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Teen taking a lesson from a pro at Classic Swing Golf School in Myrtle Beach.
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You Thought Beach? Myrtle Beach Golf Is The New Game

Many families expect a beach when they get to Myrtle Beach, but our family prefers a Myrtle Beach golf vacation. The beach is there, of course. The Grand Strand...

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Harriet's Rooftop Lounge at the One Hotel Brooklyn has Brooklyn Bridge and New York City views.
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11 Ways Hotels are Changing

To picture how hotels are changing for the future, let’s start with the worldwide pandemic that kept people afraid and in their homes.

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The Stone Bridge at the Bull Run battlefield site in Manassas, Virginia.
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Touring Bull Run – The Manassas Battlefield

History comes to life at the Manassas battlefield in northern Virginia where National Park Rangers and an excellent interpretive center illuminate the origins of the American Civil...

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Sunset along Highway I-25 heading north from Albuquerque to Santa Fe.
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Road Trip USA: Exploring The Diverse Cultures of New Mexico

Explore the byways and historic Camino Real on a New Mexico road trip and add unexpected pleasures to your Southwestern overland adventure.

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Shopping at the Native American Portal Market at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe.
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Santa Fe With Kids

Four hundred years of history guarantee that Santa Fe with kids -- or without -- is a fascinating destination. Architecture, shops, restaurants and museums feature a sophisticated...

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Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee
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Destinations Where Black Lives Matter

Explore historic sites, institutions and Black culture destinations where Black lives not only matter, they fuel fascinating conversations about race and justice that too few travelers...

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Marine helicopter and costumed troops hitting the beach in a display at the Marine Corps Museum.
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Marine Corps Museum Visitors Say It’s Better Than Bootcamp

History buffs eager for a unique, immersive experience should spend a weekend at the Marine Corps Museum in Virginia. The 135-acre National Museum of the Marine Corps site...

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How to Go to Disney for Free and Score Deep Discounts

According to Walt Disney World's website, there's no such thing...

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Tent with snowshoes outside the flap in surrounded by a snowy, winter wonderland.
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The Essential Guide to Camping in the Winter

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

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