Posts tagged Wikipedia
Moscow Madness: 23 U.S. Communities That Share Their Name with the Russian Capital

With thousands of cities and communities the world over, there's bound to be some places that bear the same name — people are only so original, after all. For example, in the United States alone, there are 31 cities named Franklin, 29 each named Clinton and Washington, and 28 named Arlington.

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7 of the Coldest Corners of the Earth Where People Actually Live

With the current cold streak that's taken over the blog lately, I thought I'd keep the (snow)ball rolling by diving into a list of some of the chilliest places on Earth that people call home. After consulting multiple lists across the Internets, I came up with seven such places from around the world that fit the bill.

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The Bavarian Christmas Wonderland Sitting in Michigan's Backyard

You're probably aware of the ginormous Christmas tree that lights up New York's Rockefeller Center every winter, the ice skating rink that appears in Chicago's Millennium Park, and *insert some third semi-nationally-well-known Christmas event or activity* but did you know there is a tiny town smack dab in the middle of Michigan where Christmas rages for 365 days a year?

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11 Travel-Themed Poems That Will Have You Packing Your Bags

There are two things in this life that I hold in highest regard, and those are 1) literature, poetry, or anything having to do with writing and 2) travel.

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It's Hard to Stay Stationary When Traveling is Always on Your Mind

I keep thinking about the New York Times' "52 Places to Go in (Insert Year)" article that comes out every January, how I'd like to randomly select a handful of destinations from that list and make it a goal to get to each one before the next list appears. I keep thinking about taking a train across Canada. I keep thinking about Bocas del Toro in Panama...

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My Definitive Guide to Being a Successful Loner

You may think that sounds sad and depressing and melancholy and what not, but then you'd be totally missing the point, which, squarely, is thus: knowing how to be alone — how to be okay with aloneness — is an important skill.

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