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Oahu four men on standup paddleboards
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Top Beach Breaks, Places to Surf and Surfing Schools

Looking for the top surfing schools and beach breaks because surfer slang has washed over your conversations? Book one of these places to surf and your family will learn the sport...

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Logging truck in upstate California with Mount Shasta in the background.
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Next Stop: The Mountain Town of Redding

Redding, California, the center of outdoor recreation in the Northlands, is becoming the next stop for active families. Head upstate about 220 miles north of the Bay Area to experience...

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baby lying down on white fuzzy blanket
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How To Get Your Own US Passport To Adventure

Your U. S. passport is a travel essential for any age traveler because a U.S. citizen's birth certificate does not suffice to cross borders. However, since the...

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Aerial view of the Sustainability Pavilion at Dubai World Expo 2020
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Dubai World Expo Is A Dazzling World’s Fair

The United Arab Emirates welcomes visitors to the dazzling Dubai World Expo from Oct. 1, 2021 to Mar. 31, 2022. During this six-month period, the 1,100-acre

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The “Harmonious” fireworks show at Epcot.
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50 Reasons to Visit Disney World at 50

Did you ever think you’d be around to see Disney World at 50? I hadn’t even met my spouse when they opened Walt Disney’s second magical theme park, in Florida, in 1971. In...

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Crossing the Rio Grande at Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park, Texas
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Lajitas And Big Bend Texas

We checked into the Lajitas Golf and Spa Resort panting, trying to catch our breath after an exhilarating, five-point zip line adventure above the Big Bend of Texas.

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Outdoor cafes along the central part of River Walk in downtown San Antonio.
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Forget The Alamo; Discover The New San Antonio

Over the last 20 years, a new San Antonio has evolved from being the 'Alamo City' to embracing its natural environment and rich cultural history. You still can't forget the Alamo...

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River in winter. Photo by Jake Frank for NPS.gov
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The Essential Guide to Camping in the Winter

Winter camping can be great fun, waking up with a frost covering the tent and a beautiful misty sunrise. But it can also be a truly miserable experience if you end up cold and...

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Haunted Houses, Halloween Ideas and Weekend Breaks

Take spending on candy sales, haunted houses, Halloween costumes and weekend breaks and you get an estimated $10.14 billion holiday according to the National Retail Federation....

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