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    Celebrating Halloween with Mickey Mouse

    Celebrating Halloween with Mickey Mouse Now through November 1st thousands of families, dressed in their latest Halloween costumes, visit the Magic Kingdom. Celebrating Halloween with Mickey Mouse would not be complete without attending Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party held on select nights. The event is a lot of fun but we do not recommend it for first time visitors to the Magic Kingdom. The

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    Arlington National Cemetery

    Arlington National Cemetery – A must for every first-time visitor to Washington D.C. A visit to Arlington National Cemetery while an absolute must when in the nation’s capital.  However, the visit is not a mere sightseeing. As Americans, our lives are too intimately attached to the 200,000 men and women buried here. They include the famous, the obscure, and the

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    Kids Friendly Vegas Resorts

    As Excalibur gets out of the family trade, Circus Circus stands alone as the only casino that welcomes children. Circus Circus actively seeks the family market with carnival game midways where children and adults can try to win stuffed animals, foam-rubber dice, and other totally dis­pensable objects. A great setup for the casinos, the midways turn a nice profit while

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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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