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    Something not surprising

    With its stunning beauty, forest and mountain background, elegant coastline and stunning shores, it's no wonder that Bar Harbor was originally called Eden.


    Second Most Populous City in Orange County

    Santa Ana is one of the densest populated cities in Orange County, CA. It is ethnically diverse, with a large Hispanic and Latino demographic. It is also the home of John Wayne Airport, expect traffic and all things that come with dense populations.


    One of the Safest Cities in the U.S.

    With one of the lowest recorded crime rates of cities with over 100,000 people, Irvine has been listed as having one of the lowest crime rates in the United States.


    Private Library

    The Mission Viejo Library is privately owned, and is one of the nicest libraries in the area. Enjoy quiet reading nooks among the rustic architecture and stone fireplace.


    Affluent Area

    It's normal to see multiple Hummers driving down the road, many of them custom vehicles with custom lift kits resembling something out of an action flick. The neighborhoods are manicured to perfection, and no pedestrians in sight for the most part (except runners or dog walkers). You need your own car to get around here, but there are plenty of nice little restaurants and upscale shops to pop into.




    The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area is absolutely wonderful. It is a huge wildlife park with a variety of walking trails and beautiful routes for driving. Well worth staying a day or two to experience this.

    Must go place for anyone visiting Chicago. We came during winter where it was host to a massive indoor winter wonderland! There are heaps of places to eat, drink, as well as buy your typical merchandise. There was an amazing fudge shop which was to die for. Would love to come back during the summer holidays to enjoy some of the outside activities.

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    Staffed by volunteers this place showcases local arts and crafts. Well worth a visit!

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    This is one of the best cooking classes in New England! I learned some new skills as well as new friends - brilliant!

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    Bristol Falls

    Brilliant swimming hole. Bring a picnic as it's so relaxing you could sit here all day!

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    Places To Eat

    Lu Lu

    The BEST ice-cream! Deliciously homemade in small batches and some interesting flavours - Basil!

    Sandwiches, Wraps, Panini, Salads, Soups and more! Delicious and we loved how they said they made real food for real people! Brilliant place!

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    A very Vermont style restaurant serving delicious home cooked lunches and dinners. Highly recommend!

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    Eat in or dine out on British food. Lots of eats from Bangers and Mash to Fish & Chips!

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    A wonderful place to come and the kids will love it. All things apples form apple pies to ice-cream!

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    Traveller Tips

    Pretty town to stroll around

    Just strolling around Woodstock will give your spirits a lift. It is a very pretty town. The shops are attractive, there is a large variety, cafes are great.


    Art in Brandon

    Proclaimed by the governor as the "Art and Soul" of Vermont, Brandon is home to renown folk artist Warren Kimble and +50 other local artists.

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    Bennington is home to the Bennington Battle Monument, which is the tallest human-made structure in the state of Vermont.

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    The Battenkill River, famous for trout fishing, flows through the center of town.

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    Something for Everyone in Addison!

    Middlebury, Bristol and Vergennes offer thriving downtowns for dining, shopping and theater, while quaint villages such as Lincoln, Shoreham, or Starksboro may remind you of simpler times.

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