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So the travel bug has bitten you too, and you are on an advent for the much trending and cool ‘road trip’? With even so many movies, focusing on road trips and travel in general, not surprisingly many want to

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If you haven’t noticed, it’s the holiday season. Thanksgiving is three weeks from today, and the department and grocery stores already have their Christmas merchandise and decorations on full display. It’s never too early to start thinking about gifts. Procrastinate,

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For decades, Cleveland, Ohio, has gotten a pretty bad rap. From the burning Cuyahoga River to the decaying Rust Belt industry to the bitterly cold weather, there’s plenty not to like about what many refer to as “the mistake on the

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One of the great perks when it comes to traveling is the luxury of a fantastic day spa. There’s nothing quite as enjoyable on vacation as a soothing massage or rejuvenating mud bath at a beautiful resort, complete with tranquil sounds and

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Since tomorrow is Halloween, we thought it would be fun to write a travel post that’s a little different, a little spooky. Nobody ever wants their vacation—or their travel plans—to be described as gruesome, but we’ll make an exception on this creepy

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A vacation on the road is an exciting adventure—that is, until you realize you forgot to bring something you really need. Remembering to pack essentials like swimsuits, toiletries, and hiking shoes is easy. But what about those important specialty items that

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As seasonally-themed Japanese celebrations go, the cherry blossom viewing festival may get all the attention, but the centuries-old autumnal tradition of momiji-gari, literally “red leaf hunting”, remains one of Japan’s best kept secrets. Where to Go For many Japanese, this yearly