There are many lovely things that come with the onset of fall. With the leaves changing colors and falling all around us, followed by the end of one great American sport (baseball) transitioning into another (football), there are many reasons to enjoy Read full post »
Fans throughout the world continue to fall in love with the iconic Hello Kitty character. And as the empire expands, the number of experiences that include this mouth-less wonder also increase. The cuteness is undeniable but only diehard fans will relish in Read full post »
The 40th World Heritage Committee met in Istanbul a couple of weeks ago to vote on new sites to receive UNESCO World Heritage designations. The voting didn’t go as smoothly as normal with a lot of other events going on in Istanbul, Read full post »
1. Italy With the exception of the mountains, Italy gets absolutely baking hot in August. So much so that most locals take August as their vacation month and leave the heat of Italy behind. If you visit Italy in the summer, expect Read full post »
Traveling where the U.S. dollar is relatively strong can make your travels a lot less expensive. Right now the U.S. dollar is pretty strong in general compared to to previous years, but there are still some places that your dollar will stretch Read full post »
There’s no doubt that travel is rewarding, but sometimes there are bad travel experiences along the way. No matter how much or little money you spend on a trip and how well you are prepared ahead of time, you are bound to Read full post »
Our trip to Vietnam was not planned for the purpose of remembering the soldiers who served there during the war. My friend has longed to visit Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to connect with a professional friend she has wanted to meet Read full post »
Although nearly eight million tourists visit Vietnam each year, less than 500,000 are from the United States. This is understandable as it is a daunting journey and many U.S. travelers may wonder how they might be treated there. I was more concerned Read full post »
A three-day visit to Tokyo was the second half of the trip around the world with my younger brothers. My youngest brother was most excited for the visit. A few years ago he spent three months in Japan and he was eagerly awaiting some Read full post »
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