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Tiananmen Square | Things to Do In & Around Beijing Travel

With an incredible view of the entrance to the Forbidden City and a moving political history, Tiananmen Square is one of the most visited, albeit controversial sites in Beijing, China. To enter the square, you need to pass through security and armed guards are posted around the area. But upon entering Tiananmen, you can see the Monument to the People’s Heroes, the Great Hall of...

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Adventurer / Travel Lover Travel

The holiday season is upon us! Have you finished your holiday shopping already? I sure haven’t, but I’m getting pretty close. Finding the perfect gift is (almost) never easy! Especially for someone with particular tastes or interests. If you have a few travel lovers or adventurers who you still need to shop for (and it’s totally cool if that includes gifts for yourself), here are...

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Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution | Beijing, China Travel

Sometimes some of the most interesting things you see when visiting a new place are those you find by chance. And the Military Museum of the Chinese People’s Revolution (中国人民革命军事博物馆) was definitely one of those things for me during my trip to Beijing, China. Located in the Haidian district of Beijing, the Military Museum showcases restored military equipment from the People’s Liberation Army. Originally built...

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Wangfujing Night Market | Beijing, China Travel

As I’ve mentioned before, I am a huge fan of street foods, and so, I couldn’t miss out on a trip to one of the most famous street food spots in Beijing – the Wangfujing Night Market. The Wangfujing Night Market is located in the Dongcheng district and it’s both a popular tourist hotspot and a local hangout. The Wangfujing snack street hosts a variety...

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The Barcelona Cathedral | Things to Do In Barcelona, Spain Travel

While going on our self-guided walking tour in Barcelona, we accidentally (and happily) stumbled across Catedral de la Santa Cruz y Santa Eulalia, Cathedral of the Holy Cross and Saint Eulalia. Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, the Cathedral is dedicated to Eulalia of Barcelona, co-patron saint of Barcelona. A photo posted by Shannon Kennedy (@eurolinguiste) on Apr 22, 2015 at 3:20pm PDT Interesting...

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