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  • A Day In, Culture, Travel

    A Day in Amsterdam, Netherlands

    I had the opportunity to visit Amsterdam several times while I lived in Germany. Around 2 hours by train from Dusseldorf Germany, Amsterdam was within convenient reach for me to go on weekend expeditions. A city with many memorable historical significance mirrored by its attractive architecture and the many museums.

  • A Day In, Culture

    A Day in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee

    An easy 1.6-mile round trip hike from the area near Bryson City presents two waterfalls. One, the 60-foot high Tom Branch Falls, a spectacular sight where you can take a dip in the soothing water.  A bit further from the Tom Branch Falls is the 25-foot Indian Creek Falls.

  • A Day In, Culture, Travel

    A Day in Boston, Massachusetts

    Boston is perhaps the most historic city in the United Sates. The place where the American Revolution ensued. Subsequently, the significant Bunker Hill between the Patriots and the British erupted, which ultimately inflicted much damage on the British and led to their evacuation.

  • Culture, Travel

    5 Summer Vacations You Should Take

    Schools are out, and the Summer is a prime season for family travel. Whether you are looking at the wide beach, a mix of culture and adventure, outdoor bars, thriving coffee cultures and restaurants, or jungles and volcanoes to vineyards and salt flats. I recommend you add these five places to your travel list of sites you want to see in your lifetime.

  • Culture, Travel

    Room-Saving Tips for Packing Your Suitcase

    Your big trip is almost underway, but you still need to pack. Whether you’re going on a small vacation, a fancy excursion, or a business trip, packing can be a hassle, especially when you have limitations on suitcases and carry-ons. Here are a few tips to help you maximize your luggage space for your future trip.

  • A Day In, Culture, Life, Living, Travel

    A Day in Brisbane, Australia

    Its unique Queenslander architecture represents much of the city’s heritage. This city has also hosted several prominent international events including the 2014 G20 summit. If you had a day to spend in this sunny, breezy and busy city down under, here are some suggestions.

  • A Day In, Culture, Life, Living, Travel

    A Day In Hamburg, Germany

    The Northern Pearl is what the locals call their city Hamburg, Germany. With a population of 1.7 million people, it is the second largest city in Germany. Situated on the Elbe River, Hamburg radiates all the charms that are associated with a port city. Additionally, many streams and canals merge into the river providing an aqueous splash to its vibrancy. More than 2,500 bridges connect the banks of the various waterways which amount to more than Venice, Amsterdam, and London combined.

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