Tag: history

12 Hours in Reykjavik

Iceland is the perfect layover destination. With a number of reasonably priced flights connecting in Reykjavik and heading on to Europe, it makes it easy for people to make a long stopover and experience some of the country. I’ve been asked by a few people what they can do in Reykjavik if they only have

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A Tribute to American Royalty in Dutchess County

When people hear New York, they tend to think of Manhattan. They associate it with the skyscrapers, crowded streets and historic monuments of the state’s most famed city. I’m guilty of this, too. However, there’s much more to New York than just the 22-square-mile island. This past summer, I had the opportunity to visit Dutchess

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Back to Bean Town: Nine Best Things to do in Boston in the Summer

I ventured back to Boston a couple weekends ago, marking the fourth time visiting this great city. What keeps bringing me back here? My best friend would say it’s her—and that is a factor—but there’s something else that pulls me to Boston. What it is, I can’t exactly put my finger on. It has an

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The Many Sides of Malta

Malta

When my husband and I started planning our honeymoon, we decided we wanted to go somewhere different; somewhere that wasn’t a typical honeymoon destination. I chose Croatia and he picked Malta. Both uncommon, both unique and both filming locations for Game of Thrones (yes, we are big GoT fans). Croatia had been on my bucket

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