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Arches National Park, Utah

Arches National Park is a U.S. National Park in eastern Utah, located on the Colorado. Within the park, you can find over 2,000 natural sandstone arches as well as a verity of unique geological resources and formations. You will also be able to see the world-famous...

Music: Brazilian Chorale

I haven’t done much in the way of music or album reviews before, I know. But since this is a travel blog, it would make sense to include one when applicable. Take your ears on a vacation for once. The music in question is a recent album from the Choir of Gonville and...

Travel Profiles: Senegal

Senegal lies on the western coast of Africa, above the equator, and brings in a consistent wave of tourism every year. Senegal has seen increasing modernization over the last decade which attracts Europeans and Americans alike. Specifically over the last few years its...

Thanksgiving and the Body

With Thanksgiving knocking on the door, America is gearing up for an evening of overindulgence in the form of high-calorie mouthwatering Thanksgiving Dinner. It is safe to assume that even the most health-conscious of people are likely to intake richer food than they...

Autumn All Over

Traveling is the best way to fuel your mind and soul.  Everyone appreciates a person who is experienced and well-cultured.  In light of fall, it is important to step outside and experience the beauty that comes with the changing of leaves.  So take some time off and...

Let’s Sit Together?

Whether traveling with a young child or a dementia-burdened elder, there are occasions when traveling by plane simply requires two passengers to sit next to each other.  Unfortunately, according to The Huffington Post, that is no longer a simple task, as seats on...

Travel tips from David Ciclitira

Sometimes the best travel stories aren’t really stories at all. It’s great to sit down with an avid traveler, and take in all the knowledge and tips he or she has to offer. With so many years of travel under their belts, it would be silly to not take a tip from these...

Willis Tower Torments Tourist with False Alarm

Willis Tower, located in Chicago, has a unique aspect to its architecture, intended to draw in tourist and sight-seekers.  Four sky deck ledges extend a little more than four feet from the edge of the building.  The boxes are located directly off the one hundred and...