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Brussels: The Center of Art Nouveau

Europe is known as the art capital of the world with art galleries galore. Many of the renowned artists came from Europe and their works are still there. During the early twentieth century, the art world saw a radical change that reflected the changing political views and pushed against the norms of the art world. This era became known as Avant-Garde art.

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Plan Your Weekend! 24 Hours in Bustling Boston

While many of us would prefer a longer vacation, sometimes we can only manage to travel on the weekends, which only shortens our time at the final destination. Sometimes we find our selves in a new city for whatever the reason and only have a short time to explore. Boston is a busy city and full of American history. Twenty-four hours does not give it credit.

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The Best Photo Spots in Photogenic Savannah

Savannah, GA, is known to be one of the prettiest cities in the South. The coast is lined with marshes, the oak tree limbs trail to the ground, moss drapes off the trees, the abundance of green space downtown is unique. The list of what makes Savannah beautiful keeps going. The beauty invites us to take pictures of everything. Here are a few photo must for the professional photographer or just the amateur.

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St. Augustine, Florida: Visit U.S.'s Oldest City's Legendary Fountain of Youth

Discovered in 1513 by the Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida, is oldest continuously occupied city in America. Legend holds the water from one of the springs can cure sickness as well as reverse aging.

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An Unlikely Place to Visit Abroad

The Bookstore! My favorite activity to do when traveling in Europe is to find a local bookstore. This may just be the inner book nerd in me, but I love a unique bookstore—actually just the smell the books in the bookstore. Finding a bookstore is not just for us Booknerds though. Many bookstores in Europe have amazing architecture, an interesting story about their history, or give an insight into the country’s culture.

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The Sweet Side of Belgium

Belgium is known for its artisan chocolate with many critics claiming that the Belgians craft some of the world's finest. There are over 2,000 chocolate shops in Belgium, which is a testament to their passion for chocolate. The capital city of Brussels offers many insights into this Belgian craft.

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5 Steps to Make Airport Security Smoother

Flying can be a stressful adventure with checking bags, going through security, moving through the airport, the list goes on. Sometimes security can be the worst part with long lines and confusion. Here some tips to speed up and make security a little easier.

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Relax Where the Rich Once Played: Jekyll Island

Located in the on the southeastern coat of Georgia is Jekyll Island, a small island retreat nestled in the marshes that the south is known for. While some people have made their permanent home here, the island feels isolated. With few hotels and no major city center, Jekyll Island is the perfect get away spot.

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How to Pack for a Short Flight

Flying somewhere for just a few days can be quite stressful. Making sure you pack everything while meeting size requirements is a challenge in itself. Decisions like “Should I check a bag or not?” always come up. So here are a few handy tricks to make short trips a little less stressful and little easier.

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Mountain Weekend Getaway: Amicalola Falls

Escape the hustle and the bustle of your busy life by running off to the mountains. Breathe in the fresh air, explore trails, and take in the natural beauty of the mountains in the fall. One of Georgia’s “Natural Wonders” is the Amicalola Falls at the base of the Appalachian Trail in North Georgia. Located in the Chattahoochee National Forest, Amicalola Falls is part of the state park system and is only a 90- minute drive from Atlanta, Georgia.

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Relaxing in the City of Peace: The Hague

The Hague, Netherlands is most well known as the center of the Human Rights institutions. The International Criminal Court, The International Tribunal for the Formal Yugoslavia, The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and The Hague Institute for Global Justice are located here. However, The Hague is a provincial little town on the Netherland’s coast with much more to it than international institutions.

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A Tour of Barcelona through the Architecture.

Barcelona, Spain, is a city in the northeastern part of Spain called Catalan. The city is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Barcelona is a center for an architectural style known as Catalan Modernism that was part of the lager modernism movement known as Art Nouveau that developed in the late 1880s and early 1900s. One of the most famous architectures of this Catalan Modernism was Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926). His style encompasses irregular lines, curved forms, and surprising contrasts which create an awe-inspiring view. In total he finished 18 projects and his last project is still in construction today.

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California Weekend Get Away: San Francisco in Three Days!

We can all be pushed for time with work and school to take off time and travel. Weekends are our only chance to really escape it all. The problem is where to go for a weekend. You want a destination that will keep you busy but not rushed to visit every sight, but you don’t want to see everything in one day.

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Anyone Hungry?:The Perfect London Attraction for Foodies

Visiting London can be exhausting trying to see everything. All that walking and standing can you make you very hungry too! So why not head over to Borough Market to relax and to take in the amazing food culture London has to offer.

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Día de los Muertos: Day of the Dead

This past weekend, while American children dressed as their favorite Disney characters, went door -to -door collecting candy and college students found another reason to party, those in Mexico and of Mexican descent celebrated Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead.

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