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Get Crazy, Get Wild.┬áLet’s Party, Get Loud! Touring the Jersey Shore House in Seaside Heights

“It’s T-shirt time!” Cab’s are here!” We got a situation” “Gym, Tan, Laundry.” “Yeah Buddy!” “Party’s here!” If these quotes are immediately recognizable to you, then you have probably watched Jersey Shore a time or 2. ...

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Pittsburgh’s Bicycle Heaven: The World’s Largest Bicycle Museum and Shop

If you are into quirky, oddball attractions, then you will definitely want to plan some time to visit “the world’s largest bicycle museum and shop” while exploring Pittsburgh. Craig and Mindy Morrow opened Bicycle Heaven in 2011. Craig started with one bike which he found in the ...

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8 Famous Christmas Movie Filming Locations in NYC

While NYC is a great vacation destination anytime of year, millions of tourists choose to visit during the festive holiday season. With an entertaining lineup of festive annual events, 3 famous ice rinks, beautiful decor around every corner, and one of the country’s most extravagant ...

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Have the time of your life at Lake Lure

Dirty Dancing captured the hearts of many in the late 80’s, and to this day still has not lost any of its appeal. The super catchy I’ve had the time of my life song won an Oscar and became the most popular wedding song of 1987. Forever associated with this movie, you cannot hear this ...

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Nostalgic 80’s & 90’s movie filming locations

The early 80’s & mid 90’s was by far the decade of awesome movies & music, and thus, exploring these iconic movie filming sites has become a passion of mine. Almost every movie during this time period also had a totally rad soundtrack. From John Hughes classics like Ferris ...

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Attraction of the Week: Hollywood Stars Cars Museum

If you have ever visited or driven through Gatlinburg, you probably have noticed that almost the entirety of the town is loaded with cheesy & gimmicky attractions. If there ever was a tourist trap, it’s definitely Gatlinburg. While majority of the attractions are a bit on the tacky side, ...

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Tombstone: The Town too Tough to Die

Fans of old Western classics featuring the likes of gunslingers like Wyatt Earp & Doc Holliday will definitely want to plan a visit to the authentic western town of Tombstone. Located just 2 hours south of Tucson, Arizona, it’s a quick, fun daytrip for those interested in exploring ...

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Gloucester: Visiting Crow’s Nest, The location of “The Perfect Storm”

The Crow’s Nest is the bar featured in the movie, “The Perfect Storm.” The actual bar was not used for the movie because the ceilings were too low for the cameramen. However, a replica set was made in Hollywood. Cast members such as George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg hung out at ...

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Cinema Cafe – Dinner & Movie in Virginia Beach

During our trip to Virginia Beach, we decided to check out Cinema Cafe. Cinema Cafe is a dinner and movie theater concept, with 4 locations in the area. We decided to take in a movie at the Pembroke Meadows location, which offers older movies at a discounted rate. On Tuesdays, admission is only ...

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Fun celebrity events @ Hollywood Palms Cinema!

I love the concept of a dinner and movie theater: dinner served while watching a movie is a real treat! Plus, it cuts out the hassle of having to search for a restaurant before your show! I enjoyed all my experiences at Hollywood Palms in Naperville, Illinois. The inside of this theater features ...

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