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Foodies on the Road: Don't Miss These 10 Farmers Markets Across the U.S. hero image
Posted on June 29, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
If you like your food fresh and green, rather than disguised in inexplicable lists of letters and numbers, farmer markets are your place to go. Friendly growers can tell you exactly where your food was originally farmed – and how it is best prepared. There’s nothing quite like a good farmers market, with the infinite free samples only as an added bonus.
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Underwater Art Worth Traveling For: A Look at Our 7 Favorite Underwater Sculptures hero image
Posted on June 28, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Eerily beautiful is probably the best way to describe underwater sculpture gardens. They are often created to protect the natural reefs from tourists and, with that, destruction. About 10 years ago, Jason deCaires Taylor created the first underwater sculpture park off the west coast of Grenada. For these parks, he created many sculptures with different stories. By now there’s four underwater sculpture parks worldwide. Let’s learn more about seven different underwater sculptures, their stories and where they are located!
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5 Things to Know Before Renting a Campervan in Australia as an American hero image
Posted on June 27, 2016 by Jennifer Morilla in Travel
Australia is such a beautiful country and typically the thing to do is rent a bus or campervan and travel throughout Australia and explore! As an American it had always been a dream of mine to rent a campervan and just travel around. I had been living in Sydney for 7 months and I although I only got to experience a small part of the campervan life, I loved it!
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Hotel Review: Hampton Inn Charleston-Historic District, South Carolina hero image
Posted on June 24, 2016 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
On a recent trip to Charleston, South Carolina, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Hampton Inn Charleston-Historic District hotel. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Summer is Here and That Means It’s Time to Road Trip the California Coast hero image
Posted on June 23, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
There is no such thing as a boring road trip when it comes to traveling from Los Angeles to San Francisco, especially this time of year. You can take several routes, but we really recommend going up the coastal route, Highway 1, which is often referred to as the most beautiful road in the world. And while the best part of your road trip will be the sights that you see from the driver’s seat, it would be a shame to drive up the California Coast without making a few stops along the way. Here are the spots that you shouldn’t miss along your coastal drive.
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7 Spectacular Places to Get Your Om On hero image
Posted on June 22, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Yogis rejoice! There are tons of awesome places to get centered and strike a pose. Yes, yoga centers and gyms are great places to do yoga. You could even do yoga alone at home, but sometimes you just need a change of atmosphere and at times during a work or personal trip, you might not consider some outside of the box options – and truly, after reading this list, you will be mad at yourself if you happened to be in one of these cites, had time for yoga, and didn’t check out one of these amazing locations to get your yoga on.
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15 Festivals Around the World to Add to Your Bucket List hero image
Posted on June 21, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Festivals are not just a great and fun way to get an insight into the life of locals. It’s also a fascinating way to get accustomed to traditions. From throwing water or dye at people, to gigantic electronic music gatherings, here is a list of 15 festivals and parties that you should attend. These following events have gathered millions of people from all over the world. Why not add some of them to your bucket list?
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21 Havasupai, Grand Canyon Pics That Will Inspire An Off-the-Beaten Path Vacation hero image
Posted on June 20, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
On a recent trip to the Grand Canyon, travel writer David Duran was able to gain access to one of the canyon’s best kept secrets, Havasupai.
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