Quirky and Curious in Illinois By Maria Myers Illinois sports fans and comedians alike are familiar with the phrase, “Daaaaa Bears”. Aside from the famous sports team and the SNL skit based off of them, Illinois has many selling points for tourists, many you wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else, whether they be in […]
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Jamestown St Helena Island is a remote speck located off the west coast of the African continent, and it offers fishing, hiking, history and great dining.
Albany New York is a capital city with a boring reputation. But a new production of the smash hit “Hamilton” and its connections in history it’s changing.
Brabant Remembers. Towns in the Netherlands comemorate the terrible events of World War II, and a new collaboration created an app to hear what it was like.
Traditional and non-traditional vacation rentals on the Highly Sought out Island of Corsica By Maria Myers In Corsica, and in the rest of France, a gîte is a vacation house. Usually, in a rural area, these dwellings are often renovated cottages or converted barns. With the era of globalization upon us, paired with the internet, […]
James Bay offers Wilderness Experiences in a Pristine, cold Place By Maria Myers Canada is known for its hockey, bacon and mild-mannered yet accommodating people. All stereotypes aside, the country’s wilderness is its best asset. But if you aren’t a wilderness expert or an experienced mountaineer these vase expanses of unkempt Canadian territory have been […]
International City of Gastronomy in France, Commonwealth War Graves, Marine Sea Museum of Bordeaux By Maria Myers France is famous the world over for its history, arts and especially, for its food. In 2019, three new museums are opening that will enhance any visitor’s experience in the most-visited country on Earth. Mouth Over Matter The first […]
Brazil’s Iracambi: The Land of Coffee and Honey in Fluctuation By Maria Myers Riding down the winding dirt roads of Brazil’s backcountry with its many potholes and jarring mini hills for upwards of six hours can be nauseating– but worth it. This is what I found as I made my trek to the research center/farm/getaway […]