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Over the last few decades Marbella has come a long way since its humble beginnings as a small fishing village and now a popular holiday destination for the rich and famous. Located in the Costa del Sol, Marbella became home base for 5 days during our stay in the Andalucia area. Here are a few […]

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Unfortunately, our kids are not as adventurous when it comes to eating…actually they are downright P-I-C-K-Y.  Truthfully, our son has been diagnosed with a food sensory disorder (also has nut allergies) and he despises certain textures and odors. Definitely makes traveling stressful at times. Nevertheless, we do our best and tend to grab street food […]

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The Flume Gorge is a part of Franconia Notch State Park in New Hampshire and an impressive example of glacial action. Who doesn’t love a good old New England covered bridge? The Flume Gorge has multiple bridges of various sizes. The largest red bridge can even get big trucks and buses across it! The gorge […]

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The Alhambra, a 14th-Century Palace and fortress in the hills of Granada, is a must-see during any visit to the Andalusia region in Southern Spain.  The name Alhambra, signifying in Arabic “the red,” is probably derived from the reddish color of the tapia (rammed earth) of which the outer walls were built. The Alhambra is […]

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Primarily known as a ski town, home to the Stowe Mountain Resort, the picturesque village of Stowe and surrounding area is truly a four season destination. You will find a diverse selection of things to do in Stowe, plenty for the entire family and for the more adventurous traveler. Since we only had 2 days […]

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Like most people, I discovered Horseshoe Bend via Instagram and agree the bend is truly a highlight among all the great natural landmarks in the American Southwest. What you may not be aware of is that once you leave the parking lot, expect to walk for three quarters of a mile until you actually reach […]

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While Arches National Park draws a majority of the tourists to the Moab area; our favorite hike was technically OUTSIDE the park. So if you are interested in avoiding the walloping amount of tourists in Arches National Park, then the Corona Arch should be near the top of your list of trails to hike while […]

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Sorry for those who don’t love history but here is another history post about one of my obsessions — The Knights Templar.  Likely originating as a Moorish castle built to protect the coast and situated between two hilltops, it was taken over by Don Paio Peres Correia in 1242.  After the Christian reconquest, the castle […]

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Located in the heart of Andalusia (between Seville and Granada), the The Antequera Dolmens is a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The complex contains three megalithic monuments: the Menga and Viera dolmens and the Tholos of the Romeral.  The Viera Dolmen is a corridor tomb consisting of a long passage divided into two sections, at the […]

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Most people know the state of Maine for its rugged coasts, breathtaking natural wonders, and fresh lobster. However, there are plenty of hidden secrets to discover like Atlantic Puffins! With great excitement we booked a puffin cruise with Cap’n Fish’s Cruises.  Puffins have lived on the islands of Maine for centuries but were nearly wiped […]

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Back in June/July of 2021, we spent roughly 3 weeks touring all the New England states (Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut and Rhode Island). While we spent a little more time in Massachusetts and Maine, below is an itinerary to jumpstart your own New England adventures! MASSACHUSETTS :: BOSTON (3-5 Days)For this trip, Boston […]

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Just like majority of travel in the past two years, nothing is like it used to be. With that being said, we made the most of our two weeks (Dec 2021-Jan 2022) exploring Montreal & Quebec City enduring many restrictions (ie: indoor dining closing towards the end of our trip) and permanent closures (hello Christmas […]

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