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A Food Tour in London Food! Even though, I’ve been really watching what I eat (and have dropped two sizes because of it!), don’t fret, I still LOVE food! No one should ever worry about me NOT eating. When you have an extra few pounds, people give you…
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Transparent & Ethical Volunteer Vacations

Helping Communities Kathryn and Mike Pisco quit their Chicago corporate jobs to travel around the world, dedicating a good chunk of their time to volunteering. They quickly learned that the current volunteer travel industry wasn’t what they expected. Many…
Today people are doing much more than taking a vacation -- they want to help the communities they visit. Learn how to find a transparent & ethical vacation.
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The Ultimate Guide to Chicago

I’ve lived in Chicago for about than 18 years now, and even when I was on the multi-year round-the-world trip that launched this blog, I thought of my home city often. For my 10 years as a TV producer at ABC7, it was my job to research, write and produce…
Chicago is awesome! I love sharing all the good things about my city. So I compiled all of my posts into the ultimate Chicago guide. Advice from a local!
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The world's most unique bridges today on the blog!
Bridges are all about form and function -- they serve a huge purpose and can be stunning at the same time. Take a look at the world's most unique bridges!
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This is a guest post by Beth McCrea of I’m a scuba diver who travels the world three times a year. My last three trips included the Philippines, Barbados, and Spain. How can I travel so often? I pay 25-75 percent less than most by…
Traveling doesn't have to drain your bank account. It truly can be cheaper than you think. Here are some sure fire ways to save on your vacation.
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There's more going on in the Midwest besides Chicago! Have you been to Springfield, Illinois? Home of Abe Lincoln, but so much more! See post:
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Review: QBIC Hotel London

Heading to London? Scroll down for a discount code at this hotel! Hotels are no longer the staid big box chains of yesterday. Today, we know there are so many options for unique lodging — from airbnb stays to glamping to charming boutique hotels. Qbic…
A review of the Qbic Hotel London, a quirky, modern, and eco-conscious place to stay in London's East End.
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I Fell in Love with Buffalo It was a Friday afternoon and folks were out strolling, smiling, and laughing. The waterfront was buzzing with life – couples walking hand in hand, families having a picnic in the grass and kids in the water in boats. The…
Buffalo is back! Here are 5 reasons to visit Buffalo -- from the food scene and craft breweries to the incredible architecture and charming neighborhoods.
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My Midwest: Five Reasons to Visit the Chicago Southland

“Wow, you’re like a walking Chicago encyclopedia,” said a new friend the other night at a dinner. I still get all atwitter when folks ask me advice about where to eat, or what neighborhood to live in. And I still surprise myself with all…
Yes, the big city of Chicago is just north of here, but once you've seen that, here are five reasons to visit Chicago Southland.
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Want to take your travel blog to the next level? Join us for our 6th annual workshop with one-on-one mentoring this June for #Bloghouse  Philly! Applications are open for just one more week! +Visit Philadelphia +Sonesta Philly
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Hmm...feels like an odd place. I want to give it the benefit of the doubt, but still not sure! Small place. My boyfriend and I bought a couples massage on Groupon. The girls at the front desk were the same ones to do massages. The massage room is just off the waiting room only separated by shoji screens, so you could hear phone ring and others walking in. Massage therapists talked some to each other during our massage. It seemed somewhat unprofessional as they did set an annoying alarm to go off at the end. They were also dressed very casually (one in a belly shirt...not a big fan of her belly in my face when being massaged). They put the massage oil on my massage table near my every time they pumped it for more it was in my ear. Annoying! My massage itself wasn't relaxing as it was a bit too fast paced and too hard. Not the same kind of experience i've had after 50+ massages elsewhere. I wouldn't go back.
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