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48 Hours in Reykjavik

I think it’s safe to say that Iceland is the hottest travel destination on the planet right now & the majority of visitors spend the bulk of their time in Reykjavik. This capital city feels part Scandinavian, part European, part eclectic town. 48 hours is the average length of time that visitors (especially stopover visitors) […]

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48 Hours in Annapolis

48 hours is the perfect amount of time to explore Maryland’s waterfront capital city. After visiting recently on the hottest weekend of the year, here is everything you need to know about where to stay, what to eat & what to do. #protip: spend as much time on the water as possible! Day 1: Arrive, […]

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48 Hours in Watkins Glen, NY

This week we embark on our annual Labor Day weekend trip to the Finger Lakes region of New York. We’ll be staying on the east side of Seneca Lake again this year (east side is a must to see the gorgeous sunsets!), in a small cabin just down the road from where we stayed last […]

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48 Hours in the Southern Capital of Richmond, VA

It was ridiculous. We had lived in the D.C. area for over eight years, yet we had never visited the Southern Capital just to our south (more on why in a minute). A long holiday weekend, coupled with a good hotel deal, created the perfect excuse to escape D.C. & finally learn more about our neighbors to […]

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48 Hours Eating our Way Through Cincinnati

When my Dad moved from the tropical paradise of Barbados to the not-even-close-to-a-tropical-anything city of Cincinnati, Ohio last year, I was more than a little bummed. My vacations spent sitting on white sandy beaches, sipping Banks, & eating copious amounts of flying fish would be replaced by… well, I wasn’t really sure what. Despite the […]

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Fort Myers, Florida: 48 Hours on Florida’s Southwest Coast

Last weekend, I flew down to Fort Myers, Florida for a little beach time, a little relaxation, & a little quality family time. While I grew up two hours to the north in Tampa, I didn’t really know what to expect to find in Fort Myers. I did much less research than normal for my […]

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