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Via Viator

What should you do when you get to where you’re going? The ease of booking, the variety of options worldwide and exceptional customer service are reason enough to consider booking via Viator. I'd like to share my experience in booking with this company. 

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TravelLyndsay Cavanagh
Airline Anxieties: The Aisle Runner

You feel the tingle of anxiety growing stronger as the people around you begin shifting. Someone makes the first move. Then soon after, everyone is popping out of their seats and into the aisle like they've hit an ejection button in unison. Perhaps their legs are tired, but you know everyone is trying to avoid the same thing... 

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ISO: The Perfect Carry-On

Akin to finding the perfect mate, one must go through rigorous trial and error before determining the right combination of qualities in your travel companion. The one that's always by your side. The one that takes the stress and weight of traveling off your shoulders. I'm talking about your carry on!

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Reward Miles: Stash 'Em or Cash 'Em?

To all you frequent flyers; are you someone who squanders away your miles as quickly as you earn them? Or do you store your miles with hoarder-like enthusiasm? Have you ever struggled to decide when it makes sense to use them? Perhaps my explanation and a little "cheat sheet" I created will help make it clear to anyone who hasn't fully grasped it explained another way. 

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TravelLyndsay Cavanagh
5 Days in Montreal

Eat-See-Do, 5 days in Montreal. James and I were granted the opportunity to visit Montreal upon his repatriation into the U.S. after two years as an expat in Newfoundland. The winter weather was brutal yet beautiful and even cold we managed to take in much of this incredible city. 

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Airline Anxieties: The Crying Baby

The crying baby can raise tempers and temperatures past their boiling point. As was the case on a flight I took a year ago. What I aim to provide you in this post is a viewpoint outside your own and the tools for overcoming flight disruptions. And so starts the series.... Airline Anxieties. 

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TravelLyndsay Cavanagh
My New Love, New Mexico

There's no denying all the feels I have for this funky Southwestern state. Albuquerque and Santa Fe have quickly risen to the top of my list of favorite cities in America. How could they not? Both unique in their attractions, yet equally enlivening.

I want to know if anyone else has visited and been affected similarly. Also, leave suggestions for when I most certainly return!

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Visit Vedado

My girls and I returned to Havana from Trinidad, but this time further west into the neighborhood of Vedado. Each neighborhood in the city is vastly different and each grants its visitors unique experiences.

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Total Eclipse of the Sun

Capturing the solar eclipse in totality was an incredible experience. It wasn't the twenty degree drop in temperature that gave me goosebumps. It was the synchronized roar of our campsite, the feeling of community, as we realized the magnitude of the event. 

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Cuando en Cuba

Stepping into our casa particular, dubbed El Conquistador, set the tone for our beach-town stay. The lush plants and colorful murals inside the seemingly typical stucco building enchanted us. Trinidad is a World Heritage site renowned for it's preservation of Cuba's old world charm. It's described as the most colorful city in Cuba and I couldn't agree more.  

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Havana Blast

I've returned from a one week girlfriends trip to Cuba, split between the cities of Havana and Trinidad. An adventure and culture packed seven days that I am so excited to recap for you!

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TravelLyndsay Cavanagh