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Historical Glass Museum

Over 6,000 examples of Glassware pieces from 1800s to 21st century art glass.
Admission by donation.Open Saturdays and Sundays 12:00 - 4:00


1157 N. Orange St. Redlands, CA 92374


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Women on the Go!

A growing interest has emerged in recent years for trips designed specifically for women. The realization that “Women are from Venus and Men are from Mars” has spilled over into an acknowledgment that women’s interests often take a different focus than those of men in the activities and points of interest while on a vacation. This is not to say couples should not travel together, but rather that in addition to a family vacation or a trip with a spouse women also enjoy traveling together.

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The Ultimate Haunted Redlands Tour

Redlands is one of the oldest cities in California and is one of those small communities that seem to hold their small town charm… except when it comes to being haunted. Redlands is considered by many to be the ultimate Ghost Town. The majority of the houses are very old, Victorian in architecture, and come with a long rich history that is the substance of many a ghost story. This is a self-guided tour. All homes are privately owned with the exception of Kimberly Crest. BONUS: How to make tombstones on a budget after Kimberly Crest's information.

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Switzerland is more than Skiing!

Most travelers go to Switzerland to experience the alpine peaks and to ski. This article beautifully describes the delights associated with also visiting the Swiss cities of Zurich, Lucerne and Lausanne, detailing how they
“… offer wonderful and interesting art, colorful old towns and beautiful waterfront settings worthy of a visit on your way to the slopes.” Specific attractions of these wonderful urban centers are detailed, including Zurich’s Backer Park and it’s red light district and, just one-hour south, Lucerne’s medieval Chapel Bridge. Finally, highlights of the city of Lausanne, perched “elegantly above Lake Geneva,” and home to the International Olympic Committee since 1915, are provided for the potential traveler to Switzerland.

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