From the monthly archives:

July 2009

If You Go – Walla Walla, Washington

Walla Walla is 13 miles north of the Oregon border, and 273 miles southeast of Seattle.
Horizon Air (an Alaskan Air partner) has flights through Seattle to Walla Walla Airport.
Stay & Play packages at Wine Valley Golf…

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Nantes: A Fresh View of France

Story and photos by Betsy Marvin
If you follow the Loire River southwest of Paris past Blois and all those grand chåteaux, near the end about thirty miles short of the Atlantic, you will find the astonishing city of…

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Camping Connection – A New England Experience Where?

By Bill Steiden
A rocky-shored island with granite cliffs and gravelly beaches in a northern clime, surrounded by sailboat-studded blue waters; a summer resort set in a Victorian village, accessible by ferry and steeped in history.
Martha’s Vineyard, right?

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Beach! I Need Beach!

July 26, 2009 – OMG! I miss the beach! Yes, it’s summer and the beach is the perfect weekend activity but the problem for my family and me is that we live over four hours away by car from the…

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Old Saybrook and the Connecticut River

By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
History is everywhere in Connecticut. The southern New England state is home to the nation’s oldest public art museum – the Wadsworth Atheneum, in Hartford – as well as a university that’s a good bit older…

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Carriers: Bullseye on American Flyers

July 23, 2009 – Yesterday I read that Delta increased its fee for checked baggage and it got me to wondering. What are the policies at non-U.S. airlines and what do economy travelers pay for baggage when they live outside…

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Road Trip Memories

By Stacey Dougherty
July 21, 2009 – With summer in full swing and the country still mired in a recession, it’s hard for many to afford a fancy vacation. Airlines, in response to reduced demand, are cutting the number…

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Water Parks + Lowcountry Cuisine = Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

By Hope S. Philbrick
Mama always said that you shouldn’t get into the pool until at least a half-hour after eating. Adhering to such a schedule can be difficult, especially on a hot sunny day when cool blue water beckons.…

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Update: St. John

July 16, 2009 – Last month we were fortunate enough to be able to return to this tiny gem in the Caribbean.  And unlike our trip last year, we swam with sea turtles every single day! This visit was…

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Coming Soon!

Coming soon – The Where2Now Blog!  You’ll be able to check out behind the scenes happenings and cool things we find along our way.

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