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Savor the Flavors Lexington’s Bluegrass Region
Savor the flavors of the Bluegrass with a tour of Kentucky Bourbon distilleries, a tasting at one of many beautiful wineries, or a sampling of local cuisine—from spoonbread to burgoo!
Shop for unique, handcrafted gifts at the region’s art galleries, or discover your own treasures in antique shops and world-class boutiques. Berea’s local artisans offer hands-on learning experiences for visitors looking to create their own masterpiece.
Commemorate the legacy of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War at forts, battlefields, civil war tours, and historic homes. From Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill’s living history to the reenactment at the Battle of Perryville this fall, the region’s history and heritage leaves a lasting legacy.
Play outdoors on hiking & bicycle trails, scenic byways, and lakes and rivers throughout the region. For an authentic “horse country” experience, try horseback riding or a tour at the Kentucky Horse Park!
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Discover Why RE/MAX of the Islands Was Voted ‘Best’ Real Estate Agency
RE/MAX of the Islands is a family owned and operated full service real estate firm on Sanibel and Captiva Islands. The company is celebrating over 20 years of professional real estate service and was voted BEST Real Estate Agency on Sanibel & Captiva Islands for 2010 & 2011.
Sanibel and Captiva Islands offer a truly unique lifestyle. The islands have become a vacation destination for people from all walks of life. Plan your vacation with RE/MAX of the Islands. Select from beachside condos to island bungalows or your own private hideaway. Beautiful and spacious accommodations are available. Amenities include pools, tennis courts, bike trails and world famous shelling beaches.
With RE/MAX of the Islands, you will find your vacation to be an enjoyable experience from beginning to end.
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Visit Switzerland County Indiana for a Relaxed Way of Life
Switzerland County Indiana is where we have a relaxed way of life with a Swiss twist.
‘Birthplace of American Winemaking’ tradition is alive with award winning Ridge Winery. Soak up the Ohio and create a memory for every time you open a new bottle.
Stay with us at the Schenck Mansion, the rustic Bear Scrap Retreat or the Belterra Resort, Casino & Spa. You’ll make memories that call you from home.
We’ve perfected flavors from the farm, our Great Grandmothers and Chef’s taught in faraway places. Savor peach cobbler, Mo burgers or Steak Collinsworth(Filet, Crab, Asparagus, Béarnaise and Bordelaise). You’ll have a hard time recreating these at home.
We’ve been known to pay for your visit. Our gaming tables and slots take you to river times that would be familiar to ‘Gentleman Jim’.
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Indulge in the Tradition and Spirit of Oglebay Resort
Indulge in the tradition and spirit that make Oglebay Resort unique while you enjoy 1,700 acres of year-round recreational opportunities and picturesque natural beauty. Spend the night at the 271-room lodge featuring the West Spa, delicious dining, indoor pool, wireless Internet, fitness center and business center. Oglebay also has 54 cottages including three 8-bedroom premium cottages and four estate houses. Recreational activities include four golf courses including two championship courses designed by Arnold Palmer and Robert Trent Jones, Sr., plus seven specialty shops, gardens, tennis, stables, fishing, two museums, outdoor pool, pedal boats, miniature golf, downhill skiing, a zoo and miles of walking trails.
Oglebay is also home to the Winter Festival of Lights, one of the nation’s largest holiday light shows, beginning November 9, 2012.
Located one hour from Pittsburgh in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle. Call 800-624-6988 or visit www.oglebay-resort.com.
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How to Reconnect and Disconnect in Noble County Indiana
Discover Indiana’s Farm to Fork experience in the heart of Indiana’s Green Triangle. Come explore our lonely country roads filled with unexpected discoveries. Farmer’s markets still exist on our historic Main Streets and family oriented self-serve orchards and strawberry patches give you the chance to savor the flavors.
Unique Museums, vintage architecture, majestic lakes and countryside alive with wildlife, peaceful trails, and fishing to soothe the soul. Explore the nation’s first Tombstone Trail or take a trip down the historic Lincoln Highway.
Get a behind the scenes look as to the preparation of locally grown produce and food. Treat your taste buds to a home cooked farm feast for small groups. Personalized schedules are available for one day or two day excursions. Farm to Fork season runs from March to November.
Disconnect and re-connect to the simple life in Noble County.
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Find Out Why Donna’s Premier Lodging Was Awarded “Most Romantic Hideaway”
Welcome to Donna’s Premier Lodging, located in the Heart of Amish Country, Berlin, Ohio. Awarded “Most Romantic Hideaway,” Donna’s seventeen exquisite log cabins provide an oasis of relaxation and romance for a remarkable and memorable experience. Bask in the splendor of a heart shaped Jacuzzi, or cuddle in front of a crackling fire. This is a place you will return to time and time again. Our gracious staff will delight in assisting to make your next getaway a special memory to cherish for a lifetime.
Donna’s also specializes in beautiful weddings and elopements. Choose to pledge your vows beside an indoor or outdoor waterfall or in front of a cozy fireplace, in the company of friends and family or in a private, intimate ceremony. We provide everything you need for a memorable wedding and honeymoon.
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All Aboard for a Visit to the Medina Railroad Museum
Located in the old New York Central freight depot in Medina, NY, the Medina Railroad Museum is the largest railroad and toy train museum in NY State. The depot was built in 1905-06 and is the largest wood-frame freight house ever built by the NY Central Railroad Company.
The museum features the world’s largest collection of railroad artifacts and memorabilia known to exist under one roof. See the longest HO-Scale model train layout and diorama all on one floor, an immense 204 ft. by 14 ft.
Enjoy our several family-friendly special events throughout the year. In May our Day Out with Thomas and in the Fall our Winery Trains, our Fall Foliage Trains and the magic of the Polar Express. Kids of all ages love the experience of this museum all year round.
Medina Railroad Museum 530 West Avenue, PO Box 136 Medina, [...]
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South Charleston West Virginia: A Friendly Place for Families
Welcome to South Charleston, West Virginia, a friendly place for families and travelers. A thriving city where you can walk downtown, dine by the river, enjoy an evening concert at a local coffee house, discover history, and choose your experience – relaxing or adventurous.
South Charleston offers small town amenities and charm, with walkable neighborhoods, temperate weather, plenty of activity – even free parking and Wi-Fi downtown.
Travel down the Kanawha River on a Sternwheeler. Let your kids discover new cultures and foods. Shop for antiques – or the latest trends. Stay in our brand new convention center. And enjoy a variety of fairs and festivals, family-friendly events, and West Virginia’s famed scenic beauty.
You can take a spin on the ice at our Memorial Ice Arena, or challenge yourself on the 18-hole championship golf course. Work out or go for a swim at the South [...]