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Top 10 Free Things to do on any Vacation

Traveling is exciting, however, it can also be very expensive. When you factor in flying, hotels, and costly meals, oftentimes, there is not much left over for fun. Fortunately, for those on a tight budget, there are plenty of free attractions available pretty much everywhere, whether it be a beautiful park, a rustic hiking trail, […]

5 Free Holiday Attractions in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. is home to one of the most famous Christmas trees in the country. The beautiful National Tree on the White House Ellipse draws many visitors and much media coverage each year. Although the city itself is not overly festive this time of year, there are a number of festive attractions and activities to […]

15 Rainy Day Activities in Tampa Bay

If your Tampa vacation falls anytime between the months of June-October, your odds of getting caught in a rainstorm goes up dramatically. The wet season in Tampa can be unpredictable with afternoon storms occurring without much advance warning. If it looks like a storm may be brewing, you may want to hold off on your […]

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year in Tampa Bay

Do not let the lack of snow and frosty temperatures get you down this holiday season in Tampa Bay. While building a snowman, taking a sleigh ride, and skiing are all surely out of the question, festive seasonal fun still abounds throughout the metro. From Santa parades, to illuminated boat parades, to jingle bell 5ks, […]

5 Must-Do’s in Charleston, South Carolina

Beautiful historic Charleston, South Carolina, known for its’ charming inns, historic plantations, lovely gardens, colorful architecture, southern style cuisine, barrier islands, and historical attractions, draws history buffs and photographers from around the world. Charleston, the oldest city in South Carolina, was established in 1670 by English colonists. The city has preserved much of its’ quaint […]

Leaf Peeping Near Tucson: Fall Color on Mt. Lemmon

Fall color in Tucson? Yes, it does exist, although not exactly within the city itself. While no leaf peeping opportunities exist in Tucson, you can drive about an hour and a half outside of the city up to the high altitude trails of the Coronado National Forest to see the colorful deciduous leaves. While Tucson […]

19 Must-Do’s in Prescott, Arizona

Prescott is a small community in North Central Arizona, often overlooked due to more popular regional destinations like Flagstaff, Williams, and Sedona. Although Prescott neither offers the spectacular red rock scenery of Sedona, nor Flagstaff’s close proximity to the Grand Canyon and other natural wonders, Prescott does offer a number of its’ own great amenities. […]