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Would you like to spend a vacation in a desert city? Want to party on the land of majestic sunrises and sunsets? Well, then Tuscan is the place to be. Do not be under the impression that a desert city is quite boring and has very little to offer. You will agree with this if once you take a tour of the Tucson attractions. Just rub the image of desert that is full of sand, dust, heat, and humidity and replace it by fun activities amidst the sand. This will make you feel good and will surely encourage you to visit Tucson. Continue reading “Tucson attractions” »

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Knoxville in Tennessee is the hub of cultural, natural, as well as historic highlights. Nestled on the Tennessee River and once known as the ‘little scruffy city’, today this city is witnessing a rapid revival to exhibit a modern look amidst its still alive historical vibes. If you are out to stroll in the evening of any week, you will encounter many like you at the restaurants, sidewalk cafes, clubs, and theaters on the Market Square and Gay Street. Continue reading “Knoxville TN Attractions” »

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Evolved in many ways, the land of Biloxi by the side of the Mississippi’s Gulf Coast still preserves its history in the old fishermen faces as well as extensive mansions covered by mossy oaks. On the other hand, the modernity is exposed via its plethora of shinning casinos making the area as the famous tourist destination. The Biloxi MS attractions cater to all tastes – glance through the antiques in its legendary Ocean Springs, know about art in an interesting museum, or relax on the pristine long beach. From a chilling picnicking afternoon, technical hike, and to golf, expect a variety of activities here for a busy weekend! All credit goes to the flawless blend of yesterday’s courtesy and today’s glare, the Biloxi MS attractions are diverse as well as dynamic whose roots lie in the past. In this article, I will speak much about the sights to see and some activities besides casinos. Continue reading “Biloxi MS attractions” »

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Nestled in the Historic High Country of Georgia, Helen is a touristy regeneration of an alpine Bavarian hamlet very close to the Chattahoochee River. So, you can really expect a lot as well as diverse Helen GA attractions. Discover the old-fashioned bright gingerbread, explore the shops featuring mural paintings on the paved brick alleyways, go tubing on the Chattahoochee River, wonder at the Anna Ruby waterfalls, scream throughout the day in an amusement park, experience golfing, challenge some hiking trails, or opt for horseback riding. Most of the Helen GA attractions are in and around downtown and most of that can be seen just by walking. If at all you are driving, there are many public parking lots here. However, for a unique tour, catch a Horne’s Buggy Ride drawn by horses. Continue reading “Helen GA attractions” »

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Extensively stretching along the shores of the famous Lake Erie, Ohio’s Cleveland is not only a big city, but is a culturally diverse town. So, the Cleveland Ohio attractions are more of the cultural as well as natural types. This city in northeast Ohio is the home to excellent museums, cultural shows, the continent’s most golf courses per capita, and amusement parks. If you are looking for a holiday featuring only recreation, then Cleveland is the second best among the 354 metro US cities. Continue reading “Cleveland Ohio attractions” »

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Located in the Swain County, Cherokee is a small town in North Carolina and comes in the jurisdiction of the Cherokee Indian Reservation. Well, this is the home of the Cherokee culture as well as the Cherokee language still spoken by several folks. For the tourists, it acts as the gateway to the Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Featuring a tourism-based economy, Cherokee has no ‘downtown’ as the overall zone encompasses tourist shops vending the ‘Indian’ themed junk and hotels. So, most of the Cherokee NC attractions involve activities instead of the sights. Continue reading “Cherokee NC attractions” »

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Talk about Salem in Massachusetts and you just cannot ignore the Witch Trials that occurred here in 1692. Yes, one of the most explored Salem Massachusetts attractions is the ‘Haunted Happenings’, an event of more than 120 shows that is fun for all ages. Via this guided trip, you get the most demanding opportunities to explore the historical sites, witchcraft expo, psychic fair, ghostly sites, book readings, exhibits, festivals, and concerts. Continue reading “Salem Massachusetts attractions” »

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Tucked into the Florida coastline just as you pass the border in from Georgia you’ll find a great little spot for a nice, quiet, fun filled family vacation, it’s called Amelia Island. Amelia Island is the southernmost of the Sea Islands, which is a chain of barrier islands that stretches along the east coast from South Carolina to Florida. Because it is just inside the boarder from Georgia, Amelia Island still has some of that Southern charm, the streets are lined with oaks rather than palms and the businesses are more sedate meaning you’re more likely to find them advertised in wood block signs than neon. Continue reading “Amelia Island Offers Visitors Southern Charm in a Natural Setting” »

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