Hotdoggers drive Wienermobile – A Boomer’s Travels

Watching the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile go down the street is something that will catch your eye.  The first Wienermobile was created in 1936 by Karl Mayer, nephew of Oscar Mayer,…

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A holiday travel gift guide that doesn’t stink

Ed. Note: This time of year we see lots of gift guides, almost always filled entirely with free products that companies sent editors so that they’d be included in their…

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Announcing Our Sustainability Dive + Yoga Retreat in Key Largo

When I rattle off my 2020 retreat destinations, most nod along excitedly while I rattle off exciting destinations like Israel, Thailand, Lebanon, Dominican Republic, Egypt, and… Florida. “Florida?,” comes the…

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Every Little Thing You Would Like To Know concerning Paracord Planet

Paracord planet is appearing almost everywhere. When an odd fave of the ex-military as well as survival neighborhoods, currently 550 cord has also located its method to craft shop shelves–…

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10 reasons why you need to book a trip to literary Baltimore

Dozens of these benches dotted Baltimore in the 1990s as part of an effort to promote literacy — Photo courtesy of Mike Allegra Classic literature may not be the first…

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MICE: venue cymru Llandudno in North Wales Completes Multi-Million Pound Renovation – What's Next?

MICE: venue cymru Llandudno in North Wales Completes Multi-Million Pound Renovation – What’s Next?. Source link

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Best restaurants and bars in New Orleans that aren’t on Bourbon Street

The most famous street in New Orleans comes at a cost – and with a crowd. While it’s a must for a first-timer to experience this atmosphere, there are a…

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What are the best places to go in the Caribbean?

When asked to imagine a tropical paradise, most people probably envision a scene that looks a lot like the Caribbean. To help shed light on this slice of vacation heaven,…

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Finally let off cruise, passengers desperate for flight home

BANGKOK (AP) – The cheers of celebration have faded. The waving of roses has ceased. Having finally reached a friendly port in Cambodia willing to accept them after nearly two…

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What you need to know before you go

Ireland is more than an “Emerald Isle.” It’s an isle filled with cultural and historic wonders … and lately with lots of tourists, too. And at many of its top…

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