Throughout the course of our lives, we may find ourselves having to share a living space with others who have routines and diets quite different than our own. In our case, vegans and omnivores had to share a household.
How can the tourism industry change so that smaller towns and cities attract ethical travelers of different cultural backgrounds and specific diets? How can they make it so everyone feels welcome and safe?
This efficient three-day guide takes you to historical sites, world-class museums, delicious vegan restaurants, and beautiful boutiques.
While we all can’t shop small with every purchase we make, we can certainly be more conscious of our purchases throughout the year and change our habits to support our local economy.
While the media swoons over New York and Los Angeles, we’re here to say that vegan restaurants in Philadelphia should not be ignored as it beats both of those cities in our book.
Utah is one of the few states in the United States that is truly a diverse travel destination. Winter travelers come to Park City for skiing, national park visitors come to visit the eight national parks and monuments year round, and Mormons visit Salt Lake City as part of their pilgrimage tourism.
During this Coronavirus pandemic, it’s more important than ever that we stick together. Here are six ways to show kindness to your community, small businesses, and struggling performers during this trying time in history.
Austin’s vintage clothing scene is one of the best in the United States. When a city is bursting with creatives, open-minded thinkers, and small businesses, vintage clothing stores are an easy choice to entertain and provide for a young and thriving population.
Our names are Benjamin Hagerty and Brianne Nemiroff. We’re a married couple originally from California. Since we became a couple in 2009, we have always been passionate about travel, both locally and abroad. We were inspired to take a long-term trip in 2017 to explore more of Canada and the U.S. and we soon realized that this wasn’t just a lengthy trip, but a new lifestyle choice, and that we were destined to explore.
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