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5 Awesome Places to Drink Beer in SF – USA Travel Article

5 Awesome Places to Drink Beer in SF I live in SF and I like beer. By no means does that make me an expert, but after having gone bar hopping for the past 6 years (which my Dad still finds hard to believe) and spending way too much dough on booze, I’ve curated a list of bars that are my faves. Whether it’s just to kick one back with your homies or to try new flavors, this list has…

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Ambassatours Gray Line Halifax – Hop On Hop Off – Retirement Travel Article

Ambassatours Gray Line Halifax – Hop On Hop Off Ambassatours Gray Line Halifax Hop On Hop Off City Bus Tour We always look for Hop On Hop Off City Bus Tours when traveling to new cities around the globe. On our travels to Eastern Canada, we enjoyed just that with Ambassatours Gray Line Halifax Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours. A great way to see the popular sights and attractions of Halifax, Nova Scotia – Canada at your leisure. Hop…

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▷ The 11 Best Virtual Tours of NYC (and Concerts) to Watch in 2020 – USA Travel Article

▷ The 11 Best Virtual Tours of NYC (and Concerts) to Watch in 2020 Are you stuck inside and missing New York City? We’ve got you! Despite widespread closures, there is a way for you to experience New York from the comfort of your home! Enjoy these virtual tours, exhibits, and concerts of cultural institutions for free.1. The Met 360° ProjectThe Metropolitan Museum of Art has offered virtual tours since 2016. The Met 360 Project lets you explore The Great…

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Survival Tips for HomeSchooling Your Child in This CRAZY Time! – USA Travel Article

Survival Tips for HomeSchooling Your Child in This CRAZY Time! Well, you’ve landed in a most unwelcome situation. You’ve been forced to take care of your child’s schooling, at home!But as a former elementary school teacher of 15 years, and currently homeschooling my own kids the past 6 years, I’m here to help!My 8 year old Savannah’s bedroomI know how you’re feeling right now.Out of my 15 years as an elementary school teacher in 5 different countries, I’ve lived the…

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Visiting Pont-du-Gard, France – USA Travel Article

Visiting Pont-du-Gard, France Last Updated on February 14, 2020The Pont-du-Gard is the remains of a Roman aqueduct that delivered water over 30km to the Roman colony of Nemausus, what is today called the modern city of Nimes. It also holds the distinction of being the highest surviving Roman aqueduct in the world.OverviewThe aqueduct was used as a bridge across the river for centuries. Part of the columns supporting the upper parts of the aqueduct was carved out to allow for…

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15 Things You Didn’t Know About Goats – USA Travel Article

15 Things You Didn’t Know About Goats Aren’t goats the best? If you’re wondering can goats swim, do they like water, or if they sleep, you’ve come to the right place. Learn all this and more about goats in this article.  We call ourselves Goats On The Road for three reasons. We call each other “goat” or “goady” as pet names. We always see goats wandering around on the road when we travel. Plus, we are on the road (notice the double…

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5 Date Adventure Ideas for SF – USA Travel Article

5 Date Adventure Ideas for SF Dating in any city can be tough and having dated for roughly the past 15 years, I will be the first to acknowledge that. One of the things that’s great about SF is that there is constantly a steady stream of events, leaving you with plenty of options. It’s more like finding the right person that’s the hard part. In any case, sometimes those creative juices can get stuck so I created a list…

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▷ Belcampo – Restaurant at Hudson Yards | – USA Travel Article

▷ Belcampo – Restaurant at Hudson Yards | There are many restaurants in New York that have a specialty, whether it’s a certain dish, product or way of preparing their menu. Belcampo is no different as they are known for their amazing pieces of meat. Belcampo started out on the West Coast with the idea of producing sustainable meat.ContentsAnya Fernald founded the chain and butcher in 2012 in California that features a 20,000 square foot USDA-approved slaughter facility designed by…

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3 Reasons to Visit Russian River, California (tubing + wine + beer) – USA Travel Article

3 Reasons to Visit Russian River, California (tubing + wine + beer) This post may contain affiliate links. We may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase. Read Disclosure. Three reasons is all you need to visit Russian River California.This place in Sonoma County is all about three things: drinking good wine and good beer, and relaxation in tranquil settings.While Russian River is at the northern end of Sonoma County, it is not…

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