Category Archives: Destinations


It’s small wonder that actor Patrick Dempsey has gone on record as someone who loves Maine. As the saying goes, “Keep the Maine thing the Maine thing.” The New England state on the Atlantic Ocean is within a stone’s throw of Canada; making it a coastline state and one where its easy to enter into… Read More »


Horses, bourbon, history, heritage and more. This is the heartbeat of America, Bluegrass country. This is Lexington. Some fun is free, but it is all memorable. The richness of this city has attracted sheiks and other dignitaries; but the average tourist will find themselves at home in Lexington. Things to See Kentucky Horse Park The… Read More »


Whether looking for leisure or vibrant activity, Michigan’s capital city is a top tourist site. Beautiful and rich in culture, Lansing has attractions abounding in some over-the-top cultural, historical and nature-rich experiences. Things to See All Around The African World Museum and Resource Center Through displays, pictures, artifacts, printed matter and more; one grasps a… Read More »

Idaho Falls

This is another Rocky Mountain city where you can get your fill of fun, adventure, experience and sights. It’s called Idaho Falls, and it’s full of suprises and premium attractions. Things to See Grand Teton National Park Oh what great peaks you have!Without question, some of the best peaks of the Rocky Mountains range are… Read More »


It was a battleground during the American Civil War. With that history in its rearview mirror, Hagerstown, Maryland has gained a reputation as an excellent tourist site, offering a plethora of recreational, educational, cultural and outdoor attractions. The birthplace of nine presidents, this city is said to have provided intuition and divine guidance to the… Read More »

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Grand Rapids is replete with art and cultural experiences. Nightlife and dining are some enticing options, but there are also museums and theatres. Go to Grand Rapid and be met with a trademark welcoming experience. Walking downtown is very doable, but the sidewalks are packed tight with others considering the same options for Grand Rapids… Read More »

Des Moines

Iowa has Des Moines as its capital. The city has some hidden secrets and many who visit it say it’s something of a gem. Des Moines is emerging as a green city. With festivals in the open air, plenty of trail space, ecotourism features and more; it’s an excellent tourism spot for lots of reasons.… Read More »

The Delight of Wilmington Delaware

Wilmington, Delaware is full of surprises. If you don’t try to find out what it offers, you could miss a blessing. It ends up that this city is a well-hidden secret, tucked away quietly and still featuring the Dutch, the British, the Quakers and others who left their mark. Make no mistake about it, there’s… Read More »

Cedar Rapids

There are so many cultural museums in Cedar Rapids that it could be called a place with a level playing field for all cultures. It’s worth a trip, and can broaden your view before the good times are over. Things to See African American Cultural Museum Stand-out exhibits, memory evoking artifacts and more await at… Read More »


Places to see Discovery Center Idaho Camps and classes, the Science Cafe, Teen Club, Adult Night, programs, exhibitions and special events keep this center busy with visitors with different purposes for being there. Educators find its offerings compelling for field trips, curriculum tools for the class, as it’s a STEM rich place to include in… Read More »