A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting Moraine Lake in September

A Comprehensive Guide to Visiting Moraine Lake in September

Crystal has been wanting to visit Banff National Park for years and we finally made the trip happen this year during the Labor Day weekend in September. Crystal was initially drawn to Moraine Lake for it’s bright, blue waters that looked unreal. Every picture she saw were spectacular and she knew she had to go here.

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What to Wear for Banff National Park in Early September

What to Wear for Banff National Park in Early September

We visited Banff National Park during one of the transitional months in late August to early September, so it was a tricky time of year to pack for. Mountain weather is quite unpredictable so being prepared will make your experience at Banff a whole lot more comfortable.

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36 Hours in Fort Lauderdale, Florida - A Relaxing Weekend Itinerary

36 Hours in Fort Lauderdale, Florida - A Relaxing Weekend Itinerary

Usually, Orlando and Miami are the destinations that get all the hype in Florida but we wanted to go somewhere different and decided to make a weekend road trip to Fort Lauderdale. We only had 36 hours, so we spent one day at Las Olas Boulevard and the second day at Fort Lauderdale Beach.

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TAP Air Portugal Review - Executive Class and Economy Class

TAP Air Portugal Review - Executive Class and Economy Class

This was my first time flying with TAP Air Portugal and I was a little nervous since I’ve never flew with them before and there were very mixed reviews online. I needed a roundtrip ticket from Barcelona to Lisbon and my only two options were Vueling or TAP Air Portgual. TAP Air Portugal seemed to be a bit better with their reviews so I decided to go with them.

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Don't Leave Vancouver Without Eating at These Top 10 Restaurants and Cafes

Don't Leave Vancouver Without Eating at These Top 10  Restaurants and Cafes

One of our favorite things to do when traveling is trying new restaurants. Vancouver has some of the best tasting food and we pretty much enjoyed every restaurant we visited. We wanted to try out more restaurants but unfortunately, we ran out of time, so we will definitely be back for more! Here are our top 10 suggestions for restaurants and cafes you need to try in Vancouver.

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Exploring Fort Lauderdale's Oldest Surviving Building at Stranahan Museum

Exploring Fort Lauderdale's Oldest Surviving Building at Stranahan Museum

We enjoy visiting unique museums so when we started researching the attractions around Fort Lauderdale, we came across the Stranahan Museum. We had no idea who the Stranahans were but we love learning about the history of the cities we visit. Even better was that our hotel was right next to the museum.

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A Naturally Thrilling Experience at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - Vancouver, Canada

A Naturally Thrilling Experience at Capilano Suspension Bridge Park - Vancouver, Canada

If you want to explore some nature in Vancouver that is easy to access, we highly recommend the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. We were pretty excited to explore this park and had our fingers crossed that it didn't rain the entire weekend we were in Vancouver.

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Incredible Brunch at Chambar in Vancouver Canada

Incredible Brunch at Chambar in Vancouver Canada

We tried out a lot of restaurants while visiting Vancouver and one of our favorite places was Chambar, located just behind the Airbnb we were staying at in downtown Vancouver. We were in a mood for some good brunch and read rave reviews on how awesome this restaurant was, so we had to see for ourselves.

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Our First Airbnb Penthouse Experience in Vancouver, Canada

Our First Airbnb Penthouse Experience in Vancouver, Canada

Most of our Airbnb stays have been pretty average in size, so the penthouse in Vancouver was our first experience with an amazing rooftop view and extra amenities. Since we were traveling with several friends on this trip, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to book something a little more luxurious since we would all be splitting the cost.

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