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As the NASCAR season kicks off in a few weeks, I turn my attention to Daytona International Speedway, the place built by Bill France Sr. himself, the founder of NASCAR, and home to the “Super Bowl of NASCAR” the Daytona 500. As you walk up to the Speedway you are greeted by a statue of …

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It amazes me how everyone focuses on “Drinking Around The World” when they enter the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow…but do they not realize they are paying large dollars to get into the park, and then paying even more for tapas and Mango Gingerita’s? No, the better parts are the ones that show you the …

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When I wandered through Hollywood Studios it was still a few months before Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge opened, but the park was still a fantastic place to visit. Hollywood Studios’ central point doesn’t have a full rotation that the other parks have, but the spokes that do branch off the Center Stage are full of …

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Animal Kingdom Kilimanjaro Safari Harambe Sign

When you head into Disney World’s Animal Kingdom you can’t help but notice the giant Tree of Life looming over the center of the park, the focal point for the spoke that all Disney parks like to build around. But when you stay at a Disney Hotel you get the added perk of Extra Magic …

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From June 10th-14th I headed out on a road trip thru NY, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Montreal, Canada. Over the last two months, I’ve talked about most of the places I visited. Here is a full recap of the trip. SUNDAY I headed out on the road, for the most mileage of any day (and the …

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The fifth museum at the Springfield Museums is the Dr. Seuss Museum, and it may be the centerpiece of it all, as they all surround the National Memorial Sculpture Garden. In case you missed them, the first four were the Science Museum, the Springfield History Museum, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, and the Michele and Donald D’Amour …

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The second of the two art museums and fourth of the Springfield Museums is the Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts. This follows the Science Museum, Springfield History Museum, and the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. This museum focuses on fine arts and ceramics, featuring beautiful drawings, ceramics, and busts. Galleries at this …

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