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  • 5 Things to Do During Your First Trip to St. Louis

    This article was originally published by Thomas Woods on Tourist Choice on October 5, 2017. If you’re headed to St. Louis, Missouri, for the first time, you’re in for a treat. This river town on the Mississippi was once a French trading post, but as the young nation’s expansion sent wagon trains into new territories,

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  • Reasons to Visit Cambridge This Year

    Cambridge, Massachusetts, is a smart, bohemian town with a rich history and gorgeous views. A student population from both Harvard and MIT helps sustain the city’s culture of coffee shops, art galleries, cinemas, bookstores, and neighborhood bars. While staying in Cambridge, you’ll enjoy walking the streets and soaking up the historic atmosphere. You’ll also find

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  • 5 Best Bars in Pittsburgh

    This article was originally publishing on September 22, 2017 on Southern Exposure Whether you’re looking for a place to throw back a few beers with your friends or you want a spot to savor a cocktail on an evening out, there are plenty of bars around Pittsburgh to serve your needs. The next time you’re

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  • Tips for Planning a Trip to Baltimore With Kids

    With its unique history and exciting attractions, Baltimore is a wonderful city to visit with kids. If you and your family are planning a trip to this city, make sure you take some time to check out these top spots geared specifically toward the smallest family members. Check Out Some Awesome Boats Little ones fascinated

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  • Transnistria – Another “Technically Not A Country” You Need To Visit

    Transnistria is also one of those countries who broke away from a bigger union and got little or no recognition from the world. Transnistria is recognized as a country by three other unofficial countries: South Ossetia, Nagorno-Karabakh, and Abkhazia. Transnistria gained independence from Moldova and was assisted by Russia on its way. Transnistrian environment still

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  • Caminito del Rey reopened in Málaga

    In the province of Málaga, located in Spain, we find over the Guadalhorce river a walkway known as Caminito del Rey, which is one metre in width, rises over 100 metres above the river belowand and is also considered as the most dangerous footpath in the world. Because of its danger, and the high number of deaths that

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  • Haikyo | Tourism in abandoned places

    To visit abandoned places, explore ancient hospitals, enter buildings in ruins or tour amusement parks that closed their doors to public for years may be curious forms of travel. The Japanese call this practice haikyo (which translated would mean ‘ruin’) and keep practicing it for years. It has its charm. The haikyo explorers enjoy the tranquility

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  • Have coffee like never before in the land where it was born for the first time

    Legend has it that the first time a human being tried a cup of coffee was some many centuries ago in the lands that now compound Ethiopia. That person was a young shepherd named Kaldi keen on playing the flute while herding his goats. However, his goats began to behave strangely after eating a fruit of a small shrub. Kaldi imitated them.

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  • The Simpsons | Actual size Springfield in Los Angeles

    There have always been many speculations about where the city of Springfield, in which the characters of ‘The Simpsons’ are living, is located, as its name corresponds to many towns throughout the United States. Their scripwriters have included many jokes about it and although in 2012 Matt Groening (creator of the series) confessed he was inspired

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