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Things to do in Brazil

Travel Tips - Eric Anderson - February 20, 2018

things to do in Brazil

It is the largest South American Country. It shares borders with pretty much every other South American country. It is a country that emanates from exoticness and fun. This is the best holiday destination to relax in, rejuvenate yourself and have fun as well as get a golden tan while you’re thereIt is filled with beaches, palaces and tons of inspiring and drool-worthy architecture.

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Attraction of Brussels

Travel Tips - Eric Anderson - February 18, 2018

Brussels is the center of European culture and architecture. It has so much to offer to all those who visit the attractions of Brussels. It has the best chocolate for foodies, ornate cathedrals and churches for the art buffs, spectacular views and beautiful parks.

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A Woman’s Guide to Memphis

Travel Tips - Amanda - February 15, 2018

Memphis is world famous for blues and barbeque, but there are a ton of other great reasons to visit Memphis. With plenty of charming shopping boutiques, tasty dining options, fascinating museums, and recreational activities, you’re sure to have a wonderful time. However, don’t let the charming southern hospitality fool you. Memphis, although relatively safe even for a solo female traveler, also has its dangers. This is a woman’s guide to Memphis. Continue Reading

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Plan a Solo Getaway to the Emerald Coast

Travel Tips - Amanda - February 15, 2018

Do you need a little time to yourself? Looking for a great little getaway to reconnect with who you are and feel relaxed and refreshed again? The Emerald Coast is a perfect destination for solo female travel. With so many wonderful options for fun activities, beautiful beaches, spas, and shopping, it’s the ideal place to pamper yourself. So pull out your calendar and plan a solo getaway to the Emerald Coast sometime soon. Continue Reading

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A Walk Through History: The Hadrian’s Wall Walk

Travel Tips - Amanda - February 14, 2018

Ever wondered what it would be like to take a long nice walk through history? Well, then the Hadrian’s Wall Walk is just the thing for you. In northern England, the 84 miles long Hadrian’s wall path stretches from Wallsend to Bowness-on-Solway connecting the east and the west coast. Most of the path is close to the remains of the almost 1900 years old Hadrian’s Wall. The brute structure was erected by the Romans to separate civilization from the barbarians. If that idea sounds familiar then you are not alone. George R R Martin has admitted that the inspiration for the 700ft wall in his series books, A Song of Ice and fire, came from this very wall. Although the walk is a long one and it will take at least 10 days to cover the entirety of it, a holiday there is worth it and you plan accordingly here for your days at Hadrian’s Wall walk. Continue Reading

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