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Hostels: The Holy Grail of Accommodations

Hostels are a mix between hotels and dormitories. They have the layout and the services of a dormitory, but they also work like a hotel in that you stay for a day to a few weeks and they have discounts on tourism as well as maps to help you get around. 960 more words

504 Plans & IEPs - What's the Difference?

In-school services for students with disabilities have come a long way in the past few decades. Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) of 2004, public school districts are required by law to provide a student with the resources he or she needs to learn. 577 more words

When in Cartagena - Visit the Islands

Cartagena, Colombia is a beautiful magical place that I really can’t get enough of. Especially in the Historic Old City (where we were staying) it was just breathtaking. 675 more words

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I have clinical depression since around 10, and anxiety disorder since 18. I see a therapist every week and take meds for my condition. Currently receiving disability accommodation. 663 more words

Airbnb Or Hotel?

When traveling abroad or to a new location one must ask: where do we stay?

There are countless of options on Booking.com, Hotel.com, luxury travel sites, Airbnb and more. 689 more words

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The Mediterranean House - Nasugbu, Batangas

Last February when we didn’t think we’d get any good accommodations in Tagaytay┬áduring the┬áValentine’s weekend. We went several kilometers farther and checked in at The Mediterranean House. 460 more words

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Viva La Colombia!!

Welcome fellow travel lovers! We are excited to kick off our travel blog. Here we’ll be covering a lot of travel adventures – ones we take independently as well as those we take together – so you’ll get a taste of everything. 576 more words

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