When many people envision a Florida vacation, they picture the beaches of Miami or Fort Lauderdale. Jacksonville, on the other hand, is often overlooked as a tourist destination — and that’s a mistake. Before planning

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Who doesn’t love a fresh, delicious slice of pizza? If you’re visiting Springfield, Missouri, or passing through the area, you’ll likely crave this favorite U.S. staple at some point. When that happens, make sure to

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Florida has a lot more to offer than beautiful beaches in Miami or Walt Disney’s Studios in Orlando. Travelers visiting Jacksonville will be pleasantly surprised to find a city rich in culture with a history

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Located near O’Hare International Airport, Rosemont, Illinois, offers small-town charm only 20 minutes from downtown Chicago. With plenty of entertainment, hotel, and dining options, this popular getaway attracts folks who want to enjoy a fun-filled

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If you live in a place that has frigid weather, snow, or ice for many months, escaping to someplace warm, even if only for a weekend, can be delightful. Fortunately, you don’t need a passport

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With its charming old streets, river views, and meals fit for presidents, it’s no wonder Alexandria, Virginia, has been listed as one of the most romantic cities in the United States. From Prince Street, where

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Healthy traveling isn’t something you hear a lot. This goes to show that when most people plan a trip, health isn’t actually always a factor considered. This shouldn’t be the case, however, as health should

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Going to the airport is never in on everyone’s bucket list like other destinations. But, like every destination differs, so every airport also. Navigating to a new city was has never been simpler, it is

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Part of the tool belt of any traveler is a good book. Long bus, train, or plane rides can get pretty boring and can give you a lot of “dead” time if you haven’t mastered

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Oxford, founded sometime during the ninth century, expanded during the Middle Ages as a center for learning—first for theology, then medicine, and then law. Over the centuries, the university has added more departments, and now

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