3 Spots To Attend a Summer Solstice Festival

The longest day of the year is highlighted in a number of spots around the world with summer solstice festivals and events. If you want to ring in the summer as they used to back in the day, here are several corners of the globe that embrace the official start of summer with a major festival.

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5 Summer Travel Wardrobe Items I Never Leave Home Without

No matter where I travel during the summer months, there are five pieces of clothing I never leave home without. Come what may, at least I know I’ll always be comfortable and stylish with these staples in my bag.

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5 Waterparks to Visit With the Kids This Summer

Add some excitement to your family summer vacation and surprise the kids with a trip to a waterpark! As the temps rise, there are few things more fun than spending the day tromping through splash pads and whooshing down waterslides. There are many great waterparks to choose from throughout the U.S. Here are five to get you started.

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5 Stunning Beaches For Your Bucket List

There is perhaps nothing more relaxing, soothing and calming about a nice stretch of silky sands. Lucky for travelers, the globe is littered with awe-inspiring beaches, ones that can cause mouths and beach bags to drop. If you are formulating a bucket list of beaches you want to sink your toes into before the inevitable, here are five stunning sands that will blow your flip-flops off with one glance.

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5 Steps To Planning a Successful Road Trip

Before summer kicks off, many travelers and families are plotting their summer road trips. Road trips can be one of the best ways to see the country, without spending an arm and a leg to do. However, a road trip can head south if it is not planned and prepared for properly. From taking your wheels in for a tune up to avoiding long driving days, you can plan a successful road trip in these five easy steps.

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