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Photo Tour through the Wynwood Walls in Miami

Florida
Street art - fan or foe? You might become a fan after walking Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood - a museum of streets. See more at http://BlueSkyTraveler.com
Street art - fan or foe?  You might become a fan after walking Miami’s Wynwood neighborhood - a museum of streets ...
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Roadtripping to Ruidoso, New Mexico

New Mexico, USA
Road Tripping to Ruidoso New Mexico
I’ve heard of Ruidoso for years, a name whispered in hushed tones by my fellow Texans as a secret paradise. A fantasy land, high in ...
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Weekend Getaway in St. Augustine, Florida

Florida, History, Weekend Getaway
Take a weekend getaway to St. Augustine, Florida to explore history from Colonial days to the Gilded Age in first United States city on the ...
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The new UNESCO site in Texas

History, San Antonio, Texas, UNESCO
BlueSkyTraveler.com - San Antonio UNESCO Missions
The USA's newest World Heritage site dedicated in 2015, the San Antonio Missions are a great history lesson in Spanish colonialism and tell the story ...
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Hotel Review: San Antonio’s Hotel Contessa

BlueSkyTraveler.com - San Antonio - Hotel Contessa
San Antonio's Hotel Contessa is the perfect location to enjoy the best of this historic city. Located on the Riverwalk, this hotel offers a luxury ...
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Checking In: Hotel Paradox

BlueSkyTraveler.com - Santa Cruz - Hotel Paradox
Expect the unexpected at the Hotel Paradox in Santa Cruz California. This upscale hotel has all the coolness of the Santa Cruz surf culture with ...
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Santa Cruz – Ocean to the Redwoods

Santa Cruz might be the "best kept secret" on your Northern California Route 1 trip or weekend getaway. -->> http://blueskytraveler.com
Santa Cruz might be the "best kept secret" on your Northern California Route 1 trip or weekend getaway ...
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Santa Cruz Wine Tasting & Passport

California, Santa Cruz, Wine
Wine tasting in Santa Cruz California - Experience a rich history of wine-making in this overlooked wine region in California. See more at BlueSkyTraveler.com
Wine tasting in Santa Cruz California - Experience a rich history of wine-making in this overlooked wine region in California ...
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San Francisco’s North Beach / Little Italy Walking Food Tour

California, Food, San Francisco
San Francisco North Beach / LIttle Italy Waking Food Tour - Looking for the perfect tour for a little history and a LOT of food in San Francisco? Found at Local Tastes of the City Tour through North Beach / Little Italy for an overload of Italian dishes and tasty treats with a North Beach local to give you an authentic experience.
Looking for the perfect tour for a little history and a LOT of food in San Francisco?  Found at Local Tastes of the City Tour ...
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Lavender in Blanco

Nature, Texas
Texas Lavender Fields
An overseas trip to France and a stroll through the Provence lavender fields may not be in the budget, but you can still see fields ...
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Painted Churches of Texas

History, Texas
Painted Church - Schulenburg Texas
The Painted Churches of Texas are a sight to be seen. Go inside a plain white steeple church and you will find a European styled ...
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Daytrippin’ Schulenburg Texas

History, Texas
Schulenburg Texas
Daytripping to Schulenburg Texas will transport you into a rich culture of German and Czech heritage.   Settlers immigrated here in the 1800's and brought ...
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Hope Floats in Smithville, Texas

History, Texas
Smithville, Texas
Today's destination - Smithville Texas. One of the Central Texas railroad towns, it has charmed Hollywood with its turn of the century character of its ...
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Top 10 New Orleans Plantation Tours

Louisiana, New Orleans
River Road Plantations
Along the Mississippi River outside New Orleans, you can still find what remains of the River Road Plantations and a life that passed with the ...
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New Orleans Wednesday at the Square

Louisiana, New Orleans
Wednesday at the Square - New Orleans
There are so many opportunities to listen to music in New Orleans. If you are in town on a Wednesday in the Spring/Summer, make sure ...
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Louisiana Swamp Tour

Louisiana, New Orleans
Honey Island Swamp Tour
A Tuesday on a Swamp Tour outside of New Orleans. What could possible go wrong? I was hoping to see some alligators in the wild ...
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Louis Armstrong Park

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans Louis Congo Square
On the edge of the French Quarter sits Louis Armstrong Park honoring the musical and cultural history of New Orleans ...
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Crossing the Mississippi River to Algiers Point

