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... and were proud of living a simple life.
Our favorite city was St. John's, Newfoundland. Not only did it have a great downtown area, the scenery was spectacular. We got welcoming shout-outs twice in one day from locals who saw our Nevada license plate. Great town!
Newfoundland music was our favorite, but Nova Scotia and PEI ran a close second. Music can be found almost any night in the Maritimes if you make an effort to find it. Some of ...
... I have learned many things -- including the fact that long road trips don't really phase me in terms of driving for too long. So far I have driven over 3,500 miles alone and I am still excited every morning I wake up to drive more! Growing up I suppose we did a lot of road trips but I was never old enough to help out with the driving part, mostly I was in the back seat bugging my siblings, which was technically my job. Being behind the wheel for that amount of time has ...
... and figuring out what doesn't really have to go!
For those new to my travel blog, I try to blog every couple of days, if not every day. And, hopefully, you'll enjoy this journey as much as we do.
We are so excited to start the trip and see all that this country has to offer!
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... of Light.” It received this name during the Age of Enlightenment when Paris was a center for education and new ideas. I will be spending a semester in Paris where I will attend the University of INSEEC and become very enlightened in the process (at least one can hope). This blog will serve as a form of dissemination, and I hope to share my exciting experiences, new-found knowledge, and travelling tips I pick up along the way.
... is at a very low level, and it has looked that way for all my previous visits.
After the House, Alex and I set out for a whirlwind tour of the campus, as our loan of the van was only for 2 hours. We walked along Stewart Avenue and across the bridge over Cascadilla Gorge. Notable were the installation of the suicide prevention safety nets. Although they impaired the view, their benefit was worth it.
I pointed into the ...