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Rhode Island has a great deal to offer, but first, let us focus on the capital; Providence.  Being founded in 1636, this is one of the oldest cities in the U.S.A and third largest city in New England.  Soon after it was founded by Roger Williams, Providence became...

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Have you ever stepped out of your house and wondered what happened in years gone by on your property?  Or have you driven by an old area of town that has been newly renovated and realized that the history of the area is slowly slipping away?  What about travelling...

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Catacombs of Paris If you’re going to travel to Paris (and hopefully you do) and you’re in the mood for something beautiful and pleasant…then don’t go to the catacombs!  But if you are looking for some cool facts and creepiness; then you should...

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Old Montreal: A taste of Europe in North America! Bonjour and Welcome! When you picture Europe; images of cafes, cobbled streets and historic buildings come to mind.  Montreal, and in particular, Old Montreal are blessed with these attributes.  It’s a family adventure...

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Each winter, the Rideau Canal transforms into the World’s Largest Ice Rink!  Over 7 KM of skating awaits you.  Walking distance from Canada’s Parliament building, the Rideau Canal Skateway winds its way out to Dows lake.  There are plenty of rest stops,...

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 True or False? Was this imperial palace used as a summer residence for the monarchy prior to 1918? Did John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev meet there during the Cold War? Was this site added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list? If...

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 “Gondolier Capital of the World awaits you” Thanks for joining us again. Let’s transport ourselves back to Venice, as we continue where we left off two weeks ago.   If you missed what happened in part 1 of our family adventure in Venice (don’t worry,...

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