Whether it's raining on the plains of Spain or not, we recommend a visit to Port Aventura for traditional theme park fun with a splash of Spanish flavor. For kids who love virtual reality rides, roller coasters, and high-tech attractions, make this a day trip from the wonderful city of Barcelona. At Universal Studios Port Aventura...

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