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Cities

Press Visit to Helen, Georgia: Day One

OK, we were on our way to lovely little Helen, Georgia for a press getaway. But Tom was not happy with our plans and was convinced that our GPS was taking us in the wrong direction. We had, as usual, followed the directions of our GPS but it kept forcing us make turns that just … Continue reading »

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Welcome to Hendricks County, Indiana!

We learned about lovely Hendricks County, Indiana at a meeting for travel professionals so, when our 40th anniversary rolled around, it was easy to decide to take a few nights in this charming area. We really knew nothing about the area so just put the address of the Visitor’s Center in our map gizmo and … Continue reading »

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The Charming Gratz Park Inn

So, we decided to experience a staycation for the first time. A “staycation” is a getaway where you don’t go far; usually just stay in your same city where you live. Although Lexington, Kentucky is our hometown and attracts plenty of tourists from all over the world, we had sort of taken it for granted. … Continue reading »

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Fall in Cincy

When you begin planning a getaway to Cincinnati, one of the first things you will learn is that there are a lot of bridges. A lot of bridges. Cincinnati sprawls across the Ohio River with a population of almost 300,000, making it the third largest city in Ohio. The city is home to two major … Continue reading »

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Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center for Families

I have stayed at a lot of hotels. Pretty fabulous places all over the world with great amenities, amazing views, fabulous food, and awesome rooms. But the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center is still one of my very favorite places to stay. With 9 acres of lush gardens, trees, and a charming, shallow river inside … Continue reading »

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The Fabulous Forrest Hills Resort

We had been to Dahlonega, Georgia before; in fact, that’s how we learned to actually pronounce the name of this charming town because, until right before we arrived and made complete fools of ourselves, we were pronouncing it like Talladega. Luckily, we figured out before we arrived that it’s actually pronounced duh-lon-uh-guh with an emphasis on the … Continue reading »

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A Multi-Generational Family Trip to Cincinnati

The “Queen City” of Ohio is a beautiful location on the banks of the Ohio River with a wide variety of family-friendly attractions – from a zoo to an amazing aquarium to a major league baseball park and a football stadiums – that everyone, including the grandparents, will enjoy. Check out these great spots on … Continue reading »

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The Fabulous Feeders’ Cup

As you know, we are huge foodie fans and often plan our trips around the next food experience of some sort. We have been known to plan lunch and dinner as we are actively consuming breakfast. We may not remember all the details of a particular city visit but we can damn well tell you … Continue reading »

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See the Sights from These Missouri Hotels

The Gateway Arch by Wanderlustfemale via Trover.com One of the main reasons travelers visit the St. Louis area is to see the Gateway Arch, and it’s a great reason to go. The Arch is actually a National Park, is situated in a lovely, grassy park overlooking the river, and offers a magnificent view of the … Continue reading »

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Kringle, the Official State Pastry of Wisconsin

There is a lot to enjoy in the charming small town of Racine, Wisconsin. Located on the shore of beautiful Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Chicago, Racine has lovely beaches, parks and trails; Frank Lloyd Wright architecture; an amazing art museum; zoo; and the Wind Point Lighthouse. The lake provides plenty of opportunities for fishing, … Continue reading »

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