Louisville is the perfect destination to start/end your Bourbon Country adventure. Nowhere else in America will you find 7 of the best stocked & most celebrated whiskey bars in the world on the city’s Urban Bourbon Trail.
In Central Florida, you can enjoy nature and a variety of attractions in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. There is lots to see and do, but in a more relaxed ambience than many others regions in the Sunshine state.
Chattanooga is a top family destination with lots of activities for children including rides on historical trains; the Tennessee Aquarium, Tenessee Valley Railroad, Creative Discovery Museum, International Tow Truck Museum, Lookout Mountain and Rock
Japan is a mix of east and west. Modern conveniences exist side by side with teahouses. Shrines and temples exist throughout the country and the bullet trains make traveling easy from one part of the country to another.
Labeled by whale experts as being "the best land based whale watching spot in the world", the town of Hermanus in South Africa is host to Southern Right Whales each year from July to November.
Cruising downtstream on the Yangtze River, the third largest river in the world and going through the ship locks is not to be missed when visiting China. See the spectacular scenery along the river and don't forget to taste the Peking Duck!
Sanibel Island has white powdery, beaches, lots of seashells, beautiful natural wildlife and foliage. It is a perfect island of tranquility. By Phyllis and Arvin Steinberg
The Dominican Republic is a country with a lot of history.The capital city of Santo Domingo has been called the cultural heritage of the new world. The country also has beautiful beaches with inexpensive all-inclusive resorts.
The aroma of fresh spices, the beauty of mountains and blue green waters plus ideal temperatures make Grenada a great place to visit and seek out new dive spots. The cuisine is excellent as many locally grown spices flavor the dishes.
Designated by the U.S. Department of the Interior as a National Recreation Trail in 1987, the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park is one of the skinniest and longest parks in Virginia (100-feet wide, 45-miles long).
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