Wedding Carl And Gina Valeri October 19, 2013

by carlvaleri on November 14, 2013

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I recently visited Charleston, South Carolina and learned much about the culture and history of this wonderful town. This is one of my favorite cities to visit in the south and is in my top ten list for suggested vacation spots in the United States.

For More Information:

Charleston Convention and Vistor Bureau

Visit Charleston, SC
Voted 2011 Top City In The US
A hearty “thanks, y’all” from your friends in Charleston.

Charleston Strolls – Walking Tour

Basil Thai Restaurant

Historic Charleston City Market

Fort Sumter National Monument

Historic Charleston Foundation

Charleston Pirate Tour

Ft Sumter Boat Tours

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Ocean Hall at The National Museum Of Natural History

February 12, 2012

The ocean is a fascinating and foreign world which many of us have yet to explore. Ocean Hall at The National Museum Of Natural History in Washington, DC lets us explore this world. Ocean Hall is one of many outstanding exhibits and is one of my favorites. You can enter the hall and see life […]

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“AirCraft: The Jet as Art” At the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum

January 6, 2012

Aircraft hanging from the cavernous hall seem ready to fly through the glass windows enclosing the exhibit. At the end of a hall in an exhibit area hang large photos of jet airplanes whose size give the appearance of being able to flying out of the picture. The National Air and Space Museum is awe […]

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Out Of This World : Extraodinary Costumes from Film and Television at The Tampa Bay History Center

December 31, 2011

Entering the Wayne Thomas Gallery at the Tampa Bay History Center I was greeted by an empty costume which the character luke Skywalker wore in the film Star Wars. The theme to Star Wars playing in the background made me feel as if I was in the movie myself. The exhibit I visited is “Out Of […]

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Video : World’s Largest Aquarium; Georgia Aquarium

November 27, 2011

Recently I visited the always inspiring and massive Georgia Aquarium. I invite you to enjoy the visit with me in the 15 minute video below. The Whale Sharks where impressive! For More Information: The Georgia Aquarium Visit Our Sponsors:

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Moncton Museum, New Brunswick, Canada

November 4, 2011

The Moncton Museum dedicated to keeping Moncton’s heritage alive is a must see if you wish to understand the significance of the city and why Moncton became known as the “Hub City”. Come with me and enjoy the video tour of my recent visit to the Moncton Museum in New Brunswick, Canada. For More Information: […]

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Memphis Rock N Soul Museum

November 28, 2010

The sound of music legends B.B King, Elvis Presley, and Stevie Ray Vaughn emanate from overhead speakers setting the mood for our historic and entertaining tour of the birthplace of blues. The Memphis Rock N Soul Museum tells the story of rock and soul music while explaining why Memphis was the perfect confluence of many […]

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Revolutionary War New Jersey

November 22, 2010

New Jersey played and important role as a Crossroad in the American Revolution . Many important battles were fought and bitter cold winters persevered by Washington’s Colonial Troops in Morristown, New Jersey. Now there is a website full of pictures and narratives following the Revolutionary War through the Garden State. Revolutionary War New Jersey is […]

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The Path to Independence: Philadelphia and Washington’s Crossing

November 7, 2010

The Mid-Atlantic States have a rich colonial and revolutionary war heritage. What better way to learn our history then to follow in the footsteps of our founding fathers through the battles both in the halls of independence and on the battle field. A crisp blue sky could be seen as I crane my neck to […]

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