Tag Archives: History

Cumberland Island National Park

Visiting Cumberland Island National Park Visiting this eighteen mile long, three mile wide barrier island off the coast of Georgia is something you MUST plan in advance. The only way to access the island is by private boat or by  Ferry … Continue reading

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All Day Tours Are Not Created Equally- Beware

Malcolm and I recently relied on the advice of a hotel concierge in Lisbon for the best way to visit Sintra and Cascais. Both destinations are not far from the city and can be visited in one day. The two … Continue reading

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One Day In Ghent

Almost anyone traveling in Belgium has visited Bruges, which is undeniably one of the most romantic cities in the world, but Ghent is worth your time as well. Dating back to the 1100’s, this city’s Gothic architecture, medieval neighborhoods and … Continue reading

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Florida – The Space Coast

Titusville, Florida is home to the Kennedy Space Center. Every manned space mission since the very first one in May of 1961 was launched from this sight. It is best known for its Apollo and Shuttle missions, and it serves as … Continue reading

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Florida – The First Coast

Our mission this summer is to re-discover Florida and learn how it got its coastal names. Florida has ten distinctive coasts which have names that reflect their individual histories and personalities. In this post, we will talk about where it … Continue reading

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