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Johnstown Disaster Still A Tourist Draw 131 Years After the Fact 

  By Dave Zuchowski   Photos by Bill Rockwell The historic town of Johnstown, 67 miles east of Pittsburgh, has a huge history that belies its small size. Its advantageous location along the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal and, later the Pennsylvania Railroad, contributed to its growth. Starting around 1860, rich coal and iron resources in the …

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New York’s Adirondacks – A Stunning Landscape to Play Golf and Explore

Experience and photos by Deirdre Frost A trip to New York’s Adirondacks is spectacular, but one destination that is special in the world of golf is surprisingly, a family-run golf resort just outside Lake George in Warrensburg. Known as Cronin’s Golf Resort, this 18-hole golf course attracts players from far and wide to practice their …

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Jackson Square - New Orleans

Optimize Your Travel Time with The Sightseeing Pass

Text and images by Jeff and Stephanie Sylva So you’ve finally decided to visit that city you have always wanted to see. But now it’s time to plan your trip – and this can be daunting. What to do, what are the top attractions, what is the best way to get to know the city? …

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The First Washington: Washington, Georgia

Story and photos by Will A. Davis & Mary Gallagher Not far from Atlanta or Charleston you’ll find charming Washington, Georgia and this Washington has the distinct accolade of being the first of the hundreds of towns, cities and counties named after our first US president, the incomparable George Washington. Washington, Georgia This incredibly pleasant …

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