United States

Jet Off to the Sunshine

January 16, 2013
Florida

If you want to escape the unpredictable British weather and get some Vitamin D, jet off to Florida! You’ll find a great range of tour operators’ deals at a price you can afford. So getting some much needed sunshine won’t cost you the earth. Once you’ve decided to take the plunge and head off over the Atlantic, […]

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Famous Roads in the United States

October 3, 2012
Crooked Lombard Street

Last Stop: Hollywood Blvd! If you were to take a tour of all the famous streets in the United States, you would find yourself jetting all over the country. There are plenty of famous streets that tourists flock to in this country, no matter what kind of vacation they are looking for. New Orleans is […]

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Austin City Limits Festival Tickets Promises to Delight

September 4, 2012
Austin City Limits Festival

Austin City Limits Festival tickets are on sale for the 2012 event October 12-14 in Zilker Park. The festival promises to be even better this year, with a fantastic lineup of headline acts. The park will have eight stages and 130 bands. With legendary rock star Neil Young and his band Crazy Horse as one […]

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Circle of Wits

August 6, 2012
Cuba Capitol Dome

Outwitted by Edwin Markham (1852-1940) He drew a circle that shut me out — Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. But Love and I had the wit to win: We drew a circle that took him in! Have you ever experienced prejudice or adversity on your travels? How have you handled it?

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Secret Destinations

August 3, 2012
Double Rainbow in California

I find that traveling allows me to discover myself in ways I could not otherwise do so. I’ve found strength, courage, and daring on my travels. I’ve had the strength to keep going when physically and mentally tired. I’ve had the courage to try new things outside of my comfort zone. I’ve had daring to […]

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The 10 Wildest Little Known Festivals in the World (Part 2)

July 2, 2012
If you're not careful your face can stick in that expression.

Last time we spoke about five odd but super fun sounding festivals held around the world. Today we continue that topic with five more crazy awesome festivals. Which one would you attend? 6. The Redneck Games This festival was created out of the offense taken by media implications that the 1996 Olympic games in Atlanta […]

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The 20 Most Popular Tourist Spots in New York City

June 14, 2012
Times Square

1. Statue of Liberty A gift from the French, the Statue of Liberty once greeted every immigrant coming into the United States. 2. Central Park Take a walk through the world famous central park, which includes gardens, forest, hills, lakes and a very large lawn. 3. Times Square Located right in the middle of the […]

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Top 5 Affordable Summer Vacations

May 25, 2012
Santa Monica Pier at dusk.

Guest Blog by Alexandra Jacobs Start making big plans for a summer exotic vacation priced just right. You don’t need to spend a fortune to live large on an exciting summer getaway. Pick a destination out of a hat or take a few tips from the top 5 summer vacations that you can afford. 1. […]

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15 US National Parks You Shouldn’t Miss

January 20, 2012
Great Sand Dunes National Park

From Florida to Hawaii, and from the Canadian border to the Mexican border, America’s National Parks are a treasure-trove of natural beauty and recreation. Here’s a list of 15 of the best national parks in the USA that you absolutely shouldn’t miss. The National Park pictures are alone worth the price of admission 1. Big […]

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