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3 Common Myths Canadians Have About Mardi Gras

3 Common Myths Canadians Have About Mardi Gras

| April 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

There are several things that Canadians and Americans share in common given the geographic and cultural dispositions of both nations. However, run a poll across a wide demographic on what these similarities are, and you will get a wide and varying response. But two things over which there will be no dispute over are our […]

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Indie Band ‘So Long Storyland’ on NOLA music, style & Katrina

Indie Band ‘So Long Storyland’ on NOLA music, style & Katrina

| April 5, 2019 | 1 Comment

You got to love social media for its adaptability in making instantaneous connections in foreign locations when traveling. It is especially valuable for travel bloggers like myself to identify unique trends, styles and culture to showcase to readers. Thus I am excited to share with you an emerging talent out of New Orleans, that I […]

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11 Unique Experiences beyond the Las Vegas Strip (from the Huffington Post)

11 Unique Experiences beyond the Las Vegas Strip (from the Huffington Post)

| March 26, 2019 | 0 Comments

  This blog post was originally published on Huffington Post Alberta Blogs by me. Here is a direct link to the post. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/abi-paul/unique-las-vegas-experiences_b_5966766.html

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How To See Gods in Vegas (with Uncle Kracker)

How To See Gods in Vegas (with Uncle Kracker)

| March 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

haga clic aquí para ver en español clique aqui para ver em Português Cliquez ici pour voir en français 日本語で表示するにはこちらをクリック The Grand Canyon is one of the most remarkable natural wonders in the world and considered to be one of the “Seven Wonders of the Natural World”. I finally got my chance to view this […]

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Downtown Revitalization Project : Lessons for Canada

| March 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

I step out on to the streets on a balmy summer morning with the daily newspaper tucked under my arms headed to the neighborhood coffee shop. The smell of fresh roasted organic java of some variety is evident in the air inside. The coffee shop is typical of most independent neighborhood cafes with relaxing couches, tables, […]

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The most Famous Secret Downtown in USA

The most Famous Secret Downtown in USA

| February 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

The secret is out and the cat has left the bag! Downtown Las Vegas is a hidden gem in the city of glitter and glam. Metaphorically speaking, the new Downtown experience is the winning jackpot in casinoland! Courtesy of city of Las Vegas, Erin O’Boyle Photographics A BRIEF HISTORY On May 15, 1905, a railroad land […]

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Secrets of Las Vegas Art District Revealed

Secrets of Las Vegas Art District Revealed

| February 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

One of the core elements that defines us as a species is that of the sense of discovery and adventure. This element is the cause behind most if not all of the great human triumphs including the principles behind urban planning and design. However, in recent years there has been a reversal of this pattern. For […]

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A Shipping Container Park? Where else but Downtown Las….

A Shipping Container Park? Where else but Downtown Las….

| February 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

Nobody will ever criticize Las Vegas for its timidness and banality in design and architecture. Las Vegas, or rather a portion of the City referred to as “The Strip”, is anything but that! The famous casino hotels and modern resorts of the Vegas Strip are the iconic man made wonders of the modern world and there […]

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Vegas By Night: A Unique Experience

Vegas By Night: A Unique Experience

| January 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

I had never been on a helicopter ride at night until my first adventure of flying in one to see the glittery lights of Las Vegas. Vegas by night from the ground is undeniably spectacular but a view from the air offers a totally different perspective. I flew with Maverick Helicopters for this incredible experience. The fly-by […]

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Art on the Streetwalks of Miami | Budget Adventure Travel

Art on the Streetwalks of Miami | Budget Adventure Travel

| January 4, 2017 | 6 Comments

Remember that movie with Chris Kattan and Will Ferrell – A night at the Roxbury, where their characters, brothers Doug and Steve Butabi, pitch the ingenious idea to club owner Zadir (Chazz Palminteri) about the unique club concept where the building exterior is constructed to resemble the interior of a nightclub, and the interior resembles […]

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