North America


You don’t need to fly half way across the world or even the country to travel or to get in the traveler’s mindset. Finding a new part of town in the area where you live is a much more affordable way to seek new experiences and even learn a little more about the place where you live. I took a staycation and spent the night at...

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I always try to make the most of conferences by taking time to explore the area while I am there. I recently visited Fort Lauderdale, Florida for TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange), “the world’s largest gathering of travel bloggers, writers, new media content creators, and social media savvy travel industry professionals”. Although I wasn’t in town for long, I did have some time before TBEX to explore...

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We passed by people carrying around coffins, rows of hearses lined up outfitted with skulls, halloween-style decorations, skeletons, and more, and there were all kinds of people wearing crazy outfits. No, this was not Halloween. This is actually in March at a festival called Frozen Dead Guy Days in the small mountain town of Nederland, Colorado. Who’s the Dead Guy, and How Did He End...

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If you’re heading to the cultural center of Northern California, you’ll want to fit right in and see the real San Francisco. Here are the top seven tips on how to enjoy this wonderfully eclectic city like a local. Sunday Brunch Drag Show One of the best ways to get to grips with any city you’ve just arrived in is to get up high and take it...

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For a city that has more than 300 years of US history embedded into its past, it is a historical attraction that you won’t want to miss. The town was incorporated in 1635 and was Massachusetts’ first non-tidal water town. On April 19, 1775 it was the site of one of the most significant battles of the American Revolution as it was the battle that kicked off the war...

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When you see what the Northeastern United States looks like on a map, it may seem like any other small section of a large country. However, this area is packed full of the largest cities in the nation, including the capital Washington D.C. With so much going on in this small area, it is an ideal place to visit when traveling around the United States since...

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I thought about writing my standard post about my recent visit to Rocky Mountain National Park, but I decided to switch things up because these photos speak so much more than words could. Although the photos don’t do justice to the beauty that resides in the park, they will give you a small slice of what you can expect. Make sure to get all the way...

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When you think about where to go for your next trip, North Dakota is probably not one of the destinations to cross your mind. Sitting at the top of the Midwest region of the United States, North Dakota tends to get forgotten in the minds of travelers drawn to the major metropolises of the country. Get ahead of the game and avoid falling into that trap. Don’t...

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Located at the center of the town square, Concord’s Colonial Inn has witnessed hundreds of years of history in the making outside its front door. I was looking forward to exploring the history during my visit to Concord, but I was even more excited when I discovered that I could spend the night at the Colonial Inn, a building that has seen the town and the community develop...

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