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Set Sail for Seward, Alaska

No trip to Alaska is complete without a visit to Seward, which sits on the Kenai Peninsula’s rocky, mountainous, glacier-dominated eastern coast. Seward is located on the shores of Resurrection Bay and in the foothills of the Kenai Mountains. Its harbor bustles with cruise ships, fishing charters, tour boats and sailing expeditions, which all arrive and…
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Jersey City: History on Manhattan’s Doorstep

With the world’s most famous skyline just a mile across the water, it is easy to regard Jersey City only as a launch pad to Manhattan and ignore the wonders of New Jersey’s second most populous town. Liberty State Park provides a spectacular viewing grounds for New York City, and Ellis Island and the Statue…
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Set Sail for Seward, Alaska

No trip to Alaska is complete without a visit to Seward, which sits on the Kenai Peninsula’s rocky, mountainous, glacier-dominated eastern coast. Seward is located on the shores of Resurrection Bay and in the foothills of the Kenai Mountains. Its harbor bustles with cruise ships, fishing charters, tour boats and sailing expeditions, which all arrive and…
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Jersey City: History on Manhattan’s Doorstep

With the world’s most famous skyline just a mile across the water, it is easy to regard Jersey City only as a launch pad to Manhattan and ignore the wonders of New Jersey’s second most populous town. Liberty State Park provides a spectacular viewing grounds for New York City, and Ellis Island and the Statue…
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Golf, Gaming and Caramel Rule in Hinckley, MN

Hinckley is “Minnesota’s Famous Half Way Stop”—one hour’s drive north of Minneapolis and one hour’s drive south of Duluth. Some come to Hinckley for the golf and gambling at the Grand Casino, operated by the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe. Others stop for the World Famous Caramel Rolls at Tobies Restaurant and Bakery. Neither the…
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