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A Spring Tradition Over 90 Years in the Making

St. Joseph, Missouri, was established by Joseph Robidoux in 1826 as one of the first fir trading outposts in the region. Since then, the city has become one of the state's top destinations for outdoor activities, large scale festivals, and historic attractions. Without...
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Galt Strawberry Festival: Northern California's Sweetest Spring Event

Galt’s exception local events, Mediterranean climate, and location halfway between Sacramento and Stockton make it the perfect destination when planning a Northern California getaway. The city is ideal for outdoor adventures with the Cosumnes River Preserve and Brannan...
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A Gathering of Tacos and Music on Beautiful San Diego Bay

With moderate year-round temperatures, miles of beaches, and world class attractions like Legoland and Balboa Park, San Diego is one of the top travel destinations on the West Coast. The city is a haven for food lovers with cutting-edge restaurants like El Chingon and...
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America’s Largest Outdoor Sports and Music Festival

Richmond, Virginia, attracts travelers from around the world with its unique blend of outdoor activities, fine art, and historic sites. The River City is also a hotbed for trends, and visitors will encounter rapidly growing culinary and brewing scenes. Whether you're...
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Nashville Boogie: A Trip Back to Mid-20th Century America

With a seemingly endless selection of live entertainment options and accommodation choices, Nashville, Tennessee, is a destination with something to offer everyone. The Music City is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with the Warner Parks and Radnor Lake State Natural Area in...
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MV Wine Fest: The Vineyard’s Leading Wine Exhibition

Martha’s Vineyard is the ultimate New England destination, offering travelers pristine beaches, unique shops, wilderness refuges, historic sites, and more. The island’s main port, Vineyard Haven, features a Victorian-style boardwalk complete with boutiques and diners,...
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A Waterfront Showcase of Baltimore’s Best Food and Drink

Baltimore rose to prominence as a regional trading and shipping hub during the late 18th Century. Today, the city’s notoriety comes from being one of the top destinations on the East Coast thanks to world-class museums, colonial architecture, trendy shops, and a cutting...
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Don’t Miss the Longest Running Civic Event in Las Vegas

Las Vegas might initially overwhelm the senses with its surreal skyline and over the top attractions, but beyond the bright lights, the city offers something for everyone. Travelers will have no trouble finding a variety of things to do whether it's seeing neon signs from...
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Keels & Wheels: The Top U.S. Classic Car & Vintage Boat Celebration

Warm weather, close proximity to Greater Houston, and a variety of activities on the water make Seabrook the perfect spot to launch a memorable Galveston Bay Area getaway. The city is home to the third largest boating center in the United States, giving visitors ample...
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An International Festival for Everyone in the Birthplace of Blues

Memphis, Tennessee, was named after an ancient city that served as Egypt's capital and trading hub during its Old Kingdom. The city is considered one of the most culturally influential locations in American history as the site where the Civil Rights Movement gained momentum...
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A Unique Art Experience in The Holy City

Charleston’s historic districts, antebellum architecture, and cobblestone streets have made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the South, attracting more than 5.15 million people in 2015. Travelers to this South Carolina destination will have no trouble...
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The Next Evolution of the Crawfish Festival in New Braunfels

With world class attractions like Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort, ample examples of living history, and a variety of outdoor activities, New Braunfels is a must-visit destination in the heart of Texas's Hill Country. German immigrants founded the city in 1845, and today, the...
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A Food and Wine Experience More than 20 Years in the Making

Fort Lauderdale features white sand beaches stretching out over 23 miles, a tropical climate, and breathtaking natural vistas, all of which have attracted travelers since the 1940’s. The city is commonly referred to as the “Venice of America” thanks to numerous canals...
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Ringing in the Spring Season at the North Carolina Pickle Festival

Mount Olive’s historic attractions, unique shops, and proximity to outdoor activities make it the perfect spot for a peaceful North Carolina vacation. The city’s downtown area is a great destination for history buffs, and includes four locations listed on the National...
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A Down Home Oyster Roast and Music Bash

Jacksonville is the largest city by area in the lower 48 states (841 square miles), and the city has filled all of that space with plenty of attractions and activities sure to make your next Florida vacation unforgettable. The River City by the Sea features well-preserved...
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