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Slideshow – Almost heaven, West Virginia!

Slideshow – Almost heaven, West Virginia!

NMD – West Virginia could probably be one of the most beautiful states in the United States.  Their landscape is diverse, no matter the season there’s a reason to visit there.  Whether it’s hiking in the spring, summer or fall, or snow-based sports in the winter, West Virginia is the ...

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Video: Louisiana and its food

Video: Louisiana and its food

Time for a traditional seafood boil! Mardi Gras is on March 4, 2014 and is fast approaching.  To help our readers celebrate the occasion, we’re going to be sharing some videos in the coming weeks that will help you get excited about it!  Louisiana is a state rich in many ...

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National Museum of the USAF – history lives inside these walls

National Museum of the USAF – history lives inside these walls

NMD – With the winter winds blowing, it’s the time of year when people think less of travel and more of staying inside, but a visit to the National Museum of the USAF is the best of both worlds.  Make sure to check out the slideshow at the bottom of ...

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SyFy Channel’s “Killer Contact” solves the mysteries behind the hauntings

SyFy Channel’s “Killer Contact” solves the mysteries behind the hauntings

Premieres Dec. 4, 2013 on the SyFy Channel at 10PM ET/PT Have you ever visited a haunted location and wondered just what’s behind the hauntings?  SyFy Channel’s “Killer Contact”, premiering Dec. 4, 2013, goes in search of the answers to your questions. There’s a new group of paranormal investigators coming ...

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The diners of Southern Ohio

The diners of Southern Ohio

NLM – In my opinion, Ohio is one of the most underrated states in the country.  Why, do you ask?  Because the Buckeye State has SO much to offer!  One of these is the diners that dot the back-roads, highways and byways of Southern Ohio. The Mel-O-Dee Restaurant, New Carlisle ...

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Jack’s Firehouse in Philadelphia is both haunted and delicious

Jack’s Firehouse in Philadelphia is both haunted and delicious

NMD – Philadelphia’s a tough town when it comes to their cheese steak sandwich.  Restaurant reputations there are earned and lost based on how good your cheese steak sandwich is.  Here’s a restaurant that has one of the best in the city. Jack’s Firehouse Restaurant, at 2130 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, has ...

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A Glimpse into Galveston Island, Texas’ Culinary Scene

A Glimpse into Galveston Island, Texas’ Culinary Scene

Ask anyone who has recently returned from a trip what they like best about it, and I guarantee you they’ll either mention certain dishes or simply say, “the food.” Galveston Island, Texas is unique in many ways; and perhaps that can be attributed to its location. If you are looking ...

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Tucson’s Maynard’s Kitchen and the Farm to Table Concept

Tucson’s Maynard’s Kitchen and the Farm to Table Concept

The farm-to-table effort is nothing new to the United States.  As a country founded on an agrarian society, large farms and small, all family owned, have provided for the people for hundreds of years.  During World War II, it was suggested that supporting the war effort meant having a “Victory ...

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Video: Louisiana and its food

Video: Louisiana and its food

Time for a traditional seafood boil! Mardi Gras is on March 4, 2014 and is fast approaching.  To help our readers celebrate the occasion, we’re going to be sharing some videos in the coming weeks that will help you get excited about it!  Louisiana is a state rich in many ...

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Macarons with Chocolate Ganache Filling – The Pain Doré Bakery, Montreal

Macarons with Chocolate Ganache Filling – The Pain Doré Bakery, Montreal

This past weekend I was in the area of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on a press trip.  On the first day, the representative of the Quebec Tourism office, Patrice Poissant, presented us with box lunches that included a delicious pastry called a Confidence.  All of us on the bus agreed this was ...

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In the Kitchen with Chef Robert Hall of Winthrop Rockefeller Institute

In the Kitchen with Chef Robert Hall of Winthrop Rockefeller Institute

Chef Robert Hall refuses to be pinpointed down to one culinary point of view. “I love food,” says the Arkansas-native. “If I truly had to give an answer, I would say my point of view is global fusion. There really isn’t much that I don’t like when it comes to ...

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Recipes from the Road – Mandarin Boutique Hotel’s Tavuk Sote

Recipes from the Road – Mandarin Boutique Hotel’s Tavuk Sote

NMD – Located in Mugla, Turkey, the Mandarin Boutique Hotel is relaxing retreat with an excellent menu for their guests.  So proud are they of their culinary offerings, they share some of their traditional recipes on their site.  Turkish food is a delicious blend showing the heritage of the country, ...

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A Glimpse into Galveston Island, Texas’ Culinary Scene

A Glimpse into Galveston Island, Texas’ Culinary Scene

Ask anyone who has recently returned from a trip what they like best about it, and I guarantee you they’ll either mention certain dishes or simply say, “the food.” Galveston Island, Texas is unique in many ways; and perhaps that can be attributed to its location. If you are looking ...

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Discover Alabama’s Cuisine during The Year of Alabama Food

Does a location define its food, or does the food define its location? While there is no right or wrong answer, Martie Duncan, of Martie Knows Parties and season eight of “Food Network Star,” believes that food and the place it comes from have always been synonymous. Especially when it ...

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Touring Route 66? Make sure to stop in Williams, AZ

[captionpix imgsrc=”http://www.explorationtravelmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/PA245279.jpg” captiontext=”Route 66, all 2,451 miles of it, offers a lot to see and do.  Image provided by Nancy M. Dickinson”] The mere mention of Route 66 invokes memories of a simpler time and lifestyle in American history.  It also reminds older folks of the television show Route 66, ...

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Single Parent Travel Challenge

Single Parent Travel Challenge

There are special challenges facing single parents traveling with children.  The two most noticeable of these are pricing and comfort or fitting in with the married-with-children folks – unless we are talking about camping, car travel or visiting a Disney theme park.   Mingling is not such an issue when in ...

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