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Road trip around Lake Pepin

Lake Pepin is a naturally occurring lake and is the largest lake on the Mississippi River. On the west is Minnesota and 1.7 miles across it is Wisconsin. It covers 29,295 acres and is 21 miles long. Its main claim […]

Road trip around Lake Pepin

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Lake Pepin is a naturally occurring lake and is the largest lake on the Mississippi River. On the west is Minnesota and 1.7 miles across it is Wisconsin. It covers 29,295 acres and is 21 miles long. Its main claim […]

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Santa Barbara: Our perfect day in paradise

Few would deny that Southern California is usually as close to perfect in climate as can be found on mortal earth. But there are those days when temperatures soar

Dutch ferry boat ride boozy and relaxing

I've been pretty obsessed with Dutch ferry boat rides since doing research for my first trip to Amsterdam. They seem so calm and relaxing — a perfect "vacation" activity,

Unseen Amsterdam: Flowers and nachos with sprouts

Even though I'd been to Amsterdam twice before, there were still a lot of sites I hadn't seen. This was partially due to a lack of time, but also

Niagara Falls cannot be missed

Of course we all know about the splendor of Niagara Falls. We’ve seen pictures of it, seen it on TV or at the movies or perhaps have actually been

VRBO on on Warmoesstraat in Amsterdam a great find

The last stop on my five week Europe trip was Amsterdam, a city I'd been to a few times and was relatively familiar with. Which was why it was

Chicago in winter

Last time we were in Chicago we stopped by the Palmer House just to have a look. This time we stayed there. The hotel was built as a gift from businessman

Moscow: The first time

The Soviet Union came to an end in August of 1991 with a Coup d’Etat in Moscow. My husband, Nicholas, was working there at the time as a freelance

Great travel starts with careful planning

Whether you are a seasoned international explorer or if you are planning your first backpacking trip across the globe, booking flights will be an incredibly important aspect of planning

Washington, DC day tripping

I moved from Washington DC to St Paul, Minnesota almost exactly a year ago. Last weekend I found myself back in the District to visit friends and attend an

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