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Tennessee is full of haunted tales, legends still yet to be heard and plenty of ghostly historical stories. Are you daring enough to experience any of this paranormal activity? Tennessee is full of history, country music, BBQ and some haunted tales.  For the history buffs, ghost hunters, and those seeking adventure this list is for
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Some U.S. cities are perfect to visit during Halloween because of their spooky or mysterious culture, like the above ground cemeteries and voodoo traditions in New Orleans, the famous 17th century witch trials in Salem, Massachusetts, or the Headless Horseman legend in Sleepy Hollow, New York. New Orleans, Louisiana From above ground mausoleums and tombs
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Here’s a state-by-state breakdown of travel restrictions across the country. If you’re planning to travel between states for a vacation or a short trip, the situation is constantly changing, so it’s best to check all local travel advisories before packing your bags.  Editor’s note: This story was last updated on October 14, 2020. We will
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​ ©FloridaStock/Shutterstock From outdoor pursuits in the surrounding high desert and mountains to Native American history and Old West heritage, Durango is Southwest Colorado’s premier four-season destination. Editor’s Note: Before you head out, please check the Colorado COVID-19 site to determine any local restrictions you need to be aware of.  Nestled in southwestern Colorado’s Animas River
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Beautiful view of for San Cristobal in San Juan, Puerto Rico. ©Dennis van de Water/Shutterstock The island is calling just in time for winter. What you need to know, and what to do while you’re there! After closing itself off to non-essential travel back in July, it looks like Puerto Rico has once again opened
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We teamed up with GuruShots to find the best travel photos in the world. Here they are. We teamed up with GuruShots, the world’s favorite photo game, to run a travel photo contest. Almost 100k photos were submitted to the challenge, and we are pleased to feature the top 500 travel photos from around the
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A new survey is predicting cheaper flights, last-minute travel and longer stays this holiday season in the US. Travel search site Kayak believes that many Americans may travel this holiday, but they just haven’t booked it yet. Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kayak’s data indicates that travel interest for the winter holidays is seeing drastic declines. Domestic
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https://www.facebook.com/rfwash The Haunted Rainforest Car Wash in Medina, Ohio Here’s how haunted houses are adjusting to COVID-19. COVID-19 is impacting a Halloween tradition that relies on close contact and screaming: haunted houses. While some attractions are staying closed this October, others have altered their plans to provide socially distanced scaring. This year, you will see
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Schitt’s Creek’s Rosebud Motel will reportedly seek new ownership this month © Courtesy of CBC Ew, David! Schitt’s Creek’s Rosebud Motel is going up for sale, and you could be the new proprietor. For the past six years, the CBC/Pop TV series – a fish-out-of-water comedy starring Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Daniel Levy, and Annie
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Montana is criminally underrated. Its natural beauty has earned it the nickname “The Last Best Place” and, after a week-long road trip across the state, you’ll have a hard time arguing otherwise. The western half of Montana is particularly spectacular thanks to the wonders of Glacier National Park, Flathead Valley, and its many small town
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Shawnee Forest, Illinois. Image courtesy of the Illinois Office of Tourism. October is one of the best months for fall foliage around the country. Here is our roundup of the best places to view the colors in the Mid-west. MID-WEST Kansas In Northeast Kansas, the Glacial Hills Scenic Byways runs through a distinct landscape named
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Credit: Arizona Office of Tourism A guide to the best fall foliage in the western states. New England gets all the credit. It is known for its seasonal changing of the leaves throughout Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont – and you can find a road trip guide to New England here.
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September 30 – October 6 is annual Fat Bear Week in Katmai National Park, Alaska.  Each summer, bears work to become as fat as possible to survive hibernation in the long winter. Survival in the winter depends on each bear accumulating ample fat reserves to keep them warm and nourished. Bears spend the summer gluttonously
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We polled Budget Travel readers to understand how COVID-19 is influencing their travel attitudes and opinions. Rediscovering America became the new light at the end of the tunnel for an uncertain COVID-19 world. The revival of road trips, camping, and van life changed how many of us see travel in 2020, but leaves many families
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©Ron and Patty Thomas/Getty Images In the Midwest, you’ll find friendly small towns as well as urban sprawls. Roll call for the region’s cities starts with Chicago, which unfurls what is arguably the country’s mightiest skyline. In Cleveland, the best action is in its walkable neighborhoods. Detroit rocks, plain and simple. Day trips in this region
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©SumikoPhoto/Getty Images Day trips in this region conjure up visions of vast desert landscapes, rodeos, and lake adventures. Rugged. Beautiful. And fun. The Southwest is the ultimate playground, luring adventurers with red-rock canyons, Wild West legends and the kicky delights of green chile stew. Day trips in this region conjure up visions of vast desert
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