Baltimore’s Inner Harbor – your starting point in Charm City

Baltimore's Inner Harbor Baltimore, Maryland is often called ‘Charm City’ but is also known as the ‘City of Neighborhoods.’  When planning a visit to this thriving port city Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is the ideal neighborhood to start your tour. Once a bustling waterfront, by the mid 20th century the area was suffering the ravages of urban decay due to changes in the shipping trade. However, as…
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An Urban Winery in North Carolina

  I recently visited an Urban Winery in Morrisville, North Carolina.  It was a fascinating and educational visit.  Having toured wineries in California and several other states, I have to say the wine maker at Chatham Hill taught me more about the process than I ever knew.  Here's an article about the winery and if you're ever in the area, it's worth a stop. Enjoy! [caption id="attachment_131" align="alignright"…
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From America to the Emerald Isle

‘How long are ya home for?” This is a question visitors to Ireland often hear. Whether you have Irish roots or simply want to experience the beauty of the Emerald Isle, this country of 100,000 welcomes is a travel destination calling visitors back again and again. Binky Oswalt of Mobile, Alabama and owner of Hidden Ireland Tours fell in love with Ireland and opened her ‘soft adventure’ travel…
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