Louisiana, New Orleans
Algiers Point
Off to Algiers!  Not Africa - the neighborhood across the Mississippi River from the French Quarter in New Orleans called Algiers Point ...
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Congo Festival in New Orleans

Louisiana, New Orleans
Congo Festival in New Orleans
Congo Festival, also called Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival, celebrates the music and dance of the African, Caribbean, and Indian cultures that contributed to ...
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St. Patrick’s Parade in the Irish Channel

Holidays, Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans St. Patrick's Day Parade
New Orleans St. Patrick's Day Parade is just another good reason to Laissez les bons temps rouler (Let the good times roll). They certainly do ...
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New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians

Louisiana, New Orleans
Super Sunday - Mardi Gras Indians Parade
Mardi Gras has ended, but there is still another chance to see the Mardi Gras Indians in their largest celebration of the year on Super ...
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Louisiana’s Oak Alley Plantation

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans Oak Alley Plantation
Today I am off on a quick day-trip about an hour outside of New Orleans. Along River Road lie many 18th century plantations including one ...
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Louisiana’s San Francisco Plantation

Louisiana, New Orleans
San Francisco Plantation
Blue skies signaled a great day to go out to River Road and see some of the plantations. San Francisco Plantation is not your typical ...
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The National World War II Museum

Louisiana, New Orleans
The National World War II Museum
Freedom is not free.  I will always be an avid traveler who loves to experience the world and its wonderful people & cultures. These travels ...
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New Orleans Slang

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans Slang
The New Orleans culture is not only about the food and history, this city has a language of its own with interesting terms and accentuation ...
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New Orleans Cemeteries

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans Cities of the Dead
Beyond beignets, beads, Bourbon street, and mossy oaks, one of the most notorious symbols of New Orleans are the cemeteries. Called the "Cities of the ...
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New Orleans City Park

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans City Park Oaks
With the last sunny day before a week of rain and overcast clouds, I decided to take in the sunshine with a day at City ...
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Top 10 New Orleans Movies

Top 10 Movies about New Orleans
New Orleans, Louisiana is a popular movie location for many Hollywood films earning Louisiana the new reputation as “Hollywood South.”  Filmmakers have used NOLA as ...
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Beignets & Bourbon Street

Louisiana, New Orleans
New Orleans: Jackson Square
Arriving late in New Orleans, I knew there was just one thing on the agenda -  beignets at Cafe du Monde.  This is how all ...
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Baton Rouge’s Old Governor’s Mansion

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Old Governor's Mansion in Baton Rouge Louisiana
A visit to the Old Governor's Mansion in Louisiana will be a trip highlight of your time in Baton Rouge as the docents lead a ...
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Louisiana State Capitol

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Baton Rouge State Capital
Louisiana's towering Capitol building is America's tallest and one of the most impressive. Forever entwined with the political career of Huey Pierce Long, the building ...
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Sights in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
On my road trip East, I decided to take a half-day to explore the capital of Louisiana. Baton Rouge, also known as the City of ...
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Baton Rouge Old State Capitol

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Baton Rouge Old State Capitol
A trip to Baton Rouge should begin at the Old State Capitol for a lesson on Louisiana history and politics.  Nicknamed “Castle of the River”, ...
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Hiking in Tucson at Sabino Canyon

Arizona, Tucson
Tucson - Sabino Canyon
Sabino Canyon is a popular hiking spot in Tucson. Located in the Coronado National Forest, Sabino Canyon has several hikes you can take for beginners ...
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Unique Restaurants and Bars in Tucson

Arizona, Food, Tucson
Top 12 Tucson Restaurants & Bars
Knowing that I grew up in Tucson, Arizona, a friend recently asked me for a list of Tucson Restaurants for their visit. My immediate reaction ...
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Climbing up Tumamoc Hill

Arizona, Tucson
Golden Light across the Tuscon Valley
I have been remiss in not posting some of the amazing Tucson Arizona sunsets as I have been home for the holidays visiting family.  When ...
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A stroll on San Diego’s Shelter Island

California, San Diego
San Diego Skyline
On the annual family holiday trip to California, the family and I decided to take a stopover in San Diego. Just a quick overnight by ...
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Bucket List: Ride in a Bi-plane

BucketList, CapeCod, Massachusetts
Bi-plane in Cape Cod, Massachusetts
READY TO FLY!  On a beautiful summer day in August, I found an advertisement for bi-plane rides in Cape Cod and knew instantly I was ...
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