Celebrate Hispanic Culture in America the Fun and Safe Way—On a Charter Bus! Tequila…Tex-Mex food…mariachi bands…Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner!! It’s a holiday rich with Mexican history and pride, commemorating that day over 150 years ago when
A 4th of July Barbeque—An American Tradition When you think of the 4th of July, what comes to mind? Two things—fireworks and barbeque! While the fireworks have to wait until dark and are usually over in a few minutes, the
There’s nothing like fireworks on the Fourth of July. Cities all over the nation along with private companies put on fireworks celebrations for everyone to enjoy. Here are some displays which are known for being the best in the nation.
Emerald green, shamrocks and leprechauns with pots of gold come to mind when you think about St. Patrick’s Day. And for those who like to party hearty, you may dream about green beer or swilling shots of Irish whiskey. Cities
“Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living.” ~ Mary Ritter Beard What is it about change that people find exciting or even adventurous?
Goodbye 2015 and Hello 2016! With that said, here is the number one New Year’s resolution to make for 2016. Take your vacation time! You probably don’t realize it, but statistics reveal something very telling about life in America. Fortune
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is proactive in fighting drunk driving and drugged driving at any time of the year – but especially over the holidays. According to MADD, approximately 4,700 young people die every year as a result of
People love to celebrate the year that’s over and the new year that’s arriving. This often means parties, drinking, dancing and other festivities. New Year’s Eve is also a holiday when a higher percentage of drunken drivers are on the
Corks popping from champagne bottles, people wearing party hats, whistles tooting and confetti flying are typical of New Years celebrations. Across the nation on New Year’s Eve, people get out and hit the town with family or friends to commemorate
Many parents drop their kids off for college in August, and then over Christmas vacation they pay for their trip home to spend the holidays. Kids often go to college in their home states or nearby states. The question arises,