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Mobile the Beautiful

Mobile the Beautiful

“Your hometown is like a part of your family. Maybe its the crazy, wild aunt who is fun but parties a wee bit too much or it could be that grandparent who may be a little boring but has the coolest stories. There are things about them that you love about each one of them, and a few things that are harder to find as endearing. Well, maybe I’m being presumptuous about your feelings, but I definitely love my hometown.”

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Top 10 Off-Beat Portland Sights

Top 10 Off-Beat Portland Sights

“Portland is an off-beat kinda place, even having long echoed the unofficial city mantra “Keep Portland Weird.” In honor of the city’s “weird” spirit, we present for your consideration Portland’s Top 10 Off-Beat Sights. These are the locations and attractions that are representative of the glorious weirdness that, to me, is part of the essence of this unique city. If you happen to be a bit off-beat yourself, wanna see Portland in all its finest oddity or if you’ve simply already plumbed all the more standard fare, consider checking out these sights for something a bit… different.”

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A Visit to the Portland Art Museum

A Visit to the Portland Art Museum

” Museums are an often over-looked option for tourists, with each major city having a few and that constant availability being less exciting, perhaps, than the obviously unique sights. Nevertheless, there is a wealth of uniqueness here in the invaluable experience and one-of-a-kind pieces you will only get a chance to view here at the PAM. Don’t miss out, because for less than $20 you can be inspired and educated in a way you won’t soon forget.”

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An Evening in Seattle’s International District

An Evening in Seattle’s International District

“However, the I.D. also transcends even the value of its cultural wealth and history. It is also home to a vanishing element of the city, it is one of the few remaining areas that has managed to maintain these things. It seems to maintain a visage still aging gracefully, as the rest of the city’s neighborhoods succumb to innumerable “face lifts” and “makeovers”. The past can still be seen and appreciated here.”

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Cloudcroft & Mexican Canyon Railroad Trestle

Cloudcroft & Mexican Canyon Railroad Trestle

“The town is tiny, with a population of less than 700 as per the last census, but as we’ve mentioned in previous articles, never underestimate the magic of a small town. In fact, in 2002 Cloudcroft was voted by Fodor’s as the number 3 “Most Overlooked and Underrated Destination Spot.” I would gladly concur with Fodor’s on this one, because we truly enjoyed our time here.”

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Top 10 Must-See’s for Dallas, Texas

Top 10 Must-See’s for Dallas, Texas

“Its a unique city, clean, and even a bit austere to look at from the exterior, but filled with the kind of big personalities, flavors and energy that you’d expect from a state whose most well-known catch-phrase is the maximalist “Everything is bigger in Texas.” In honor of Dallas and to highlight just how much there really is to see and do here, I present to you the top 10 must-sees for Dallas!”

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White Sands New Mexico

White Sands New Mexico

“Located in southern New Mexico, White Sands National Park is an exciting and unique tourist spot that presents an interesting look at a geological wonder. Made up of 275 miles of alabaster-white sand dunes, the area was formed from naturally occurring gypsum that has eroded over time to create these sparkling hills.”

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