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While some travelers hit the beach, others go camping, and others fly to Europe, most U.S. travelers stay close to home. For those who are interested in something quirky, educational and fun to do this summer, a factory tour fits the bill.
Just like movie theaters, highways and ice cream parlors in the summer, the lines and crowds at the country's most popular parks threaten to take away from their grandeur and charm. Here are five ways to take in the mega parks without the mega headaches.
From food fests, to racing, to brewing bonanzas, we round up the nation's best summer events for the entire family.
Our destination: The Black Hills, that mystical section of far western South Dakota that the Lakota Souix called the Paha Sapa, "the heart of everything that is."
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From godo50@charter.net: "I have just started to plan a trip to Greece with my daughter for early June 2008. I have booked three nights at the Attalos Hotel in Athens."
From tymick: "My husband and I are dropping our daughter off at UNR and would like to spend three days and two nights in Lake Tahoe."
From lorac: "We would like to take a tour of Mexico's Copper Canyon which would include the train ride. There are numerous travel companies that offer the trip but we cannot decide who to travel with."
From KFisk: "My wife and I are planning to spend about 10 days in Peru in October. Obviously, we plan to visit Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, probably for five to six days."
From EyePhoto: "My daughter lives in NYC area and thinks that I should vacation in Asbury Park. I live on a fixed income."

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