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A lively and welcoming city in modern times, Edinburgh shows traces of human activity since as early as 8500 BC. Edinburgh officially became the capital of Scotland in 1437 and has seen countless visitors walk their streets ever since. Many years of history have left their mark on this Scottish city, developing into cobbled alleys, detailed architecture, royal ties, and timeless collections that make up...

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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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One area of the world that I have not yet had the luxury of visiting is Asia. This continent is home to some of the most spectacular cities in the world, like Kyoto, Japan and Siem Reap, Cambodia. These major cities are complemented by vast countryside, making up an appealing combination throughout Asia of secluded and fast-paced environments. Although I could go on for much...

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The luck of the Irish and St. Patrick’s Day are some things that may come to mind when thinking about Dublin, or Ireland in general. However, there is a lot more to Dublin than these popular notions. Visiting a city that makes it simple to navigate, easy to find affordable accommodation, and has lots of fun activities and festivals makes Dublin an ideal destination for all...

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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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Ireland is commonly associated with drinking and its prominent pub culture. While the country does have the second highest alcohol consumption per capita in the world, pubs are also a common meeting place in the same way that cafes are in many other countries. Finding a pub won’t be hard in Dublin, Ireland’s capital, but aside from the many things to do in the city,...

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More than a thousand years of history, mystery, and tradition have shaped Edinburgh into the Scottish city it is today. The city offers plenty to do no matter what type of traveler you are or who you’re traveling with. Read on to get lost in Edinburgh’s enchantment and find inspiration to start planning your next trip! Settled Upon Extinct Volcanoes At the highest point in...

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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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