Archive: May 2015

10 Things to Do under $10 by the Port of Seattle

What comes to mind when you think of Seattle? Probably that’s it the birthplace of grunge, Starbucks coffee and the Space Needle. It’s a city that is located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States in the state of Washington. It rains at least half the year and though some might see this as…

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Experience True Southern Charm at These 5 Hotels near the Charleston Cruise Port

Charleston, the second biggest city in South Carolina, has been enchanting visitors for centuries with its Colonial architecture, regal gardens and low hanging Oak trees. The city is a real Southern gem, deemed by Travel + Leisure magazine as “America’s Most Friendly City” in 2011. If you want a taste of real Southern hospitality and…

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5 Ways to Spend the Day in Quebec City

If you want to experience a bit of France but can’t make the transatlantic trip to Europe, go to Quebec City, Canada’s only province with a predominately French-speaking population. Quebec City is located on the East coast of Canada about 6 hours north of upstate New York and is bordered by Ontario and the Gulf…

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Top 5 Attractions near the Long Beach Cruise Terminal You Need to Visit

Whether you’re a local to Southern California or a first time visitor, there’s always something to do that will keep you busy in the land of surf and sunshine. As California’s seventh biggest city, Long Beach draws in tourists with its perfect weather, diverse culture, coastal cuisine and (of course) entertaining attractions. Below are the…

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Tampa Attractions You Don’t Want to Miss

Tampa is a city located on the west coast of central Florida that offers beautiful natural attractions, exciting theme parks and lively nightlife. It’s situated on an inlet that extends into Tampa Bay and it’s dotted with high rises and a historic district. It’s perfect for a relaxing day at one of Tampa Bay’s most…

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