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10 Wisconsin Summer Vacation Destinations Away from the Crowd - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... Museum. Ride an elephant and feed camels at Circus World. Let your imaginations run wild at Dr. Evermor's Art Park, located south of Baraboo across from the Badger Ordnance Plant. Back in Baraboo, refuel after climbing the bluffs at Devil's Lake State Park by indulging in a gourmet burrito topped...


American Birkebeiner in Cable & Hayward, Wisconsin - Sandy Sayler - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... America. Participating skiers come from all across the United States and from more than 20 foreign countries. The 51-kilometer race starts near the active town of Cable and trails through the woods of northwestern Wisconsin to finish on the Main Street of Hayward. This prestigious event is...


Become a Tourist in Your Own City - OttawaInformationGuide

... in the city that you call home? If you are wondering what to do this weekend, why not become a tourist in your own city? It is amazing what you will learn about its history and what it has to offer. So many of us go about our daily routine and never take the time to explore or enjoy our...


Great Wolf Lodge and Water Park, Wisconsin Dells - Michael Meister - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... doesn't have to end when Labor Day comes around.The Wisconsin Dells now hosts a variety of Indoor Water parks that are a great alternative for winter vacations. One such resort is the new Great Wolf Lodge. For a while I've watched it being built on my travels up north on I90/94 and this...


Why Take a Cruise Vacation? - Colin Hartness

... about everyone. Do you commute to work every day, sitting in traffic for perhaps hours? Think about it, on a cruise you don’t drive anywhere for 7, 10, 14 days or more. Now, even if you were on a bus tour with no driving yourself, you haul your luggage or at least pack and unpack it at each stop....


Desert Inn Makes Room For "Encore at Wynn Las Vegas" - Iulia Pascanu

... planned to span over 20 acres of land.Nostalgically described as "another chapter in Las Vegas' history that is being closed beneath a cloud of dust" by Las Vegas Review Journal, the name of Desert Inn stands now by the side of other famous & former Las Vegas resorts like The Dunes,...


Donald Trump Builds Across From Wynn on the Las Vegas Strip - Iulia Pascanu

... as just recently Steve Wynn had the Desert Inn imploded to make room for his Encore, right across the street. The 64-story hotel entitled "Trump International Hotel & Tower" - just like its peer in New York City - will be situated near the intersection of Industrial Road and Fashion Show...


Las Vegas Centennial Party - Iulia Pascanu

... Vegas accustomed those who happen to drop by and pay a visit just the last day of the year, with fireworks extravaganza, live music, multicolored lights and people celebrating in the street.It is true, only a hundred years ago (that actually comply on 15th May 2005), Salt Lake Railroad Company...


Vacation At Your Own Risk With Independently Owned Vacation Rentals - Jackie Moniot

... dollars spent on the agency-represented rental buy the vacationer peace of mind that the rental is legitimate and adequately maintained. Agency-represented vacation rentals prevent travelers from being victimized by fraudulent rental transactions booked online or via telephone. In today’s...


The Cast of Culture in South Africa - Gregory Hudson

... of the culture in South Africa, your attention could swiftly switch to a small boy gallantly escorting herds of cattle, end to end, over a rainbow-like walkway crossing one of the largest and busiest highways in South Africa. Culture makes Africa special and aside from beautiful landscapes,...


My visit to Little Rock's new William J. Clinton Presidential Library - Will Robertson

... message that it gives. In fact I had a wonderful, informative, even inspired experience.I went with a good friend, Craig. We met in the lobby. He showed me the Cabinet Room replica, and then we ran to catch the next viewing of the 20 minute introductory film about Clinton, his presidency, and...


Mazatlán - Yvon Marier

... 1930s, mainly for fishing and hunting, and some hotels began to appear along the Playa Olas Altas, Mazatlán's first tourist beach, in the 1950s and that's when Mazatlan became know as the 'Mexican Riviera'. The town continued to grow steadily through the 1960s. From the 1970s onward, a long strip...


An engine problem destroyed by sailing holiday. What shall I do? - Alexander Vournas

... (hence "sea" being of the feminine gender) - and a vessel, which consists of thousands of parts and bits of equipment, (electrics, electronics, mechanical items, sails, etc) all of which should work together, and in unison. You can ignore all the promises that nothing will go wrong - it...


