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Discovering Authentic Austin

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Austin, Texas has really seen a major boom in tourism over the last few years. Known for its famous South by Southwest festival, the city seems to get more and more vibrant every year, and offers loads of active travel options. If the Texas capital’s popularity has piqued your interest, guest contributor Cheryl Rodewig is […]

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Cetara, Italy

Three Unexpected Day Trips From Salerno, Italy

Cetara, Italy

Updated 06.24.2018. Located in Campania, Italy, the port city of Salerno acts as a popular hub for tourists making their way to Positano and Amalfi. While enchanting towns along the Amalfi coast are numerous, they’re often overcrowded and commercialized. Guest contributor, Lauren Palumbo from Lauren Relocated, shows us how to travel like a local on your […]

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Finding Modern Morocco in Granada, Spain

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Updated 04.23.2018: Along with most European countries, exploring Spain means encountering endless traces of history that have made the country what it is today. However, Granada, Spain, certainly stands out for its many modern customs that pay respect to the region’s Moorish past. Today’s guest contributor, Naomi Elster, takes us on a visit to the city’s […]

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Beautiful Downtown Chicken Alaska

Beautiful Downtown Chicken

Beautiful Downtown Chicken Alaska

Updated 06.01.2017 Driving the Top of the World Highway from Dawson City, Yukon to its intersect with Alaska Highway, there are few places to stop for lunch if you’re thinking of purchasing something. After the road changes names to Taylor Highway and descends into the 40 Mile Valley, you’ll discover the community of Chicken, the […]

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Food fun in Park City

Summer Aventures in Park City, Utah

Food fun in Park City

Anyone who has had the opportunity to visit Utah knows just how beautiful the state really is. Among its world-renowned ski options, nature lovers can explore the incredibly diverse natural beauty of Utah’s mountain ranges, sand dunes and incredible rock formations, perfect for boomers looking for active travel . Today, in a sponsored article from …

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