I remember summer vacations when I was a kid, driving cross-country in the station wagon. Then my parents bought a pull-along trailer to save money on motels and we experienced life in the campgrounds. My and my sister’s favorite was called Cata Cove and had endlessly tall trees and a thick carpet of soft pine needles.
Do you like thrilling edge of your seat rides? Can you stomach a 400 ft drop? Here is a list of some of the biggest and baddest Roller Coaster from across the country. The line starts HERE!
Cape Town, South Africa, is a town of great beauty and great history. Perhaps it is best known being home to meany of the anti-apartheid movement as well as where Nelson Mandela made his first speech in public following his release from prison. Cape Town is also the most popular tourist destination in South Africa.
Here in Kansas we seem to finally be rounding that corner into summer. For me this brings to mind memories of camping, fishing, and lazy afternoons relaxing and reading a good book. For those of you looking for Kansas camping sites and fishing holes, you’ve come to the right place. The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism [...]
Share your summer travels with your pet by snapping a photo.
If you like to travel for the adventure of it or just enjoy visiting different places, “The Globetrotter Diaries” by Michael Clinton may be just your cup of ouzo. This book is packed with anecdotes as well as travel tips for the consummate traveling experience.
Blues, Berries, Breakers and The Duke!
From comic books shows to chili cook-offs, fun fairs and festivals are held all across America. Whatever your interest, I’m sure someone, somewhere is celebrating it.
The city of Madrid is the capitol of Spain and is known for its beauty and history. As the largest city in Spain, it has a population of approximately 3.3 million people.
10 ways to kick-start your long-awaited outdoor experience.
Often times our wish to travel around the globe is restricted by our finances, lack of time or family obligations. Even though you may not be able to physically visit far away places, you can experience cultural diversity at the library Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Join us for El Dia de los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros (Children’s [...]
Whenever I come across the words “walking tour” I always think of the poet William Wordsworth. I see him wandering his beloved Lake District, lonely as a cloud, coming upon a field of daffodils. Actually, the walking tour is alive and well in this century and can take several forms.