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Amtrak to Williamsburg is a nice getaway

A nearly empty Amtrak car en route to Colonial Williamsburg. (Credit Leonard Kinsey) Due to COVID-19 I hadn’t been out of Baltimore since March, and wanderlust was starting to get the best of me. I definitely needed to get out […]

Amtrak to Williamsburg is a nice getaway

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A nearly empty Amtrak car en route to Colonial Williamsburg. (Credit Leonard Kinsey) Due to COVID-19 I hadn’t been out of Baltimore since March, and wanderlust was starting to get the best of me. I definitely needed to get out […]

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Six Flags’ Firebird is a sweet ride

UPPER MARLBORO, Md -- One of the bigger regrets I’ve had as a YouTuber was turning down an invitation to cover the 2012 grand opening of Six Flags America’s

Trümmelbach Falls a Swiss natural wonder

In the middle of the Lauterbrunnen Valley in Switzerland is a natural wonder unlike anything I've ever seen: Trümmelbach Falls. These are a series of waterfalls that are still

Europe for five weeks? Packing requires much research

I researched for months trying to figure out what to pack for a five week trip to Europe, and even with all of that research, I still screwed stuff

Efteling after closing: Locked in!

Efteling is home to a really cool medieval-themed restaurant called Het Wapen van Reveleijn. For 29.95 Euro (about $36), you get all you can eat food and all you

Efteling Park had some new features

It was Monika's first time at the amazing Efteling theme park in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands, so everything was new and exciting to her. But this video mostly focuses on the

Efteling Hotel (W)under Water Suite

During my previous trip to Efteling theme park in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands, I stayed in a “regular” room at the Efteling Hotel, and absolutely loved it (see my review). The

Gravensteen Castle with its torture museum and medieval toilets

Gravensteen (Dutch for “Castle of the Count”) is a massive stone castle smack dab in the middle of a historic square in downtown Ghent. Rounding a bustling corner and

Ghent and its glorious gateway

Another day, another day trip, this time from Bruges to Ghent! It was a toss-up between Ghent and Antwerp, but with Ghent being described as smaller (it’s a city

Manneken Pis and other sights to see in Belgium

While our home base was in Bruges, and we did spend a lot of time exploring that city, we also planned some day trips to other Belgian cities, using

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