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Spring Time Destinations

Spring Travel

It’s that time of the year again, where flowers are blooming, the weather is changing and the sun is shining. This is also the time where some people enjoy getting on the road and traveling to their favorite spring destinations. Below we’ve listed four spring vacations that’ll have you asking if you can stay longer.

  • Portland, Ore.
    • Taste of the Nation
      • Do you enjoy getting together for food and wine for a good cause? Well, if you said yes, this event would be fantastic for you and your friends or significant other. Taking place on May 7, tickets are $85 and the event will be supporting Share Our Strengths’ efforts in ending childhood hunger.
    • Portland Japanese Garden
      • Want to get away and just relax? Maybe a trip just for you? We have the perfect spot for you! With five gardens sitting on 5.5 acres, the Portland Japanese Garden promotes tranquility, peace and harmony.
      • With its graceful scenery, this spot is for the traveler who is truly looking to getaway and be surrounded by a sense of calmness.
  • Washington, D.C.
    • Passport D.C.
      • This event is a month-long celebration promoting international cultural awareness. It brings many different activities for attendees such as the Around the World Embassy Tour – representing six continents, where more than 40 embassies gather to showcase their cultures to attendees.
    • Mount Vernon’s Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tours
      • Celebrating the history of wine in Virginia, the Mount Vernon Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tours brings people to George Washington’s estate. Enjoy the sunset while you listen to live jazz. Take a tour of the Mansion all while sampling wines and learning about the “Founding Father’s wine endeavors.”
      • If you’re wondering when tickets go on sale…April 1!
  • Sedona, Ariz.
    • Horseback Riding
      • Want to tour the Red Rock Country on horseback? Well, you are in luck. Travel the land, have dinner in the mountains or cross creeks on horseback. Sightseeing will never be the same.
    • Birding
      • Yes, this is actually what it reads…taking in the view of beautiful birds! The Sedona and the Verde Valley are great places to bird watch. It attracts “nearly a third of the 900 species of birds in the U.S. and Canada.” This provides fun and a beautiful atmosphere for the family.
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
    • Deep Cove Canoe and Kayak
      • Want to hit the water and have some fun this spring? If you’re visiting Vancouver, make sure you stop by Deep Cove Canoe and Kayak. Between guided tours, lessons or stand up paddling, fun for all is sure to be had.
    • Granville Island
      • If you guessed that Granville Island was a peninsula and shopping center in Vancouver, you guessed correctly! From waterfront restaurants to theatres and fun for the kids, this calls for a day at Granville Island. Just see what we’re talking about here: http://granvilleisland.com/discover-island/visitors-guide.
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