Want to visit Chicago, the entire Florida coast, Key West, New York City, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland and Detroit on one trip? How about doing it by boat?
Located on a peninsula between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, St. Petersburg, Fla., is an exciting place to soak in the Florida sun and enjoy a surprisingly diverse and extensive set of attractions. Unlike a lot of beach towns that offer little besides the beach and a few shops and restau…
Northeast Florida’s highway A1A hugs the Atlantic Coast along the barrier islands and just begs for a leisurely drive. From St. Augustine on the north to Daytona Beach and Interstate 4 in the south, the road passes through historic and modern Florida’s highly varied attractions.
CINCINNATI – About 2,000 Holocaust survivors settling in the Cincinnati area after the war likely took their first steps on local soil outside Union Terminal train station.
Florida is famous for its coastal cities, beaches and golf course communities. But the central part of the state has its share of worthy attractions also. One of the most interesting and unique is the Bok Tower and Gardens, near the city of Lake Wales, Fla.
San Francisco’s storied place in American song and culture is well-deserved. This gem of a city overlooking picturesque San Francisco Bay is built on seven hills. It is a must-visit place for its beauty alone. Add in a really great restaurant scene, a fascinating mix of cultures and neighbor…