A Hiking Guide to Easter Island - David Stanley

... a powerfully beautiful coastline or littering the slopes of an extinct volcano. Getting there is easy as Easter Island can be included in the Oneworld Explorer airpass introduced on http://www.southpacific.org/air.html , and a fine selection of inexpensive places to stay and eat await...


Following Links to Hawaii - Dave Davis

... with the Internet these days is that people often are overwhelmed by information overload.Many destinations have many sites covering details on vacationing there and Hawaii is no exception. In fact, Hawaii, as a travel destination, is covered by numerous websites covering everything from...


Wisconsin Friday night fish fry – 10 of the best - Dennis Boyer - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... upscale private clubs and in spots that were bare bones rustic. There are thousands more I haven’t seen. WisconsinGuide writer Samm Dowell has picked my favorite – Molly’s Grill in Black River Falls. Here are some others I find “distinctive.”*#10 – Dave’s Who’s Inn – a young blue collar version...


The quiet sport: snowshoeing in Wisconsin - Georgia Beaverson - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... sky as possible. Rounded white hummocks soften the ground as far as the eye can see, poked here and there with quills of dried autumn grasses. No road, no trail, no intrusive noise of civilization. This is snowshoeing in Wisconsin.Wonders of wildlife“You can go anywhere you want,” says Dick...


10 winter camping rules to live by - James Bishop - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... bags and a canvas pup tent. What did we know? We were just 12. That night a norther’ blew in from the Arctic dropping temps into the minus digits. Had Mike and I geared for –30°, we could have slept all night rather than jogging inside flimsy sleeping bags trying to keep our blood solid. Luckily,...


What’s to do at a waterpark? Lots! - Debra Illingworth Greene - WisconsinGuide Magazine

... out in the water. Of course, families come to the Great Wolf Lodge in Wisconsin Dells for the 42,000 square feet of waterpark action, but a visit here won’t leave you all wet – there’s so much more to do than swim!Fun in the waterThe indoor waterpark at the Great Wolf Lodge is actually two...


A Tenerife Holiday has more to offer than you think. - Tony Garwood

... other things to do.Like museums in the UK those on the island of Tenerife have had to move with the times to keep themselves interesting and motivating. The four I bring you to here have risen to the challenge and won. You will be happy with your day out and so will the children.Museo de la...


Stockholm - The Most Beautiful Capital In The World? - Marc A. De Jong

... visitor.Arriving in Stockholm is already something special. From your plane you will see the water, the immense green areas, the fourteen islands with the colorful buildings that make up Stockholm ..... You are in a holiday mood even before you set your first step on Swedish ground.Located...


Cruising with the Mouse – Disney Cruise Line - Colin Hartness

... to produce cruise ships that would appeal to adults and children of all ages. The result was two nearly-identical ships, Disney Wonder and Disney Magic. The ships are distinctively Disney, with the famous mouse silhouette prominently placed on the smokestacks and appearing frequently...


Eight cheap honeymoon ideas for couples on a budget - Jerry Windley-Daoust

... to enjoy a romantic honeymoon at your dream destination? Here are eight ideas for a more affordable, yet still romantic, honeymoon.1. Ask for the gift of a honeymoonYou can defray the cost of your honeymoon, or perhaps even cover the cost entirely, by listing it on a honeymoon gift registry....


TEN WAYS TO GET KIDS EXCITED ABOUT THE FAMILY TRIP - Ruth Lutnick

... simply must show your children those famous places and mind-opening culture palaces.Your children are not so thrilled. In fact, the 13-year-old, a girl, has asked if she could stay with her best friend while you and her whiny younger brother go to Europe without her.How do you turn the scenario...


Where to Find Some of the Best Beaches in the World - Helen Palmer

... is very distant from the other, so travelling between the two is easy by road or rail. Most of the beaches, which stretch around the coastline are long with white sand. On some of the beaches like Muizenberg you'll find lifeguards, so they are safe to surf from. Other beaches, like Boulders...

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