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Lion Country Safari Florida 5 Stars

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Lion Country Safari

Lion Country Safari Our 5 Star Pick

Updated Dec. 23, 2016 – Originally published January 2015

Over the years I have visited many theme and amusement parks including those that feature a safari like experience. The one that I love to visit when ever I spend time with my son’s family in Florida is the Lion Country Safari.

In December 2014 we were fortunate to once again have an opportunity to visit ...

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Harmony of the Seas – U.S. Inaugural Cruise

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The Harmony of the Seas Overview

As many of my readers know, I have been fortunate to cruise on and write about, a number of Royal Caribbean International ships.  Over the years I have covered their Freedom Class ships including the Navigator of the Seas and the Freedom of the Seas.  More recently we were invited to cover the U.S. inaugural cruise on the Anthem of the Seas.   Now our most amazing experience of ...

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We Visit Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – London

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It was a beautiful sunny day when my uncle and I decided to visit Madame Tussaud’s Museum in London.  The museum is named after Lady Marie Tussaud’s, who was born in France in 1761. She created her first wax sculpture in 1777 and by 1835, Marie had settled down on Baker Street in London where she opened her first museum. Over the years, the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has become one of London’s and the world’s great tourist attractions.

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BOILING ICE

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The condition of the Rhone glacier in Switzerland, partly covered by sheeting to protect it from excessive heat.

The condition of the Rhone glacier in Switzerland, partly covered by sheeting to protect it from excessive heat.
The recession and the retreat of glaciers since 1850 is the geological phenomenon in which the surface and the thickness of terrestrial glaciers have ...

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Sesame Place – Summer Fun For The Entire Family

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We Love Theme Parks

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]usually don’t have an opportunity to visit a theme park unless I am traveling to Florida where there are so many. In New Jersey I have visited Great Adventure and of course our local theme park Keansburg Amusement Park.

A theme park is defined as a group of entertainment attractions, rides, and other events ...

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Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade 2015 – 30 Min Video in Full HD + Hi Res Photos

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Covering This Assignment

Macys-15- (23 of 329)HRezAs my readers know I cover a number of parades in New York and decided I would take a shot at covering the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year. I was concerned about the number of people there and with the recent terrorist attacks concerned for my safety. Both of these concerns were unfounded and it turned out to ...

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The Ultimate Guide To RCL’s Anthem of the Seas – Pre-Inaugural Cruise

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Our History With Royal Caribbean

Many of my readers know from my past articles, videos and photos that I love to cruise. RCL happens to be my favorite cruise line because I am not 18 years old and not over the hill either.

Belly FlopBooze cruises and belly flop contests are not what I would call entertainment, ...

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Rome’s Trevi Fountain Stopped In Sympathy For Paris Killings

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The Trevi Fountain in Rome has been off for five minutes as a sign of closeness to the people of Paris. The ceremony was attended by Undersecretary of Council Presidency Claudio De Vincenti, the ambassador French in Rome Catherine Colonna and the prefect Francesco Paolo Truncates Commissioner of Rome.

“We must be aware that we must be firm and convinced of the values of democracy and freedom. Suspended in response but calm he said De Vincenti remembering facts “tragic and horrible happened in Paris.” The ...

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PREHISTORIC CEMETERY OF ELEPHANTS IN ROME

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The Polledrara of Cecanibbio
A field to fossil elephants over 300,000 years ago

The territory north-west of Rome extends from the slopes of the volcanic Sabatino returned to the coastal plain, over the past decades, several traces of human settlement dating back to the animal and middle-upper Pleistocene.

These include the site of the Polledrara Cecanibbio for the richness of its archeological and paleontological is certainly one of the most important deposits in ancient elephant (Palaeoloxodon antiquus). (archeoroma.beniculturali.it/)

Interview: Anna ...

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Menu Renaissance in Castel Sant’Angelo

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Castel Sant’Angelo food is part of our beauty and our cultural heritage.
Menu Renaissance in Castel Sant’Angelo with the chef Andrea Misseri for Heritage Days

Renaissance menu and an opportunity to visit the National Museum at night Castel Sant’Angelo, a symbol of the Eternal City. The European Heritage Days on 19 and 20 September 2015, have the flavor of an initiative of the State Museums of Lazio title ‘culture through food Castle: from the court to the Renaissance. In the ...

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