Peanuts and Presidents - Jimmy Carter's Plains, GA 1

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(Visited January 20, 2017) Without Lillian Cunningham of the Washington Post, this story is not possible. (In case you’re wondering, yes I did thank her on twitter and yes, she did respond back.) When her podcast, Presidential, reached its episode on Jimmy Carter, Cunningham traveled down to Plains, GA to sit in Carter’s Sunday School […]

Peanuts and Presidents – Jimmy Carter’s Plains, GA

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Even though the famed magician died almost one hundred years ago, there is one place where the great Harry Houdini still lives. No, it is not within the bustling streets of New York, or even in the shadow of the Magic Castle in Los Angeles. The world famous Houdini still lives in a small theater […]

Visiting the Great Houdini (Museum) in Scranton, Pennsylvania

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Undoubtedly the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and celebrations rank high on a list of top things to do in Dublin. However, if you were going to take a poll of the person least likely to want to be in town for these antics, I would probably win. (I tend to dislike both drunk people and […]

Everything You Need to Know about the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Celebrations in Dublin

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Do a quick Google Search and you’ll find plenty of options offer a self drive tour of Ireland or road trip itineraries that crisscross the country. We found a bunch of ‘A week in Ireland’ sample itineraries, but not on that was the perfect option for us. So we combined a few to create a […]

The Ultimate Guide to A Week Long Self Drive Tour of Ireland

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Picture in front of the Guinness gate leading to my post about the Guinness Storehouse tour

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The Guinness Storehouse tour is undoubtedly one of the top attractions in Dublin, if not the most popular. The ruby red drink is almost synonymous with Ireland, and Dublin, more specifically. (Did you think Guinness was black not red? Me too, until we took the tour and they said it a million times…) As one […]

A Mixed Review of the Guinness Storehouse Tour in Dublin, Ireland

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Guide to Dublin – Where to stay There is a never ending list of where you could stay in Dublin. Instead of recommending a specific place (because we didn’t stay anywhere amazing), I’d rather recommend an area. We stayed in the Iveagh Gardens/St. Stephen’s Green area and that put us in walking distance of almost […]

Dylan’s Definitive Guide to Dublin, Ireland

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Photo redirecting readers to an article about the best things to do in Killarney on your self drive tour in Ireland

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After the stress of driving on the wrong side of the road, the disappointment of Galway the night before, and the seemingly constant rainy mist that followed most of our time outside of Dublin and obscured the Cliffs of Moher earlier that morning, I was in quite a mood when we arrived in Killarney, Ireland. […]

The 9 Places You Have to Explore in Killarney Ireland

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Before going to Ireland, I could’ve told you that the Blarney Stone is a huge tourist attraction, but I had no idea why, except for the photos I’d seen of all the tourists contorting themselves to lean back and kiss what looked like a stone wall. After visiting Ireland, I’m still a little confused about […]

(Pretend) Kissing and Telling about the Blarney Stone: Blarney, Ireland

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How I Went from 'No Camping' to 'Yes Killarney Glamping' in Ireland 3

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Killarney Glamping hosted Alex and I for a magical night of glamping, but all opinions are my own. For more information on sponsored posts (and how I only recommend what I truly love), visit my Work with Me page. There are two things that can turn a good place to stay into a great place […]

How I Went from ‘No Camping’ to ‘Yes Killarney Glamping’ in Ireland

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As the car continued to climb the narrow roads, the mist was not starting to clear. In fact, the only thing that was clear to me was the mist seeming to get even thicker. With its increased thickness, our chances of seeing the Cliffs of Moher decreased. But, thanks to some local advice, we weren’t […]

Stories from the Road: Cliffs of Moher – Ireland

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Everything You Need to Know About Falling in Literary Love at the Hobart NY Book Village 4

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If you know me, you probably know what my one vice is. Books. (Not as exciting as you were expecting?) But, seriously, it’s true. You would think that my overflowing bookshelves would be a sign that I should stop buying and start reading, but that’s not how it works in my brain. Overflow means I […]

Everything You Need to Know About Falling in Literary Love at the Hobart NY Book Village

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Extra Experiences is a series of reviews of activities, tours, or other additional programs you could potentially add to your trip. Let me help you figure out what’s right for you! One of the most popular things to do in Bali is to climb to the top of Mt. Batur and watch the sunrise. Because […]

Extra Experience: Climbing Mt. Batur in Bali

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