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Just the highlights: 9 things you must do in Panama City

Just the highlights: 9 things you must do in Panama City

Panama City is big. It’s vibrant, loud and chaotic and if you don’t stay on high alert at all times, the city could easily swallow you up. What makes this energetic metropolis interesting is it’s chronic diversity. Not only is it a melting pot for international cuisine akin to the likes of Los Angeles, it’s…

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By Christina, September 14, 2017
A romantic anniversary getaway to Huntington Beach

A romantic anniversary getaway to Huntington Beach

Well, we made it. Steve and I are celebrating 5 crazy, wonderful, adventurous years together. This anniversary was quite a milestone for us. We’ve traveled through ten countries together, countless cities, and had some hilarious moments along the way. I’m telling you guys, I got a good one. When it came to planning our anniversary,…

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By Christina, August 14, 2017
7 heavenly treats you must eat in Florence, Italy

7 heavenly treats you must eat in Florence, Italy

While I wouldn’t classify myself as a bonafide “foodie,” I do have a soft spot for all things snacks and sweets, I’m talkin’ gelato and fried zucchini! Despite my tempestuous relationship with food involving my being vegetarian plus allergic to basically half of the food pyramid, when in Italy I feel compelled to throw my…

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By Christina, July 10, 2017
11 common myths and truths surrounding travel to Cuba

11 common myths and truths surrounding travel to Cuba

Cuba remains a mysterious place to many people, specifically Americans who are now again prohibited from visiting the country. Fortunately for me, I was able to slip in and out in the short time span that Americans were legally allowed to visit. In addition to having the time of my life, I discovered that there…

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By Christina, June 21, 2017
A survival guide for spending the summer in Europe

A survival guide for spending the summer in Europe

In 2015 I spent part of the summer in Europe and swore never again to return during the crowded and hot summer months. Especially not to Southern Europe, where the scorching sun is insufferable. Don’t get me wrong, it was an incredible experience. I simply hadn’t anticipated how crowded it would be, throw hot temperatures in the…

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By Christina, June 4, 2017
An easy guide for American travel to Cuba

An easy guide for American travel to Cuba

Ahh Cuba. The beautifully misrepresented country which was off limits to American tourists for over fifty years. The conflict between the U.S. and Cuba reached it’s ultimate climax with the Cuban Missile Crisis, setting forth an over fifty year embargo — the longest in modern history. The Cubans coined it “The Blockade” to describe the prohibition of American travel to…

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By Christina, May 4, 2017
A day of breathtaking beauty in the Swiss Alps

A day of breathtaking beauty in the Swiss Alps

If variety is the spice of life than Switzerland is the only spice you need. This country offers a smorgasbord of terrain, from the glassy calm waters of Lake Lucerne to the rugged peaks and valleys of the Swiss Alps to the Alpine slopes showered with yellow wildflowers… it’s a visual spectrum that just keeps…

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By Christina, March 31, 2017
A travel guide for the best sightseeing in Lucerne, Switzerland

A travel guide for the best sightseeing in Lucerne, Switzerland

Nestled beneath the sky scraping Alps, conveniently situated in Central Europe, and inhabited by some of the friendliest people anywhere, Lucerne is a vibrant and historic city bursting at the seams with character. From the old town to the Old Chapel Bridge, follow this travel guide for the best sightseeing in Lucerne, Switzerland! Getting There If you’re already…

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By Christina, March 20, 2017
Walking Rome: Strut your way through the city’s best sights

Walking Rome: Strut your way through the city’s best sights

Exploring a big city like Rome on foot can be intimidating when your goal is to cover a lot of ground in a short amount of time. Have no fear! This tour makes walking Rome a treat, featuring iconic landmarks and beautiful scenery. While Rome is a huge city, each neighborhood is lively with its own heartbeat,…

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By Christina, January 28, 2017
Visiting Cinque Terre – The Italian Riviera’s Colorful Paradise

Visiting Cinque Terre – The Italian Riviera’s Colorful Paradise

A colorful coastal paradise, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an heirloom of Italian tradition; visiting Cinque Terre offers a body of five villages that bleeds old-world charm, untouched by modernization. Visiting Cinque Terre You won’t find busy highways or gas stations here… The Ligurian region of Western Italy offers a myriad of vividly colored homes and the best pesto you’ll…

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By Christina, October 14, 2016
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