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Wendi Simpson14 hours ago
How to Save Money at Disney
Have you and your family been saving and planning for your Disney World vacation? Have you already checked on ticket and hotel prices? Are you wishing there was a way to save some money and still get ...
Mountain Sage2 days ago
Old Things of Fukushima
When I arrived in Japan the summer was turning late again. My Daihatsu Move was still waiting in a parking lot with its bright white finish as though I had never left. The ride from Osaka Airport was ...
Alan Russell2 days ago
Swanage - Dorset - England - Day 1
INTRODUCTION Our AirBnB was so comfortable for our first night, it forced us to have a bit of a lie in. We were just that bit too far from the coast to hear the sea, as it was such a calm day. However...
Crysta Coburn2 days ago
How to Celebrate Michigan in the Fall
Michigan is possibly at her most beautiful in the Fall. Leaves change colors, the air cools, food is preserved for the winter. Time for sweaters, thick blankets, hot cider, and bonfires lighting up th...
Lisa Briskey2 days ago
Enchanted Forest Theme Park
The Enchanted Theme Park was built by Roger and his wife, Mavis. Roger realized that there was very little a family could do in Salem, Oregon. He thought of an idea for a theme park, so he bought 20 a...
Crysta Coburn2 days ago
Visiting Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is the fifth largest city in Michigan with a population of roughly 120,000. It's a college town with several nicknames, among them Tree Town, The People's Republic of Ann Arbor, and A2 (plea...
Deia De Marco3 days ago
How I Get Cheap Flights
Generally, when we travel, the most expensive part about the whole trip is just the freaking PLANE TICKET!! Let's be honest here, my bank account is about as healthy as the average college student, bu...
How to Travel Alone Without Feeling Lonely
I like to think I've reached a point in my life where I can discern between alone-ness and loneliness, but the lines sometimes blur. It can be especially hard as I travel now in my 30s. In my 20s, sle...
Mountain Sage3 days ago
Yamagata
What I remember about Yamagata Prefecture the first time I drove into it was its striking resemblance to the appearance of its sister city of Boulder, Colorado in the USA. I knew Boulder well as it wa...