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Movie Inspired Vacations

The appeal of movies, like other forms of entertainment, lies in its ability to transport us to worlds far away from our own. Vacations, on the other hand, are a more literal form of escapism. If you’re trying to figure out where to go for your next trip, consider one …

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5 Ways to Travel More Efficiently

Erica Moss is the community manager for Georgetown University’s online masters degrees in nursing, which partner with Nursing License Map to offer nursing career resources. She enjoys blogging, TV, pop culture and tweeting @ericajmoss. They say that it’s about the journey, not the destination, and that’s mostly true — except when it …

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Can I Get Cheap Flights to Paris at This Time of Year?

If you have ever planned a trip to Paris and were discouraged by ridiculous ticket prices, DealChecker.co.uk might sway you around. There are many websites that scour the web for cheap tickets. However, DealChecker is one of the most affordable sites to use. A single ticket from London’s Heathrow airport …

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Sleeping Around Shipping Container Hotel

For those of you looking to have a unique travel experience this year, we have to recommend traveling to Belgium. It has a shipping container hotel that is always moved from new location to new location. You will actually need to track it down prior to being able to stay …

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Secret Brighton: 24 Hours in the City by the Sea

Brighton always reminds me of a part of London that never existed: somewhere between a cuddlier Dalston and a less posh Notting Hill. Brighton is packed with good bars and places to eat, and although it cannot be described as cheap, it’s not expensive compared to the capital. You can …

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Eco Places for Your Summer Holiday

Summer vacation offers tempting destinations and exciting opportunities, but not all of these choices are friendly towards mother nature. It is possible to have an unforgettable holiday while still remembering the environment. Those who enjoy the outdoors can find many trips that are Eco friendly and full of adventure. Lake …

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Edinburgh: A Cocktail Hotspot

Edinburgh has become known as one of the hot spots for those who love a good cocktail. In fact, this Scottish city has several locations that have shown up consistently on lists of the top cocktail bars in the U.K. Diversity can best describe the drinking scene in Edinburgh with …

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Dumfries And Galloway – The Highlands Of The South?

When you talk about the beautiful scenery of Scotland, many often instantly think of the Scottish Highlands.  Renowned for the numerous lochs and glens, all surrounded by wonderful little villages and plenty of wildlife roaming free, there is little doubt that the Scottish Highlands is one of the most beautiful …

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The Marina in San Francisco

Classy and Sophisticated, the Marina in San Francisco is adventure ready These days in San Francisco it can be hard to find a fun area that is not over crowded for you to enjoy with your family and friends. The Marina is upperclass and was initially part of the Presidio …

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Fort Mason San Francisco

Classy adventures by the Marina district in SF at Fort Mason Recently on a weekend excursion to SF my friend Amirreza and I stumbled upon a great park, Fort Mason park. The discovery happened by pure accident while trying to find parking in the Fisherman’s Wharf area. We drove too …

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