Why You Shouldn’t Overlook the Ameri

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Posted: 02/18/19 | February 18th, 2019 I love the South. Over the years, it has become one of my favorite parts of the United States. Before I went traveling, I always had this perception that the southern sta..

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The 13 Best Walking Tours in Boston

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Last Updated: 1/13/20 | January 13th, 2020 I love Boston — and not just because I was born there. There are tons of free things to do in Boston, enough to keep any visitor thoroughly entertained. It’s al..

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29 Things to See and Do in New York City

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Last Updated: 1/17/2020 | January 17th, 2020 New York City. It’s one of my favorite cities in the world and one of the most popular destinations in the US. Sprawling, busy, exciting — there’s a rea..

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The 8 Best Napa Wine Tours

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Last Updated: 2/2/2020 | February 2nd, 2020 Napa Valley is easily one of the most famous wine-producing regions in the world, and last year nearly four million people headed there — it is big business for Nort..

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My 5 Favorite Hostels in Los Angeles

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Last Updated: 03/03/20 | March 3rd, 2020 In the last few years, more and more hostels have started opening up in Los Angeles and a city that was filled with only a couple now has dozens. While most used be loc..

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My 6 Favorite Hostels in Vancouver

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Last Updated: 03/03/20 | March 3rd, 2020 Vancouver is one of my favorite cities in the world. It’s filled with delicious food (there’s lots of amazing sushi here), spacious parks (don’t miss Stanley Park), and..

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My 4 Favorite Hostels in Seattle

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Posted: 03/03/20 | March 3rd, 2020 Tucked away in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks and grunge music and home to some of the biggest tech companies in the world. But it’s also surro..

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My 6 Favorite Hostels in Boston

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Posted: 03/03/20 | March 3rd, 2020 With its historic colonial buildings, die-hard sports fans, and lively nightlife, Boston is one of my favorite cities in the US (and I’m not just saying that because it’s whe..

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My 5 Favorite Hostels in Mexico City

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Posted: 03/03/20 | March 3rd, 2020 Over the past several years, Mexico City has become a hot spot for travelers as cheap flights and a burgeoning food scene have made this an ideal destination for travelers wh..

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28 Things to See and Do in San Francisco

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Updated: 03/24/20 | March 24th, 2020 I loved visiting San Francisco from the start. It’s a city home to hippies, techies, artists, immigrants, students, and everyone in between. There’s incredible ..

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The 8 Best Hostels in San Francisco

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Posted: 6/11/2020 | June 11th, 2020 San Francisco is a beautiful, eclectic city. Balancing its hippie roots with its modern, techie scene, it’s a cool, lively, energetic place bursting with history and ..

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My 7 Favorite Hostels in Miami

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Posted: 5/23/2020 | May 23rd, 2020 Miami is a party city. There are just no two ways about it. People come here to get wild, visit nightclubs, lounge on the beach, and drink the nights away. While it’s n..

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My 5 Favorite Hostels in San Diego

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Posted: 6/11/2020 | June 11th, 2020 San Diego is an underrated destination. While visitors flock to San Francisco and Los Angeles, more often than not San Diego gets skipped over. With incredible weather, awes..

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My 6 Favorite Hostels in Chicago

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Posted: 5/23/2020 | May 23rd, 2020 Boasting a robust food scene (don’t miss Chicago-style pizza!), fun nightlife, and plenty of green space, Chicago is not only one of my favorite cities in the US, it..

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How to Road Trip Around Oahu

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Posted: 8/3/20 | August 3rd, 2020 I didn’t know much about Oahu before I visited. Everyone told me it was worth it for Pearl Harbor but to spend the rest of my time elsewhere in Hawaii. Maui and Kauai were whe..

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14 Things to See and Do in Portland, Orego

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Posted: 10/17/2020 | October 17th, 2020 Portland, Oregon, is one of America’s most unique cities. While it often gets overshadowed by Seattle to the north, Portland is one of the US’s best and most..

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A 7-Day Southern California Road Trip Itin

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Posted: 6/29/20 | June 29th, 2020 I’ve been on many road trips around the US over the years. It’s by far my favorite way to explore the country. One state in particular is perfect for road-tripping: Californi..

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California Road Trip: A 21-Day Suggested I

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Posted: 7/2/2020 | July 2nd, 2020 California. It’s the third-largest state in the country and home to over 40 million people and a range of environments and landscapes: dense forests in the north, rugged mount..

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14 Things to See and Do in Detroit

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Posted: 7/23/20 | July 23rd, 2020 Since the Coronavirus has halted travel for over four months, I thought I would start to share more posts about destinations here in the United States. True, we shouldn’..

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A Love Letter to Maine

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Posted: 9/8/2020 | September 8th, 2020 Tucked away up in the northeast corner of the United States, Maine evokes images of endless shorelines, wild forests, Stephen King, iconic lighthouses, and lots and lots ..

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A Guide to Exploring Colonial New York Cit

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Posted: 9/24/20 | September 24th, 2020 As a history nerd, I love taking a deep dive into a destination’s past. I’m a firm believer that if you don’t understand where people have come from, you’ll never underst..

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10 Things to See and Do in Natchez, Missis

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Posted: 10/17/2020 | October 17th, 2020 As the Southern cotton economy expanded on the back of slave labor in the early 1800s, towns emerged to transport the cotton on the Mississippi River. New Orleans, Memph..

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What’s it Like Traveling the U.S. Du

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Posted: 10/5/20 | October 5th, 2020 In June, full of COVID antibodies that would disappear before the month’s end, I drove to Boston to see my family. My original plan was to stay a week and then slowly make m..

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Austin’s Snowpocalypse: The Storm th

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Posted: 2/25/2021 | February 25th, 2021 “That guy is buying six dozen eggs? And look at all that water!” I said, staring at a picture from a local grocery store on my friend’s phone. “I mean, it’s going to get..

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