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Where Old and New Meet: Exotic Egypt

There is something about Egypt that attracts people, like an invisible force that beckons us to visit. Perhaps it’s the ancient Egyptian culture, and mysterious atmosphere that makes it an attractive place to go. Whatever the reason, it has attracted millions of...

How to Speak Pittsburghese

There are a lot of people in the United States. A LOT. It would be ridiculous to expect them all to have the same lingo. The residents of Pittsburgh aka “Yinzers” are no exception to this belief.  See for yourself by trying to decifer the Pittsburghese...

Alaska Is NOT a Folly and Here’s Why

A quick lesson in history: on March 30th, 1867, the United States agreed to purchase the Territory of Alaska from the Russian government for $7.2 million. This agreement was signed by Secretary of State William Seward and Russian Minister to the United States Edouard...

Tahiti: It’s Pretty Rad

Tahiti is the type of place that you don’t think actually exists unless you see it for yourself. The sheer beauty of this country is undeniable. Here are some sights to hit to get the most of your trip.   1. Glass Bottom Boat Excursion (Bora Bora) This may seem...

Istanbul: Turkey minus the Tryptophan

This is the type of Turkey that won’t induce a food coma after Turkey Day or any large poultry consumption. Hence the whole title bit about Tryptophan. If you need more info on that, best come back when you want to chat about the exotic country of Turkey and its...

Stockholm for the First Time

It’s a good thing you don’t need to speak Swedish to enjoy the many tourist attractions in Stockholm, because most of us would have no hope. 1. Vasa Museum The story of the Vasa sinking is a strange combination between the Titanic and the Costa Concordia. The Vasa...

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