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Favorite Travel Bags + Thirty One Gifts Twitter Chat #31Travels

I have been loving my gear from Thirty-One Gifts. So many of their items are perfect for travel! It seems like every time I pack for a trip, regardless if it’s via air or car, most of my bags are from Thirty-One Gifts. For example, on a recent trip to Mardi Gras in Lake Charles, Louisiana, this is what I…

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Donut Vault

A Chicago Must Visit: Doughnut Vault

If you’re looking for what may be the best donut you will ever have in your life, I may have just the place for you. The Doughnut Vault is an amazing little hole in the wall (I mean that almost literally) nestled in central Chicago, with barely enough standing room for maybe 4 people, marked by nothing more than a…

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Library Hotel – A Must Stay For Book Lovers

Please welcome Kim Schneider to the blog. We recently stayed at the Library Hotel in NYC. She is sharing that experience with us today. “I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library,” said author Jorge Luis Borges. And to check the theory, picture rooms with shelves neatly stacked floor to ceiling with books—thousands of books. There’d…

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Delight Your Tastebuds Along Delaware’s Culinary Coast™

We all know that Delaware has a great coast full of beautiful beaches and charming towns. Spend any time in the area and you are bound to put in on our list of places to return to again and again. Its location makes it a great destination for city dwellers to escape the rat race for a bit and dip…

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An Adventure Guide To Dublin OH

An Adventure Guide For Dublin, OH

I’ve been to Dublin, Ireland, but have never taken the time to visit Dublin, Ohio which is, relatively speaking, a pretty close drive from my house. If it could even give me a taste of Ireland, which I miss, I was game to go and see what adventures I could find. Arriving on a Friday afternoon Alan and I spent…

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(c)Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum

Do You Know This Tale of Two Libraries?

Please welcome  Cindy Ladage to the blog as she shares A Tale of Two Libraries with us as we explore a year of literary travel. Libraries are magical places where books bring history, travel, science and beyond to life.  All it takes is opening a book and you can learn about almost anything your heart desires. Some libraries though go…

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Hotel Elysee: A Luxury Stay In New York City Midtown

The taxi rushes through the New York City streets from Times Square to the Hotel Elysee on 54th & Madison. From lights, action, noise to a quiet area near some of the best shopping New York City has to offer. Pulling up to the door a sharply dressed doorman opens my door and welcomes me to the Hotel Elysee. Asking…

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Times Square Hotel Casablanca

Casablanca Hotel: The Perfect Times Square Hotel

I was in New York City for the New York Times Travel Show and to explore literary New York City. Of course, a visit to the city means visiting Times Square and attending as many Broadway plays as I can squeeze in. Knowing what I want to do is one thing. Figuring out where to stay is quite another. There…

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Connecting Abroad With Travelers and Locals Using Apps & Technology

Connecting Abroad With Travelers and Locals Using Apps & Technology

The world of apps is seemingly endless. Every week there’s a new hot game or productivity tool that will revolutionise the way you work. It should come as no surprise then that there are a wealth of apps designed to help you out while you travel. There are many difficulties that apps can solve, from finding your way around new…

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Tidewater Inn

Tidewater Inn: A Historic Stay in Easton, MD

Located in quaint downtown Easton, in an area filled with history, delicious eats, boutique shopping and the famed Avalon Theater the Tidewater Inn is the perfect location for your next stay on Maryland’s East Coast. If you are looking for a place that is steeped in history and has stories to tell the Tidewater Inn is the place. The history…

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