Himeji Castle and Food

Himeji Castle was a wondrous place to sleep, explore, and learn about. We ventured about the grounds, bought breakfast from a friendly local vendor.

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Rome in a Day – Rome Travel Tips!

Quick visit to Rome and Rome travel tips! Even though I spent less than 48 hours in Rome, I felt like I managed to see at least some of the highlights of the city. What’s more, I found the people of Rome to be friendly and charming, the sights to be incredible, and the food…

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Experience Rome in a Day

Rome, or Roma as you see on signs everywhere as you are walking around…is a gorgeous city. It is incredibly easy to get lost in the architecture, the history and the romance of it. There is nothing quite like seeing the history in person. In fact, no matter how much planning you do, you will…

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Chicken Heads in Tokyo

Our Tokyo experience began by riding the Sky Train from Narita Airport to catch a local train to our Ryokan, and eventually the chicken head restaurant.

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San Francisco, CA

When people think of San Francisco the first thing that’s conjured to the mind is the Golden Gate bridge, but there is so much more to this fantastic city. I was blessed enough to spend one month with family and friends in this magnificent city and truly marvel in all of its splendor. Share

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Victoria, BC, Canada

Oh, Canada, Oh Canada!!! How beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, Canada is. Testing out our passports. For my 18th birthday we traveled to this amazing city. Best place that we have traveled to out of the country thus far. We have recently been to Vancouver and we both thought it was the ugly step child compared…

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Artistic Seattle, WA

Beautiful water and cultural city. Seattle is largely known for the Space Needle and being a mecca of new bands and musics. I personally know it as the land of flowers, since I always see the flower sellers at Pike’s Place (more on that later). Side note: Seahawks just won the Super Bowl; not much…

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Eastern Idaho Attractions

Getting Around: There is no major public transportation system in Eastern Idaho or any other part of Idaho except maybe Boise and Coeur d’alene, so if you want to get around you have to drive. Share

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