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America's national pastime may be baseball, but for the rest of the world it's all about football. We're not talking about the pigskin game though. We're talking about the one with the black and wh...
It would be nearly impossible to create a list of influential Irish writers without including the one and only, James Joyce. One of the most important literary minds of the 20th century, his impres...
Ireland is no stranger to beautiful countryside, but one mountain stands about the rest, metaphorically, at least. Croagh Patrick is located in County Mayo, one of the western counties and five mil...
​This August, a visit to the annual World Tango Championship in Buenos Aires is the perfect way to make the summer sizzle.
Described as cheap tequila by Motocylist Magazine, too much the first time and you'll never want to touch it again. For the mainstream collared shirt, khaki-wearing American, you may have never hea...
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Carnival is known around the world for its exquisite floats, elaborate costumes, and electrifying samba dances. But however magical, it may be a bit intimidating for first-time visitors looking to ...
One of Texas’ most well known streets, Austin’s 6th Street is the entertainment hub of the city. A mishmash of tourists, college students and locals, whether you’re looking to get rowdy, catch a sh...
New Orleans is lauded by music historians as the birthplace of jazz, so it makes sense the sound still rings true in the streets, clubs, churches, festivals, restaurants – basically anywhere there'...
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The 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio are bound to be a spectacular experience. But after the games have ended for the day, avoid the hordes of tourists that will inevitably head to hotspots like Co...
Located in the middle of the Canadian prairies, most people may never put Winnipeg on their travel radars —but they should. Sure, the city is known for its long summers and harsh winters, but that ...