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    Cars Land Big Hit at DCA

    Cars Land Greatest Hit at Disney California Adventure Tucked in the park’s southeast corner the main entrance to Cars Land is across from the Golden Vine Winery. There there are secondary gateways in a Bug’s land and in Pacific Wharf. Radiator Springs is a screen-accurate re-creation of the sleepy single-stoplight town along Route 66 popu­lated by Pixar’s anthropomorphized automobiles. In

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    Underrated DC Museums

    Underrated DC Museums If you’re more inclined to enjoy a few places in-depth than to try to make the Big Circuit, you can pretty much have your pick among some of the most underrated DC Museums. Government agencies may have tighter restrictions in the post-9/11 era, but plenty of museums, historic homes, and religious sites offer guided tours or detailed

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    Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort

    Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort open for business Most visitors to Las Vegas do not think of skiing but the winter season at the Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort at Lee Canyon is in full swing and runs through April 2015. As a matter of fact Las Vegas and the surrounding area offer a host of outdoor and

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    Single Parents Visiting Walt Disney World

    Single Parents Visiting Walt Disney World Because single parents generally are also working parents, planning a special getaway with your children can be the best way to spend some quality time together. But remember, the vacation is not just for your child—it’s for you too. One thing single parents visiting Walt Disney World should consider is to invite a grandparent

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    Iconic DC Hotels

    Iconic DC Hotels While Washington itself has great history, it has been through repeated cycles of depression and redevelopment, especially in what are now some of the most popular tourist areas. So, it has fewer hotels whose legends reach back to earlier eras than do capitals of Europe. In fact, the Watergate, arguably the most famous hotel in D.C., has

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