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24 Hours in Reykjavik – The Blue Lagoon!

Why did we spend 24 hours in Reykjavik? It is a relatively common story actually! Flying from the USA to Europe often goes through Iceland, Reykjavik to be precise. If you find an extremely cheap flight to Europe, chances are you have a stop here, and we have a not-so-secret tip for you: take advantage of your layover! If you have more than a few hours layover, or even have a few days in Iceland,…

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What to do in Wisconsin – Football, Cabins, Beer, and Cheese

Wisconsin is Julie’s home state. She grew up in Wisconsin Rapids, vacationed in Wisconsin Dells, learned to love the Wisconsin necessities (beer, sausage, cheese, football) and became the woman she is today! She knows this state inside out, and knows everything about what to do in Wisconsin. Let us be your guide! First up, football. This game runs through the veins of every Wisconsinite, especially those in frosty Green Bay. If you think of Wisconsin…

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3 Day Guide to Lisbon, Portugal

Whether you are a Portu-gal or a Portu-guy, you are sure to have the time of your life in Lisbon. If you don’t like stupid jokes like that, might be best to find another article. Our goal in writing this is to give you the perfect 3 day guide to Lisbon, but also to try and have a sense of humor about it! The way we organized this guide is the exact way we experienced…

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Cabo San Lucas Blog – Paradise on the Pacific

Cabo San Lucas is truly a paradise on the Pacific Ocean. Located on the southern tip of Baja California, Cabo isn’t just a slice of heaven, it is the whole dang cake! Let us be your guide as we share our ideas for the perfect things to do in Cabo San Lucas. Side Note: this Cabo San Lucas blog was such a blast to put together, because we remembered how much freaking fun it was!…

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3 Stunning Seattle Hikes – 30 miles away OR LESS

When I think of Seattle, a lot of things come to mind. The birthplace of Microsoft, Starbucks, Amazon. Seattle Seahawks, Mariners, Supersonics (bring them back!). Puget Sound and Lake Washington, maybe even whale watching at the right time of the year. Hiking is pretty far down the list, but let me tell you it should be much higher! I know what you’re thinking, ‘yeah Mt Rainier and the Olympic Range are awesome, but those are…

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