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Ultimate Guide to Boston’s North End
At only 10.4 feet wide, the Skinny House is the narrowest home in Boston. Nonetheless, it recently sold in September 2021 for $1.25 million. People actually live here! It is located across the street from Copp's Hill Burying Ground. Learn more about this, Boston's...
Crystal River Manatee Tours – Kayak and Paddleboard
One of the most popular reasons to visit Florida in the winter is to enjoy some of that famous sunshine and warm weather. A great way to get outdoors and see one of Florida’s most famous residents, the manatee, is with a manatee kayak or stand-up paddleboard tour....
Provincetown Dune Shack Trail – Visitor’s Guide
Many travelers to Cape Cod, no matter in which town they choose to stay, will decide to take a day trip to Provincetown, located at the tip of the Cape. There are 15 towns on Cape Cod, and Provincetown is different from the rest in almost every regard. Perhaps most...
Shades of Green at Walt Disney World – First Timer’s Guide
Originally posted on November 28, 2020 and updated on January 6, 2022.Military service members and retirees will want to consider staying at Shades of Green during their next family vacation to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. For many families, a trip to the...
What To Do on Martha’s Vineyard
Whether you are staying in the island for a week or just visiting for the day during a Cape Cod vacation, Martha’s Vineyard offers some great attractions and sights to see. Oak Bluffs, the island’s most visited town, is great for seeing the famous gingerbread...
Top Things to Do in Boston that Are Not the Freedom Trail
Anyone coming to New England to visit family, friends, attend a conference, or simply get away for a few days would do well to visit Boston. It’s a city that is rich in history as well as offering plenty of things to do, places to eat, and sports to watch. Of course,...
Cape Cod Lighthouses – The Complete Guide
Lighthouses on Cape Cod have a storied history of guiding mariners across the cape’s jagged coastline and into safe harbor. From the days of the earliest explorers and colonial settlers, ships have wrecked along the hidden sandbars from Chatham to Provincetown at regular frequency. Along with the several manned lifesaving stations along the beaches, the lighthouses served to keep sailors alive, letting ship captains know their whereabouts as they traversed the perilous coastline prior to opening of the Cape Cod Canal in 1914.
Traveling to Ireland with Stephanie Chastain
Episode 3 Traveling to Ireland with Stephanie Chastain, Travel Coach - Infinite IrelandIf you have ever thought about traveling to Ireland, then you are going to like this episode. My guest today is Stephanie Chastain, who tells us all about the Emerald Isle, what to...
Southern Resident Killer Whales with Lynne Barre
Episode 2 Southern Resident Killer Whales with Lynne Barre, Branch Chief - Protected Resources Division, NOAATake a virtual journey to the Pacific northwest, where one family of orcas is struggling for survival. Habitat destruction, vessel traffic, and food scarcity...