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Last updated: April 29, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Best places to live in Southwest Florida

Can you imagine yourself living by the coast in a city where the sun is always shining and beach vibes are running all over the place? Living in a coastal town is definitely a unique experience that most people enjoy only for a brief moment during their vacation. However, if you ever considered living by …

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Last updated: January 18, 2022 • Traveling Around the World

The safest cities in Florida

There are not many people who can say they haven’t been to Florida. Many residents and tourists view it as tropical heaven with white sandy beaches, gorgeous blue waters, and an idyllic coastal landscape, making it one of America’s favorite summer destinations. Also, the Sunshine State doesn’t go by this name for no reason. The …

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Last updated: August 10, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

Living in Durham NC – the hottest city in the Triangle Region

Have you ever considered relocating to one of the hottest cities in the highly praised hi-tech parks of the East? We are not talking about a hot climate; we are talking about a city widely known as one of the top cities to relocate to. The Triangle Region is cemented in the public consciousness as …

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Last updated: April 29, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

The Town of Cary, North Carolina

Are you tired of the crowds in the big cities and the traffic that hits you during rush hours? Getting stuck in a traffic jam on your way home and finding a quiet place to relax and unwind is not so easy in a city that never sleeps. We all know that quiet is not …

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Last updated: April 29, 2021 • Traveling Around the World

The Gulf Coast of Florida: Great Places to Visit, Great Places to Live

Let’s face it. When it comes to vacationing in Florida, most people completely write off its gulf coast as a holiday destination. East coast cities like Miami, St. Augustine and Daytona Beach attract a lion’s share of the tourists and travelers making their way to Florida, and cities on the gulf simply get left behind.  …

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