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There are several reasons to make your way out to beautiful Kennett Square, in Chester County Pennsylvania. First, it is steeped in American history. British General Sir William Howe marched through the streets on his way to the Battle of Brandywine, and the city was an essential Underground Railroad stop as many of the prominent […]

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Illuminated Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany on christmas

Berlin is a modern city that embraces it’s tumultuous history while forging toward a hopeful future. There are many reminders of history around the beautiful capital. From Brandenburg Gate to the remnants of the Berlin Wall, most Berlin tours will take you to these sites, but equally famous is the Reichstag or Parliament building which […]

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Eating Local: Where to Eat in Paris, France

by Guest Contributor on January 21, 2019

Finding where to eat in Paris France

Paris is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and with a reason. The city has a rich culture embedded in high fashion and the flavors of some of the best wines and cuisines in the world. Because of those reasons, Paris is one of the most visited cities in […]

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5 Places to Play Golf in Winter

by Guest Contributor on October 22, 2018

Even though golf is one of the favorite sports around the globe, playing it in winter is not very common. One of the reasons for this is the simple fact that golf, unlike almost every other sport, cannot be played indoors for the sheer requirement of space. Plenty of sports are played all throughout the […]

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La Poule au Pot

French food doesn’t have to be intimidating or confusing, and you’ll find that some of the regional dishes are too good to pass up. Whether you’re looking for French comfort food, an appetizer, or dessert, here are 10 regional specialties to try when you’re in France. 1. Bouchées à la Reine (Versailles) Bouchées à la […]

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Why You Need to Spend Your Vacation in Incheon, South Korea

by Guest Contributor on April 16, 2018

incheon south korea at night

If you’re thinking of planning a vacation filled with culture, escapism, and indulgence, then look no further than Incheon, South Korea. While many people just pass through Incheon after arriving at its world-renowned airport, there is so much more to this beautiful city than a quick stopover after a long flight. So, the next time you […]

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8 Tips to Prepare Cats for Car Travel

by Guest Contributor on March 5, 2018

In all my life as a cat parent, I have come to realize that cats do not like traveling very much. Mellie and I used to have this constant fight whenever I had to travel and couldn’t afford to leave her behind. She used to hate the whole travel thing and wouldn’t get into the […]

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Summer-Hopping Between the U.S. & Australia

by Guest Contributor on November 22, 2017

The US and Australia are both vast countries which fill the imagination with adventure. With many Americans choosing to swap their winters for the Australian summer and vice versa, check out the best summer attractions in each country to keep your summer going all year long. Great Barrier Reef, Australia Nothing says summer like white […]

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 Tips for Choosing the Best Massage Treatment

by Guest Contributor on November 20, 2017

Put the frantic pace of everyday life on pause and step into the calm bliss, where sensuous aromas greet you and soft, gentle music soothes your spirit. This is your moment of full and complete relaxation.  This is your time. This is time at the spa, where the ultimate experience in personal luxury meets wellness […]

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Outdoor Winter Adventure Fun in Canada

by Guest Contributor on November 6, 2017

As November arrives, winter approaches in the great white north of Canada, and the boots, snow pants, and parkas emerge from the closet as Canadians look forward to outdoor adventures. So dust off your gear, find some cabins for rent in Canada, and dig in for a magical winter season. As a native of Canada, I […]

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