Bedbugs, Blisters, and Backpacks: Camino de Santiago Advice for Women

Looking for Camino de Santiago advice for women? You’re in the right place! My pal Reagan did the entire 800 km Camino de Santiago (nearly 500 miles!) trek and lived to tell the tale. Here’s how she did it. Bedbugs, Blisters, and Backpacks: Camino de Santiago Advice for Women We…

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Czech These Out: The Best Walking Tours in Prague

Looking for the best walking tours in Prague? Look no farther! Texans love their koláče*. So much so that I get emails like this from Texas Humor on the regular. They really do know their audience. Growing up, road trips weren’t complete (and still aren’t) without a visit to The…

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The Wimbledon Afternoon Queue: Your Best Bet for Wimbledon Tickets

Joining the Wimbledon afternoon queue is the easiest way to get day-of Wimbledon tickets. Even if you don’t like tennis ( I don’t — the numbers on the scoreboard kept changing and I had no idea what was happening) Wimbledon can still be really fun. Here’s everything a tennis newbie…

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Ireland Travel Inspiration: 29 Times “Leap Year” was Your Favorite Movie

Looking for some Ireland travel inspiration? For amazing Ireland travel inspiration, look no further than the 2010 CLASSIC Leap Year. Starring Amy Adams, the film is filled with so much Irish inspo that we suspect it’s all a ploy of the Irish Tourism Board.  Here are 29 times that Leap…

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Art Museum Snapchats: the National Portrait Gallery Edition

Tucked up behind the National Gallery and Trafalgar Square is the testament of Great Britain’s well, greatness: the National Portrait Gallery. I spent two glorious hours wandering its hallowed halls and, due to my inability to focus on reading wall labels, came up with my own in the form of…

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