Packing Light Without Sacr...

By Lindsey Patterson Packing Light Without Sacrificing Your Personal Style Style is personal. No two people share the same style, which is what makes it so beautiful. Your own style is what makes you unique, and it’s what makes you stand out from everyone else when you’re traveling to Europe or Asia or somewhere else. Some of the best style advice you’ll ever receive prior to packing for vacation is to...

Canada’s Coolest Cit...

Canada is often ignored by many travelers, who tend to end up exploring the neighboring United States instead. But that is such a shame, as America’s next-door neighbor is such a thrilling country to visit. It is known for its vast landscapes and beautiful rural areas, but its cities are also worth a look too. Here are some truly cool Canadian cities, which will have you falling head-over-heels in love...

St. Patrick’s Day Co...

We would like to thank Sparkling Ice for sharing some St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails. These five cocktails should provide something for everyone. But please feel free to post one of your own if you have something special.   Irish Appletini Ingredients: 1 ounce vodka 1 1/2 ounces Sour Apple Pucker 1 1/2 ounces Sparkling Ice Crisp Apple 2 cups of ice Apple wedges for garnish (optional) Directions: 1.Fill a...

Best European City Breaks ...

By Katie Jones   More and more couples are opting for romantic city breaks as an alternative to the traditional long honeymoon holiday, whether to fit it into a busy lifestyle, or with a view to having a quick break from all the wedding stress but then having a long family holiday later on in the year. The good news is there are plenty of romantic getaways across Europe which make perfect honeymoon city...

Top 8 Golf Destinations in...

When it comes to the list of top golf courses, two heavy hitters have conquered the competition for many years now. These are the Pacific Dunes and Pebble Beach. Now, in the history of 12 years, there is a new number one. Pacific Dunes is no longer top on the list. Pebble Beach has reclaimed its spot. While these two might be the giants in the list, other golf courses are coming up and taking not only...

How 10 Simple Essay Writin...

Essay writing is not as easy as seems for many especially those with a foreign native language. Many students find their English essay assignments very difficult as the teacher’s expectation are even higher. Some keep struggling with their summer homework and are not able to enjoy their holidays. Getting good grades is a necessity but dealing with writing a good essay becomes another challenge. So in...

Traveling Scotland on a Bu...

By Shawn Stevenson The rolling of Scotland, the magnificent castles, beautiful lakes and haunting forests are known to everyone thanks to Braveheart. Many articles will tell you that Scotland is a great deal more than that with magnificent cities like Glasgow dominating the skyline with awe-inspiring architecture. That is indeed true, but the real beauty of Scotland to me is still the raw unexplored...

5 Tips Preserve Food for T...

Traveling for picnics and camping offers unique challenges when it comes to keeping your food safe. Ensuring your food remains fresh on long trips can be messy and tough. Therefore, adequate planning is necessary. So which is the best way to preserve food when traveling? Here’s how you need to go about the whole situation: 1. Choose The Right Cooler Or Food Preserver Food preservers or coolers come in an...

St. Patrick’s Day To...

When it comes to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, no self-respecting foodie has ever dreamed of finding a green beer at the end of the rainbow. So we’ve tapped some top mixologists and an award-winning pastry chef to offer a few elegant toasting alternatives that are pure liquid gold. Their concoctions are sure to inspire even the most jaded-green palates to raise their glasses (or spoons) in a hearty...

How American and European ...

By Lauren Brown European and American eating manners tend to differ especially when it comes to using fork and knife. For someone who was raised the traditional American style, what you probably know is that you are supposed to cut food with the knife in the right hand, the fork in the left hand, and then switch the fork back to the right hand before taking a bite. Someone that was raised in a traditional...
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