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Located in Miami, Florida, Little Havana is a neighborhood that's named after the largest city in Cuba: Havana. It's a vibrant area filled with high energy and friendly people, and there is certainly plenty to see and do regardless of

Located in Alberta, Canada, Elk Island National Park was created in 1906, is completely enclosed, is approximately 74.9-square-miles, and was the first wildlife sanctuary in Canada. It has such a rich history and has made a significant positive impact on

If you're interested in viewing the Northern Lights and you're heading to Edmonton, there's a chance you may be able to see one of nature's best shows, but it might require a little road trip. Light pollution makes it a

The Silver Skate Festival in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada runs from February 10 – 20, 2017, but has been around for decades and attracts over 100,000 visitors. The festival consists of a whole variety of family-friendly activities that are ideal for

There's a lot to love about the Mount Washington neighborhood in Pittsburgh, so if you're considering a visit, we can't blame you. During your trip, you'll be able to do some shopping, eat some fabulous food, experience gorgeous views, and

If you're a fan of birds, one of the best spots to visit is The National Aviary in Pittsburgh. The nonprofit zoo is – as the name suggests – all about birds. Their devotion to birds is incredible, and it

If you're looking for a fun place to visit in Pittsburgh whether you want to go with family or friends, on a date, or by yourself, then one of the best spots to consider is the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG

Featured Image Credit: stock_photo_world / Shutterstock.com We absolutely love food trucks for a variety of reasons, but one of the biggest is that it's not uncommon to come across some truly unique and inspired dishes on the menus. They're also immensely convenient. Pittsburgh

Alright, ladies and gentlemen, let's talk about the 4th annual Pittsburgh Winter Beerfest which is set to take place from February 24-25, 2017, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Sure it's a celebration of local and national beers, but

Unfortunately, many of us won't get to see the Super Bowl in person, but that doesn't mean we can't make the most of celebrating it and enjoying the experience anyway, and one of the best places you can do that