Posts Tagged "USA"


Last updated: 06/13/17Jack Daniel’s is an iconic whiskey distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, that is a sort of pilgrimage site for those who love whiskey. We made the journey to Lynchburg while attending a travel writer’s conference in Huntsville, Alabama, and took a tour of the facility with whiskey tasting at the end. During which we found a number of interesting things that made this tour unique compared to other...

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Last updated: 06/14/17The bourbon trail in Kentucky is a pilgrimage spot for those who love this amazing spirit. Being bourbon lovers ourselves, we finally got the chance to visit the region to check out some of our favorite distilleries as well as others we’ve always wanted to try. During our visit we stayed for four nights, three days, and learned a lot about what goes into planning a good bourbon trail itinerary. As such, we...

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Last updated: 09/8/17When you think of Salt Lake City, you may think of mountains and Mormons, but you probably don’t think of genealogical research. But Salt Lake City is home to the Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world. This library is part of a 10-acre complex known as Temple Square that houses buildings owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Whether you’ve never even...

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Last updated: 12/13/16The Finger Lakes region of New York is not all about wine, even though the wine is one of the major reasons why we visited. To find out what else this amazing part of the state has to offer we spent quite a bit of time away from the vineyards to explore the nearby cities and museums. The city of Corning, just south of Seneca Lake, is not famous for wine.  This city is home to one of the largest glass producers in...

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Last updated: 12/13/16When it comes to drinking in the Finger Lakes, your first thought is going to be wine. Ours was.  The region is famous for its wine, and the marketing you hear at home is always wine, wine, wine.  We tried our fair share of wine from the Finger Lakes during our visit, and know that this is definitely true. But one thing that shocked us had nothing to do with the wine, but was instead about how many other alcohol...

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