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25 Historic & Fun Facts About the Bronx

“25 Historic & Fun Facts About the Bronx” is written by Elisa Valentino. Elisa is co-founder of Travelin’ Cousins travel blog along with her cousin “Travelin’ Tanya.” She lives on Long Island, New York with her two daughters and her dog Punkin. An entrepreneur whose professional career has included a variety of businesses in the toy, licensing and direct marketing industries, she is now a… Read More

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How to Spend a Day Trip In Monaco

Spending a day trip going to Monaco if you’re staying within a few hours of this tiny, beautiful country. Monaco, the 2nd smallest country in the world only to Vatican City, is 2 km² of pure bliss on the French Riviera. To say it’s beautiful fails to capture the truth, that Monaco is without question one of the most stunning port cities in Europe,… Read More

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Calle Ocho: The Best Food in Little Havana

Little Havana is one of the most purely enjoyable districts in Miami – a city which is, itself, subdivided into smaller areas that have a teeming life of their own. This area lives off the pumping artery which is Calle Ocho (or, 8th Street in Spanish), off of which are some of the best Cuban restaurants and bars in South Florida. Little Havana is… Read More

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5 Common Mistakes Travel Bloggers Make

One of the problems new travel bloggers face is the obvious – they normally don’t know what they’re doing until they make a mistake. It’s happened to us literally hundreds of times. From site design, to social media and website content, to the basic management of our schedules, it was only through frustration and failure that we typically reverse engineered our failures into successes…. Read More

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Where to Stay in the Algarve

A guest post by Algarve Fun writer Vicente Lourenço. Having spent most of his life in the Algarve, Vicente knows most of its secrets and loves to share it with newcomers. He likes travelling, outdoor sports and exotic food. Have you always wondered what it would be like going on vacation to the Algarve, but you never quite know where to stay? Well, we can… Read More

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Best Food In Lima Peru

Peru has a proud culinary culture that dates back centuries, but it’s only recently that Peruvian food has begun to gain the recognition it deserves internationally. When visiting the country, there’s no better place to sample the national cuisine than in its thriving capital city, Lima. Lima is a captivating place in many ways. It’s South America’s second-largest city by population, and was once… Read More