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Navajo Point at the Grand Canyon.

Navajo Point at the Grand Canyon.

Historic quarter of the seaport city of Valparaíso by Fotopedia Editorial Team

Historic quarter of the seaport city of Valparaíso by Fotopedia Editorial Team

If you're ever in #Quechee, #Simon #Pearce is a must visit.  Stunning location as you can see.  So far, my favorite restaurant of all...and more...for further pins!

If you're ever in #Quechee, #Simon #Pearce is a must visit. Stunning location as you can see. So far, my favorite restaurant of all...and more...for further pins!

How about an outing that is soooo much fun you don't think you are actually doing exercise.  It's MONSTROCITY in St. Louis, Mo. Like a slinky on steroids with an adventure as well.

How about an outing that is soooo much fun you don't think you are actually doing exercise. It's MONSTROCITY in St. Louis, Mo. Like a slinky on steroids with an adventure as well.

Pisco Tasting in Chile : Chile’s Elqui Valley, where most Chilean Pisco is distilled.

Pisco Tasting in Chile : Chile’s Elqui Valley, where most Chilean Pisco is distilled.

St. Louis City Museum. If you love climbing and exploring, this is the place for you! Adults, children, there's adventure to discover for everyone!! =D

St. Louis City Museum. If you love climbing and exploring, this is the place for you! Adults, children, there's adventure to discover for everyone!! =D

Historic Elliot House Inn we stayed at during my research trip to Charleston. It doesn't feature in my book, but it's cool nonetheless. Here's a clip from the hotel's website: "In 1861, an immense fire burned nearly one-third of Charleston, including 78 Queen Street.  Though many did not rebuild until long after the disaster, O’Mara constructed a three-story masonry single house shortly thereafter utilizing salvaged bricks from the fire."

Historic Elliot House Inn we stayed at during my research trip to Charleston. It doesn't feature in my book, but it's cool nonetheless. Here's a clip from the hotel's website: "In 1861, an immense fire burned nearly one-third of Charleston, including 78 Queen Street. Though many did not rebuild until long after the disaster, O’Mara constructed a three-story masonry single house shortly thereafter utilizing salvaged bricks from the fire."

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