Sunday Manifest: Mackinac Island

When you dream of a destination for a perfect summer vacation, it’s hard to imagine any place lovelier than Mackinac Island, located in Northern Michigan. With sparkling blue water framed by rocky shoreline, trees lining the far horizon, and streets made for walking, biking, and horse-drawn carriages, a vacation here feels like taking a step…
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Sunday Manifest: Anguilla

Nestled in the Eastern Caribbean and part of the British West Indies, Anguilla is known for its laid-back vibe and unspoiled natural beauty. It’s a place where soft, white-sand beaches meet blue sky and clear, turquoise water, where palm trees sway to ocean breezes, and the days feel a little slower and more relaxed. There…
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Sunday Manifest: Lake Travis, TX

It’s been said that any day on the lake is a good day, and that’s especially true if you’re talking about the uniquely beautiful Lake Travis, located in the laid-back Texas Hill Country just northwest of Austin. With its stunning, crystal-clear blue water—thanks to a limestone lake bottom—and massive size, this “Crown Jewel” of the…
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Sunday Manifest: Martha’s Vineyard

Lovingly called “The Vineyard” by locals, Martha’s Vineyard has long been the summer vacation destination of choice for ex-presidents and other celebrities looking for a quiet coastal getaway. Don’t be surprised if you run into Bill Murray having lunch at an outdoor café or Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen taking in a show at the…
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Sunday Manifest: Nashville, TN

If cities had soundtracks, none would sound quite like Nashville. Tennessee’s Music City combines country, bluegrass, rock, pop, Americana, gospel, classical, jazz, and blues—all in perfect harmony—to create one of the best places in the world to remember music’s greatest performers, see today’s top artists, and maybe discover the next big thing. While the music…
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Three Picks for a Great Family-Friendly Summer Vacation

Planning a family vacation can be tricky. From finding a destination that everyone can agree on and choosing dates that work with the adults’ time off as well as school schedules, to researching travel and hotel options, planning things to see and do while you’re there, making reservations, deciding what to pack, and more—there’s a…
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