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Last updated: December 21, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

It’s Fall, and that Means Cobwebs in Homes Across the USA!

Everyone has seen them – the wispy clusters in the corners by the ceiling, behind furniture, and around electrical cords running around the wall.  What are cobwebs, where do they come from, how are they made, and when are they most likely to appear? Most importantly, which method is best for getting rid of them? …

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Last updated: March 16, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Floating Homes Around the World

A floating home is the perfect midway between life on a boat and life on dry land. It’s a more reasonable approach to ‘life on the water’, and many people have begun choosing summer homes like floating homes over buying a boat or renting a tropical bungalow. If you are into the idea of purchasing …

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Last updated: May 29, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

Discover the Hidden Gems to Watch the Solar Eclipse around the US

Ready for the solar eclipse on Monday? Here are the five things you need to know. WHEN: The solar eclipse is happening this Monday, August 21st. It will be viewable across the US along the path of totality (places from which the sun’s face is seen as being completely obscured.) If you are not directly …

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Last updated: May 15, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

City of Scottsdale – “Most Livable City”

Located next to Arizona’s state capital of Phoenix, the city of Scottsdale is a serene desert oasis that consistently appeals to home buyers with its charming allure. Since Scottsdale is directly northeast of Phoenix, it shares many of the capital’s major amenities. Residents and visitors of Scottsdale are able to visit the city’s neighboring McDowell …

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Last updated: May 20, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Location Spotlight: Chicago

Known as the “windy city”, Chicago is one of America’s most modern cities. This metropolis showcases a beautiful skyline filled with skyscrapers located in the city’s business district. Among these lofty towers is Chicago’s famous 360 Observation Deck, formerly known as the John Hancock Observatory, where tourists and city residents can have a 360 degree …

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