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 Enjoy Yellowstone and avoid the crowds

Yellowstone National Park: Enjoy the park while avoiding the crowds by Bob Painter

Old Faithful is fun to watch, but just a short walk away the Castle Geyser puts on a much more interesting display.

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10 Favorites Only Locals Know in Albuquerque by Neala McCarten

Bugs Bunny and Breaking Bad donít really capture the essence of this largest city in New Mexico. Albuquerque offers art, culture, history, and places of great surprise, if you know where to look beyond the usual tourist haunts. Read more about the history and places of Sarajevo at

Yesterday and Today in Sarajevo by Julian Worker

I was in Sarajevo to find the place the First World War started. It was not easy to find, but evidence of more recent atrocities were. Memories are long in The Balkans, contrasts and contradictions are all around. History is always in your face, reminding you nothing stays the same for long in this most fascinating corner of Europe with Sarajevo at its centre.
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Cowboys in Paradise by Lita McCoy

Cowboys in Paradise? Absolutely. The Aloha Islands have a thriving cowboy culture and that means rodeos, but be prepared for a unique experience. As with everything else here the local rodeo offers both a traditional rodeo and a switch up of events with ingenuous twists.

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Nine Places for Food, Drink, and Chocolate in Chattanooga, Tennessee by Neala McCarten

Chattanooga, or Chatt as the residents fondly call their city, is young, filled with restaurants, pubs and bars. One of the pleasures of a visit is to eat and drink your way through the city.

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Drink the wine, stomp the grapes, listen to the music all at Grapevine Texas Grapefest 2016

Grapevine Texas GrapeFest, the Largest Wine Festival in the Southwest U.S. Runs September 15, 16, 17 and 18, 2016

GrapeFest is the largest wine festival in the Southwest and offers four days of family-friendly festival fun for all ages. Read more about cowboy country in the USA southwest at

A Modern Day Cowboy Trip Across the Southwest USA

It's always a good time to take to the road and experience a unique and diverse part of the U.S. The Southwest landscape from Texas through New Mexico, and Arizona, to Southern California. Enjoy these key stops starting in Fort Worth, Texas on I-20, and finishing in Goleta California on I-10. Read more about the great diving in the Caribbean at

Three Great Places to Dive in the Caribbean: Trinidad and Tobago, Monserrat and Costa Rica

Trinidad and Tobago, Monserrat and Costa Rica are perfect for divers and non-divers alike. All three tropical destinations offer travelers unique aquatic adventures in a laid back atmosphere. Here's some of the great places to dive and explore. Read more about the new Dali17 exhibition at

New Permanent Salvador Dali Exhibition Opens in Museum of Monterey California

The The Museum of Monterey is about to go Surreal -- transmogrified into Dali17. The collection features hundreds of works by Spanish surrealist Dali including 230 original pieces. More than 570 works including original etchings, mixed media, lithographs, and rare sculptures from the private collection of entrepreneur and art collector Dmitry Piterman will be showcased. Dali17 is the second largest collection of Dali's work in the United States. Read more about Salvador Dali exhibit in Beverly Hills at

Beverly Hills Unveils Dali Exhibit At Two Rodeo Drive

Twelve Iconic Salvador Dali Sculptures to Be on Display at Two Rodeo Drive. This is the first and largest outdoor showcase of Dali's sculptures of this kind in the United States.

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June 10, 2016