Wicked Good Places to Eat in Boston

I have spent a lot of time in Boston and love the city.  It is walkable, historic and has great nightlife and sports.  It also has a fantastic foodie scene and has many wicked good places to eat. Boston is one of the oldest major cities in the United States…

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What to Pack for a Sustainable Trip To Europe

Updated February 23, 2021 Holiday in Europe in 2021 is not only about seeing the most touristic cities. You can experience the charm of ancient ruins by visiting less touristic and overcrowded European destinations, choosing a green transportation mode, and enjoying sustainable European delicatessens. But before getting to Europe travel…

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Free Things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona’s Art Nouveau, culinary and cultural bona fides are one of the trademarks of the city now, but it wasn’t the case. Today, 8 out of 10 people go to Barcelona for its architecture, and 500 people a day spend more than half an hour looking at the buildings from…

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The Best Things to do in Barcelona with Kids

Barcelona, one of the few European metropolises that have beaches within walking distance from the very center with historic sights and plenty of old-age culture and arts scene to be around, is a great destination if you are planning your European family holiday with kids. This child-friendly country has its…

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9 Travel Tips from Digital Nomads and Long-term Travelers

When 2021 unravels with new expectations about travel, and you have probably explored your city’s streets the best you can, indulged into AI experiences of great virtual tours to museums and galleries around the world, and even managed to escape the city for a long-needed break exploring your backcountry, there…

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Things to do in Milan

I used to travel to Milan often.  It was told to me that there isn’t much to do in the city as it was the center for fashion and other industries, but not really a tourist place.  See the Duomo and Leonardo’s The Last Supper and you have pretty much…

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