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Calculated Traveller an online Travel Magazine with advice, photos, stories and memories from around the world
Calculated Traveller an online Travel Magazine with advice, photos, stories and memories from around the world

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Treasure, trains, pirates, ghosts, margaritas, sunsets and pie, oh my! In Key West Florida there is so much to do, and given that we only had one day in this sunny city we just had to do it ALL.

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Multi-Generational Family Vacation Destinations in the South: Orlando FL, Austin TX, Nashville TN

Let’s face it. Planning a multi-generational family vacation is tough. Picking a budget-friendly city that makes the 7-year-old, the 17-year-old, and the 70-year-old happy is easier said than done. Why not head south and check out Orlando, Florida;…

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Brunch, Bikes, and Brews @CabooseBrewing Co. Vienna Virginia @VisitFairfax @VisitVirginia #LoveVA #Food #Brunch

Arrive at Caboose Brewing Co. in Vienna Virginia on the weekend for brunch, and you’ll likely see cyclists of every shape and size standing outside with beers and food on the patio. A cyclist’s haven, the farm-to-table brewhouse is located in an…

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Nine Unique Experiences Found In Japan from fancy electronic toilets to unusual foods and a total lack of graffiti.

I firmly believe that every single country in the world offers that unique “something-something” that makes it stand out from all the other countries in the world. Well, I found nine things unique to Japan on a recent adventure through Asia that will…

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In St. Augustine, Florida, while touring the oldest city in the United States of America, we stumbled upon a long line forming outside the door of Pizza Time and joined in.
Seeing a long queue coming out of a restaurant at meal time is going to make a person take notice. Travelers looking for somewhere to eat when visiting a new city should take heed of this sign as evidence of good eats!

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When one thinks of food in Japan one thinks of fresh sushi, saucy teriyaki, and crispy tempura — yet on OUR trip to Japan, we went in search of a unique Japanese fast food adventure! #MOS #Japan

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At Mi Tierra Cafe Y Panaderia in the El Mercado (Market Square) area of San Antonio, Texas, the celebration never ends. The streamers, lights, fiesta flags and all that is sparkly decorate the multiple rooms of this famous bakery and restaurant 365 days of the year.

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Cell phone, tablet, e-reader, fitness tracker, mp3 player. How many electronic devices do you need to keep charged when you are out and about and how many chargers do you pack in your bag?

It’s a problem that we all struggle with from time-to-time when touring the world with one charger. It’s tough to decide which device gets charged before the other; it’s like having to decide which of your children gets to quench their thirst first with that lone carton of juice.

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It’s a cool Friday afternoon, and I’ve found myself standing on a wooden platform high up in a tree in Brampton, Ontario. I’m clipped onto a series of thick wires strung between the two trees. Nervously checking my harness for the second time and fumbling with my GoPro, I step off the platform and rush through the air on my first zip line.
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