Posts Tagged "Travel"

Must-Have Souvenirs from North Georgia

Must-Have Souvenirs from North Georgia

One fun side of traveling is collecting precious souvenirs from the places we’ve been. These small keepsakes remind us of our exciting adventure on an exotic island or the time we first set foot in a busy metropolis. Every city or town we go to, there’s always that iconic souvenir that symbolizes that place. Key chains and fridge magnets are stereotypical items found in any gift shop, so I...

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Why I Keep Coming Back to Half Moon Bay Brewery

Why I Keep Coming Back to Half Moon Bay Brewery

Half Moon Bay is known for everything related to beaches and oceans—as well as its brewery. The Half Moon Bay Brewing Company is a top beach bar and restaurant destination in the San Mateo County, as the Travel + Leisure Magazine would attest. Locals and travelers have made it a place of gathering for great food, beer, and conversation. Besides its dreamy venue right next to the Pacific Ocean,...

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The Three Stars of New Hampshire

The Three Stars of New Hampshire

A perfect destination for nature lovers or the active sports enthusiasts, New Hampshire features landscapes of a serene countryside dotted with rolling hills and high mountains in the Northeast. Any season of the year is the best time to visit New Hampshire, but if you have summer in mind, you can enjoy riding in a hot-air balloon. If you are into country fairs, you can choose to attend the...

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Adventure Travel in Georgia

Adventure Travel in Georgia

Who can resist the beauty of Georgia and its versatile terrain: from swamplands and rivers to mountains and plains. Thus, besides its rich historic background, Georgia is a favorite destination for travelers who crave for adventure. So if you’re thinking of going on a one-day trip or a week, the Southern state will surely have something to suit your schedule and activity level. Durhamtown...

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Best Time to Go to Hurghada

Best Time to Go to Hurghada

Egypt holidays offer a fantastic mid-haul destination from the UK, with its coastal resorts open for business year-round. Hurghada, known for its spectacular coral reefs and excellent tourist facilities, boasts sun-drenched days during both summer and winter, and with an average annual temperature of 29C and practically no rainfall, it’s a haven for those in search of long blissful hours on the...

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