Stepping Back in Time: Exploring the Captivating Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
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1w ago
Welcome to Miami Welcome to Miami’s top tourist destinations. The enchanting Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a masterpiece of architecture, exquisite art, and breathtaking landscapes. … The post Stepping Back in Time: Exploring the Captivating Vizcaya Museum and Gardens appeared first on The Traveling Aquarian ..read more
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Experience the Charm of Kansas City: Top Attractions, Hotels, and Dining”
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1M ago
A Cultural and Culinary Journey: Exploring Kansas City, MO Nestled in the heart of the Midwest, Kansas City, Missouri, is a vibrant city that boasts … The post Experience the Charm of Kansas City: Top Attractions, Hotels, and Dining” appeared first on The Traveling Aquarian ..read more
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Discover Boston’s Best: From Tea Party Ships to Chinatown & Elite University Merch
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by The Traveling Aquarian
1M ago
Exploring the Riches of Boston, Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, is a city where history and innovation blend seamlessly, offering visitors an enriching and diverse travel experience. … The post Discover Boston’s Best: From Tea Party Ships to Chinatown & Elite University Merch appeared first on The Traveling Aquarian ..read more
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Discover Luna Parc: Journey Through Art and Imagination in NJ
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by The Traveling Aquarian
2M ago
  Unveiling the Magic of Luna Parc: A Whimsical Art Sanctuary in New Jersey Nestled in the serene woodlands of Sandyston Township, New Jersey lies a hidden gem that transcends the ordinary. Luna Parc is the fantastical creation of the visionary artist Richard “Ricky” Boscarino. More than just a home, Luna Parc is an immersive museum where art, whimsy, and imagination reign supreme. This enchanting world is open to the public by reservation, offering a unique journey through a place where every corner holds a story, every room sings with color, and every piece of art sparks wonder. The Hi ..read more
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Kenilworth’s Aerial Yoga Gem
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4M ago
 You Me Trapeze Yoga Hello everyone! Recently, I embarked on a truly unique journey – a visit to You Me Trapeze Yoga in Kenilworth, New Jersey. This wasn’t just a regular yoga session; it was a blend of adventure, physical exercise, and mental relaxation. If you’re intrigued about what trapeze yoga entails and its impact on mind-body health, keep reading! A Unique Blend of Art and Exercise Before diving into my experience, let’s understand trapeze yoga. It’s an innovative form of yoga that combines traditional poses with a circus trapeze, creating an exhilarating yet grounding practice ..read more
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Fun Things To Do in Roxbury NJ
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by The Traveling Aquarian
5M ago
DISCLAIMER: This blog contains affiliate links, meaning I will receive a small commission if you click on one of the product links. This helps support my blog and allows me to continue to make articles like this. Fun Things to Do and Eat in Roxbury Township Photography was and still is a passion of mine. Living here in Roxbury gave me so much material that I started my travel blog, The Traveling Aquarian. I love exploring new places to visit that are budget-friendly or free. I have been to all the cool places listed here and wanted to share fun things to do and eat in Roxbury Township. &nb ..read more
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The Stonehenge of Pennsylvania Columcille Megalith Park
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7M ago
Who Built Stonehenge There has always been a mystery surrounding the architecture of Stonehenge. The questions always come up about who built these megalith structures. How did the stones get moved? Where did the stones come from?  Stonehenge is located in Wilshire, England. Each stone weighs about 25 tons. Archeologists date the stones being built from 3000 BC to 2000 BC. Stonehenge once had 80 sarsens erected in square-shaped archways encircling its bluestones, but only 52 remain.  Some scientists believe Stonehenge’s builders used a roller or dragged the heavy sarsens on a slipp ..read more
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Delicious Eats and Scenic Views: A Look into Stone Water 3 Peaks Marina Restaurant on Lake Hopatcong
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by The Traveling Aquarian
10M ago
“This post includes affiliate links. When you make a purchase using these links, I receive a commission. Your support is appreciated. Thank you.”   Stone Water at 3 Peaks Marina Hello, food lovers and travel enthusiasts! I’m thrilled to bring you along on our latest gastronomical adventure. Today, we’re exploring a dazzling diamond tucked away in Lake Hopatcong, NJ – the remarkable Stone Water at 3 Peaks Marina! A Warm Welcome to Remember Picture this: You’ve barely stepped through the door, and you’re greeted with a broad, heartfelt smile by the host, her words bubbling over with enthu ..read more
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The Army Village of Fort Hancock and Sandy Hook Lighthouse
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by The Traveling Aquarian
11M ago
“This post includes affiliate links. When you make a purchase using these links, I receive a commission. Your support is appreciated. Thank you.” A Trip to Sandy Hook In 2021, we embarked on our first road trip to the Jersey Shore, despite living more than an hour away from the nearest New Jersey beach. The motivation for this journey was a combined feeling of restlessness from being cooped up at home and our desire to embark on a scenic drive. One of my personal goals has been to visit a few lighthouses, and pictures of Fort Hancock frequently popping up on my Instagram feed added to this d ..read more
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Best Lighthouses in New Jersey to Visit
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by The Traveling Aquarian
11M ago
Barnegat Lighthouse State Park     We enjoyed a drive to the Barnegat Lighthouse. You can find it at 208 Broadway, Barnegat Light, NJ 08006. I’ve wanted to take photos of it for ages. Normally, it’s a little more than a 2-hour drive. But, on a lovely Saturday, when I put the address in my GPS, it said it would be a 3-hour journey. I didn’t let the extra traffic stop me. It was an exciting day. I decided to take my 7-year-old daughter with me for the journey. She had been my partner in all my summer adventures. My suggestion to anyone embarking on a similar trip would be to pack s ..read more
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