As Cubans joke, there are two kinds of sidewalks in Cuba; one for tourists (full of sunshine, because they’re eager for it) and one for locals (in the shadow, because they want to avoid the sun).
The so-called ‘business class experience’ differs from one airline to another. If you’re opting for the small carriers, traveling in business class might just mean a little bit more than 2 inches of legroom and one more extra meal.  
Palacio de Los Capitanes Generales
The courtyard in the Palacio de Los Capitanes Generales is breathtaking and transports you to a more royal state of affairs. The architectural detail work merges with the greenery to result in a very calming effect. This is hands down my favorite courtyard in Old Havana.
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To get the absolute best ski or snowboarding days out, often hiking yields more memorable days and even better runs than heli-skiing.
Wineram USA Episode 5: Denver
Colin headed over to Colorado to check out a state that isn't nece
Lake Tahoe & Placerville, California: Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Hangings, Emerald Bay
Big and Small Travel visit Lake Tahoe and Placerville in California.

My desire to visit Hawaii grew back in middle school; when a classmate (boy) ripped off a piece of a Geography text book with a picture of the Hawaiian Islands and handed it to me as

Is living off the grid something that you have had on your bucket list? Have you ever thought about doing it?

Filled with a sense of adventure and humor, Going Gypsy is the story of a life after raising kids that is a celebration of new experiences.

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