Once Upon a Time Vacations

Castles, Once Upon a Time, Romance, unforgettable gift ideas, pop the question, England, Scotland, Paris, Portugal, London, Ireland, royal experience

  Once Upon a Time Vacations by Amy Lignor   Whether you are a lover of history or you simply have the “Beauty & the Beast” obsession – which, according to movie revenue data, millions all over the world are suffering from – just think how amazing it would be to stay in an actual […]

It’s Time to Travel to These Wonders of the World that May Soon Disappear

jungles, rainforests, Alaska, Tuvalu, Antarctica, Venice, Italy, Disneyworld, Glacier National Park

  It’s Time to Travel to These Wonders of the World that May Soon Disappear by Amy Lignor   When it comes to travel, there are many locations you and your family should take the chance to see. However, there are also a few that should be seen now, before they become listed among the […]

Traveling to the “Stars”

Astronomy, night sky, Joshua Tree National Park, Cherry Springs State Park, Big Bend National Park, Badlands, White Tank Mountain Regional Park, myriad of colors, brilliant skies

  Traveling to the “Stars” by Amy Lignor   Astronomy can be daunting if you’re just starting out. After all, there’s a whole universe out there to see. The best way to begin, however, is not by investing in those expensive telescopes. Instead, simply travel to the most amazing areas in all of America and […]

Hidden Adventures for the Budget Conscious

Katmai National Park, take a break, Grand Teton National Park, Carlsbad Caverns State Park, Big Bend National Park, Death Valley, Smoky Mountain National Park

  Hidden Adventures for the Budget Conscious by Amy Lignor   It is a fact: There is never any money for travel. We all have those bills that just keep coming. In fact, there are some months it seems like they are coming even faster than the month before. But everyone – every person, every […]

Travel: Leaving the Commonplace Behind

travel to the fascinating, not just for Halloween, Shanghai Tunnels, Old Town Tatu, Clinton Road, beauty and culture, spice it up

  Travel: Leaving the Commonplace Behind By Amy Lignor   What is the definition of a vacation? Well, there are those living in the snow who believe their vacation should come along with the warmest beach and a few fancy drinks with little umbrellas in them so they can relax before heading back to the […]

Vacations…Underground

bootlegging industry, caves, Bunker Palace, NORAD, summer vacation ideas, Seattle Underground, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Underground Great Wall

  Vacations…Underground by Amy Lignor   There are millions of spots to visit and sites to see around the world when it comes to vacation time; however, there are also those you can’t necessarily “see.” In this world of digital technology and highly imaginative architecture that creates buildings that are higher and more “glitzy” than […]

Architecture in America That Would Make Frank Lloyd Wright Proud

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  Architecture in America That Would Make Frank Lloyd Wright Proud by Amy Lignor There is a brand new headline when it comes to an innovative new building; a building that the creator hopes to construct in America. It is a design that looks stunning on paper, however, it is also a design that is […]

Where to Vacation? Go Big or Stay Home!

create memories, gateway to the world, Germany, backpacking, go BIG, the place to be, Ecuador, Morocco, India

  Where to Vacation? Go Big or Stay Home! by Amy Lignor We speak about luxury vacations, budget vacations, vacations that are fun for the kids, and many more areas of travel at this time of year. But there is also a category that many do not touch upon because they “assume” it is far […]

New Museums & Exhibits Boost Travel in 2017

amazing exhibits, expos, largest museum, Disney, Museum of the American Revolution, sneak peek, Victoria & Albert Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art, the forbidden forest, Harry Potter

  New Museums & Exhibits Boost Travel in 2017 by Amy Lignor   It is true that after a while the “same-old, same-old” gets, well…more than old. Finding a place to visit that is new, fresh and filled with fun for the family can grow into one heck of a research project. But some old […]

“The Purple Isle” is Calling!

Islamorada, Florida, paradise on earth, Art Walk, Long Key State Park, Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park, ICE Amphitheater, History of Diving Museum

  “The Purple Isle” is Calling! Welcome to Islamorada, Florida by Amy Lignor   When a vacationer dreams of visiting that perfect location with stunning sunsets, amazing food, and deep blue waters decorated with the most extraordinary coral reefs on this planet, it is a fact that they run to their cell phones and computers […]