North America


  During my last visit to Boston I decided to take the opportunity to do an overnight trip to one of the city’s surrounding towns. When I zoomed out on the map, Concord caught my eye. A small town packed with loads of history? I was sold! Although it was just before Patriot’s Day (when more of their attractions open and places have longer summer...

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If you’re going to splurge on anything in San Diego, spend your money on the food! There are so many delicious choices for all meals, including dessert. Whether you are craving Italian, Japanese, American, or something totally different, there is a high chance you will find something in San Diego that suits your preferences. Check out some of my favorites below, and let me know...

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It’s hard to go wrong when it comes to food in Chicago. You have options for just about any type of cuisine at all price ranges across the city. Check out the highlights of a few of my many classic Chicago favorites that you can start with during your next trip to the Windy City. Athena Greek Restaurant The food in Greek Town is amazing...

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Only about a four hour flight from most North American destinations, Dallas is easily accessible and well-known worldwide. It is the ninth largest city in the nation and is the host of the annual Texas State Fair, a popular event for locals and visitors alike. Aside from being known for the Dallas Cowboys football team and the 1980s ‘Dallas’ TV show, Dallas is also the site of the tragic...

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In Chicago, there is no shortage of activities to keep you busy no matter what time of year you choose to visit. Aside from the iconic parks, festivals, theaters, museums, and shopping, Chicago’s picturesque skyline reflected in the waters of Lake Michigan is a sight to see for every traveler to the Windy City. Despite the popular reputation of the city, budget travelers have no...

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The fateful day of November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade through Dallas in an open-top convertible. To educate both US citizens and foreign visitors of this unfortunate event, Dallas has a variety of tours and museums honoring the late president and raising questions as to what really happened that day. I chose the following tour and museum visit during...

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While the tropical beach destinations and theme park vacations are standard for many, there are so many other unique trip opportunities around the world that you could be missing out on. Although they may not be the perfect choice for everyone, I’ve compiled a list of a few alternative vacation destinations that will keep things interesting for your next trip and are sure to leave a memorable...

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Whether you are looking for your next family vacation destination or if you are in dire need of another getaway with your best friends, look no further than Copper Mountain! No matter what season it is, there are always plenty of activities to do and affordable places to stay that are perfect for traveling as a larger group. Read on for my top five reasons why your...

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When Brandon and I visited Copper Mountain last month, we had skiing and snowboarding on our mind. Little did we know how fantastic the other parts of the resort were, like the many food choices available. It’s nearly impossible to go wrong with restaurants at Copper Mountain. Prepare yourself, because writing this even made me crave some of this food again! Although not the most...

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