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All-American Fun in Arlington, Texas

In Texas, United States by Katelyn2 Comments

It doesn’t get more all-American than the city of Arlington, Texas. Home to General Motors, Six Flags, the Texas Rangers, and the Dallas Cowboys, Arlington is known as the American Dream City. This small city of nearly 400,000 residents is home to diverse neighborhoods with world-class educational institutions, iconic sports venues, and heaps of fun stuff to do only 20 …

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Exploring the Best of Sunny Anaheim, California

In California, United States by Katelyn0 Comments

Image via Flickr by Andy When I think of Anaheim, California, I think back to “D2: The Mighty Ducks.” In this 1994 movie, the Ducks go to Anaheim to play in the Goodwill Games, and after much difficulty, they beat out Team Iceland in a sudden death shoot-out. What a great movie! In all seriousness, Anaheim is a popular travel destination …

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Discover San Francisco’s Unique Architecture

In California by Katelyn0 Comments

San Francisco is a popular travel destination for many reasons. From the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and old cable cars to the delicious restaurants and cafes, there’s a reason more than 18 million people visit “The City by the Bay.” I’ve traveled to enough places to know what I like and don’t like about cities. One part that will either …

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Three Awesome Hikes Between Seattle and Spokane

In United States by Katelyn0 Comments

Image via Flickr by pfly The Pacific Northwest is the perfect destination for any outdoor enthusiast. From the snowy Cascade Mountains to salty Puget Sound to the vast evergreen forests, you’ll find peace and adventure in the great outdoors of Washington. I haven’t been to the West Coast yet. I travel a lot abroad, but I have yet to explore most …

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From Art to the Outdoors: Phoenix, Arizona

In United States by Katelyn0 Comments

Image by Gary via Flickr From the hot desert climate year-round to the stunning sunsets and cacti to the Spanish mission architecture, the American Southwest is a great destination for urban dwellers to outdoor enthusiasts. You can expect to enjoy 300 days of sun a year. Phoenix, Arizona is a large and diverse city with much to offer travelers and …

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Hipmunk Hotels: Discovering Georgia’s Peaches

In Hipmunk, United States by Katelyn0 Comments

I haven’t been to Georgia yet. It’s a bit surprising since I have friends that live in Atlanta, it’s the center of the Public Health world, and my all-time favorite book is Gone with the Wind. Why haven’t I been to Georgia yet?! Georgia is a state with a deep-rooted history. It’s famous for its historic plantations, peaches, and it’s …

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A Long Goodbye to Maine

In Maine, Travel by Katelyn4 Comments

Dear Maine, Goodbye Maine…. It’s not you. It’s me. I know, I know. That’s a totally overused excuse. But, you truly are amazing. I feel extremely blessed to have been born and raised in such a beautiful state. From your dramatic rocky coastlines to pine-covered mountain peaks to quiet lakes surrounded by small camps that have been in families for generations, …