Los Angeles Uncovered


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The sun shines against the shops and hotels, illuminating their beauty as people stroll on the sidewalk with their Starbucks iced coffee in hand and making their way to work or to lunch with friends in one of the many delicious cafes decorating the sidewalks. Rodeo Drive (located in Beverly Hills) was one of the first places I visited when I moved to Los Angeles. It is located in a city of style, fashion, celebrities, sunshine, and beauty. Rodeo Drive is one of the many beautiful places in Los Angeles.

11 Important Things to know Before Traveling to Brazil

Since the World Cup is being held in Brazil this year, it felt only right to start with some tips about Brazil. So if you are planning a trip or are lucky enough to be there now, read these tips and be prepared to visit one of the most beautiful countries in the world!

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Airport Parking Before a 3-Day Weekend


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Top 10 Places to go for 4th of July

Are you stuck on where to go for the 4th of July this year?  Well, don’t fret because I have listed the top 10 places I believe are great destinations for the 4th of July! These 10 places truly embody this holiday and are guaranteed a lot of fun.  Enjoy!

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Interview with Travel Blogger, Lauren Juliff

I was lucky enough to score an interview this past week with Lauren Juliff, founder of Never Ending Footsteps. She is a huge inspiration to all those who want to travel and face their fears. I was originally inclined to ask her for an interview because her story is so eye opening and uplifting. Lauren is originally from London, England and in 2011, she left her life in London for the life of a nomad. She conquered her fears and anxieties by purchasing a one way ticket to Dubrovnik, Croatia. Within the past two and a half years, Lauren has visited 45 countries. She is very experienced and has very useful advice for anyone who is about to go on a trip. She does not hold back in her blog and documents all the experiences she has had while traveling (good and bad).

After speaking with her, I had a giddy and hopeful feeling inside my stomach because she gave me hope that I, too, could one day travel the world. Here is part 1 of the interview that I had with her where she describes how she conquered her fears and what you should do before taking a long trip.