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New York City in 6 Days | Itinerary for First-Time Visitors

Just like Paris, New York City is always a good idea. No matter the time of year, a first-time visitor to New York City will have an overwhelming number of places to see. Initially, it is hard to imagine exploring such a diverse city in a week. Honestly, there is no way to see all of New York, regardless of how long you are visiting. This itinerary will hopefully help you make the most of your time and cover all of the most important attractions.

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A Guide to Maui, Hawaii | 13 Best Things to Do

Beach bums and adventure lovers alike will be in paradise on Maui, Hawaii’s second-largest island. You can find humpback whales, black sand or pristine white sand beaches, volcanos, renowned snorkeling, tropical forests, and so much more. A must-visit destination for all travelers. Start planning your trip to Maui now with this list of the 13 best things to do.

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Making the Most of Disney Theme Parks as an Adult

It might surprise families, but Disney theme parks are actually quite popular for adults without kids.  Disney World has repeatedly been ranked as the #1 domestic Honeymoon in the United States.  Realizing this growing demographic, Disney has been doing more in the recent years to cater to childless adults.  You can enjoy the parks in a lot of the same ways you did as a kid, but there are also many more new experiences now that you have disposable income, no curfew, and an ability to drink.  We have been to Disney parks twice in the last year: to Disneyland for a 2nd smaller Honeymoon and to Disney World for my birthday.  Here is our guide to making the most of Disney Theme Parks as an adult.

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4-Night Bahamas Cruise on Enchantment of the Seas

Sometimes you just need a quick break from reality, need to relax, and take things at a slower pace.  A cruise is a perfect way to do just that.  You get to explore multiple places in one trip without the hassle of re-packing your bags.  A cruise is like an all-inclusive resort ... that moves!  After the cruise we took for our honeymoon in June 2017, we were eager to get back to a boat.  A short, 3 or 4-night cruise provides a great getaway at an affordable price.  Here is an overview of what we did, how much it costs, and tips from our experience.

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Free Self-Guided Walking Tour of Key West

Key West, Florida is a small 7-sq mile island part of the Florida Keys archipelago.   It is home to the southern-most point of the continental US, residences of famous Americans, beautiful pastel Caribbean-style homes, dozens of bars on the famous Duval Street, and great beaches and snorkeling spots.  Due to its small size and high density of sights, it is an extremely walkable city.  We arrived in Key West via Cruise ship which docks right in the center, perfect for a fun (and completely free) day of exploring this eccentric island.

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Disney's Wild Africa Trek Experience

What better way to celebrate my birthday this year than crossing a rope ladder over crocodiles or eating lunch overlooking the Savannah?  After booking a last-minute trip to Disney World, I had one thing at the top of my list of must-dos: the Wild Africa Trek.  Disney's Wild Africa Trekis a 3-hour privately-guide VIP experience in Animal Kingdom's Africa section.  You are led through inaccessible parts of animal enclosures to a suspension bridge, which finishes at a private safari truck that after meandering through the Savannah takes you to a hut to enjoy a packed lunch while watching giraffes and antelope. 

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