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Highlight: Savannah – Things to Do & Travel Guide

I’ve driven through Savannah a few times and even though my experience included a really weird two hours, I was eager to go back and really get to know the city. Considering my initial experience, I found that there was a lot I didn’t know about Savannah and it’s a really great place to visit!

Savannah, Georgia

A little bit of history: Savannah as we know it was founded in 1733 by General James Oglethorpe (a huge name in Savannah). Its location was chosen as a buffer between the English colonies up north and the Spanish colonies up south. Savannah was … Continue reading

Posted on Saturday, July 3, 2021 in Destinations
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Highlight: Baltimore – Things to Do & Travel Guide

Baltimore, MD

Baltimore is Maryland’s largest city and it’s filled with history and fame. A lot of people confuse it for being the capital of Maryland, which it isn’t, but it’s nonetheless a great place to spend a day or two for travellers and an awesome day trip from DC. Honestly it is a very run-down city but that makes it absolutely beautiful because it’s like it’s frozen in the 19th century, and I seriously hope it stays that way (looking at gentrified DC). Every building is so beautifully crafted and the entire city sits on its original streets, making it feel … Continue reading

Posted on Friday, May 7, 2021 in Destinations
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Highlight: Chicago – Things to Do & Travel Guide

Chicago, Windy City, Chi-Town. Undoubtedly Chicago is one of the most landmark cities in America. Known for sports and hot dogs, you can’t possibly take a modern architecture class without learning about Chicago and its impact on architecture: the skyscraper. If you’ve taken an art class, you’ve probably also heard of the Art Institute of Chicago, which has notable artworks. That is basically all I knew about Chi-Town when I set off for my social distancing trip. I did a lot of research on things to do and areas to visit, but there was no real expectation when I … Continue reading

Posted on Monday, March 22, 2021 in Destinations
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