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Top Tips for Traveling with Small Children on a Budget

Traveling with small children can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, there are many ways to travel with your little ones without breaking the bank. In this article, we will discuss some of our top tips for traveling with small children on a … Read more   Read more

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4 Interesting Replicas of Famous Landmarks

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. We’ve all heard this saying before. Just like seeing replicas of designer handbags and clothes, there are replicas of the world’s most famous architectural landmarks. While replicas can be seen as a sign of flattery, they may not be in great competition with … Read more   Read more

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Best Backpacking Trails with Amazing Sceneries

From narrow canyons to rocky mountains, the Earth is a wonderful place to live on. Travelers enjoy being connected with nature while witnessing unique flora and fauna along the way. Mesmerizing waterfalls and movie-like ice fields add value to any trip inside our beautiful planet. Below, we have a list … Read more   Read more

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World’s Cruise Destinations that are Best Experienced on a Small Ship

Do you want a break from a hectic monotonous routine to experience something relaxing and adventurous at the same time? An interactive trip to the world’s most alluring destinations on a small cruise ship is your way to do just that.  The best thing about small cruises is that they … Read more   Read more

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Las Vegas and Formula 1 Team Up to Make an Incredible Travel Opportunity

There are plenty of reasons to visit Las Vegas, though it is a city that’s most famous for being the casino capital of the United States – and the world. Its entire existence is owed to the casino industry which evolved in Vegas to serve the crowds of workers involved … Read more   Read more

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TODAY IN HISTORY: Edison is born, Mandela is freed (Feb. 11th)

Thomas A. Edison On this day in 1846, Thomas A. Edison was born in Milan, Ohio.  During his lifetime, 1,093 patents were issued to Edison during his lifetime, the last at age 83.  He was nothing short of practical, saying once that he never wasted time inventing things people did not want … Read more   Read more

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TODAY IN HISTORY: The Grand Canyon becomes a National Park (Feb. 26, 1919)

In 1908 President Theodore Roosevelt signed legislation giving the Grand Canyon status as a National Monument. On February 26th, 1919, by an act of the United States Congress, Grand Canyon National Monument became Grand Canyon National Park. Today, the National Park receives over 4 million visitors and contains over 1.2 … Read more   Read more

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TODAY IN HISTORY: Ponce de Leon (March 3, 1513)

On this day in 1513, Ponce de Leon set sail from Puerto Rico to find the fabled Fountain of Youth. Caribbean Indian legends spoke of waters, a drink of which would guarantee a life free from the worries of old age. De Leon had served with Christopher Columbus on his … Read more   Read more

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TODAY IN HISTORY: Founding of AAA (March 4, 1902)

It was 1902 and automobiles were quickly becoming the vehicle of choice. Road conditions, however, were deplorable. The relatively small number of drivers had to fight for the right to even use some roads in favor of horse drawn carriages. Small groups of drivers had formed clubs across the country … Read more   Read more

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TODAY IN HISTORY: Founding of Aer Lingus (May 22, 1935)

On May 22, 1935, Aer Lingus was founded as the flag carrier of Ireland. In Gaelic, Aer Loingeas means “Air Fleet” – the term was anglicized to name the airline. Established as the national carrier owned by the government, the airline today is owned 25% by the government of Ireland and 29% … Read more   Read more

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