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Visit Seabiscuit Cafe in Mackinac Island
OrrKids Bike Shop
Visit OrrKids Bike Shop in Mackinac Island
Chippewa Hotel Waterfront
Visit Chippewa Hotel Waterfront in Mackinac Island
Charming island and peninsula, with great beaches. Despite all of its charms, it's often overlooked by tourists and area residents alike, which keeps it relatively uncrowded. The seven islands of Newport Beach Harbor lie cradled inside Balboa Peninsula, and are some of the most expensive real estate in Southern California. Homes costing $1.5 million and up are surrounded by one of the world's largest small yacht harbors. Newport Beach is a quiet, relaxed place where you're more likely to meet the harbor patrol than the highway patrol, and you'll hear more birds than automobiles.
Put-in-Bay is an incorporated village located on South Bass Island, Ottawa County, Ohio, United States. The village is a popular summer resort and recreational destination. Ferry service connects it with Catawba Island, Kelleys Island, Port Clinton, and Sandusky, Ohio.
Located just 7 miles off Massachusetts coastline, the beautiful island of Martha's Vineyard is a world apart, offering a vacation ambience unlike any other. Explore the diversity of our six island towns, take long walks along our pristine shores, and step back in time to a more leisurely pace.
Shop in nearby sea coast village of Greenport, or world class outlets in Riverhead. Visit our 8 lighthouses, our natural resources and wildlife. We are a short ferry ride to Shelter Island, the Hamptons, casinos and New England. Wonderful to visit all seasons.
Angoon is a city on Admiralty Island in Hoonah-Angoon Census Area, Alaska, United States. At the 2000 census the population was 572. The name in Tlingit, Aangoon, means roughly "isthmus town."
Bell Island is an island located off Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula in Conception Bay. Measuring 9 km in length and 3 km in width, Bell Island has an area of 34 km². The soil is composed of Ordovician sandstone and shale with red hematite.
With an area of only 37 square miles, the island of St. Maarten/St. Martin is the smallest land mass in the world to be divided between two governments. Its dual owners are the Dutch and the French, who have shared the tiny and paradisical island more or less peacefully for almost 350 years. This understated absence of conflict testifies to one of the island's most precious and attractive characteristics--its unusual serenity.