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Blog, Destinations, Mexico / 09.02.2018

Located at the tip of the Baja Peninsula, Cabo San Lucas is among Mexico's most vibrant resort destinations. Boasting a desert climate, the sun shines between 300 to 350 days per year – excellent news for those who fear having their vacation ruined by nonstop rain. While soaking up vitamin D on a sun lounger is surely among your top priorities, also know there are plenty of things to see and do in Cabo. Let's discuss several possibilities below...

Blog, USA / 27.01.2018

Home to giants like Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon and Starbucks, Seattle is a growing city that is forever changing. The city has some fantastic breweries where you can try craft beers and boasts numerous attractions from the Space Needle to the Museum of Flight. Yes, it rains, but the summers are glorious and it's the perfect time of year to get outdoors and visit places such as Vashon Island and Snoqualmie Falls. As gateway to the Pacific Northwest, Seattle makes a great place to base yourself for a couple of...

Blog, Travel Tips, USA / 02.10.2017

Five years ago, pretty much no one was thinking of renting a car and driving across the US. Something to do with $4 and 5 a gallon gas prices? Now that things are starting to level out, it might be time to crank up the tunes and take a road trip across the country. Utah's Mighty 5 national parks, maybe? Pacific Coast Highway? If you’re willing to make an excursion out of it, the sky’s the limit. But regardless of how accommodating fuel prices might be today or...