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Great Museums in Malta

by Jessica B. September 2nd, 2014 | Arts & Culture, Destination Highlight, Museums
The tiny country of Malta still has a few other things to offer tourists other than just breathtaking beaches. Enjoy some of the rich history of this European country during the afternoons when it is too hot to lay on the beach, and return to your sun tanning after a nice cup of coffee and taking in the sites. Take a look at some of Malta’s greatest museums and archaeological sites to learn more about this remarkable country.

1) Casa Rocca Piccola – Want to get a closer look inside a Maltese Palace? This is the place. This palace was
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Birkirkara, Malta

It is forcast to be Chance of Rain at 11:00 PM CEST on September 02, 2014
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Destination Detour: Fargo, North Dakota

by T Akery August 27th, 2014 | Destination Detour
Destination-Detour Fargo is one of the largest cities in North Dakota. While it picked up a few stereotypes from a movie and a television show that borrows its name, this active city may surprise visitors. There are a variety of activities that encompass many interests.

Fargo hosts an assortment of activities for children. The Red River Zoo hosts up to 300 different types of animals. In addition, it has an antique working carousel on the premises for children to ride. The Children's Museum at Yunker Farm
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Malta: The Mediterranean Island Country for Lovers

by R. Carnavale September 1st, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Romantic Travel, Travel Style
Malta, that archipelago country tucked in-between Sicily and North Africa, is a lovers' paradise with its seven secluded islands that dot the Mediterranean, gorgeous resorts and an ancient history marked by the Phoenicians, Moors and Knights of St. John. The rugged landscape, spectacular coastline, and vast, golden beaches wait to be explored. Fortunately for English-speaking tourists, the British until recently ruled Malta, so even if you don't speak Maltese, you can still easily navigate this fabled country.

Malta's palm-tree-lined beaches are stunning and, unlike many European beaches, relatively tranquil (except on weekends). The beaches on the north and west coasts
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September’s Destination- Malta

by Editorial Team September 1st, 2014 | Destination Highlight, Generic
Destination-Highlight As we flip the calendar and September begins, it is time to introduce the destination of the month: Malta. Starting today with a short slideshow, and continuing throughout the month, we will be exploring the ins and outs of vacationing in this European country. Whether you're traveling solo, as a couple's getaway, or are going with your entire family, we'll have advice for planning a fabulous vacation.

Make sure to return to read learn more about this travel location.

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Bicycling in Scotland: Scenic Routes and Tours

by R. Carnavale August 29th, 2014 | Action Adventures, Biking
Active-Adventures Scotland offers bikers thousands of miles of cycle routes, from a sweep through rolling hills into Orkney's capital Kirkwall to Glentress, the unofficial hub of the sport of mountain biking in Scotland and Ben Bhraggie, Golspie, which has the longest freeride descent in the UK. Whether you're biking solo, with a group or you're part of a tour, Scotland offers superb biking opportunities for novices through professionals. Here are some highlights:

The Dunbar, the home of environmentalist John Muir, has a seaside route that follows national cycle route 76. As you follow the coastline, you'll pass a lighthouse,
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