The Minnesota State Fair: A Foodie’s Dream

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I came, I saw, I ate. Now I’m covered in powdered sugar, but that’s OK. The theme of this trip was… well food. Sure the entertainment, ferris wheels, and yes, even ice fishing houses draw in thousands of people to the Minnesota State Fair, but the real draw is the food. Each year, the vendors try to outdo themselves and each other by creating new and e[...]

The Cuba Diaries: The Tropicana

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We decided to check out the Tropicana to get a glimpse into the Cuban culture. I thoroughly enjoyed the show, but I don’t think it would be for everyone. First, it is fairly expensive. Second, it is quite “touristy”. Overall, I would recommend it for a nice, easy activity to plan in Cuba if you’re into shows, music and dancing. So you have some refer[...]

What They Don’t Tell You But You Need To Know Before Attending Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio

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“Twin A or B?” … Too late. My hesitation gave it away. We were labeled Twins Days Festival “newbies.” The truth is, when people ask us the quintessential twin question, “Who was born first?”, my twin proudly answers, “I was!” But there is a caveat. “I was supposed to be born first!” I exclaim. If we were born naturally, I was in[...]

10 Reasons Why I Love the French Riviera

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Last week, I traveled to the South of France for the very first time with my husband. Sure, I’ve been to Paris a couple of times, but nothing… not even four years of high school French class…could prepare me for the beauty of the Cote d’Azur. On our trip, we visited dear friends of ours in Port Grimaud (Thanks for the good time Robert and Jo!) and sp[...]