Canopy Portland Waterfront: The Greatest Hotel in America
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by JonPharr
5M ago
As a person who spends what feels like half his life in hotels, I can assure you that the Canopy Hotel Waterfront in Portland, Maine, is more than just a place to rest your head; it’s a retreat, an experience, and a breath of fresh coastal air. Having recently spent three unforgettable nights at this impeccable establishment, I can confidently say that the Canopy Hotel Waterfront is not just a hotel; it’s a haven for those seeking a luxurious yet authentic Maine experience. From the exquisite rooms to the exceptional staff, the mesmerizing rooftop bar, and the delectable breakfast at the Salt ..read more
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Visit Owatonna
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Steele County Free Fair Whatever it is that brings you to Owatonna the first time, you’ll find many reasons to return and experience Owatonna again from another perspective. The friendly small-town atmosphere gives you a relaxed and at-home feel, with no lack of amenities or experiences. Depending on the time of year you find yourself in Owatonna, you may experience the hustle and bustle of the Steele County Free Fair, or the relaxed and colorful scenery of a bike ride through the numerous parks connected to the 17+ mile trail system. The history & architecture in Owatonna is a must-see no ..read more
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Sit, Sip, Taste and Enjoy in Manistee County, Michigan
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by Administrator
5M ago
Blue Fish Kitchen and Bar Summertime. The days are longer, the sun shines brighter, Lake Michigan is calling and Manistee County, Michigan, welcomes you to the perfect destination for a getaway. Begin your exploration of Pure Michigan with a taste of Manistee. Set along Lake Michigan in the northwest part of the state, Manistee County has 25 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and beaches, three Lake Michigan harbors, inland lakes, 270 miles of rivers and a world-class casino. Charming, historic towns and tours, fertile farms and lush orchards make a lovely place to sip bourbons, wines, ciders an ..read more
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Visit Hagerstown – Washington County, Maryland
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Antietam Battle Field – Photo by Megan Curry Located in the crossroads of the Civil War, Hagerstown & Washington County, MD is known for its rich history with South Mountain State Battlefield, Antietam National Battlefield. And there’s a diverse cultural scene. Hagerstown’s Arts & Entertainment District is home to the Maryland Theatre and Performing Arts Complex, offering year-round shows, concerts and events. The Maryland Symphony Orchestra makes its home at the theatre. Our Museum of Fine Arts, boasts an outstanding permanent collection with an active schedule of exhibitions. The urb ..read more
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Find Your Play in Frisco, Texas
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Rail District Just 25 minutes north of Dallas, Frisco is the go-to place for fun in the DFW Metroplex. Recently ranked the safest city in the nation, again, by Smartasset, Frisco boasts an environment full of attractions for families, sports lovers, business goers, and the everyday visitor. With a boundless calendar of events, more than 400 restaurants, and award-winning resorts and hotels, it’s easy to see why Frisco is known as The City That Plays. Home to several professional sports organizations, including the Dallas Cowboys, FC Dallas, Dallas Stars, Frisco RoughRiders, as well as PGA of A ..read more
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Tawas Bay ~ Lake Huron
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Discover Tawas Bay, from the turquoise blue waters of Lake Huron to the lovely Au Sable River, you’ll see picturesque scenery everywhere you look. Situated in Northeast Michigan, and referred to as the “Cape Cod of the Midwest”! If you are looking for a new place to enjoy beauty, hospitality and PURE Michigan fun, look no further than the beautiful Tawas Bay area. Start your day with a spectacular sunrise and finish with an evening bonfire or a little stargazing in the dark northern Michigan sky. This bustling summer community is home to enjoy popular festivals, beautiful sandy beaches, a pro ..read more
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Looking to Escape? Silver City is the Perfect Anecdote to our Busy Often Stressful Lives
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Silver City is adjacent to the Gila Wilderness, 3.3 million acres to explore and the first designated wilderness area in the United States. If you love to hike, fish, camp, bird watch, sit on a rock and watch the skies, this is your place. And closer to town there are great hikes and mountain biking, on the Continental Divide Trail and the Boston Hill trail system. It’s the perfect weekend getaway for social distancing while reconnecting with nature. History abounds in the region. The Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument is a must-see to learn about homes and lives of the people of the Mogo ..read more
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Park Rapids – The Source of Memories
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Northern Lights – By Max Bailey Nestled in the heart of Minnesota lake country, the Park Rapids Lakes Area serves as a source of peace, inspiration, and adventure. Hundreds of pristine lakes, winding rivers, miles of paved and off-road trails, and the headwaters of the Mississippi River provide the ideal opportunity to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The community’s charming small-town hospitality is surpassed only by its endless opportunities to experience nature. Be forewarned, the laidback spirit of lake life is known for capturing hearts and minds and frequently tur ..read more
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NEBRASKA CITY’S NEWEST FESTIVAL: TREESTOCK!
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
As one of the oldest communities in Nebraska, Nebraska City is rooted in history and tradition. Nestled along the banks of the Missouri River, this town of 7,000 has received international fame as the Home of Arbor Day. It has also been recognized nationally as a top-ten event site for its annual Apple Jack Festival, held each fall to celebrate the apple harvest. In recent years, the Nebraska City Tourism & Commerce office and several volunteer organizations have joined together to create a third festival centered around the 4th of July. Named the TREESTOCK INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION, t ..read more
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Moab, Utah: An Epic Destination in Any Season
Food and Travel Magazine » Solo Travel
by Administrator
5M ago
Moab, Utah, usually conjures images of warm, sunny days spent among awe-inspiring landscapes of unique red rock. While summer is the most popular time to visit, the city and surrounding desert are brimming with exciting activities year-round. New adventures ebb and flow with the area’s hot summer days and mild winter months. Read on to explore the best aspects of visiting during each season and discover the ideal time for your trip. Spring | March–May As days get longer and the red rock starts to warm, travelers from around the world visit Moab to shake off a cold winter. Midday temperatures ..read more
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