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Retired Science Teacher Currently Athletic Director at Johnston High School Travel is my passion!

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Walking Tour of Milwaukee

            Not a particularly memorable for my final effort on WordPress.com, but it is what it is. If you enjoyed my blog, please join me at www.garystravels.com for more of the same. There will be many more pictures and hopefully a continuation of good and … Continue reading

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   Readers — Note that this is my penultimate post on this website. I have purchased my own website, although it will not look decidedly different for a while. You can find me at http://www.garystravels.com. Please take a look. All … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,USA

             “Steel City” has been transforming itself, over recent years, from its image as the quintessential industrial, sterile, urban landscape, into a center for the Arts and Culture. The city is also kept forever young by the presence of several … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Ogunquit, ME

             The adorable town of Ogunquit lies on the southern Maine coast, only a few miles from the New Hampshire border, so it is easily accessible from the Boston, MA and Providence, RI areas. As a result, it has become … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Baltimore

                  Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is a remarkable area of resurgence and restoration that has become a model of urban renewal for the entire country.  The Inner Harbor has become a magnet for tourists and residents alike because of its vibrant, … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of St Paul

             The capital of Minnesota is somewhat dwarfed by its “twin” city, Minneapolis, a thriving and modern metropolis, but St Paul has managed to retain its considerable charm and individuality. Life is much less hectic here, although the people are … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Charleston

             On the way into the city, stop at the Visitor Center (375 Meeting Street) to see the orientation film, Forever Charleston, a 36-minute introduction to the city’s long and distinguished history.              Park the car at the lot on … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of Savannah

             Savannah, Georgia is a classic city of the Deep South, which grew on the backs of slave labor and the fortunes of cotton-farming.  The downtown area is laid out in an unusual way — homes and neighborhoods were centered … Continue reading

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Walking Tour of St Louis

             The city of St Louis, dramatically situated on the western bank of the Mississippi River, has long been seen as a gateway to the West. It was the realm of fur traders before the settlers began to congregate here, … Continue reading

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