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  • Mackinaw City makes an ideal vacation destination! It’s located on the shores of the Straits of Mackinac, where the Great Lakes Huron and Michigan meet. Mackinaw City is rich in […]

    Mackinaw City, Michigan

    Mackinaw City makes an ideal vacation destination! It’s located on the shores of the Straits of Mackinac, where the Great Lakes Huron and Michigan meet. Mackinaw City is rich in […]

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  • Fall River is a city of 92,000, located approximately 18 miles east of I-95 on I-195. The city is known throughout the region as a factory outlet mecca, but there’s […]

    Fall River, Massachusetts

    Fall River is a city of 92,000, located approximately 18 miles east of I-95 on I-195. The city is known throughout the region as a factory outlet mecca, but there’s […]

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  • The largest Massachusetts city in land area, Taunton boasts approximately 50 square miles with a population at 57,600. Taunton has three nicknames; ‘City of Firsts’- 1st Woman Proprietor, 1st to […]

    Taunton, Massachusetts

    The largest Massachusetts city in land area, Taunton boasts approximately 50 square miles with a population at 57,600. Taunton has three nicknames; ‘City of Firsts’- 1st Woman Proprietor, 1st to […]

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  • Enjoy a visit to historic Havre De Grace, our name says it all, “Harbor of Grace”. As early as the 1620’s this area was recorded on nautical charts and in […]

    Havre De Grace, Maryland

    Enjoy a visit to historic Havre De Grace, our name says it all, “Harbor of Grace”. As early as the 1620’s this area was recorded on nautical charts and in […]

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  • Fayetteville is a convenient stop mid way between NYC and the upper northeastern states and the vacation meccas of Orlando and southern Florida. Often maligned by reporters and even novelists, Fayetteville is a beautiful, historic place, a larger city with a small-town feel.

    Fayetteville, North Carolina

    Fayetteville is a convenient stop mid way between NYC and the upper northeastern states and the vacation meccas of Orlando and southern Florida. Often maligned by reporters and even novelists, Fayetteville is a beautiful, historic place, a larger city with a small-town feel.

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