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Some of the houses earned ribbon awards, but all of them were getting attention from patrons.
Get ready to be wowed!
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Peeking out of a jail cell in Colonial Williamsburg.
It was a spectacular morning in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
The island provides incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean from miles of coastal hiking trails, some of which are quite steep.
the hedges and flowers seem to go on forever
the Earth reveals its history through rock layers
With so many roses blooming together, each breeze brought a fresh, sweet rose aroma.
There is something about this place that makes me relax. It is a small, big town.
Ohio still boasts 138 covered bridges.
This garden underwent a multimillion dollar update with the construction of a modern, two-story glasshouse.
I’ve been to a few award-winning restaurants that can’t deliver calamari cooked this well.
It is a secluded little place, with white table cloths and glowing lights.
The great thing about cities is that they serve their citizens in unique ways.
It is true that we’ve stayed everywhere from the Four Seasons to the Hampton Inn in Chicago.
Forget the bad press; this is a city that offers all of the urban amenities plus the warmth and hospitality of an ethnic base.
Chicago’s Old Town The weather threw us a curve ball the last time we visited Chicago. In a half dozen trips, we had the good fortune of sunny, clear days. We had ideas of strolling through Lincoln Park Zoo, the Conservatory, and then wandering to Riverwalk via the Magnificent Mile. The plan did not include…