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Running Low on Euros? FREE Attractions in Dublin

Running Low on Euros? FREE Attractions in Dublin
If you’re light on cash at the end of a trip to Dublin – don’t hit the ATM again just yet. There are a few Free Attractions in Dublin that will see you through your vacation without breaking the bank. Some are in the center of the city while others will lure you away from familiar territory and into neighborhoods you might not have otherwise explored. Dublin is an expensive city, but luckily, the Irish value their art, history, and literature and think it should be free and available...
April 9th, 2010 | Jessica Colley | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Art, featuredarticle, Free Attractions, museums

100 Days of Summer: June Walking Tours in Alabama

Are you free, say around 10 a.m., this Saturday or any of the other Saturdays in June? If you are, and happen to be in Alabama with an hour to spare, why not join in on one of the 30 walking tours held throughout the state. Taking places in such cities as Birmingham, Fairhope, Selma and the Shoals area (Florence, Sheffield and Tuscumbia) these free guided tours are lead by community leaders/historians and tend focus on certain parts/themes of the cities. While walking, you have the opportunity to...
June 7th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Free Attractions, Get Outdoors, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama

Tales from the Road…Walking Around Downtown Mobile, Ala.

After lunch at Dew Drop Inn, I had some time to kill before the first Mardi Gras parade and with the rain holding off, I decided it was the perfect time to explore the downtown area. Filled with historic sites, historic buildings, eateries, galleries and boutiques, there is truly something for everyone here. Some sites of interest (and places) you don’t want to miss: Downtown is perhaps one of the last, or maybe the last places that you would expect to find a fort, but located on Royal Street...
February 17th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Attractions, Free Attractions, road trip, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Travelogues, vacation, Weekend Trip

Arts Alive…Artrageous Riverfront Art Tour in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

This Thursday, if you happen to be around the Tuscaloosa, Ala. area, make it a night out for art. During the free Artrageous Riverfront Art Tour, from 5 – 9 p.m., you have the opportunity to explore eight galleries, museums and locally-owned shops/restaurants (PDF file) promoting works of different artists (local and national) throughout downtown and Northport. According to the Tuscaloosa Arts Council, who promotes the event, says that while the media and subject matter changes month to month,...
January 7th, 2009 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: art galleries, Arts Alive, Festivals, Fairs, and Events, Free Attractions, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Tours

Holiday Traditions in the South: Lights, lights and more lights, Part II of III

Do you need a jump start to get into that holiday mood? I just might know something that’ll have you feeling that holiday spirit in no time -  lights and a lot of them. Not only does the days soon after Thanksgiving bring sales, but also large configurations of lights as well. From now until New Years, many towns and cities across the South will glow with different colors. Prepare to be dazzled from the Holiday Trail of Lights that includes Kilgore, Texas‘ “Christmas in...
November 29th, 2008 | Apryl Chapman Thomas | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Festivals, Fairs, and Events, Free Attractions, holiday lights, Holiday Traditions in the South, Southern-Byways, Things to See in Alabama, Things to See in Arkansas, Things to See in DC, Things to See in Florida, Things to See in Georgia, Things to See in Kentucky, Things to See in Louisiana, Things to See in Mississippi, Things to See in North Carolina, Things to See in South Carolina, Things to See in Tennessee, Things to See in Texas, Things to See in the South, Things to See in Virginia, Things to See in West Virginia