Posted on November 30, 2015 by Milou van Roon in Travel
In San Francisco, every neighborhood is like it’s own little town: it has its own personality and places to discover. And with its famous cable cars, Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and sea lions, San Francisco seems to not know the meaning of ‘dull moments.’ Discover more about one of the most eclectic cities in the United States.
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Posted on November 24, 2015 by Rana Good in Travel
The holidays are just around the corner and if gifts are on your mind we’ve made a special list for you. NYC is full of one-of-a-kind small businesses and brands, so this year bypass the big retail houses and give something unique to this city. Below are ten gifts that are certain to delight.
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Posted on November 23, 2015 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
During a recent trip to St. Louis, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on November 19, 2015 by Valerie Caulin in Travel
Asia beckons visitors to see its awe-inspiring structures, explore its villages and modern cities, and enjoy the unique culture and traditions. With the majority of its territories enjoying eternal sunshine and tropical temperatures, Asia is home to a number of the best islands in the world.
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Posted on November 18, 2015 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Road trips: the epitome of adventure. Especially the kind where you and some friends hop in a van, blast some music, and set off without any clear plan in sight. But unfortunately any great road trip involves lots of sitting in the same position for hours at a time, munching on unhealthy snacks from gas stations and going out for a meal at the only place that’s open: the closest McDonalds, Taco Bell or Pizza Hut. Luckily it’s quite easy to make long drives much healthier if you follow these tips!
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Posted on November 17, 2015 by Jessica Buck in Travel
Landmarks, icons, monuments... they all define certain cities, countries and even continents. They in their own right make some places worth seeing, and most become symbols of their destinations without even meaning to. What happens when you ask a travel blogger to give you the lo-down on the best landmarks in the world? You get a top notch list of some wanderlust-inducing destinations from all corners of the globe…
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Posted on November 16, 2015 by Rana Good in Travel
The U.S. is slowly but surely falling in love with soccer. For years Americans seemed fairly indifferent to the sport, but with the recent Women’s World Cup victory and the growth of Major League Soccer the number of fans is growing daily. If you’ve caught the soccer bug and are visiting New York City here’s how you can play and celebrate the sport with the perfect soccer-themed day.
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Posted on November 13, 2015 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Saying Minneapolis is only known as the home of the biggest mall in the United States, the Mall of America, would be selling it short. Actually: the city is not just the capital of Minnesota (which is stuffed full with gorgeous lakes), the city also has a great arts scene. If you’ve never been to the Twin Cities, it’s time to change that!
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