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Family with Kids

Family is the most important thing in the world. ~Princess Diana~

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The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. ~Saint Augustine~

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Eat Drink Enjoy Life

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Dreams about the future are always filled with gadgets. ~Neil deGrasse Tyson~

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Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. ~Helen Keller~

Get Insured

In this time of a year it is very important to have insurance than sorry so make sure you get insured every year. For me, insurance is very important and I am thankful I could rely on it when I needed. It is almost half of the year and it is time to shop around and find  insurance for next fiscal year and I found this allred insurance burlington nc

It is important to shop around every year for insurance  and make sure you understand all the important and benefits  before signing-up one.Sometime it is handy if you have two insurance if you know your health condition. Like my parents-in-law we're thankful they two insurance and it helps a lot for them during my father-in-law heart surgery.

Moving to a new Place

We finally moved out in our apartment. I am so exhausted and tired all long day to organize and get settled to our new place.So many things to do and buy for our new home. As of now I jotted down all the things we needed and one stuff I needed to buy right away is some cable ties - click here.

So happy hubby is there even in his hectic schedule to help out cleaning and organize all our stuff. Though little Travelentz's room is all set and all the room's are functional we still need to buy some decors and appliances. As of now we kinda take our time and enjoy our new place which was built with love.

4 American Cities That Highlight the History of the Country

The United States is rife with historical points of interest, which is remarkable for such a relatively young country. New England and parts of the northeast are incredibly relevant, but you can find pieces of history all over the place. 

Boston for a Revolutionary Look

Boston's Puritan heritage is still alive and well throughout the city. Truthfully, the entire state of Massachusetts is historically relevant, but Boston's ties to the country's beginnings are exceedingly interesting. Some of the country's oldest cemeteries lie there — old reminders situated next to modern neighborhoods. As such, it's easily one of the best places to live if you love history.

The Freedom Trail is a must for anyone who wants to learn about Boston's earliest years. It tells the story of a young country's birth and the fight for independence. Even if you simply choose to wander the old streets, you'll come upon treasures like the Old State House, which is Boston's oldest building. Take in Bunker Hill, King's Chapel, and even Harvard Square, and see if you don't hear ghostly voices shouting warnings about the British.

Philadelphia for Independence

Philadelphia embodies an early colonial city, even given its modern conveniences and skyscrapers. For many, it's the site that best represents America's independence, and rightfully so — there's a reason Independence Hall is there, after all. William Penn all but designed the city in 1682, and his brilliant grid is still in use.

There are churches that serve as reminders of the city's original Dutch residents, as well as buildings and monuments that pay homage to the country's forefathers and their fight for freedom. Philadelphia is the birthplace of the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and -- perhaps -- liberty itself. It's about more than just the Liberty Bell. Visit Manayunk, Germantown, and Chestnut Hill for proof of that.

New Orleans for Wartime History

The United States gained more than the gorgeous, haunted city of New Orleans in the Louisiana Purchase, but it's one of the finest examples of what the country attained. New Orleans is also relevant because of its own special history, which you can see in the French and Spanish influences that mix and meld on every street in every neighborhood. The Chalmette Battlefield saw American soldiers fight the British while Jackson Square is its own haunted treasure.

Savannah for a Civil Take

The Civil War is still known as a bloody battle between brothers. Many people might urge you to visit Atlanta if you want to see Civil-based history, but Savannah is an even better bet. It's the oldest city in Georgia, and like Philadelphia, it's arranged on a grid.

The entire downtown area is a certified National Historic Landmark. In some ways, Savannah is a throwback, with inhabitants who still sing the praises of the ancestors who perished in the War Between the States. Whether you take in Fort Pulaski or the Confederate monument, you can't help but feel moved by the richness of the city's past. Meeting people who can give you a history lesson is easy, since many of the protected homes played their own roles in the war.
From the Alamo to the Trail of Tears, there are hundreds of cities in every state with a story to tell. You can find the history of the nation in large towns and smaller enclaves. Which one draws you the most?