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THE GOLD RUSH ERA TOWN


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The Gold Rush Era Town of Placerville, California is a great road-trip stop that offers a historical main street sure to make you feel like you went back in time. Check out this quick guide by Jessica Wright of Bon Traveler.

TRAVEL TIPS FROM TOURING MUSICIANS


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We gathered valuable travel tips from touring musicians that know what's its like to be on the go. From Beyonce's guitarist to Panic! At The Disco's Bassist. Here is expert advice from artists on the road.

REINDEER FEEDING IN NORWAY


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Norway's arctic wilderness is home to the Sami people and their reindeer herds. For 5000 years, their society has blossomed in a place where others find it hard to survive. Discover their ancient culture and listen to their lores.

THE NEW MUST HAVE 2019 TRAVEL ACCESSORY


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Australian based travel brand, TrvlBoutiq, just launched their latest accessory that has travel bloggers excited.

THE BEST TRAVEL APPS FOR 2019


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From planning your itinerary to booking your hotels, we’ve got the top travel apps of 2019 to help you on your next vacation.

A SLICE OF PARADISE


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5 HIDDEN EAST COAST MUSIC VENUES YOU HAVE TO VISIT


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If you are looking for hidden live music. Below is a list of the quirkiest, most inspiring music venues on the east coast.

Mo’orea: The Hidden Gem of French Polynesia


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When you think about French Polynesia, you most likely think about Bora Bora. Bora Bora is known to be one of the most beautiful, picturesque and once-in-a-lifetime destinations, and for good reason. However, an important thing to know, is that a ticket from Tahiti to Bora Bora (about an hour long flight) can often cost the same price (or more) than your international ticket to Tahiti from the US!

A Day On The Waves With Life Rolls On


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Jesse Billauer is a surfer of a rare talent and unique tenacity. Jesse was an avid surfer for years, but in March of 1996 his surfboard struck a shallow sandbar. He was thrown from his board with such force that his spinal cord was severed and he was paralyzed from the neck down.

How To Survive Holiday Travel


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Whether you’re heading home to spend the holidays with family or jetting off on a tropical vacation, traveling during the winter holidays can be hectic and stressful. Even though it’s hard to avoid the chaos that comes along with holiday travel, there are a few things you can do ahead of time to reduce the stress!

Travel Bloggers Shafeen & Waseem Shaheed Share Their Favorite Places


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As a travel blogger, I'm constantly inspired by the people who create beautiful content around me. Scrolling through my Instagram feed, I see nothing but beautiful destinations and incredible adventures that are truly drool-worthy. The people behind those images inspire me to travel more, live more and dream big.

The Affordable Luxury of Costa Rica


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In the last few years, it seems like everyone I know has flocked to Costa Rica on vacation. For a while, I thought it must have been the flight prices or the fact that it's only 5 hours from Los Angeles International Airport, and that there are a high proportion of English speakers. While these are all true about Costa Rica, I didn't realize quite how magical the country was, until I went for myself

How to Experience Paris Like a Local


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Paris, France is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, drawing over 23 million visitors in 2017. People come from all over the world to enjoy world-class museums, eat delicious food, and watch the Eiffel Tower sparkle. In a city so overrun by tourists, having an authentic experience can be a challenge.

Best Long Weekend Destinations In The US


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Sometimes the best vacations are the ones that are truly spontaneous. Maybe you see you have a three day weekend coming up, or happen upon a can't-miss airline deal, for example. Short jaunts to nearby destinations can offer some truly great surprises. In the United States the main cities are often very far from each other. Hopping a couple state lines, rather than flying across the continent, can offer a great opportunity to maximize a limited amount of vacation time.

The Never-Ending Beauty of Florence


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If you like beautiful architecture, interesting history, and delicious Italian food, you need to visit Florence, Italy. Florence is the capital of Tuscany, a central region of Italy, known for its rolling hills, vineyards, and olive groves. Florence has been a center of commerce and activity since it was founded in 200 BC. This Tuscan city is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance, so you can expect to see lots of famous artwork and historical buildings from this time period in Florence!

Long Beach United: The Gem of Retro Row


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Consider the American boxing gym, an iconic but declining staple of the fitness industry which has been diluted by the marketability of recycled ideas like workout plans, diet pills, and gym memberships.

Know Before You Go — Travel Advisories and What They Mean


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Safety is always a major concern when traveling abroad, but recent travel warnings released by the US State Department for countries frequented by American travelers have caused some people to rethink their vacation plans. On any given day, there are dozens of active travel warnings advising against travel for several countries and regions throughout the world, including popular destinations like Mexico, Russia, and France. Travel warnings can seem daunting, but they don’t necessarily mean you should rethink your travel plans.

Thermal Spas and Ruin Bars: Inside Hungary’s Vibrant Capital


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Hungary’s vibrant capital, Budapest, has everything you could want in a European travel destination – great food, beautiful architecture, and exciting nightlife. Even though Budapest has every hallmark of a popular travel destination, it has stayed under the radar until recently.

How Surfing Conquered The World


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The ocean has always been a curiosity and inspiration, even to those who have been around it their whole lives. Its crystalline waves give, take and give back in a way that still holds as much mystery now as it did centuries ago. The world over, hundreds of thousands of people everyday enjoy the swirling playground the water provides, but no activity is more iconic or storied than surfing. While perceptions of surfing are often limited, with many seeing it simply as an extreme water sport, the art of surfing dates back centuries. Though documentation is limited, oral histories from dozens of cultures along the Pacific Ocean detail the sport's long history.