North America


Last updated: 01/4/17There are many Vieques beaches to choose from during your visit to this tiny island off of the east coast of Puerto Rico, and depending on your length of stay it may be somewhat difficult to visit them all. Don’t worry, we did during our five-day visit, and after our exploration of the island we have come to the conclusion that these nine are the very best that cannot be missed. So jump in your 4-wheel drive...

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Last updated: 12/12/16The bourbon trail in Kentucky is a pilgrimage spot for those who love this amazing spirit. Being bourbon lovers ourselves, we finally got the chance to visit the region to check out some of our favorite distilleries as well as others we’ve always wanted to try. During our visit we stayed for four nights, three days, and learned a lot about what goes into planning a good bourbon trail itinerary. As such, we...

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Last updated: 12/13/16When you think of Salt Lake City, you may think of mountains and Mormons, but you probably don’t think of genealogical research. But Salt Lake City is home to the Family History Library, the largest genealogical library in the world. This library is part of a 10-acre complex known as Temple Square that houses buildings owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Whether you’ve never even...

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Last updated: 04/12/16While Canada has numerous attractions worth seeing some travelers appreciate seeing sights that don’t show up in your typical tourism guide. Sure, Niagara Falls is beautiful (especially on the Canadian side), and the CN Tower is a great place to snap some great photos, but hitting these spots would score you a solid B on your tourism report card. For those who want to go above and beyond and need some inspiration...

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Last updated: 12/13/16When visiting an area with such natural beauty like the Finger Lakes, you might not think about spending time indoor at museums- especially with the area’s reputation as a grape-growing region with tons of wineries. But as we found out during our recent visit, you can only drink so much wine, and sometimes the weather just doesn’t cooperate. We ended up spending a good amount of time in several of the...

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Last updated: 12/13/16Watkins Glen State Park, located on the southern tip of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes, feels like something that doesn’t belong. This particular region of upstate New York is full of rolling hills as far as the eye can see as well as numerous glacier carved lakes.  It is not the place where you would expect to find a 400-foot gorge.  But Watkins Glen is just that, and due to its unique location at a very...

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