When most people plan a vacation to the Outer Banks, a good portion of their itinerary is dedicated to spending their days at the beach. The Outer Banks is also home to historical attractions, like lighthouses, that are worth a visit. If you enjoy exploring old lighthouses, check out the historic lighthouses on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.
This time of year may be all about eating less after eating so much holiday food. However, if you love to travel, it might be about planning your next foodie adventure. We’ve had the fortune to travel across America on a quest for something yummy. America is home to some of the best food on the planet if you know where to look.
Most people associate Alaska with frigid temperatures, snow-scapes, Eskimos and the Northern Lights. Despite this stigma, Alaska boasts comfortable weather and beautiful greenery in most of the state in the summertime. Inland areas, like Fairbanks and Denali, have the warmest temperatures with highs reaching into the 90s. The Southcentral climate in Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula and the surrounding area are usually mild with temperatures in the 60s and 70s.
Winter Park is located less than 70 miles northwest of Denver and provides some of the best skiing in Colorado. The area averages over 320 inches of snowfall each year. Combine this with 300 days of sunshine and you have a perfect recipe for fun. Winter Park is divided into seven territories that offer something for all skill levels, making it a destination for families as well as serious skiers and snowboarders alike!
Taking a trip to the University of Florida? The campus encompasses over 2,000 acres, or 3.125 square miles, and has the fifth most actively enrolled students of all public universities in the United States. Whether you’re a prospective student, tourist, or looking to move to the area, the campus has a lot to offer! Gainesville, affectionately called Gatorville or G-ville after the university’s mascot, is a great place to visit.
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