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Desert Belle Sightseeing Cruise on Saguaro Lake
"Prepare to see some of Arizona’s most iconic plants and wildlife from the comfort of the Desert Belle a restored 1964 cruise ship. Board the vessel at the Saguaro Lake Marina and stake out a prime viewing spot inside the air-conditioned cabin or beneath the upper deck’s shaded canopy for this 90-minute ride. Be sure you have your camera ready when the sh and snap away at the first awe-inspiring view of the rust-colored mountains.Beautiful Saguaro Lake is nestled in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest 20 miles (32 km) outside of Mesa. Named after the saguaro cacti that surround the lake it has 22 miles (35 km) of picturesque shoreline expansive views and indigenous flora and fauna. Enjoy the sights of Arizona’s dramatic desert and soaring canyons formed by millions of years of geological forces. Spot cacti mesquite and prickly pear plants sprinkled throughout the landscape. Looks for coyotes
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Original Annapolis Seafood Crawl
"Don't feel like trudging around Annapolis on foot? No problem! Discover this beautiful city aboard an eCruiser with a local guide. This Annapolis and Eastport tasting tour will introduce you to the people places and food that make up the city's unique maritime culture.We’ll cross the bridge into Eastport an annex of Annapolis whose existence was and still is critical to the growth and prosperity of Annapolis. You’ll learn about the sibling rivalry that exists between these two sister communities and see iconic spots rarely seen by most visitors. Locals know how important these sites were to Annapolis and American history and you’ll get to hear the intriguing stories behind them.But this isn’t a history crawl
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Explore the Heart of Annapolis
"Take a ton of American history add a dash of East Coast charm then mix in a few secrets and you’ve got lovely Annapolis! One of the oldest cities in America Annapolis is bursting with original colonial buildings and deep-rooted stories of the nation’s heritage. Your local guide will tell you the city’s history and show you its hidden gems as you learn about the importance of this seaport town in the building of America. Learn why the beloved Chesapeake Bay was so critical to America’s growth and why it needs to be preserved for the country’s future.  Stop for a panoramic and find out how this city helped to shape the country’s identity. Annapolis was a temporary capital of the United States before the capital was in Washington
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Documenting Cemeteries

I belong to a group of people who do photo-documentation of cemeteries. So whenever I go someplace, I try to add to the database. We got to Lewes about 3, so I thought we had time to go do a couple of...
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Lewes Life

I lived in Lewes for two years, from 2000-2002. I LOVE LEWES. The only reason I moved is because I built a home in Ocean View. I lived about a mile from Lewes Beach, and I live about 1 1/2 miles from...
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Adorable Victorian Homes

As my intro says Lewes is a lot like Cape May because of the adorable and colorful Victorian homes. I snapped photos of as many as I saw. But I'll bet there are a whole bunch more...
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The Porches of Lewes

You'll want to own a home in Lewes simply so that you can sit on of their porches and watch the world go by.
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When driving south the Ferry...

When driving south the Ferry makes the journey nicer. The one hour boat ride saves an hour of driving.
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Cape May Lighthouse

There are two separate entities where the lighthouse is. There is a State Park (Cape May Point State Park), and there is the Lighthouse. The lighthouse is a three star visit lighthouse. There are...
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Emlen Physick House.

The Emlen Physick Estate is said to be the only museum of Victorian living around. It's a magnificent example of what Cape May has to offer! Dr. Emlen Physick came from a distinguished family. His...
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Cold Spring Village

Cold Spring Village is an open air living history museum located a couple of miles north of town. The Village “brings to life the day-to-day activities of villagers living in South Jersey during the...
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Cape May County Zoo

Cape May County Zoo started as a child's petting zoo in the mid-1970s but has since grown to become a significant attraction in the area, although somewhat surprisingly entry to it is still free of...
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