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Travel... It's Good for You!

St. John holiday visitAs a follow-up to my original piece about simple ways to add adventure to your travel, here are five more suggestions to get you packing. Hopefully one resonates with you, and, fits your lifestyle ...

How to be a Tourist in Your Home Town

food and wine treasures like the Bayfield Innfood and wine treasures like the Bayfield InnGoGirlfriend wants to share your local expertise with the world. Tell us about your hometown and why we should visit. After all, who knows the tourist traps and hidden gems better than someone who lives there ...

EarthXplorer - Travel Visionary & Adventurer Extraordinaire

Maui via EarthXplorer.comMaui via EarthXplorer.comWe're thrilled and honored to welcome JD Andrews to GoGirlfriend to share his EarthXplorer travel journey. We've been following JD's adventures...

Girlfriend Getaway in Niagara's Wine Region

girlfriend getaway in Niagara wine countryWhether you’re sharing a happy milestone or celebrating a new and autonomous you, a decadent day in Niagara’s wine region has all the necessary elements – sumptuous feasts, decadent desserts and so-sweet, sparkling icewine ...

On Being a Tourist in My Own Town

fun at the Mirror MazeI’ve lived in the Syracuse area my entire life – that’s 40+ years of the same roadways, shops, restaurants and attractions. For me, travel is the counterpoint to the familiar, but I wondered if I was missing out on what’s right in my own backyard?

Active Travel, Health & Wellness

try active adventures while travelingNo matter what your fitness level, your needs or wants for your health and wellness while traveling there is something perfect for you so no need for sacrifice. Get active and explore the world.

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