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Best Of Havana: What To Do In Cuba’s Capital City

Best Of Havana: What To Do In Cuba’s Capital City Best Things to do in Havana, Cuba Havana, Cuba The vibrant capital city of Havana, Cuba has long been inaccessible to American travelers, but thankfully this is no longer the case. Here are some of my favorite things to do in the City of Columns! In recent years, Cuba has seen major changes and opened its doors to visitors. More and more American’s are now visiting Cuba than ever before, and tourism has been on the rise — for good reason! Only an hour away from Miami by plane, Havana is a majestic blend of old and new, vintage cars and colorful, often crumbling infrastructure; its energy pulses with…

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12 things to do in Great Lakes Bay

12 things to do in Great Lakes Bay After a long, cold winter, nature runs riot in the Great Lakes Bay Region. It seems like everything — everything — is green and vibrantly alive. The days are long and not too hot, the nights pleasantly cool and lit by campfires and fireflies, and the water seems more vividly blue against all the shades of green. Found on the east coast of the Lower Peninsula, this region is just west of Michigan’s “thumb” and includes the towns of Bay City, Birch Run, Chesaning, Frankemuth, Midland, and Saginaw. The list of awesome things to do in the area runs long, but here are 12 to get you started. 1. Paddling the…

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11 outdoor adventures in Kissimmee

11 outdoor adventures in Kissimmee 11 outdoor adventures you had no idea were possible in Kissimmee, Fla. By: Jacqueline Kehoe What does “outdoor adventure” mean to you? Does it mean paddling the headwaters of the Everglades? A sloth hanging from your arm? Maybe piloting a vintage airplane, or navigating through the treetops of a cypress forest? In Kissimmee, it means all of the above. Plan your perfect summer trip with these 11 outdoor adventures — that you’ll never believe are all in one place. This post is proudly produced in partnership with Experience Kissimmee. 1. Airboating through the headwaters of the Everglades Skim across the water at 45 mph, cruising around the Central Florida Everglades at their most uncharted….

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Restaurant guide: Arlington, TX

Restaurant guide: Arlington, TX I grew up just outside of Arlington, and now that I’ve moved away, I find myself missing the diversity. While my friends were obsessed with Six Flags, I spent most of my time…eating. Arlington has a surprisingly huge variety of ingredients, recipes, and cooking traditions, thanks — at least in part — to the international appeal of the University of Texas at Arlington, the Dallas Cowboys, and the Texas Rangers. It’s a legit melting pot. As a result, Arlington natives and tourists alike have access to global cuisines that can be found almost nowhere else in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and you should really try them all. It’s impossible to harness the full bouquet of…

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10 ways to see Costa Rican culture

10 ways to see Costa Rican culture You may have heard travelers you know refer to Costa Rica as their little “corner of Eden.” If you’ve been here before, you get it, and if you haven’t, you will. This place is 100% real and as fresh as as it gets — even if you’re a veteran visitor, the next time you cross these borders you’ll meet new people, conquer new adventures, encounter new wildlife, and maybe come back more than a little renewed yourself. Though the list is always growing, check out these 10 surefire ways to elevate your trip to the appropriately christened land of pura vida. 1. Taking your time to travel overland Photo: Peter Hook Once…

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Things to Do in Savannah, Georgia: Where to Eat, Play, and Stay

Things to Do in Savannah, Georgia: Where to Eat, Play, and Stay We’re fresh back from our epic East Coast road trip! By the numbers, it was a doozy: over 70 days, we traveled more than 3,600 miles and stayed in 14 cities in 9 states. (All with our cat, by the way) For us, it was part road trip and part reconnaissance mission. We’re on the hunt for our next place to move. While Chattanooga is still at the top of our list, Savannah surprised us. It’s charming, historic, beautiful, friendly, and right on the water. And all those things that make it a great place to live naturally make it an awesome place to visit. Things to…

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8 amazing places in Crystal River

8 amazing places in Crystal River The Florida of glossy magazine advertisements is covered in wide, sandy beaches and glitzy high rises. Weird, because that’s not representative of most of the state. If you want to get a look at what we’ll just call the real Florida, head to the Crystal River region on the Gulf Coast. On my first visit, I — like most other first-timers — was drawn by the opportunity to swim with manatees in the only place in North America where you’re legally allowed to do so. And while the giant, friendly creatures are undoubtedly the stars of the show around here, I quickly learned that Crystal River and surrounding Citrus County have more than…

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8 best lake hikes in Idaho

8 best lake hikes in Idaho Idaho is home to some of the most pristine forest wilderness left in the Lower 48 — and we’ve got more than 2,000 lakes hiding up here, too. Pick your setting: the backpacker’s paradise of the Sawtooth Mountains, the less-traveled Gospel Hump Wilderness, the remote Frank Church–River of No Return Wilderness…the list goes on. Wherever you venture, turquoise and crystalline mountain lakes, wildflowers, lake trout, and some seriously killer views await on the state’s most-loved treks. Check out these eight hikes to access some of the best lakes (and best-kept secrets) in Idaho. Iron Creek to Sawtooth Lake (Sawtooth National Forest – Stanley) Photo: Brian Teutsch Distance: 8.5 miles out and backDifficulty: Moderate…

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11 reasons Idaho is epic in summer

11 reasons Idaho is epic in summer There’s really no bad time of year to be in Idaho, but summer in the Gem State is extra sweet. There are rivers to raft, trails to hike. You can wake up to the sunrise over an alpine lake, surrounded by 10,000-foot peaks; come nighttime, you can sink into a hot spring under some of the nation’s darkest night skies. Boating or floating, hiking or biking, noshing or moshing…you can’t go wrong. Here are 11 reasons why Idaho is the place to be in summer. 1. Idaho has the most navigable whitewater in the Lower 48… Photo: Zachary Collier River rafting is how we get through life, both figuratively and literally. And…

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17 moments to have in Virginia

17 moments to have in Virginia Virginia is a vibrant microcosm of our nation’s geographic and cultural diversity, with everything from rolling rural landscapes to big-city energy, from vast mountain wilderness to coastal escapes. Whether you’re taking a side trip from neighboring DC or spending a month exploring the state’s trails and waterways, your time in Virginia will be unforgettable. Here are 17 moments to look forward to. 1. Spotting wild island horses Photo: m01229 The small town of Chincoteague, located on the barrier island of the same name, is your gateway to the Assateague Island National Seashore. Windswept and unspoiled, the beaches are the stuff of your shipwrecked pirate fantasies. Wild horses are just a huge bonus. Every…

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