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Savannah: New Blooms, Old Scars

In Miami, we have a saying: “You have to go north to go south.”I whisk around notions of bayous, plantations, country lilts and comely manners as I take my first hungry glimpses of this mysterious...

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A Love Affair With The City Of Love

Each and every year, my family sets off on a trip to Paris, France: the City of Love. It is my absolute favorite place in the worl,d and I love it...

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Small-Town Delight in a Big-City World: Discovering Baldwinsville, NY

You probably wouldn’t think of Baldwinsville, New York as a conventional trip destination. Most people have never even heard of it! It’s true that we don’t have palm trees, white sandy beaches, or...

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The Town Where Art Lives: Saugatuck

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Cows, Colleges, and Contentment

Telling people I’m from Northfield, MN usually elicits one of three responses.  They haven’t heard of it, they know it as “that college town”, or, my personal favorite, a chuckle, followed by...

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Vancouver. (No, not BC.) Washington. (No, not DC.)

Most likely all you know of Washington is that it is home to vampires and werewolves, that is somewhere up north next to Canada, that is caught up in a never-ending torrential downpour. There is something...

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The City of Sawdust “Claws” its Way into Top Tourist Destination

A group of teenagers, with their hipster hats touching their eyebrows, and TOMS shoes treading lightly across the path, open the door to New Moon Café. Once inside, they are barraged by the sound of acoustic...

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Colors in the Air

The sharp smack of a slippery body being slammed down. Fishmongers yelling out orders in unison like a pirate crew out on sea. Standing up on your tip toes trying to get a better look at the spectacle,...

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Life Under the Big Sky – Bozeman, Montana

Being a girl from Montana, it’s not uncommon for me to be asked by tourists if I ride a horse to school or if I own a billion pairs of cowboy boots. However, my all-time favorite question is "So do you...

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Sunshine. Simplicity. Ssenga.

Early morning rays shine on mud-brick houses and the dirt road which weaves between them. Tin roofs glitter beneath pink and orange clouds, and green gardens are covered with droplets of dew. Everything...

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