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A Canadian-based travel blog/travel magazine with informative travel advice, helpful tips, honest reviews, and travel inspiration for destinations throughout the world. Sharing photos and memories of our adventures from both near and far; we focus on budget planning/preparation for all types of travellers across a wide range of travel experiences.

Jacksonville Florida Everbank Field Travel Guide

EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida, is one of the top tailgating stadiums in the country. The mild Florida weather means fans can cook out and cool off throughout the football season while other parts of the country are snowed in.

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Top 5 Places to Celebrate your Honeymoon

A honeymoon is not only meant to be a celebration to ignite a union of two persons but is more of a unique and restful, romantic experience which comes only once in a person’s lifetime. A honeymoon is the only time which allows a couple to stay away from the maddening world and spend special time in the company of each other. However, to make all this much more memorable, you need to locate an ideal place.

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Family Vacation Destinations in the South

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; Nashville, Tennessee; or Austin, Texas? Here’s why you should explore these family vacation destinations.

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Use Coupons to Save Money When Travelling

Like many people, I always try to use coupons to save money when I’m at home. Typically I use coupons for groceries, but lately, I’ve used them for the “extras” in life such as facials, manicures and for dining out at restaurants.
BUT have you thought about using coupons when you travel?

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Product Review: mifold Grab-and-Go Booster Seat

I’m not the first to say this nor will I be the last, but travelling with kids isn’t easy. Their safety is always a top priority when we travel but when you’re in the middle of the Caribbean or on the West Coast of Canada without your familiar car and car seats/boosters, what do you do? Often the answer is you improvise – borrowing a friend’s old booster, or using the regular seatbelt in a local taxi.

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Brunch, Bikes, and Brews at Caboose Brewing Co. Vienna Virginia

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 industrial building along the 45-mile long Washington & Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park paved trail between Shirlington and Purcellville.

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Nine Unique Experiences Found In Japan

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 forever make this country memorable and one of the high points in my travel life.

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Six Sights to See in Seattle, Washington

Whether you want to try the coffee at the original Starbucks or you'd rather play in the Puget Sound under the watchful eye of Mount Rainier, Seattle, Washington, is a great destination.

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