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Oberlin Tours for Everyone

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to Oberlin, which is why Kendal resident Kathy Hazelton decided to organize an outing for 16 Kendal residents and 2 staff members. “My husband and I joined Kendal a few months before the pandemic hit and didn’t have time to explore Oberlin much before that.  As we were coming out of the restrictions, I

America's Treasured Places: Our National Parks

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, and they belong to all of us. Have you found your park yet? Ready to Plan Your Next Adventure? Visit unusual, educational, and exciting travel destinations with the help of Kendal at Oberlin's free eGuide,  Planning Your Next Adventure: Must-Sees and Travel Tips.  Get My Travel Guide This article

Ohio Trails for Wine, Writers and the White House

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A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor. Why Oberlin? A Guide to Dining, Shopping, and Attractions Discover a few of the restaurants, shops, and one-of-a-kind experiences you can only find in Oberlin!  Check Out Oberlin Attractions   In the past, Molly Kavanaugh frequently wrote about Kendal

The Why and How of Travel

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thrive on novelty, and travel offers the complete package with new faces, sounds and sights," she says. Here are 4 more reasons why travel can makes us happier: We are more likely to engage in conversations with strangers, whether it’s in a pub or on a bus, and these social interactions bring joy. We