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Battle For Texas the Experience-San Antonio

Bowie, Travis, Crockett, Sequin and Santa Anna. They’re all represented in this incredible collection of many never-before-seen artifacts. This unforgettable, curated exhibition provides views with an in-depth perspective on the stirring story of the Battle of the Alamo. You’ll come away inspired by the historic battle and beaming with Texas pride .

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Apple Picking

There are so many New Englandy things to do in the Fall. We have been so lucky to have the chance to move our family to Massachusetts and settle into a calmer way of life. I have dreamed of Fall and having a chance to share all of those crisp sweater weather activities with our daughter and this was the year! Our first Fall activity back in Massachusetts was apple picking.

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An Unlikely Story

An Unlikely Story is a bookstore and CafĂ© located in Plainville, Massachusetts. It’s just the cutest little old timey/hip bookstore that gives a straight nod right to the heritage of the location. Originally built to be a Market in the mid 1800’s this building has been several things-a general store, a tea room and a restaurant. The store is owned by the Kinney’s author of the Wimpy Kid Book Series. One look inside and it’s like you’ve stepped back inside

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Old Sturbridge Village

Old Sturbridge Village is a living museum in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. The village depicts a New England town in the 1830’s. The village consists of more than 40 buildings-many originals painstakingly deconstructed, saved and reconstructed on site.

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How To Use Your Disney Dining Plan

The Disney dining plan is one of the most popular add on features for guests staying at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida (WDW). Disney dining can be added to any resort package for the length of stay and comes in four different packages to fit the different needs of families and travelers. Need information on the differences in each package? You can find a more detailed post here.