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Travel to New Orleans

New Orleans aka NOLA is not your ordinary American city. It’s just, well.. New Orleans. Between the French quarter, Mardi Gras, voodoo talk, crawdaddy’s, and jazz music, there is a… 885 more words

The Newer Haunting of the Oldest Bookstore

The oldest bookstore in America, the Moravian Book Shop in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has been continuously running for over 270 years. There are some solid arguments that it’s actually the longest running bookstore in all of the world (Sullivan, 2016). 1,007 more words


SNAPSHOT: Savannah, GA

I first visited the charming city of Savannah with my group of Girl Scouts. Our main purpose was to visit the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder and first president of the Girl Guides, which would become… 273 more words

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Families Love Eureka Springs for Fall Getaways

November is Eureka Springs is full of family frriendly activities and things to do. Here are a few ideas to make the most of your Fall Eureka Springs vacation. 292 more words

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Things That Go Bump In The Night

And just like that, it’s November..

The month of October basically flew by and now it’s time to pack away the Halloween decorations for another year, which is too bad because other than Christmas Halloween has to be my favorite holiday. 338 more words

Haunted Ghost Tours - Why You Should Go!

Haunted ghost tours have sprung up all over the country.

You may have seen haunted ghost tours in your town or when on vacation. My first tour was in Richmond, Virginia. 711 more words


Walking With the Ghosts at an old Sydney Church

Celebrating the month of all things spooky and Halloween, we went on a ghost tour at one of Sydney’s oldest churches.

St Bartholomew’s Church was the first church to open in the western Sydney suburb of Prospect in 1841, thanks to the early explorer William Lawson who pushed the local council at the time, to have it built. 509 more words