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  • Average Caribbean daytime temperatures are in the mid-80s Fahrenheit for most destinations. That average varies by only a few degrees each month. But nothing is average or predictable about the rainfall.

    Average Caribbean Weather: Best and Worst Times to Go

    Average Caribbean Weather: Best and Worst Times to Go

    by Scott S Bateman8

  • When traveling to the City by the Bay, many vacationers flock to typical tourist attractions like Alcatraz, Pier 39, and the famed Golden Gate Bridge. If you're looking for places a little less ordinary, yet still stunning and less crowded, check out these five hidden gems.

    5 Fantastic and Lesser-Known San Francisco Bay Area Destinations

    5 Fantastic and Lesser-Known San Francisco Bay Area Destinations

    by Dana J Sartell0

  • The "Houston" sculpture created by Mac Whitney is located in Stude Park near Studemont in Houston, TX. Installed along the White Oak Bayou, there are hiking and biking trails that extend for 7.4 miles. A community center in the park offers many amenities in addition to other art found there.

    “Houston” Sculpture by Mac Whitney Located in Houston, Texas

    “Houston” Sculpture by Mac Whitney Located in Houston, Texas

    by Peggy Woods32

  • Visitors from around the world flock to Oregon's number-one tourist destination, Crater Lake. The lake lies within the walls of an extinct volcano, Mount Mazama. Crater lake is home to Wizard Island, a small island jutting from the depths of the caldera.

    Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

    Crater Lake National Park in Oregon

    by Vicki Perry7

  • Traveling through the Yucatan, one of the main attractions is the great pyramid at Chichen Itza. During the equinoxes, the shadow of the serpent Kukulcan is seen descending its stairs.

    Solstice Time at Chichen Itza

    Solstice Time at Chichen Itza

    by Emese Fromm17

  • The Outer Banks in North Carolina is a popular vacation destination in the Eastern United States. While it's beautiful, it can get pricey. The good news is that you don't have to spend a lot of money at the Outer Banks to have a good time. From a National Wildlife Refuge to a Lighthouse, here's a look at a number of fun and free things to do in the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

    The Best Free Things to Do in the Outer Banks of North Carolina

    The Best Free Things to Do in the Outer Banks of North Carolina

    by Claudia Mitchell24

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