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Explore CSTAT: The Tipsy Bean

For the longest time ever, College Station never really had its own local coffee shop (minus Sweet Eugene’s, which has been around for a couple years now and is definitely a staple now). 269 more words


Airline Review: Air Dolomiti Business Class

The Air Dolomiti Business Class isn’t an incredibly special experience, but it’s a nice way to fly on shorter routes within Europe. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t really pay more to sit upfront as you’ll see in this extensive airline review. 552 more words


roadtrips 2.0

three little humans.

one week of summer break.

and a single mama budget.

I am probably insane. but this year we tackled our second east coast road trip as a family. 1,373 more words

Eliot Writes

Seattle to Vancouver: 5 Days of Winter Bliss

On Southern, summer days like today, when it is over 90 degrees and the humidity could kill, I dream of the fresh, brisk air of the Northwestern United States. 794 more words


Freedom from "Itinerary" based holidays

“Tirthan Valley… but what will we do there?,” he asked.

“Why do we need to do something during a holiday… can’t we just have a holiday to do nothing?” I sounded not at all convincing while saying it. 650 more words

Incredible India

5 Things I Learnt on My First Solo Trip

Less than two weeks ago, I decided I needed a getaway, alone. In the spirit of spontaneity, I chose to do so at the earliest dates from which I could excuse myself from work. 887 more words


Discovering Bury St. Edmunds

I’ve long been a fan of exploring my own back yard, so when I relocated to Cambridge I wasted no time in compiling a list of places to visit in East Anglia, based on recommendations from friends, family and colleagues and features in… 609 more words