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75 easy ways with links to guides she has written from her own travels to save money and have a blast. #46 lists restaurants in major cities with good food for cheap

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How to Drive across the USA hitting all the major landmarks. This would be a fun summer-long road trip!

Make the pledge for yourself.

21 roads to drive before you die

Underwater sub in Bahamas. Kinda scary though

World's largest swimming pool - Algarrobo, Chile

Long Reef, Sydney, Australia

this is good!

The Trinity Library, Dublin, Ireland. ❤ Oh my.

THE TOWN WITH NO ROADS Giethoorn in Holland is a beautiful and quiet little village unique in that you will not find a single road in the entire town. Rather, it is connected by waterways and paths and some biking trails. Visitors are always welcomed and encouraged to rent an electric and noiseless "Whisper Boat" to explore this little piece of heaven on earth. Plus, without car pollution and soooo many trees, what ever pollution does come their way, the trees purify the air.

Moss Glen Falls by Andrew Stockwell, via 500px; Green Mountain National Forest, Granville, Vermont

44 Midwest Resorts - Nice for short vacations!

Kayangan Lake, Coron islands, Palawan, Philippines

Ebor Falls, New South Wales, Australia

Navagio Beach, or the Shipwreck, is an isolated sandy cove on Zakynthos island and one of the most famous beaches in Greece.

Sorrento Back Beach, Australia

A place in Ireland where every two years on June 10-18 the stars line up with this place. It’s called heavens trail.

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Sydney, Australia

a twist on kayaking and canoeing - great for warm water and shallows with lots of plant and marine life TOO COOL

Big Ben, London, England

The Dark Hedges in Antrim, Ireland