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Colonial Williamsburg, VA

This is a great place for family vacations. You can learn so much about how settlers lived. Being a living history museum there are live demonstrations all day. 218 more words

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5 Things to do in New Orleans this WrestleMania Weekend

The number of events happening in and around New Orleans for WrestleMania weekend is a little overwhelming. Between all the WrestleCon or ROH shows and before the 17 hour long event on Sunday, check out some of these. 129 more words

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Built in 1821 by Elazer Early, the building where the Moon River Brewing Company is held was first used as the City Hotel, where Savannah’s wealthiest would gather for some of the finest drinks from around the world. 243 more words


Europe 2017/2018: Travelling to York and Exploring York at Night

I was well into the swing of travelling alone now, only three more stops on my little UK adventure! To get to York from Nottingham, I had to catch two trains, changing at Sheffield. 1,020 more words


Travel to New Orleans

New Orleans aka NOLA is not your ordinary American city. It’s just, well.. New Orleans. Between the French quarter, Mardi Gras, voodoo talk, crawdaddy’s, and jazz music, there is a… 878 more words

The Newer Haunting of the Oldest Bookstore

The oldest bookstore in America, the Moravian Book Shop in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has been continuously running for over 270 years. There are some solid arguments that it’s actually the longest running bookstore in all of the world (Sullivan, 2016). 1,007 more words


SNAPSHOT: Savannah, GA

I first visited the charming city of Savannah with my group of Girl Scouts. Our main purpose was to visit the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder and first president of the Girl Guides, which would become… 273 more words

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