Views from the Zephyr Train

I decided to take the western half of the train journey from San Francisco area to Denver, CO which covers the Rockies half, and then spend a day in Denver and fly back.

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Santa Fe, New Mexico – Solo Travel for Introverts – I

The most striking aspect of Santa Fe was its Pueblo Revival architecture. I immediately fell in love with this part of the United States which embraced its Native American heritage and proudly displayed it, instead of European aesthetics.

Charleston Day Trip: Magnolia Gardens

Magnolia Gardens is a historic plantation turned into a museum. It lies on the Ashely river near North Charleston. Charleston is surrounded by a lot of historic plantations along the Ashley and Cooper rivers, with tours available around the estates.

Chicago – 2: Ukrainian & Polish Districts

Chicago boasts one of the largest Central/Eastern European immigration histories in the world. Thus, though most guidebooks skip them, I decided to visit the Ukrainian and Polish neighborhoods on my second day in the city.

Chicago – Solo Travel for Introverts – I

The city-center of Chicago is called the Loop, as it is surrounded by a loop of elevated train systems, called the ‘L’. When the clouds parted, I strolled around the Bean sculpture, Millennium Park, the Pavilion and the Waterfront.

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Guest Post – The Digital Nomad Lifestyle

Has it always been your dream to see the world? Maybe you’re tired of working in an office setting for most of your life and are ready to break free. The life of a digital nomad affords you the freedom to do just that.

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