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    Last Updated: April 26, 2012

    1. I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the
    2. “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring
  1. true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring

    • cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring cities, neighboring I’ll always remember the summer of 2008 as a dream come true, full of rock concerts and soft pretzels. Like many other families across the country, we were perfecting the art of the “staycation.” People were rediscovering the glory of their own cities, neighboring