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Tower of London’s World War I Tribute

Tower of London’s World War I Tribute

One hundred years ago Europe engaged in warfare. The Great War, eventually called World War I (because of the next war) caused a significant loss of life across the world. A loss the Tower of London’s Blood Swept Land and Seas of Red art display makes us to reflect upon. Tower of London When asked […]

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Postcard-The Union Jack Umbrella Still Reigns in London

Postcard-The Union Jack Umbrella Still Reigns in London

Met with much rain on my recent trip through London (no surprise) I snapped an image of an iconic Union Jack designed umbrella along the south bank of the Thames River. Little did I realize at the time, the Union Flag or Union Jack itself might not fly over London, the capital city, forever. I […]

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the Five Things to See and Do in Harrisburg, PA

the Five Things to See and Do in Harrisburg, PA

I traveled to Harrisburg. Wait, where? Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania state capital city, Harrisburg? Why? Yes, that Harrisburg and I took the trip to take a look at a city and its culture. I wanted to learn about the city as travel destination. And I discovered plenty. Here is a look at what to do in […]

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Postcard-The Theater of Romance Inside Central Park

Postcard-The Theater of Romance Inside Central Park

Central Park, the iconic must visit when traveling to New York city can be the perfect setting for some romance. The spacious park, located in the center of the city and offers the unique views of city scape and the skyline from deep inside the park. In spring when flowers bloom, the grass grows green, and many […]

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Postcard-The Joy of Abandon in Singapore

Postcard-The Joy of Abandon in Singapore

Sometimes we need to feel joy. We need to stop pedaling in circles, lift our feet and just feel alive, feel happy; sometimes we need to feel the joy of our journey. In the systematic city of Singapore one can take refuge in the city’s oasis, the Singapore Botanic Gardens. On the garden grounds, one […]

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One of the World’s Largest Carnaval Celebrations – Mazatlan Mexico’s Carnanval in Photos

One of the World’s Largest Carnaval Celebrations – Mazatlan Mexico’s Carnanval in Photos

Carnaval. It’s probably on your bucket list, right? Let’s face it, Carnaval is a must attend party. When we hear the word “Carnaval,” most of us fantasize about samba dancing in Rio de Janeiro, Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday bead exchanges in New Orleans or masquerade parties in Venice, right? What about Mazatlan, Mexico? It […]

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Postcard-A Waterfall of Romance at Niagara

Postcard-A Waterfall of Romance at Niagara

Through the years Niagara Falls has always been known for romance. Whether the perfect honeymoon, romantic retreats, package deals, or just an escape to a border; romance both manufactured and real exists besides the Natural Wonder. With adventurous activities, nighttime strolls, and sunset views from the Skylon Tower, there is plenty to do and entice. […]

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The 5-Reasons to Plan a Winter Escape to Lake Placid

The 5-Reasons to Plan a Winter Escape to Lake Placid

In the middle of the 7 million acres of “forever” wilderness, visitors to New York’s Adirondacks can discover the small town of Lake Placid, New York. Popular for hosting two winter Olympic Games (1932 and 1980), the town is most notable for the Miracle on Ice, but I discovered more than just Olympic History. My […]

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