8 Amazingly Random Stops Along Nevada’s HWY 50 premium
Every road trip has a plan. A route filled with highlights and must-see things along the drive. However, anyone that’s ever been on a road trip can tell you some of the best moments often come from the things you can’t plan. The memories that will last are usually from the spontaneous stops along the […]
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Getting Stamped
July 11, 2016
Bodie Lighthouse on North Carolina’s Outer Banks premium
The post Bodie Lighthouse on North Carolina’s Outer Banks appeared first on LandLopers. Continue Reading
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Land Lopers
July 9, 2016
The Gold Panning Experience in Alaska: A Valuable History Lesson! premium
During the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1890s, people rushed to the Yukon and Alaska to claim a part of the gold as their own. The Klondike Gold Rush brought thousands of people to the area, which saw growth of towns and businesses. Gold panning was on our Alaska bucket list for sure, so […]
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Just Chasing Rabbits
July 8, 2016
Hudson, New York: The Coolest Small Town in America premium
“No matter what, you need to get out of the city at least once a month,” my friends warned me. Of course I’ll get out of the city, I thought to myself. I travel for a living! Then April came and to my great shock, I went a full month without leaving New York. Hell, […]
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Adventurous Kate
A Coastal Drive Through Palos Verdes, CA premium
I know for a fact that I’ve explored more of Europe than my home state of California. While I have zero regrets, I do think it’s important to appreciate what’s in our own backyard every now and then. Whether it be playing tourist for the day, or planning a stay-cation for the weekend, I encourage […]
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That Backpacker
My Thirteen Favorite US Travel Destinations premium
Happy independence day, America! They say it takes leaving home to appreciate the beauty of your own backyard, and in my evolution as a traveler, I’ve found that to be true. There was a time when not a single one of the fifty states seemed adventurous enough to quench my thirst for all things exotic, […]
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Alex in Wanderland
The new UNESCO site in Texas premium
The USA’s newest World Heritage site dedicated in 2015, the San Antonio Missions are a great history lesson in Spanish colonialism and tell the story of the beginning of South Texas culture. So this was the perfect way to start my exploration of San Antonio and Texas! continue reading The post The new UNESCO site […]
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Bluesky Traveler
June 29, 2016
A Day Trip to the North Fork of Long Island premium
This summer, I’ve been planning lots of special day trips and short getaways from Manhattan. One of my biggest priorities? The North Fork of Long Island. Long Island extends eastward from Brooklyn and Queens and eventually forks in two. The South Fork gets most of the hype and vacationers — it’s home to the Hamptons and beautiful […]
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Adventurous Kate
June 28, 2016
Santa Cruz – Ocean to the Redwoods premium
Santa Cruz might be the “best kept secret” on your Northern California Route 1 trip or weekend getaway. continue reading The post Santa Cruz – Ocean to the Redwoods appeared first on BlueSkyTraveler.com. Continue Reading
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Bluesky Traveler
June 28, 2016
6 Awesome Souvenirs from Seattle, Washington premium
Seattle made quite the impression on us. We loved the atmosphere, the people (and their dogs!), the food, the history, and the art. Seattle took its spot as one of our favorite cities almost immediately.  With iconic sites like Pike Place Market’s Gum Wall, Underground Seattle, and the first Starbucks store, we tried to find […]
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Just Chasing Rabbits

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