2 Days In St. Augustine

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St. Augustine Museums

Quaint St. Augustine, the oldest city in America, has a lot going on – historic sites, remarkable architecture, old world charm, gorgeous nature preserves teeming with wildlife, beautiful beaches, diverse restaurant choices, and a booming craft beverage scene. Here’s how to experience it all in 2 days:
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2 Days In Washington DC

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival




Spend the entire day on the East side of the National Mall – from the U.S. Capitol, rising on a hill on the east end, to the Washington Monument, imposing anchor of the west end. Each side of the East Mall is lined with amazing, free, world-renown museums, many part of the Smithsonian complex, the National Botanic Garden, sculpture gardens, and statues. Add to this cluster of American treasures, the White House, just to the north of the Ellipse.
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2 Days In Savannah

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Savannah River Boat Night

How to hit the highlights on a 2-day visit to historic Savannah:
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How to See New Orleans in 2 Days

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Oak Alley Plantation in New Orleans

Two days in New Orleans. There’s so much to see, it begs the question of where to begin? Here’s a plan beginning with a must-have, tasty New Orleans breakfast through the evening live music scene, with some New Orleans history, travel suggestions, and alternative activities thrown in.
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Best Way To Spend 2 Days In Seattle

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Seattle is a city with a unique vibe.  It is beautiful, vibrant, young and trendy.  It’s also edgy and nouveau in a classic sort of way.  A coastal city, spread out between Pacific Ocean bays and spectacular mountain ranges, with clean fresh air and banks of colorful seasonal flowers. It embraces both its environments open, natural spaces and thriving urban landscape with a passion. It’s a city rich in culture filled with museums, theaters, and music.
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Best Weekend Getaways From NYC

Boston Harbor Trusted Tours


The best way to travel the just over 200 miles between NYC and Boston for a weekend getaway is by Amtrak train. It takes less time and has far less hassles than driving or flying.
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Best Weekend Getaways From Naples, Florida

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Naples, with subdued elegance and beautiful beaches is but one of Florida’s diverse vacation destinations.  And, from Naples, it’s easy to experience the diversity of Miami, Orlando, Tampa and Key West on weekend getaways
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Ultimate Guide to the Cherry Blossom Festival

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom Festival

Sunday, March 20th through Sunday, April 17, our nation’s capital takes on a distinct pink hue with its official 2016 Cherry Blossom Festival. Throughout the annual, month-long celebration, Washington DC embraces the beauty of the delicate flowering trees in the spirit of friendship and goodwill in which the trees were gifted by Japan in 1912. Whatever stage of pink – bright pink bud,  full-on pale pink, white dusting of falling pedals – when set against a backdrop of clear blue Washington spring skies and America’s majestic monuments, Washington DC is glorious.

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The Best Way To Spend 2 Days In Boston

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Boston Public Library Trolley Tours

Rich in well-preserved colonial-era historic sites, wonderful world-class museums, interesting attractions, an active harbor front and distinct neighborhoods, Boston is a seamless blend of colonial and contemporary. Here’s a recommended schedule to get the most out of a 2-day trip:

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First Time In Key West Vacation Guide

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Dry Tortugas Beaches

It’s never a dull moment in Key West – it is truly one of a kind. This tiny, 2 x 4 mile sub-tropical island dangling like a charm at the end of the Florida Keys chain is a great escape. Surrounded by crystal clear water, Key West is not a made-up fantasy island just for tourists. It’s a quaint, colorful, quirky historic town, where locals, called Conchs, trace their multi-generational heritage back to the Bahamas and Cuba. Rich history, street after street of quaint, colorful cottages, tangles of tropical foliage leaning in over small lanes, this laid-back island is a place of multiple interesting layers, a magnet to artists, writers, and free spirited thinkers of all kinds.

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