Amsterdam Festival of Light

Amsterdam Festival of Light

This December, the city of Amsterdam is illuminated by millions of twinkling bulbs and the holiday spirit for the Amsterdam Festival of Lights. Visitors to…

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Geologic Ghouls and Goblins

Geologic Ghouls and Goblins

This Halloween, while you’re looking forward to the neighborhood children trick or treating as cute little goblins and ghouls, check out a different sort of…

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The Bones of Capuchin Crypt

The Bones of Capuchin Crypt

Fall is the perfect season for pumpkin pie, hot apple cider, and a good ghost story. Why not plan a trip to fit the season?…

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Plan a trip to Hell [Michigan]

Plan a trip to Hell [Michigan]

It all started in 1838 as George Reeves’ sawmill, gristmill, distillery and tavern.  Eventually, somehow, it turned into Hell. Hell, Michigan is currently a small,…

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Agent Review: The Lancaster Hotel, Houston

Agent Review: The Lancaster Hotel, Houston

Along with several other FROSCH agents, recently visited the newly renovated Lancaster Hotel.  Since 1926, the hotel has been hosting both performers and attendees for…

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Baby On Board: Etihad Launches in-flight Nanny Service

Baby On Board: Etihad Launches in-flight Nanny Service

For even the most experienced traveler, those long-haul flights can start to drag.  For parents flying with small children, long flights can be especially challenging. …

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Jelly Invasion Mars Mediterranean beaches

Jelly Invasion Mars Mediterranean beaches

A plague of jellyfish has hit the Mediterranean this summer, driving beachgoers and tourists away from the sun-soaked shores. Scientists have proposed a number of…

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Fall Travel: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Fall Travel: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Every October, the skies of Albuquerque, New Mexico, are filled with hundreds of multicolored hot air balloons during the city’s annual international balloon fiesta. Started…

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Fall Foliage & Photography on the Durango & Silverton Railroad

Fall Foliage & Photography on the Durango & Silverton Railroad

For many people, fall is their favorite season.  Autumn brings to mind cooler days, harvest festivals, and, of course, landscapes that are dramatically different as…

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