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Sunny Day in Central Park

Central Park is one of New York’s most well-known and beloved sites. Stretching from 59-110th street in Manhattan, Central Park is more than a place to watch the grass grow and smell the flowers. Everything from beach volleyball, visiting a castle, watching sailboats drift in the wind to riding a carousel is possible in Central…

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The Emerald City

It was my first time in Seattle, and the skies were absolutely beautiful and sunny almost everyday. People say that it often rains in Seattle; however, I would gladly take rain over a snowy blizzard. Seattle is a vibrant city in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. While only having a population of a few million,…

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Assisi Birthplace of St. Francis

It’s hard to escape religion in Italy, for many small italian towns such as Assisi, religious tourism is their main source of income. The town is located near Perugia, Umbria and it was the birthplace of St. Francis who founded the Franciscan order back in 1208; therefore, walking around Assisi you will see many statues…

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Reykjavik Mystique

Despite volcanic activity, bitter winter, extreme weather and unpredictable wind – the people of Iceland are generally happy. Iceland is a country with a population over just a little over 320,000 so life on the island is A LOT different than New York. The people are generally content with going to coffee shops, reading or…

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Madrid

Madrid is the largest city in Spain with such a rich history and culture. Despite being one of Europe’s largest city, the pace of life was not as hectic as that of Paris or New York. The city has multiple plaza, castles as well as gardens where people could relax, read, and people watch. It…

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Toronto the Canadian’s answer to New York

Toronto is Canada’s largest city with a population of over 2 million people. The city has similar industries to that of New York, such as fashion, technology, banking, and entertainment. The city is home to Canada’s only Baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays. It’s also a prominent scene for theatre, music, films and many other…