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For those that enjoy the smell of brine, the cool breeze on your skin, and the feeling of sand between your toes, few things can be more magical than exploring a new seaside town. In fact, many of ...
48 HR Guide Cape Town
With the great Table Mountain providing the backdrop for this stunning seaside port city, Cape Town is an outdoor lover's delight. With plenty of hiking and trekking nearby, as well as national par...
Myrtle Beach Boasts 60 miles of beautiful shoreline, but that’s not the only attraction in the area. Not even close. While the beach is the area’s greatest free attraction, there are many things to...
48 HR Guide Florida
Tampa, Florida is a destination that often surprises visitors with its rich history and gourmet cuisine. 48 hours can give you a good feel for the city and a taste of the Tampa lifestyle. Here are ...
St. John’s may be a small city, but you’ll want to spend at least 48 hours here to get the full experience. Whether you’re here for the hiking trails or the dining opportunities, you’re likely to b...
48 HR Guide Nova Scotia
This pretty city on the sea is the largest in Atlantic Canada, and has lots to offer, but still serves it all up with a very small town feel. The culinary scene is excellent, and Halifax has a rich...
48 HR Guide Europe
Copenhagen is a hip European capital with a lot going for it. Copenhagen is all about cool design, great food, and unique historic architecture. Here’s how to experience as much of it as possible i...
48 HR Guide Boston
Boston is a cultural mecca, filled with an eclectic variety of shops, restaurants and museums. Like New York City, it has a lot to offer, but in a smaller, less intimidating package. This historica...
Despite being the smallest US city to be called the largest city in any state, Burlington, Vermont has a lot of heart and things to offer tourists. A laid-back destination with a love for the outdo...
Sitting on the picturesque Piscataqua River, the waterway that divides New Hampshire and Maine, Portsmouth was the nation’s third oldest city and the country’s first naval shipyard. Regularly named...