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You love to travel. You seldom feel happier than when walking into an airport, knowing you’re about to embark. You love small seaside towns with red- and white-striped awnings and ice cream stands; you love the eiffel tower twinkling at night. You love hiking through Southern China and spelunking in Iceland and strolling through the Louvre. You may have done some of these things already; they may be on your bucket list. Wherever travel takes you, you can’t get enough of it. When it comes to travel, you’re all in.

While you can hang the photos of your trips all through your house, you... Read More

Unless you are from New Jersey, it seems like just a place on the map that is near New York City and home to historic Atlantic City, which you followed through the HBO television series Boardwalk Empire. Bet you didn’t know that New Jersey was the first state to sign the Bill of Rights, or that it ranks second in blueberry production. New Jersey also has more horses per square mile than any other state. Fun facts such as these are relatively useless unless the theme at trivia night titled “Useless Facts About US 50 States.” So, we’ve compiled a list of the townships you should know a little... Read More

Central New Jersey is certainly a diamond in the rough. Whether you are travelling to NJ for the first time on vacation, or reside in Central New Jersey, there is something for everyone. New Jersey is known as the “Garden State” for its many outdoor attractions to explore, but it also offers opportunities for shoppers, history buffs, and sightseers galore. Coming to Central New Jersey will not disappoint. In fact, you will not have enough time to do all it has to offer in one trip, beckoning you to return. Central New Jersey has an interesting history that has shaped it into the hidden gem... Read More

The Southeastern state of Virginia is one of the 13 original colonies that made up America, and it was the setting of several key events in the nation’s history. Today, it is one of the most culturally diverse areas in the entire country. If you are planning a vacation to Virginia, there is no end to the places you can visit and the fun activities you can do. Here are the top three places of interest in Virginia.

The Historical And Spooky Town Of Colonial Williamsburg

Williamsburg is a famed city in Virginia that was once the capital of the Virginia Colony. Along with Jamestown... Read More

Virginia, a Southeastern state in the United States of America, is one of the 13 original colonies from when the country was first founded. As such, it has an incredibly rich and colorful history. Its geography also makes it unique; what with its long Atlantic coastline and the fact that it stretches all the way from the Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains. There are plenty of things to see and do in this arguably underrated region. Here are a few suggestions:

Discover The Dark Side Of Williamsburg

Williamsburg is perhaps most known for the historic district of Colonial... Read More

When you think of New York, what first comes to mind? Most people would probably name the city’s most well-known landmarks, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, or bustling Times Square. These iconic sites are definite must-sees when visiting the city for the first time, but New York is so culturally diverse and rich in history that you would miss out on so much if you limited your itinerary to only the usual tourist attractions. Read on to learn more about some truly unique places to visit in New York City.

Explore New York’s Haunted Past

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Going on a vacation is a great way to alleviate the stress you have in your life. There are a number of things you will have to figure out before embarking on your holiday. One of the first things you have to figure out is how you will get around while on vacation. If you do not want the expense of renting a car, then using public transportation is a great option. The Metro Journey Planner program allows you to plot out your public transportation journey with ease. Below are some of the things you need to consider when trying to use public transportation safely in a new area.

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