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As the year comes to an end, it’s a great opportunity to reflect upon our past year’s adventures and start planning for the new year! 2015 was a fantastic year and even added a few new stamps to our passports. January 2015 Tucson, Arizona February 2015 Joshua Tree National Park, California March/April 2015 Europe: Paris […]

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It’s no question, vacation rentals have become a popular option for travelers. Renting has the comforts of home and countless advantages including: cooking your own meals, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, more space for larger families, privacy, and most importantly cost-effective. Intrigued by the booming short-term home rental industry, we dived into our own research with […]

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Travelers generally boast about collecting memories rather than things, but sometimes that just isn’t enough. Especially with small children, it’s fun to pull out the patch collection or stare in awe at the Christmas tree with ornaments collected from all over the world. Souvenir Patches Christmas Ornaments Leftover Currency Books What do you collect from […]

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Out of the three cities we visited on our spring trip to Europe: Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam, one surprised us the most with its charm, culture and beauty. We found that sometimes you spend years dreaming about a certain city and then that city simply doesn’t live up to your expectation — well, Amsterdam was […]

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Brussels was never one of those cities high on the bucket list. However, it was along our high-speed train route from Paris to Amsterdam and we felt this unique and underrated travel destination was worthy of a 24-hour visit. Unfortunately, like most European cities in the spring, it rained A LOT during our stay. Nevertheless, […]

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Planning a trip to the Paris can be overwhelming. There is so much information to glean and with 7 days in Paris, we barely even scratched the surface of what the City of Lights has to offer. As a city with ancient origins dating back over 2,000 years, there is no shortage of experiences to […]

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Paris has been capturing the hearts of travelers from all over the world. It was first dubbed the “City of Light” when Champs-Elysées was lite with gas lamps. Take a stroll through this enchanting city and see why the City of Lights is the most romantic city at night. Have you walked Paris at night? […]

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Château de Versailles, originally built in 1623 by Louix XIII, remains to be one of the most awe-inspiring palaces in the world. The palace is famous mostly for its residents, King Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette, and the signing of the 1919 Treaty of Versailles. As one strolls through the opulent palace, symmetrical gardens, grand […]

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Lindau is the largest Bavarian town located on the eastern shore of Lake Constance (The Bodensee known to the Germans). Connected to the mainland by two brides, the charming old island town is frequented by Europeans due to its meeting point of the Germany, Austrian, and Swiss borders. It’s an ideal getaway with the most […]

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