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El-Ateneo-Grand-Splendid
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This Gorgeous 100-Year-Old Theater Turned Bookstore Will Amaze You

Along the streets of Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires you will find a beautiful theater, called the Grand Splendid Theater, that dates back to 1919. If you enter it, however, you may be surprised to find that no plays are being staged here any longer. You would be out of luck for movies too. Though the […]

Sean Cate

Sean Cate

Freelance Writer

Manzamo Cape in Okinawa Japan
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You’ll Never Guess What Country This Gorgeous Destination Is In

Japan is mostly known internationally for Tokyo’s bustle and neon nightlife and Kyoto’s cultural attractions, but Japan is packing another secret gem: Okinawa. This southern prefecture is Japan’s tropical getaway, and it’s downright beautiful. Okinawa’s has a rich and interesting history, which most notably includes a long period of independence before Japanese occupation and the conflict […]

Chantel Brink

Chantel Brink

Freelance Writer

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7 Breathtaking Honeymoon Destinations Any Couple Will Remember Forever

With the blissful tumult of your wedding day not far behind, you’ll need a moment (or a few!) to recharge and spend some quality time with your spouse. But everyone recharges differently! Whether you prefer being pampered on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, camel-riding adventures through a desert, or a week-long […]

wood bridge over a river with crystal blue water
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10 Places Where You Can See the Bluest Water in the World

Our emotional and spiritual connection with water can be very strong. The way that water influences us is an indescribable feeling. Some feel it’s effects more so than others. There’s actually some scientific reasons as to why people feel differently after visiting the ocean. The water plays a huge part in the way we feel […]

Hoh Rain Forest
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Hoh Rain Forest in Washington is Enchanting

The Hoh Rainforest, pronounced “Hoe”, earns its name from the ever-flowing Hoh River that carves its way from Mount Olympus towards the Pacific Coast. However, where the name originates, is up to some debate. The word “Hoh” undoubtedly comes from Native American languages; possibly the Quileute word “Ohalet” which means “fast-moving water” or “snow water.” […]

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Dignity Statue in South Dakota is a Tribute to Native Tribes

Erected in September 2016, the 50-foot stainless steel Dignity statue depicts a Native American woman in Plains-style clothing holding a star quilt behind along her back. It was designed by Dale Lamphere. The statue looks over the Missouri River in Chamberlain, South Dakota, and represents the courage and wisdom of the Lakota and Dakota people […]

Watkins Glen state park
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Watkins Glen State Park is an Escape to Fairyland

Situated in the Finger Lakes region of New York is the Watkins Glen State Park. Within the park – and only two miles – the plush landscape carpeted by greenery, the Glen’s stream descends 400 feet past 200-foot cliffs. Here you will find 19 waterfalls from cascades, punchbowls, traditional falls, curtains, and plunges. The gorge […]

Kevin Costner
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Go on a Road Trip with Kevin Costner

You have heard people say “I could listen to them read the phonebook!” Ok, a millennial might not get that reference but Gen X’ers and previous generations know what I’m talking about. Well, your prayers have been answered! Kevin Costner is one of the storytellers on a new app called Autio (formerly HearHere). Have a […]

stargaze
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There are Dedicated Places for you to Stargaze

When you were a kid, did you lie on the grass to look a-up at the sky to stargaze? Did you know that it took nearly two decades of work and cooperation from countless local leaders, residents, and business owners to create the conditions to create the Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve? In 2017, the […]