Tag: History


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 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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New York City is known for supplying tourists with endless attractions and events, but sometimes it’s easy to forget just how much history is on display throughout the city. From famous landmarks to historical sites that blend into the urban environment, New York has a lot to offer for any traveler with a healthy curiosity of our nation’s past. If you fall into that crowd,...

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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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  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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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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Discover the literary history, friendly people, and welcoming pubs in Dublin, Ireland’s largest city and its capital. Dublin’s rich heritage and cheerful atmosphere make for the perfect destination for all travelers, especially for those on a budget. Dublin budget travel is absolutely attainable. To begin with, getting into town from the airport is easy and affordable. I booked my Aircoach ticket online for just €6,...

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Last weekend I visited the Chicago History Museum and was able to see a whole lot of cool background of Chicago in the making. Growing up so close to Chicago I was lucky enough to be able to visit the city often, so I have always had an interest in the city’s history. Recently I have taken action on that interest and started reading up...

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“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” –Mark Twain Following up from the reblog I posted yesterday, I would like to talk more about embracing different cultures and the importance of doing so. Whether you are traveling or right in your own hometown, learning to be open to other cultures and their differences is one of the best skills you could have. You may be...

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