Five fabulous historic places for you to discover on the road less traveled

  Sometimes the best attractions are the ones you hadn't anticipated finding. For example the time my friend Elaine and I vacationed in Vermont. We were exploring the grounds of Old First Church in Bennington when we happened upon a small white sign with an arrow. The sign simply stated, “Robert Frost grave.” Without a word we glanced at each other and followed the sign. Robert Frost is…
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A ghostly adventure in Roswell, Georgia

  I'm a big fan of ghost tours mainly because I learn so much history about an area.  My husband and son went ghost hunting with me in Roswell, GA.   If you're ever in the Atlanta area it's a lot of fun and not too scary for the young ones. Enjoy! Roswell Ghost Tour in Roswell, Georgia Do you believe in ghosts?  You…
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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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