GTGL Snippets: The Italian Water Garden at Longwood Gardens

GTGL Snippets: The Italian Water Garden at Longwood Gardens

The first glimpse of it got us all awestruck. We followed the path to the viewing deck, all the while taking glances of the intricate water garden, to have a full scale perspective of the whole thing. 

Pure elegance.

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Sydney's North Shore: Best Things To Do

Sydney's North Shore: Best Things To Do

It is time to pick out that ultimate vacation spot! Whether traveling with your family, a bunch of friends or your significant other, choosing the perfect place for your holiday can be quite challenging. There are a number of things you have to take into consideration in order to make everyone happy, like choosing between city, beach or countryside or opting for shopping, culture or adrenaline?

Lucky for you, there are places where you can have it all and Sydney North Shore happens to be one of them.

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GTGL Snippets: Independence Hall, Philadelphia

GTGL Snippets: Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Previously called the Pennsylvania State House, this Georgian edifice now known as the Independence Hall is the venue where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were signed. It is located on Chestnut Street, between 5th and 6th Streets, with its north facade leading to a cobblestone street and to the Independence Mall. 

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Aussie Road Trip Know-How

Aussie Road Trip Know-How

Have you always wanted to experience a true road trip through Australia? If you have, it’s high time you fulfilled your dreams. However, make sure that you prepare for it carefully. In order to help you with this, and prevent your dream from turning into a nightmare, we have prepared a list of useful advice for your Aussie road trip.

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48 Hours on Oahu: Island Adventure and Relaxation

48 Hours on Oahu: Island Adventure and Relaxation

Get up early.

That’s my best advice for a two-day stay on my beautiful island of Oahu — though it would be the same if you were here for two weeks or two months. Not only is there so much to do that every hour counts, but some of the sweetest experiences can be savored only at dawn.

Photo credit: Photohalloran.com

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[PHOTOS] Self-guided tour of the Mural Mile, Philadelphia

[PHOTOS] Self-guided tour of the Mural Mile, Philadelphia

Philadelphia is long known for its riveting street art culture, which speaking volumes on the city's urban lifestyle, and its people's glorious moments and agonizing struggles. The Mural Arts features the skills and talents of artists on traditional mural-making, who transform public spaces into one big engaging, thought-provoking, and even life-changing outdoor art gallery.  

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GTGL Snippets: Palmer Square on Ice, Princeton, New Jersey

GTGL Snippets: Palmer Square on Ice, Princeton, New Jersey

Love is in the air!

Ice Sculpture Philly embellished a little corner in downtown Princeton, New Jersey with super cool (see what I did there? 😜) artworks. For their final piece, the ice artists carved out these linked hearts to commemorate Valentine's Day. 💕

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Tried & Tested: Sure Wins When You Pass Through Carmel-by-the-Sea

Tried & Tested: Sure Wins When You Pass Through Carmel-by-the-Sea

There’s just something about towns with prepositions in it. ‘By-the-sea’, ‘upon-Avon’ - okay, those are the only two I can think of at this moment. But, because the town is relative to a place, it already gives you something to visualize.

I've been coming to Carmel for years, but always just passing through - either while staying at Monterey, or to drive people along the 17 mile drive in Pebble Beach. For a three-day getaway to the California coast, this time, we decided to stay in the quaint artistic town of Carmel-by-the-Sea.

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48 Hours in Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark

48 Hours in Aarhus, Jutland, Denmark

In Copenhagen, as we chatted with strangers and they asked what else did we have planned during our trip to Denmark, I mentioned we were going to Aarhus (pronounced oar-hus). Most of the people we talked to have not been there, but everyone said they’ve heard it was beautiful. When I was planning our trip, I thought Aarhus was going to be more like my base to travel around Jutland. But actually, this university town is a veritable destination on its own.

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