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6 Outdoor Destinations You Must Visit in Oregon

by R. Carnavale September 17th, 2014 | Destination Detour
Oregon has nearly one million acres of national forests and even more land devoted to national, state and urban parks; hence, when you visit the state, visiting these environmentally spectacular places is a must. Oregon has it all when it comes to natural wonders -- from mountains to volcanoes to fossils to a lake in a caldera -- and the following destinations are well worth your time:

The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, aptly nicknamed "Waterfallpalooza," encompasses nearly 300,000 acres of scenic terrain, including the Multnomah Falls (pictured), the
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What to See When You’re in Oklahoma

by R. Carnavale September 10th, 2014 | Destination Detour
Destination-Detour What's not to love about Oklahoma? It's a state that embodies the "west" in "Midwest," the people are down-to-earth and plain-speaking and there are loads of interesting things to do and see. Whether you're interested in learning more about cowboys and American Art, visiting stockyards, journeying along Route 66 or learning about the second largest terrorist attack in U.S. history, the Sooner State is not to be missed.

When you're in Oklahoma City, affectionately known as "OKC," you can visit
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4 Cultural Festivals Worth Seeing in Malta

by R. Carnavale September 16th, 2014 | Arts & Culture, Destination Highlight, Fairs & Festivals
The tiny island of Malta is a traveler's paradise with its Mediterranean climate, sandy beaches and exotic culture, which is a mix of Italian, British and North African influences. Malta's festivals, carnivals and airshows provide a fun way to experience that culture. For instance, the Malta Jazz Festival features established stars and up-and-coming stars who perform classic and avant garde pieces in an open air setting. The Malta Music Festival features outrageous performances by musicians who hope to go on to the famous (or infamous, depending upon your point of view) Eurovision Song Contest. The Nadur Carnival is Malta's
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Consider a Group Tour in Malta

by Jessica B. September 15th, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Group Tours, Travel Style
Destination-Highlight If you are planning a trip to Malta, you may be considering doing it on your own. Malta does have a lot of advantages for the independent traveler; it is a small country and it is easy to get around using English. But signing up for a group tour can be a great way to get more information about the country and a chance to meet fellow travelers. It can also give you insight into what the locals enjoy doing and give you a chance to try things you might otherwise have missed. Here are a few of the
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Family Theme Parks in Malta: Playmobil to Popeye

by R. Carnavale September 12th, 2014 | Action Adventures, Destination Highlight, Theme Parks
Active-Adventures When you're on holiday abroad with the kids, nothing spells f-u-n like an amusement park. Let's face it, while adults may enjoy strolling through art galleries and museums for entertainment, children may become easily bored, so a good theme park is the place to go to keep children occupied and smiling. Malta, a small island known for its breathtaking views of the Mediterranean and sandy beaches, has a surprising number of theme parks, including a bio park where you can swim with dolphins, a Playmobil toy park for very young children, a water park and a park where your
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