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how to make green bean casserole – USA Travel Article

how to make green bean casserole I remember the day my taste buds were changed forever: Thanksgiving 1985 and my host mother in Maryland USA, in whose family I was living as a student for the year, produced the iconic green bean casserole.I have been making it ever since and slowly but surely turning Kiwis onto this vege dish that goes brilliantly with Tom Turkey. However, it’s so good that when I go back to America and we all get…

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▷15 NYC Guide of what’s open on Christmas Day in NYC – USA Travel Article

▷15 NYC Guide of what’s open on Christmas Day in NYC Christmas Day, December 25, is a city, state and federal holiday in New York which means that there are many stores, attractions and other spots that are closed that day. Christmas Day is known as the quietest and least crowded day of the year in the city. But don’t worry, there are just as many things to do on Christmas Day for you. In case you’re visiting New York…

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7 Things to do in New Orleans, LA with Kids – USA Travel Article

7 Things to do in New Orleans, LA with Kids New Orleans is a FUN city.  Like really fun….for adults.  So when I added New Orleans to our Austin2Boston road trip this summer, I had many people question what there was to do with kids there. What’s a travel blogger to do when faced with that question?? Make sure they find all the FUN stuff to do in that great city! With only one day to discover New Orleans, we…

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Travel Guide to Okayama: Japan’s Land Of Sunshine – USA Travel Article

Travel Guide to Okayama: Japan’s Land Of Sunshine Written by Dariece Swift Dariece is a co-founder of Goats On The Road, and an expert in saving money, finance management, building an online business and of course… travel. She loves meeting new people, trying new cuisines, and learning about the unique cultures of our world. She has over 10 years of experience helping others to realize their travel dreams and has worked in numerous jobs all over the world to help…

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San Francisco Tiled Steps – Art for Everyone to Enjoy – USA Travel Article

San Francisco Tiled Steps – Art for Everyone to Enjoy San Francisco is a very walk-able city and I have always been enchanted by the unexpected treasures that I have had the good fortune to discover as I’ve wondered through the city.  The tiled steps are absolutely one of those treasures.  There are tiled steps at multiple locations and they are public art installations constructed by artists with local support and maintained by the neighborhood residents and through donations. Some…

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3 Days in Atlanta with Kids – USA Travel Article

3 Days in Atlanta with Kids Wanting one last getaway before summer was over, we flew to Atlanta, Georgia for 3 days of fast-paced fun.  From Football to LEGOs to Coca-Cola, Atlanta is full of tons of fun thins to do with kids. Here is your itinerary for 3 Days in Atlanta with Kids. Last summer on our Austin 2 Boston road trip, we had one day to spend in Atlanta.  We crammed a lot into that one day but it left us wanting more.…

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This Week in Travel – Episode 257 – USA Travel Article

This Week in Travel – Episode 257 Last Updated on November 16, 2019 This week Jen Leo, Spud Hilton, Chris Christensen and I are joined by this week’s guest: Stephen Harris author of Traveling Through North Korea: Adventures in the Hermit Kingdom and bigbeaverdiaries.com[amazon_link asins=’1773706144′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’chrischrissho-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’ fb106256-6cc1-4a4e-ad3d-30105b4d6d4b’]Subscribe on Apple PodcastsThis Week’s NewsJapan Airlines introduces baby seat map to allow passengers to avoid infantsNew 4,000-Mile Trail Will Let People Bike Across U.S. – SimplemostAWKARKD: New Planes Will Track…

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How To Take a Japanese Bath in Tokyo: A Guide to Sentos – USA Travel Article

How To Take a Japanese Bath in Tokyo: A Guide to Sentos The Japanese bath (or Sentō) has long been an important part of Japanese culture. Traditionally, Japanese baths were used more out of necessity than out of pleasure as most people didn’t have access to a bath in their home. At that time every neighbourhood in all of Japan had a public batch where the residents could go to bathe, socialize and in many cases, do their laundry. Since…

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San Francisco Beaches | Pilot and Me – USA Travel Article

San Francisco Beaches | Pilot and Me San Francisco is known for its architecture, art, technology, and many other things, but did you know about the beaches?  Yes, the City by the Bay has beautiful beaches.  If you start on the Coastal Trail and head toward Lands End, you will come across several beaches.  China Beach has a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge from the ocean side — most people only see the Golden Gate Bridge from Alcatraz…

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Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas: The Ultimate Family Vacation – USA Travel Article

Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas: The Ultimate Family Vacation Earlier this month, Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas bid Europe adieu and set sail for her new, permanent home in Miami, Florida. Lucky us! American families can now enjoy seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries aboard this incredible ship, which was recently featured on TIME magazine’s “World’s Greatest Places” list. Truly, Symphony of the Seas boasts next level entertainment and experiences that make for an unforgettable family vacation.…

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Take a Cultural Journey at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa – USA Travel Article

Take a Cultural Journey at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa Treat your family to a magical vacation in New Mexico—the Land of Enchantment—at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, a Native American-owned resort overlooking the Sandia Mountains. Located just north of Albuquerque on 550 acres of the Santa Ana Pueblo, Hyatt Regency Tamaya is the perfect destination for families seeking a luxury experience in a rustic setting. Hyatt Regency Tamaya is owned by the Tamaya people and their rich…

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