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Last updated: September 10, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

The City of Jacksonville Beach, Florida

Immaculate white sandy beaches. Towering coastal resorts. A charming downtown area with dozens of unique shops, cafes and restaurants. Imagine a place with all of these. Sound too good to be true? Well, we have good news: it’s not! The city of Jacksonville Beach Florida has all of this and much, much more!  As one …

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Last updated: October 5, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

Saint Augustine: the Oldest City in the U.S.

Over 400 years ago, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés landed on the North Eastern coast of modern day Florida, and founded a colony, naming it San Augustine. Unbeknownst to him, this would become the oldest continuously inhabited city in the continental United States, immortalising his name and that of his colony in history forever.  Today, the …

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

City of Glen Burnie MD

The beautiful state of Maryland is more like a “Wonderland” for those who set foot here for the first time. Even if you’ve been to Maryland before, you won’t hesitate to come back, because it is truly a piece of art in its entirety. The variety of landforms and the preserved architectural beauty of its …

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Last updated: August 20, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

City of Franklin TN

The state of Tennessee never ceased to amaze us with its rich history, culture, and overall beauty. Going to the capital city you have one of the richest cities when it comes to music and country music especially. The country’s largest underground lake, also known as the Lost Sea, is located in Sweetwater Tennessee, and …

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Last updated: July 30, 2020 • Traveling Around the World

The City Of Charleston SC

Located in the middle of South Carolina’s oceanfront, the city of Charleston, also known as the Holy City, is the first and largest city in the state with around 138,000 residents. As the county seat of Charleston County it stopped being the state’s capital in 1786 when Carolina took over the role. A city with …

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