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This post was most recently updated on June 24th, 2019There’s plenty to see and do in Anchorage throughout the year — particularly in the summer. Summer in Anchorage is a special time; this vibrant and dynamic city comes into its own and shows visitors what it really has to offer, and it can all be […]
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Caribbean festivals can be experienced around the world. From the tropics to the US, Canada, and the UK, each festival is filled with cultural celebrations. Some festivals and events are larger than others, but all have a similar purpose; to remember, honor and celebrate Caribbean culture, heritage, and traditions. The best part of these exciting […]
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If you want to experience an Arctic safari, you don’t need to travel very far, spend thousands of dollars, or freeze yourself in subzero temperatures. So many wild Alaska attractions are easily accessible in the summer, and the abundance of cheap flight deals just make it that much easier to get to the state without […]
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The month of June is special for numerous reasons: there’s sunshine to soak up, we all get a chance to catch up on some family time, and who can forget the many graduations and BBQs galore (just to name a few)! But did you know, that June is also a month of commemoration? In 2006, […]
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Ever been traveling somewhere in Europe — maybe you’re at the Tower of Pisa or at the Eiffel Tower — and you just KNOW there are other Americans around? Yep, we’re loud. Some may even say other unflattering things about our traits as travelers, but there’s no denying it’s not too hard to spot the […]
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Knocking on the door of your new home for the next few months in a foreign country can be intimidating. Staying with a host family to study abroad can lend great cultural immersion, but it isn’t always easy. Homestays require more adjustment than just living with other students. There are different customs and cultures to […]
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This post was most recently updated on June 11th, 2019Summer and family go hand in hand. For most of us, memories of summer are intertwined with family get-togethers or road trips to somewhere exotic or interesting. Even special summer holidays like the 4th of July remind us that there’s nothing quite like enjoying the great […]
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In the event of an unexpected injury, illness or any type of emergency while on a trip away from home you should know where to turn for help, especially when in an unfamiliar country or place. It’s hard to predict that an accident will or will not happen, so before you book round trip flights […]
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It’s officially time to break out the U.S. flags, barbecue grills, and fireworks! The Fourth of July is upon us, and it’s time to get ready for some serious celebrating. Most cities in America have some sort of Independence Day festivities, whether it involves a parade, fireworks, a reenactment, or some other kind of tribute. […]
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The lines at the DMV are about to get a whole lot longer for the rest of the year. Why you might ask? Well, with the Real ID Act deadline looming above us, the roughly twenty-seven million outstanding Americans that still need to get their Real-ID-compliant driver’s licenses for domestic travel are gearing up to get their acts together (pun intended).    Whether […]
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