A Guide to Avalon, Catalina Island

Avalon, the only incorporated city on Catalina Island, is one of the prettiest towns in all of California. Located on one the most well known Channel Island, it is the southernmost city in the Los Angeles county. The city is barely eight square kilometres, giving it a very local and cozy atmosphere. Despite its population of only a few thousand, Avalon attracts about a million visitors per year. Its main street has tons of vibrant and colourful shopfronts, with a backdrop of soaring mountains and a romantic harbour. In this post I’ll be sharing my complete guide to Catalina’s unofficial capital, with info on everything you’d need to know about the town before visiting.

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The City of Love: A Guide to Paris, France

The capital of the most visited country in the world, Paris is one of the greatest cities in the world. Nicknamed the city of love due to the romance surrounding it, every corner you turn in Paris is sure to be breathtaking. A global centre of art, fashion, food, culture, history, and more, it is a very popular destination for obvious reasons. From the iconic Eiffel Tower that dominates the city, to the colossal Louvre museum, to the luxurious Champs-Élysées, it would take years to see every single thing Paris has to offer. In this post, I will be giving you the ultimate guide to Paris!

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A Royal Guide to London

Being the home of British royalty for over a thousand years, London is forever adorned with reminders of its royal history. Modern sites in the city range from Buckingham Palace, the home of the Queen, to Kensington Palace, the home of many other members of the royal family. Some of the more historic sites in London include the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and more. A visit to London wouldn’t be complete without some sort of nod toward its royal history! In this post, I’ll be bringing you through the ultimate royal guide to London, writing about all of the top royal sights in the city.

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Red Rock Country: A Guide to Sedona, Arizona

Surrounded by stunning red sandstone rocks along with breathtaking canyons and mountains is Sedona, a small town in central Arizona. Home to four vortexes, special spots considered to be places of healing, reflection and growth, the town invites many spiritual tourists. Sedona is located between Arizona’s capital and the state’s famous Grand Canyon, making it the perfect stop for a quick day trip from either of those two spots. In this post you’ll read all you’d ever need to know about Sedona, including info on weather, transportation, accommodation, attractions and more in this picturesque destination.

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The Grey City: A Guide to Berlin, Germany

Berlin’s got something for everyone – incredible history, cool culture, vibrant nightlife, amazing architecture, delicious food, and more. Despite its rough (and quite recent) history, the Berlin of today is one of the most welcoming, tolerant, and prosperous cities in the world. It may be nicknamed the Grey City because of its weather, but I promise Berlin isn’t boring in the slightest – in fact, its the complete opposite of that! I first visited Berlin in January of this year, and the three days I spent there definitely left me wishing to go back. So, for any of you fellow first time visitors or Berlin, or just any of you who has already been and is heading back sometime soon, in this post I’ll be writing the ultimate guide to Berlin, the capital and biggest city in Germany.

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