Best Place to Propose in Venice


Ready to pop the big question? Congrats! Because asking your loved one to marry you is a truly exciting time in your life, you’re going to want to make sure the place you choose to propose is one that will create the romantic memories that will last a lifetime. Because Venice is one of the most romantic cities on the planet, which also offers couples a wide variety of fun and interesting things to do, traveling to Venice to pop the big question is one of the most romantic things someone can do for their significant other.

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Island of Ishigaki in Japan (Beaches and Foodies)


Why visit Japan? There are so many reasons! The unique Japanese culture, the historical landmarks, the famous Buddhist Temples, Mount Fuji, and traditional Japanese cuisine are all just a few of the many reasons why Japan should be on every traveler’s bucket list.

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America’s Most Visited Winery, the Biltmore Winery in Ashville, NC


While winery destinations are quite popular amongst wine lovers, the Biltmore Winery is a place where visitors get to feel like they are royalty. The winery is part of the Biltmore Estate, which was built in 1895 and covers more than 8000 acres. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina, it is currently the largest privately-owned mansion in the United States. Because the estate is so large it is recommended that visitors spend at least one full day here in order to enjoy all of the many benefits that this beautiful wine estate has to offer.

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Pedal Along the Railroad Tracks through the Adirondacks


Railbike adventures, aka railbike tours aka railbiking, are getting more and more popular with each and every passing day! The chance to ride the railroad tracks through the Adirondack Mountains that run along the Hudson River is now available, which offers adventure seekers the chance to see parts of the Adirondacks that simply can’t be seen any other way. This truly memorable railbiking adventure is one that all adventure seekers will surely appreciate, with many planning on returning year after year.

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Downhill Bicycle Ride Mt. Haleakala Volcano, Maui, with Sunrise Viewing


Are you an adventure traveler? Do you love participating in crazy outdoor adventures? If you’re ready for an experience of a lifetime, your next great adventure-based getaway just may include biking down a volcano. What?! Yes, it’s true. Adventure travel is getting more popular these days as more and more people are looking to experience a thrill or two (or a hundred!) in their lifetime. And bicycling down a dormant volcano definitely fits the definition when it comes to a thrilling adventure, right? Right!

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Cruising the Columbia and Snake Rivers


If you’re looking to take a trip through history or just to view some beautiful sights, then consider taking a river cruise through the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

It makes a great family trip too. Children begin learning about the adventures of Lewis and Clark as early as elementary school. Their journey throughout the West with Sacagawea is an epic tale that both history buffs and fans of the movie Night at the Museum can appreciate.

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Mermaid Show at Weeki Wachee Spring

Mermaids have been a roadside attraction in Spring Hill, Florida since 1947 – yes, mermaids. At Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, you can watch the famous Hans Christian Anderson’s story of “The Little Mermaid” come to life.

Not only will you hear the tale of the mermaid who makes a deal with a sea witch to have legs like the prince she loves, only to have given away her beautiful voice.  The mermaids perform underwater acts, including eating and drinking underwater.

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Hiking Zion National Park solo

Located near Springdale, Utah, Zion National Park is 229-square miles of stunning views, unusual plant and animal life and mountains, canyons, rivers and arches to explore. In other words, it’s a hiker’s dream.

The beautiful dramatic landscapes of Zion National Park have even been documented in great artworks around the world, from such artists as Frederick S. Dellenbaugh and Howard Russell Butler, whose works you can see at the Park’s museum after your hike where you will enjoy the Park’s wonder and beauty first-hand.

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