How to plan a cheap Cape May getaway

At the southernmost tip of New Jersey sits Cape May, the Nation’s Oldest Seashore Resort, which bears the distinction of being a National Historic Landmark. Shaded streets lined with Victorian homes and functioning gaslights are the hallmark of this seaside retreat. Thirty years ago, Cape May was a sleepy little…

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Why Generation X Should Consider Small Group Travel

As a generation, Gen Xers have never exactly been known as joiners, so small group travel may not be the first kind of travel that comes to mind when you begin planning. However, small group trips may be something worth considering. Here are a few reasons to give it a…

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Multigenerational vacations: Worth the effort

Family

With the mercury rising and the school bell’s final ring just days away, you might be looking ahead to a family vacation. There was a time when that meant Mom, Dad, little Johnny and sweet young Rebecca piling into the family station wagon for a week at the beach or…

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Kayaking among the Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay

Kayaking Mallows Bay

After a week of perfect autumn weather, the mercury plummeted to a bitter 22 degrees. But my goal for the day was to kayak among the Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay. And secondary to that was attendance at the dedication of a section of the Potomac River as a National…

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RVing offers a World of Options for GenX and beyond

Have you ever thought; I’d love to have a vacation home and the benefits that come with it; a place to escape or spend time with the family as well as getting a tax write-off? Then reality sets in. You contemplate being locked into vacationing in the same place each…

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