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Door County Wisconsin: Amazing Vacation Spot Along Lake Michigan

By Jeff and Virginia Orenstein  Door County, Wisconsin is one of the most delightful vacation spots in the Midwest. It deserves a prominent place on...

3 Millionth Tourist to Visit Israel This Year Got Exclusive Tour with Netanyahu

On Tuesday, Israel received its record-setting 3 millionth tourist in a single year. After being welcomed in a festive ceremony at Ben Gurion Airport, Ioana...

Philadelphia Native Offers Destination Weddings in a Unique Locale

Most people associate weddings with love and commitment, and rightly so. After all, it’s a ceremony to unite two people together, building a life...

The Reunion Resort and Spa: Great Golf and Hospitality in Orlando

Orlando is a favorite family destination because of its vast array of theme parks, amenities and eateries that appeal to every family member. But...

Cedartown, Georgia: Fleeing Irma, Finding Southern Hospitality

We always try to plan our trips well in advance. We have found that it pays to do our homework and research the best...

Plant City Grows Florida Mixture of Strawberries, Trains and History

Can you name a small town where antiques, a beautiful historic district, strawberries and trains meet and attract throngs of local visitors? The answer is...

Reliving History in Chattanooga: Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum and Civil War Battlefields

By Jeff and Virginia Orenstein A visit to Chattanooga is an opportunity to experience history. Few cities in the nation are as closely tied to railroads...

Shanghai Offers Vibrant, Varied Jewish Food Scene

By Joan Lipinski Cochran The Kosher Café in Shanghai’s Hongqiao district holds eight tables, each draped in white linen and covered with clear plastic, the...

The Sandhills of Nebraska: The Frontier Still Exists

By Jeff and Virginia Orenstein The Nebraska Sandhills constitute a unique region that rewards the savvy visitor with impressive natural vistas, fascinating settlements and expansive...

Get Back to Nature in the Everglades

By Jeffrey and Virginia Orenstein Florida’s Everglades, often referred to as “the glades” or the “river of grass,” run about 400 miles, from the Orlando...