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How to See the Bats of the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, Texas

By On January 17, 2018

The inhabitants of Austin make it their mission to keep the city “weird,” but one of the weirdest spectacles the city has to offer comes directly from nature–and is completely free! The… Read More

Attractions

Best Museums for Seeing Fossils

By On January 6, 2018

While we anticipate the release of the new Jurassic World sequel, there are plenty of places that have real life (or at least, previously alive) dinosaur fossils. In fact, you may have… Read More

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Packing Tips

Understanding 2018 Real ID Airport Requirements

By On January 3, 2018

The Real ID Act is going into effect January 22, 2018. What that means is that for most Americans, you can still fly with just your state-issued driver’s license. However, if you’re… Read More

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5 Exciting Zip Line Adventures Across the U.S.

By On December 22, 2017

Who hasn’t wondered what it would be like to fly? Nowadays you can come close! With an abundance of zip line tours cropping up all over the country, you can do your… Read More

Holidays

Breathtaking Cathedrals to See for the Holidays

By On December 18, 2017

Christmas is a favorite season for many. However, those of the faith celebrate Christmas as a core religious holiday. Even if you aren’t one for religious ceremonies, you have to admit that… Read More

Dining

Austin Donut Guide: 5 Shops to Try

By On December 6, 2017

Austin is known for being a bit odd. But, it’s also become a bit of a donut Mecca. While they may not be as well-known as New York City or Seattle, Austin’s collection… Read More

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5 Free Things to Do in Bangor, ME

By On December 4, 2017

Just an hour northeast of America’s popular Acadia National Park is the charming city of Bangor. Whether you’re visiting Maine for fall leaves, braving the winter snow, or enjoying the mild summer,… Read More

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Visiting the Hoover Dam

By On November 28, 2017

In many ways, the Hoover Dam is an ever-present reflection of the American people. Constructed during the worst economic period, the Great Depression, the dam originally cost millions of dollars, as well… Read More