Old Town Sacramento is a historic district showcasing a general idea of life in the days of the gold rush of 1849. It is considerably cleaned up and "sanitized" from the actual conditions back then, but it makes for an interesting visit.
Acadia National Park has over two million visitors each year. It was the first national park created east of the Mississippi River. There is plenty to see and do for the whole family.
Pioneer life in Oklahoma wasn't easy, but for those brave souls who ventured out into the wild lands of untamed Oklahoma it was their dream. They saw this new state as a ray of light, a chance to own a piece of the American Dream; a home and land of...
There are a lot of wonderful things to do on the Space Coast of Florida! Come check it out, and I am sure you will find something that would interest you on the beautiful Space Coast!
Can you all believe that lil’ ol’ Savannah, Georgia hosts the second largest St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the whole United States?? That’s right! The city is swamped with almost half a million visitors every March 17th, plus all the...
Few could guess this quiet little village was once a bustling vacation destination of the elite seeking heeling from the river's gentle waters.
The population of Hawaiian's in Las Vegas has doubled in the last ten years, and is projected to keep growing. Similarities in employment opportunities and weather tend to be biggest factors.
Ohio has many beautiful gardens to visit, so if you are planning a trip and wish to discover more of the state, here is a cornucopia of public gardens that are worth visiting.
When you think about Hawaii your first thoughts probably go to palm trees, sandy beaches and hula. But now people often wonder about a chicken population that is on the rise.
Welcome to quirky, iconoclastic, weird and wonderful Cave Creek, Arizona -- where cowboys, artists, bikers, and authors roam. Still a small town, Cave Creek has a big heart and a bigger attitude. Here is your virtual tour.