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Vacations for You and the Guys

It’s not every day that the guys are able to leave town and spend quality time with one another. Taking a guy’s-only vacation allows men to bond over shared adventures, and even turn it into an annual event. When planning the perfect guy’s getaway, it’s important to offer activities that the whole group is on board with. Here is an overview of some of the best domestic and international weekend getaways for you and the guys.

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Olympic Mania 2021

The international sports festival, known as the Olympic Games, takes place every four years. Some of the world’s greatest athletes train every day to participate in the Games in hopes of earning a bronze, silver or gold medal. The Olympic Games are broken into two events, the Summer Games and the Winter Games, held separately. The Summer Games take place in the first year and the Winter Games are in the third year of the four-year period. Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics were rescheduled and are taking place exactly one year later. They will still be called Tokyo 2020 despite the new 2021 date. The Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics begin July 23rd thru August 8th, 2021. The Paralympic Games start 15 days after. Let’s dig into the action on what to expect for this summer’s Olympic Games!

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Fantasy Vacations with No Budget

Especially in today’s times, as we all were experiencing stay-at-home orders, fantasizing about our next vacation once travel returns was the new norm. A lot of time was passed filling up our Pinterest boards with white sand beaches and tropical palm trees, hoping somehow, we win the lottery to make it all come true. We’re all eager to fulfill our wanderlust needs, but what if you had no budget and could travel anywhere you desire. Let’s take a few minutes and fantasize about these four dream vacations as if money were no object.

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Exploring: Louisiana

Exploring the United States is an exciting idea. Taking it one state at a time might be even more exciting. You will have opportunities to experience countless climates, cultures, history, people, and more. Think about making a list of all the states and creating a bucket list itinerary for each of them. Each time you’re ready to travel but aren’t sure where to go or what to do when you get there, refer to your list and start crossing places off.

What’s great about traveling domestically is the opportunity for road tripping. Not only may this be a bit more cost effective, based on number of travelers and distance, but it may also lend itself to your travel experience as a whole. Creating memories on the road is the best way to kick off and end a trip.

Last time we went exploring in the U.S. we considered Maine, a New England staple. Now let’s take some time to explore Louisiana. We’ll dive into a few of the things that make Louisiana bucket list worthy.

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6 Reasons People Travel

Millions of people travel all corners of the world every single day. But, what really drives people to explore more than just their backyards? Just like anything, the list for what inspires people to travel is endless. No matter what motivates you to travel, we’re just happy that you share the passion for travel with us.

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Exploring: Maine

The United States of America is usually broken down by region and then by state/attraction. The west coast boasts great weather and modern attractions including a new and upcoming vegan food scene. The south offers warmer temperatures as well with the chance for ultimate relaxation on world class beaches. New England, or the northeastern region of the United States, offers quaint historic landmarks, great seafood, and every season!

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Why You Might Want to Consider Traveling During the Off Season

One of the biggest decisions we make when we decide to travel is when to actually venture out. Often times this is dictated by the time we are able to take off from work, kids schools schedules, and location. Something to consider, however, is traveling during off season. Off season is the time of year when tourist numbers are at their lowest.

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9 Underrated Cities to Visit in the U.S.

We all know about some of the most visited and highly rated places in the U.S., like Las Vegas, Orlando, NYC, etc. So, we wanted to take some time to inspire you to visit some lesser known cities with all the spark and spunk you could ever want on a vacation. Who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to add them to your domestic travel bucket list!

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4 Surprising Places to Visit in Maryland

When you’re ready to travel again, consider Maryland as a destination. You may be surprised at what you discover. Maryland’s history, tourist attractions, and proximity to Washington, D.C. are natural draws for visitors. However, did you know that the Appalachian Trail runs through Maryland? Did you also know that Old Bay Seasoning was originally created in Baltimore? Maryland is known for great crab houses and they all use Old Bay to give their crab dishes a kick! Read on to learn more about Maryland and the surprises it has in store for you.

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5 Amazing Castles You Can Visit Around the World

 

Who wouldn’t want to travel to a real-life castle? Visitors flock to castles because of their unique allure, rich histories and grand facades. They are magnificent structures that vary in size, shape, and detail. Built by monarchs and governments, they bring a country’s past into the present. When you’re ready to travel again, here are a few destinations to add to your bucket list. Let’s take a little tour of some of the great castles around the world!

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