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The Ultimate Travel Guide to Yellowstone

Yellowstone is the first national park I visited back when I started traveling almost 3 years ago. It was definitely love at first sight! I remember hearing about Yellowstone through my Microbiology professor who couldn’t stop raving about her week-long vacation there. To think I even had a horrified look on my face when she gushed about a colorful hot spring formed by heat-loving bacteria. Little did I know that the hot spring that I used to call gross is now one of my favorite  ...

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Travel Guide, Travel Inspiration

10 Colorado Outdoor Adventures You Shouldn’t Miss

If you haven’t been to Colorado yet then it’s about time to add it to your list! There are so many amazing places in the state to experience, some fairly easy and some are more challenging to get to. I have collated this list of my favorite “easy to get to” and reasonably accessible outdoor adventures. 1. Maroon Bells – Aspen In my opinion Maroon Bells is the most beautiful place in the whole state that you can simply  drive up to and experience. This gorgeous  ...

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Road trip, Travel Guide

Best Weekend Road Trips From Las Vegas

It’s always tough to plan vacations especially when you work 9 to 5. I know a lot of people who shy away from traveling simply because they think they don’t have enough time to go anywhere else but the mall or movie theaters. But that’s not the way to live life! The easiest way to feed your wanderlust is by going on a road trip. Let me prove to you that traveling doesn’t necessarily mean you have to fly thousands of miles to get to your destination. Sometimes all you  ...

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California, Travel Guide

A Non-Wine Drinker’s Guide to Napa Valley

Most people travel to Napa Valley for the obvious reason, to go wine tasting. Home to over 500 wineries, Napa Valley’s perfect climate and soil makes it one of the premier places to sample some of the best wines in the world. But what happens when you’re a non-wine drinker? Do you just avoid Napa Valley altogether? Or do you take a chance and explore what the world famous wine country has to offer? Earlier this year, I spent my birthday in San Francisco with my family and my  ...

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