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About Amber Gibson Amber Gibson spends 350 nights a year in hotels searching for the latest and greatest in the travel industry. Her writing and photographs have appeared in print, online, and on the radio for outlets including Forbes, National Geographic Traveler, Departures, Four Seasons Magazine, Conde Nast Traveller, NPR, Saveur, Departures, Rhapsody, Hemispheres, American Way, Private Air, and Serious
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Lisbon is called Europe’s sunniest city and it’s also one of the most striking — Photo courtesy of Turismo de Lisboa There’s something about Portugal that gets under your skin in a marvelous way. Until recent years, what the world knew most about this small country bordering Spain and the Atlantic Ocean was its soccer
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Chocolate ganache cascades invitingly down the sides of a Boston cream pie — Photo courtesy of iStock / bhofack2 The city of Boston is renowned for a large number of things: its role in the tea-tossing catalyst which sparked the formation of the United States, its acclaimed universities and its contemporary dominance within the realm
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About Priscilla Blossom Pris Blossom is a freelance writer and feminist mama with a love for travel, writing, music, film, craft beer, yoga, museums, cultural anthropology, and her awesome kid. She spent the bulk of the past decade taking trips on a whim, falling in love with and in such places as New York City,
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The annual HONfest in Hampden celebrates Baltimore’s historic working women — Photo courtesy of Visit Baltimore Baltimore has always played an important role in our nation’s history – after all, “The Star Spangled Banner” was written at Fort McHenry at the city’s Inner Harbor. You can visit the National Monument and Historic Shrine there, along
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