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Start Your Own Business

Starting a business involves some planning and organization. A Phoenix entrepreneur shares her five key steps to starting a business.

Hotels in Summerset, Kentucky

Situated at the eastern end of Kentucky's "Mississippian Plateau" in Pulaski County, is the Somerset, a major tourist destination thanks to attractions such as Lake Cumberland and the annual Master Musician's Festival. Visitors to Somerset looking for a place to spend the night have a range of chain

Luxury Hotels in Cambria, California

Cambria is just off Highway 1 along the coast of California.highway 1 image by michael tunbridge from Fotolia.comCambria, California is located between San Francisco and Los Angeles, perched on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. People from all over come to the area to experience nearby...

Niagara Falls Hotels With Balconies

Enjoy breathtaking views from the comfort of your room.niagara falls 2 image by Blu-Mu from Fotolia.comThe Niagara Falls area offers a plethora of activities for visitors year round. Whether you decide to go on a boat ride, gamble in the casinos or take a stroll in a park, you may be...

Sparkling Fountain

Images of Garfield Park in Indianapolis, Indiana, from About.com's guide to Indianapolis.

Sacramento Gold Rush Days

Every Labor Day, Old Sacramento transforms to the old West in its annual Gold Rush Days.

Sunset & Vine Hollywood Restaurants

Hollywood, California offers a variety of dining options, including a host of restaurants located at Sunset and Vine.Hollywood Sign image by crossgolfing from Fotolia.comThe intersection of Sunset Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood, California features a massive entertainment and...

Motels in Rhinelander, WI

Ice skate at the Rhinelander Ice Arena.ice skate image by SKYDIVECOP from Fotolia.comRhinelander is located in northern Wisconsin, more than 200 miles from Milwaukee. Visitors can enjoy the activities and attractions in the area. Spend the day at Hodag Park, try ice skating at Rhinelander...

List of Campgrounds in Alcona County, Michigan

feu de camping image by sirine from Fotolia.comAlcona County is located in Michigan's northeastern Lower Peninsula. Harrisville is the county seat and is located along the Lake Huron shoreline. Alcona County is home to several rivers and bodies of water, including Hubbard Lake. The county...

"Birds in Paradise"

It's the 30th anniversary of "Dallas Blooms" at the Dallas Arboretum. The floral festival runs from February 22 to April 6, 2014.

Cabins in Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston, South Carolina, is located on the Atlantic Ocean.beach image by Horticulture from Fotolia.comCharleston, South Carolina, is a popular vacation spot known for its Atlantic Ocean beaches, historical sites and fresh seafood. Sightseeing tours present an easy way to experience all...

Rowing on the Schuylkill

Your guide to rowing on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, home of the Dad Vail and Stotesbury Cup regattas.

Attractions in Sebring, Florida

Sebring is known for its international raceway.formula image by goce risteski from Fotolia.comSebring is located in Highlands County, Florida. The city is noted for the Sebring International Raceway, which hosts an annual Le Mans series race. Lake Jackson is located within the city and...

Golf Vacations in Palm Desert, California

You can enjoy the beauty of Palm Desert on your next golf vacation.Ryan McVay/Valueline/Getty ImagesGolfers from all over the world visit Palm Desert, California, to take the challenge of world-class golf courses that are located in the midst of the Santa Rosa Mountains. Several luxury...

"Wings of Fire" Orchid

A hybrid of the Cattleya orchid, the Brassolaeliocattleya "Wings of Fire" is particularly valued for its large showy labellum.

How to Spot Rip Currents

Rip currents can kill even the most experienced swimmers. More than 100 people drown each year in these powerful currents, according to The United States Lifesaving Association. In fact, most lifeguard rescues on American beaches happen because an unwitting swimmer is swept away in a rip current.