Monthly Archives: August 2012

Disney Cruise For All Ages

Each Disney Cruise Line ship has a different personality and different itineraries to tickle the fancy of any child, and those still children at heart. It’s good to know about each ship, especially Disney’s newest ship the Disney Fantasy. The … Continue reading

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America’s Most Livable City: Pittsburgh PA

America’s Most Livable City: Pittsburgh PA Last stop on our wonderful river cruise on the American Queen Steamboat is Pittsburgh.This city is very built up with skyscrapers, the meeting of three rivers and many bridges, all in Pittsburgh yellow. First … Continue reading

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Wheeling West Virginia: Amazing Fish Sandwich, History and Architecture

Wheeling WV: Got off the American Queen Steamboat and went straight to the Wheeling Artisan Center. It is wonderful to see how the local artists are supported. Then off to the Centre Market for more art and great eating. Even … Continue reading

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Marietta OH: Living History in Revolutionary and Civil Wars

Marietta OH: Another wonderful day on the hop on/off bus on the American Queen Steamboat. Today’s port was Marietta, Ohio, a college town. Marietta is a former oil boomtown of 14,000 people. It was found in 178 as the first … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in the Mothman? Point Pleasant West Virginia

Point Pleasant WV: Onboard the  American Queen Steamboat had a talk by Chef Regina on the “Act of Southern Entertaining”. Had a great jazz brunch with crab cake benedict, peppered brisket, and more. Point Pleasant has about 5,000 residetns and … Continue reading

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Maysville KY: It’s Bluegrass Country

Maysville KY: Maysville is the gateway to Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region and was an important stop on the Underground Railroad.  Took the Hop on/off bus from the American Queen Steamboat and saw the beautiful Floodwater River Murals that range from the early Native … Continue reading

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