OffbeatTravel:Travel Stories From Around the World
OffbeatTravel: Travel Stories From Around the World
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A Visit to the Extraordinary Easter Island
Easter Island is Extraordinary
Appleton Wisconsin: Music, Food, and Harry Houdini
 The Houdini lion outside Appleton's History Museum at the Castle and 
	   AKA Houdini
The Best British Megaliths to Visit for History and Mystery
Too Hot and Too Crowded in Zion National Park? Try Bryce Canyon National Park
 Bryce Canyon National Park is an absolutely stunningly beautiful park. And that is no exaggeration.
Cruise Croatia for the Wonders of Nature
Explore the many marvels of the Adriatic Sea including the Brijuni, Kornati and Krka national parks, 
		hundreds of unspoiled islands, plus the famous Dalmatia
 Coast on a private gulet cruise
Cruising the Mediterranean: Consider a gulet
One way to visit large port cities on the northern coast of the Mediterranean Sea in the countries of Italy, 
   Croatia, Montenegro, Greece and Turkey is on a private cruise tour
Best New York Attractions for the Adult Crowd in 2019
Adult New York attractions
New Resorts Enhance the Florida Keys and Key West
New resorts open in the Florida Keys

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Offbeat New Mexico: Places of Unexpected History, Art, and Culture

Offbeat New Mexico guides you through the people, places and events that have shaped the state often referred to as the "Land of Enchantment." The art and architecture that helped shape New Mexico may have started with petroglyphs, kivas and ancient cities but it's also alive and well in street art on the current walls of Albuquerque as well as the half-mile of sophisticated gallery art in Santa Fe known as Canyon Road. Offbeat New Mexico was written for the independent traveler who doesn't want to follow the paths most taken by tourists but instead wants to explore what made New Mexico, well, New Mexico. We won't tell you where to eat or sleep but we will tell you about the United States' "Mother Road" (better known as Route 66,) the Navajo Long Walk and why the little town known as Hot Springs changed its name to Truth or Consequences.

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