With Christmas right around the corner, most people have started planning their holiday season down to the last appetizer and glass of punch. Many people enjoy repeating the same traditions year after year, and enjoy the certainty that comes from knowing exactly what will happen when.
Anyone who travels frequently can tell you that a travel companion can make or break a trip. If they’re good, the trip will be amazing. And if they’re not … well, it might get rough. To help you choose wisely, here’s a vetting process to put your next prospect through.
Everybody loves traveling and if you don’t, I wonder why you’re reading TravelVersed. No, seriously, you just need to open your Facebook or Instagram to see incredible photos of your friends gallivanting around the world. Yet, you’re not one of the jet-setters, why?
Traveling isn’t just about the destination you choose. The way you travel and why also play a big part in determining how memorable your trips will be. So, after picking your country, what are you going to do on your trip is the next question. Here are a few ideas.
The Louvre, the British Museum, the Smithsonian – all these names certainly inspire reverence and fascination. The great museums of history, art, and natural sciences are cultural gold, but what do you call those that highlight sausages, toilet seats, or mini glass bottles? Cultural platinum! Here are 21 European museums that feature some unconventional exhibitions.
Many people from abroad don’t know much about the holiday, if at all, and finding a fellow American friend to celebrate with isn’t always easy. Thanksgiving, however, can be hard to pull together abroad, as it is a very geographically narrow, North American tradition.
Raising children is both a privilege and a challenge, and one that everyone wants to succeed at. When it comes to bringing up happy, healthy kids, some places in the world are more suitable than others. Here are 16 cities across the globe where raising children is an even more challenging task than usual.