There is nothing wrong with decorating your house in twinkling Christmas lights. However, after the holiday that just passed, you might have noticed, as you wrapped them around a mantel or a window frame, the only thing about these lights is the chord is rather thick and visible to the naked eye.
A happy alternative to these more traditional lights, and something to keep in mind for the next holiday season or for your next decorating need, is LED lights. You can find them almost anywhere. These strings of lights are usually on thin copper cords and battery operated. Stock up on AA batteries if you go this route. These lights can be seamlessly taped into place or placed inside a glass jar or vase to create a homemade lantern. The battery packs remain cool and can be hidden pretty easily.
A string of 50 LED lights will run you about $6, along with the additional cost of batteries while a string of 120 lights will be about $10. Ideas about how to decorate with these abound on the internet, so a little research will go a long way. Some ideas include using the lights to write an inspirational word on a wall or using them as a colorful clothes line on which to pin beloved photographs. The possibilities are endless.
Towns throughout the United States have historical backgrounds that make up the entirety of what America is today. The small town of Roebling, New Jersey, is home to a historic steel mill that was once booming with 8,000 workers who made the steel cables that constructed the Brooklyn Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge and the George Washington Bridge.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Fall is an amazing time to visit Newfoundland and Labrador. Not sure where to start planning your itinerary? Try these five favorites.
Many travelers have hitchhiked in the Scottish highlands safely, meeting interesting people along the way. It’s not too uncommon to hitchhike in that area. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule and it can be dangerous to partake. Don’t hitchhike alone and always have a back-up plan or a plan of escape for emergencies.
Laurel Hill Cemetery is a historic cemetery located in Philadelphia. Designated a National Historic Landmark, the property also features an outdoor sculpture garden and horticultural attractions on its 78-acre space. The cemetery hosts numerous events perfect for the fall season.