Art Hotel Villa Agape

Overlooking the beautiful city of Florence, Art Hotel Villa Agape seems worlds away from the small streets, lined with vespas and shops, of central Florence. With its never-ending gardens and beautiful terraces, you’ll feel like you’re living inside a castle straight out of a fairytale.

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18 Last-Minute Holiday Gifts for the Wanderluster

While trying to give family and friends Christmas last-minute gift ideas that didn’t include “plane tickets, groupons, miles” or other typical requests of those plagued by wanderlust, it’s hard to come by lists with ideas and products that we could actually use in between or during our travels. To try to help out fellow wanderlusters faced with similar problems, here is our 2016 list of travel gift ideas.

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Our 5 Favorite Cafes in Edinburgh

As some of you may already know, we love coffee and it’s hard for us to not enjoy sitting in a cafe watching the world go by. Historic Edinburgh, lucky for us, has so many local cafes that University of Edinburgh even offers Coffee Crawls for incoming students. While there we didn’t do one of these “Coffee Crawls” but we did check out a new cafe every time that we went out. Check out our five favorites below!

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Insider Secret: Visit Mackinac Island

While it may seem like a no-brainer to many Michiganders, I was surprised to find out that outside of the Great Lake state, there aren’t many who have even heard of the gem that is Mackinac Island. Luckily for everyone that is not from the Great Lake State, we took a road trip north and are going to share our insider, “Michigander” knowledge. Continue reading

5 Tips for Airfare Hacking Beginners

Often when we’re talking about our upcoming trips with friends, family, and colleagues, we get asked how we can afford to travel internationally so often. While the standard answers of saving and working hard, long hours frequently come up, the answer that always piques the most interest is that we practice airfare hacking.

After a lot of research into the topic and three successful airfares bought through this method, we wanted to share our tips with you so that you, too, can travel on a budget.

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Cruising with Hornblower San Diego

The best part of traveling is making connections and networking with new and interesting people along the way. In this digital age there are a lot of ways to do just that without ever having to leave your own city. We had the privilege of networking with members of the San Diego Travel Massive community with the San Diego bay-front skyline as our background and good food paired with endless mimosas to keep the stories flowing.

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Getting a Brazilian Tourist Visa in Buenos Aires

During my trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina, my main goal was to get a new tourist visa for Brazil before my student visa expired. Now, getting a Brazilian visa is not as easy as just paying a fee when you land in the country (for those with a passport from the USA, Australia, or New Zealand ). It takes time, organization, and money but it’s doable and normally a fairly quick and painless process. Continue reading