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Dover, England

Dover, England

The biggest attraction in Dover is Dover Castle, with its secret wartime tunnels and The Great Tower. The Secret Wartime Tunnels were home to a command center and hospital in WWII. There were also used to evacuate soldiers from the beaches at Dunkirk. Visitors can take a guided tour that lasts about an hour to […]

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16 Reasons Why Travel Is Good For You

The risk of a heart attack is reduced by 32% for men who take regular vacations The risk of a heart attack reduced by 50% for women who take regular vacations. 21% of men are less likely to die early if they take a vacation. Traveling reduces the amount of Cortisol (stress hormone) in the body. 89% of people […]

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Top 10 Things to Do in London

Top 10 Things to Do in London

1.British Museum One great things about London is they have amazing free museums! My favorites in the British Museum were the Rosetta Stone, the Lewis Chessmen, and the Easter Island Statue. 2. Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square is a great place to just sit and relax. You’ll find the National Gallery here, as well as Nelson’s […]

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Canterbury, England

Canterbury, England

  Windsor Castle Several years ago I had to chance to visit Windsor Castle and Canterbury. The flag on top of the tower shows that the Queen is there. Unfortunately, we didn’t see her. It was a far-fetched hope. Most of the afternoon was spent at Canterbury Cathedral and just wandering around town (my favorite […]

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A Few Days in London

A Few Days in London

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while! I’ve been in the process of moving and getting everything done that goes along with that. I’ve finally got everything in my life back to normal now, so back to my bucket list and travels! One of my favorite places I’ve visited so far is London, England. There’s […]

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Welcome to my travel blog!

Welcome to my travel blog!

I’ve had a dream to travel to other countries for as long as I can remember. I grew up listening to stories from my older relatives about the places they’ve been. My family would visit my great aunt for a short lake vacation every year and her house was filled with souvenirs, posters, pictures, etc. […]

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