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Iona Abbey a Christian Pilgrimage

Iona Abbey a Christian Pilgrimage

Reading Time: 6 minutes This Abbey has endured some of the most brutal battles in history. It is the reason that Christianity survived in Scotland. Iona Abbey is a place that anyone can appreciate due to the perseverance of the human spirit after so many centuries. Kings, saints and pilgrims have visited, worshipped and lay within these walls.
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Top Ten Unique Places in Rome

Top Ten Unique Places in Rome

Reading Time: 15 minutes opular for its ties to the Roman Empire and Christianity and most of the tourist traps being centered around that century. Here are the top 10 Unique Places to see in Rome for all those who like the off the beaten path experience.
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Mount Whitney Hike in Winter

Mount Whitney Hike in Winter

Reading Time: 11 minutes Hiking in winter has its own challenges, but hiking up a mountain and camping overnight is a whole other ball of wax. Mount Whitney is one of the tallest mountains in the Northern Hemisphere and can be dangerous to hikers in the summer, let along in the winter. A Mount Whitney Hike in Winter is not for the faint of heart
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Things to do in Crescent City California

Things to do in Crescent City California

Reading Time: 4 minutes Not many people know where Crescent City is, likely because of the nearby Redwood Forest that frequently overshadows this quaint town. Yet for those who don't want to spend the entire time in the Redwood forest, here are a few tips on what to do in Crescent City California.
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What to do in Bandon Oregon

What to do in Bandon Oregon

Reading Time: 9 minutes Bandon Oregon is steeped in native history, teeming with fisherman, and plenty of activities for the whole family. So while you are on your Oregon Coast Road trip, Bandon should be on your list. If you happen to visit, here is what to do in Bandon Oregon.
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Cawdor Castle in Scotland

Cawdor Castle in Scotland

Reading Time: 11 minutes Set in the parish of Cawdor in Nairnshire Scotland stands a charming 14th century keep, Cawdor Castle. This castle not only has rumored ties to Macbeth but a history of thorn trees, donkeys, and kidnappings. Intrigued? Come with me on a journey through this fabled castle ripe with stories for the telling.
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Guide to the Brussels Christmas Market

Guide to the Brussels Christmas Market

Reading Time: 5 minutes The Brussels Christmas Market was one of my first European Christmas Markets. It was so interesting to see how they celebrate it, and traditional foods they consumed. It was a bit chaotic, I got a little overwhelmed, so here is my Guide to the Brussels Christmas Market so you can enjoy your own European Christmas Market.
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Castle De Haar in the Netherlands

Castle De Haar in the Netherlands

Reading Time: 5 minutes Castle De Haar in the Netherlands is one of the most stunning castles I have seen in my life. The well preserved castle was rebuilt in the late 1800's by the Rothschild family. A short train ride from Amsterdam, this place should be a MUST on your travel list.
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Top 15 Safety Tips for Hiking

Top 15 Safety Tips for Hiking

Reading Time: 7 minutes Not all trails have cellphone service, and even some do not have access to satellite coordination, so how do you set rules to your hiking trip for safety's sake? Here are my 15 Safety Tips for Hiking without a GPS monitor.
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A Guide To A Dog-Friendly Moab

A Guide To A Dog-Friendly Moab

Reading Time: 13 minutes Many National Parks do not allow dogs. Here is a comprehensive guide to a Dog-Friendly Moab. This Guide includes 8 Dog-friendly Hikes, Dog-friendly hotels, dog parks, pet wash, and picturesque places to create those furry friendly memories.
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History of Windmills in the Netherlands

History of Windmills in the Netherlands

Reading Time: 6 minutes Windmills have been recorded since clear back in the 12th century. Most of these records point to windmills being used as some of the first water pumps. The complicated building process, and intricate details of working these gentle giants is amazing in and of itself. When you couple this with the history of Windmills in the Netherlands, it will give you a new appreciation for this natural energy.
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Hiking in Zermatt

Hiking in Zermatt

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hiking in Zermatt is one of the greatest gifts you could give yourself. Take a journey with me through some of the most beautiful country I have seen, in Zermatt Switzerland.
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Where to Eat in Zermatt: The Savory Jorg Restaurant

Where to Eat in Zermatt: The Savory Jorg Restaurant

Reading Time: 7 minutes It is always difficult to decide what restaurant to visit when you are on vacation. Everything is new, exciting, and tingles the taste buds. While visiting Christiana Mountain Spa & Resort, in Zermatt Switzerland I was able to have an incredible meal at the Savory Swiss Jorg Restaurant. I highly suggest you make a special trip to eat here, you will not regret it.
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