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    Epcot Food and Wine Festival 2015

    The 19th International Epcot Food & Wine Festival is in full swing. Food lovers can eat their way through World Showcase and sample mouthwatering delicacies dished out by celebrity chefs. The festival runs now through November 10. Admission is included in your park ticket. Food at the booths ranges between $4 to $8. In addition to the food booths the festival offers many

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    Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

    The cutting-edge contemporary art found inside the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden is often as forward-looking (or bizarre) as the circular building that houses it. Located Seventh St. SW and Independence Ave. on the Mall, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden houses works by modern masters, such as Auguste Rodin, Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt, and Henry Moore. Its special exhibitions are among the

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    Bellagio Las Vegas

    With its main entrance just south of Flamingo Road, the Bellagio is inspired by an Italian village overlooking Lake Como in the sub-Alpine north of Italy. The facade of the Bellagio will remind you somewhat of the themed architecture Steve Wynn employed at TI, only this time it’s provincial Italian instead of Caribbean. The Bellagio village is arrayed along the

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    Magic Kingdom Live Entertainment

    In celebration of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World we are offering Magic Kingdom Live Entertainment tips and a GIVEAWAY. Read on! Magic Kingdom Live Entertainment and Parades: It’ s impossible to take in all the many live entertainment offerings at the Magic Kingdom in a single day. To experience both the attractions and the live entertainment, we recommend that you allocate

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    Timing your Washington D.C. visit

    Timing your Washington D.C. visit requires a few considerations. If you are just going by the weather, the best times to visit Washington D.C. are in the spring and fall. The city’s fabled cherry blossoms bloom at the end of March or early April—not necessarily coinciding with the Cherry Blossom Festival, unfortunately—while fall brings crisp, cool weather and a spectacular

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