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California Route 66

Route 66 Ghost Towns – Part 1

Route 66, also known as “The Mother Road” or “Main Street of America,” was one of the original highways in the US. It was first established in 1926 and connected Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica, California. It was a pathway for...

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New York City, United States

Top Sights In New York City Central Park Central Park sees about 40 million visitors a year, and you should be one of them. Filling 843 acres, you can sight-see, take a horse-drawn carriage, jog, bike, ice skate (in the winter)...

Italy

Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy is an art lover’s dream. Everywhere you turn you will find Renaissance-era artwork, piazzas, and churches. Gourmet food abounds, the city is walking-friendly, and nothing screams Tuscany like sitting in an...

Italy

Rome, Italy

Rome is the capital of Italy with 2.8 million residents. Roman mythology dates Rome to roughly 753 BCE, but inhabitants have been in the area much earlier, making it the 23rd oldest occupied site in Europe. Rome was the capital...

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Stuff We Love: September 2017

This Travel Gear Microfiber Travel Towels Usually I run away from anything that says microfiber, because I can’t stand that feeling of the fabric catching on my fingers. However, we needed travel towels on our last trip and...

France

Is it Worth Visiting Paris in February?

When I was planning one of our trips to Europe, I found myself googling terms: “What is Paris like in February?” “How cold is Paris in February?” “is Paris miserable in February?” Even though I found some TripAdvisor forums...

Italy

The Ferry from Naples to Ischia

Want to see a neat island in Italy, without battling the tourists? We suggest Ischia! It’s a super adorable island that doesn’t see quite as many visitors as nearby Capri. It’s also really easy to get to if you’re already in...