Fuel your wanderlust with these 7 travel reads

Sometimes it's not so easy to just pack a bag and leave for a new city or continent. Even seasoned travelers need to rest and recuperate from time on the road. And what better way is there to take a breather than to read about other folks' adventures abroad? Here are seven of my favorite …

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6 cool spots to visit in Pittsburgh as a first-timer

I drove 5.5 hours to Pittsburgh on a whim a couple of months ago. It was my reaction to receiving bad news. I don't even know how Pittsburgh came to mind other than that I realized I had lived in or near the other side of the state for most of my life and had …

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Coming home: Adjusting when long-term travel is no longer practical

Rewind time six months and I would've been telling you all about my plan to live abroad and explore Europe for at least a year. My goals were lofty: Learn how to ski on Bohemian slopes, backpack through the Balkans, brewery hop in Belgium. Instead, it's edging on Spring and I've been unexpectedly back home in New Jersey for …

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Bookmark these 11 European craft beer bars for a rainy day

You know you'll enjoy those cathedrals, museums, and landmarks much more after a pint or flight* of delicately created suds. And when you're traveling, sometimes you just need to sit and decompress for a minute or 90...especially if it happens to be a rainy day. Microbreweries and craft beer pubs are now commonplace across the world. If …

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