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Airport Parking Reservations Made Easy

by Lexa Pennington / Feb 28, 2012 /
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One of the hassles of flying is the parking. But what if you had a solution that made finding safe parking easier? That made parking cheaper? That offered options (and customer reviews) on different long-term parking lots? If you’re like me, you’ll jump on it. No more worries while you’re away – or stress on finding a good place to park in time to make your flight (and saving a chunk of your budget for it). Let's go!

Unusual Attractions in Florida

by Lexa Pennington / Feb 23, 2012 /
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Amazing Ruin Bars in Budapest

by Lexa Pennington / Jan 31, 2012 /
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Budapest is Hungary's capital and the country's largest existing city with over one million inhabitants. Due to its geographical location, Budapest has temperate weather attracting tourists from all over the world to experience this historical & architecturally rich city.

 

Discovering Travel Indochina

by Lexa Pennington / Jan 13, 2012 /
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Students: Help Kids in Need

by Lexa Pennington / Jan 11, 2012 /
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Rhyme & Reason has announced a t-shirt design competition to benefit the
Kids In Need Foundation. The competition is for students in grades 6-12

Harold and the Purple Crayon Lands in Minneapolis

by Lexa Pennington / Jan 10, 2012 /
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6 of the World's Most Unique Airports

by Lexa Pennington / Nov 22, 2011 /
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If you have ever wondered where some of the most unique airports in the world are, here are six that certainly fit the bill!



1. Barra, Outer Hebrides

Barra airport, located one the Island of Barra, one of the most southerly inhabited islands in the Outer Hebrides, is one of the last remaining airports in the world where flights actually land on a beach. The island itself is just five miles wide, eight miles long, and has one main road that travels all the way around it. Everything about this island is small, compact but perfectly formed.

Park City, Utah: More Than A Ski Resort

by Lexa Pennington / Nov 17, 2011 /
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Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around The World on display

by Lexa Pennington / Nov 13, 2011 /
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Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, one of the nation’s most significant sculpture and botanic experiences, is proud to host the 17th annual “Christmas and Holiday Traditions Around the World” exhibition on display November through January. The exhibition highlights more than 40 international holiday trees and displays. 

Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead…

by Lexa Pennington / Nov 08, 2011 /
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