After months of heated debate, local officials agreed this spring to make it easier and less expensive for mobile food vendors to operate in the city.
To vote, click HERE and find the listing for Sleeping Bear Dunes. Visitors to the site can vote once every 24 hours.
“Birds of Paradise” is a story of daring expeditions, world culture, extreme evolution and conservation, as only National Geographic can present.
Each year, hundreds of birdwatchers migrate to the dunelands of Northwestern Michigan with their binoculars and notebooks to enjoy the region’s many birding opportunities.
“Who would have predicted that nature escapes would claim seven of the top ten spots?” he wrote.
“We’ve already sold more advance tickets than we did last year, especially after ‘Sugar Man” took best documentary at the Oscars,” said festival organizer Andrew McFarlane.
The app will be available in online app stores by May 1 and is scheduled to go active on May 19.
The list included such destinations as Healdsburg, Calif., Bozeman, Mont., Sedona, Ariz., St. Augustine, Fla., Provincetown, Mass., Brattleboro, Vt., Door County, Wis., Galena, Ill. and Walla Walla, Wash.
Traverse City quite simply has it all, a beautiful location, a modern thriving city and activities ranging from walking along the Sleeping Bear Dunes, tasting some of the best wines the country has to offer or enjoying a swim in the bay. So pack up the car, hit the road and get ready to enjoy a view of the bay.
National Geographic says Traverse City is one of the best summer trips for 2012.