Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida is a fun-filled place for the whole family. You’re guaranteed to have a great time with its incredible environment, rides, and different restaurants and shops. The park was actually the fourth park built at Disney World and opened on April 22, 1998. It’s the largest Disney theme park in the world, covering over 500 acres of land. Continuing with great unique themes like the other parks in Disney World, there are a variety of places to check out. [Read more…] about Disney’s Animal Kingdom :: Orlando, Florida
The Spam Museum, ready to provide the public with the information necessary to appreciate this culinary heavyweight. We’re talking Spam, with a capital S and a registered trademark symbol. You know: “Pork, water, salt, sugar, spices” and a few preservatives packed in a blue and yellow can with rounded corners. This icon of commercially-produced comfort food was first introduced by Hormel Foods in 1937. Located in Austin, Minnesota just a block off I-90 (exit 178B), the museum was founded in 2001 and has been open every day (except for five major holidays per year) since. It is part corporate self-promotion, part social and culinary history, part near-cult campiness and part good, old-fashioned hucksterism. It is all great fun. [Read more…] about The Spam Museum :: Austin, Minnesota
Suwannee River State Park in Florida is one of the first parks added to the Florida Park system. Nestled in a thick hardwood forest and surrounded by the Withlacoochee and Suwannee River, this 1,860 acre park offers a wealth of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat to the wilderness, Suwannee River State Park has what you want. [Read more…] about Suwannee River State Park :: Live Oak, Florida
Greenwich Village, also known as East and West Village is located between Houston and 14th Street. The neighborhood differs from many of its neighboring areas and although it is associated with celebrities and costly residences, the small curving streets, peculiar alleys, and historic town houses make it an extremely fascinating place. If you’re visiting New York and want to escape the fast pace of Times Square for a few hours, Greenwich Village is the perfect place to visit.
Described commonly as a serpentine layout of streets, Greenwich Village boasts some strong characteristic parks, squares and lanes and is an area of New York known for its Bohemian lifestyle. [Read more…] about Greenwich Village :: Manhattan, New York
Located in the heart of Newark, New Jersey, a city not immediately identified with the arts, the Newark Museum of Art is an absolute jewel. Finding it is a snap- large banners clearly mark the way through downtown. Secure parking is located next door for a nominal charge. [Read more…] about The Newark Museum :: Newark, New Jersey