Divine Destinations Travel Club Visits Tallinn

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An ancient city, Tallinn is an area of just over 61 square miles with a population of over 430,000 residents today. First known as Reval, Tallinn dates back almost 1,000 years ago however, evidence of human settlement in the area dates back well over ... Read More >

Divine Destinations VI Explores Vermont In Spring


The Mad River Valley is a year-round recreation hub for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, fishing, horseback riding, soaring, golf and ... Read More >

Divine Destinations Travel Club Visits Mexico On A Budget

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For the last few years, Mexico has suffered a major downturn in tourism due to fighting and drug related violence in many of its states. As many areas of Mexico continue to fight, millions of tourists are once again beginning to flock to the areas of ... Read More >

Divine Destinations Reviews Philadelphia


The city of Philadelphia is the fifth most populous city in the U.S. and second largest after New York on the East Coast. Home to a city populous of 1.5 million and a greater metro population of 6 million, Philadelphia dates back to the 1600’s. ... Read More >

Happy National Lighthouse Day

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Lighthouses are symbols of light in the darkness and have led ships out of the dark and into the light for hundreds of years since their creation. To honor these symbols of history and safety, National Lighthouse Day was established in ... Read More >