North America


Denver is home to all kinds of museums highlighting the culture of the city and the American West in general. Their museums cover topics from arts to history to nature, and so much more. This guide to the best museums in Denver only scratches the surface of the abundance of museums to choose from in the city, so use this as a starting point to...

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When you think of Wyoming, do women immediately come to mind? They didn’t for me either, until recently. It turns out, Wyoming led the charge for women’s rights from early on. In fact, this contributed to why it took so long for Wyoming to become an official state. Lawmakers in Washington didn’t like that women had the right to vote in Wyoming, and demanded that they...

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A well known part of Colorado’s ski country, Breckenridge, or Breck as the locals call it, is a mountain town you’ve probably heard of. But there’s a lot more to do in Breckenridge than just skiing. It’s packed with an interesting history, and no matter what season it is, Breck will keep you entertained! Established back in the 1850s, gold was found along the Blue...

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It’s a magical place, Québec City. It’s like a trip to Europe without ever leaving North America. Its quaint city streets, Québécois culture, and traditional cuisine have all the charm and history you need without crossing the pond. Don’t worry about renting a car — it’s a walkable city and Uber is readily available for any trips further out of Old Quebec. The city is predominantly...

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Every so often, a true relaxation vacation is needed. A trip where the primary purpose is lying on a beach or by a pool somewhere with a juicy read and endless daiquiris. Brandon and I were recently overdue for a trip like this, so I started searching for destinations where Southwest flies since he has Southwest companion pass status. Cancún seemed like the easy solution,...

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Park City, Utah began as a mining town back in 1868 when silver was discovered in the hills. After some hard times, the economy took a turn for the worst in the mid-1900’s and Park City turned into a ghost town. That is, until a group of determined citizens decided to turn their beloved town into a ski resort. Old mining carts were replaced by ski lifts, and lift passes for the...

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A summertime girl’s getaway to Mackinac Island proved to be the perfect quiet retreat to slow down and disconnect while enjoying a more simple nineteenth-century way of living without cars. After the first automobile drove the roads of Mackinac Island, it didn’t take long for automobiles (or, “horseless carriages” as the locals called them) to be banned completely on the island in 1898. Make the most of...

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With a rating as prestigious as number one in Utah by Zagat, The Mariposa at Deer Valley Resort is a winning selection for dining in Park City. Upon entering, the warm fire instantly thawed the bitter cold I left behind on the other side of the door. We were quickly shown to our table in an intimate room with only a few other tables, alongside another crackling...

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Park City, Utah is made up of a mere 8,128 residents (as of 2015), yet it is also home to the largest ski resort in the United States. Park City even hosted nearly half of the events in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games! I was quickly enamored with this small, colorful town that brought in visitors from all over the world. The snowcapped peaks grew larger as our plane...

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