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Winter Park, Colorado: Winter Park Colorado is a vacation destination favored by Colorado residents and less known to outside tourists. Winter Park and its neighboring community of Frasier have the appearance of a small mountain village with some elements of a cowboy town and some elements of a ski resort. The high-mountain Frasier Valley occupies the eastern part of Grand County Colorado just west of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.

Gulf Coast, Alabama: With over 1,600 miles of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas coastline, the Gulf Coast is a popular destination for folks seeking sun and sand.  With such a large area, it can be tough to choose a destination.  Many people opt for Florida.  But Gulf Coast, Alabama is a good choice, particularly if you prefer fewer crowds and a relaxing tempo.  Read our new page for some helpful information about this town.

High Line Park: What do you do with an abandoned railway line? If you are New York City you transform that eyesore into the newest and arguably most unique park on the entire island. Follow the link for the full story.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter: Have you ever wished you could visit the magical world of Harry Potter? You can by visiting The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios, Orlando. Read our new page about this attraction for details like what to see and when to visit.

911 Memorial: Ten years after the famous terrorist attacks on the twin towers the 911 Memorial is finally open to the public. The memorial is plaza styled, it features waterfalls, reflecting pools and other tributes to the perished. Visitor’s passes are free but limited, so be sure to check out our updated page for tips on getting your free pass.

Atlanta Transportation: Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) is Atlanta's major airport and has been ranked the world's busiest airport in number of passengers since 1998. ATL is a major hub to Delta Airlines and the low-fare, domestic airlines AirTran Airways. It is located 20 - 30 minutes south of downtown Atlanta.

Dulles International Airport: Dulles has the most international flights of the three airports serving the Washington D.C. area. It offers the typical assortment of rental car agencies, as well as bus and coach service to metro stations.

Tucson - Accommodations: The area surrounding Tucson International Airport area has many hotel options. South Tucson Boulevard is the main entrance and exit to the airport is where you will find several affordable hotels. A few cost as little as $70 but most the hotels along this stir cost $100 and up.

Miami - Attractions: Miami, Florida is a vibrant resort city, commercial center and international port with a distinctly Latin American flavor. Its primary appeal is its beautiful beaches and its mild semi-tropical climate, but it also offers many other attractions and entertainments.

Boston, Massachusetts - Transportation: Boston Logan International Airport is Boston's primary airport. Alternative airports include the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire and T. F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island. Of all of the New England airports Boston's Logan is the largest and busiest. It is located two miles northeast of Boston along the Massachusetts Bay. Although the distance in mileage is short the actual drive to downtown will take 20-30 minutes depending on traffic.

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