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Adventures in Moving

Posted by Jessica on September 29, 2014 at 1:20 PM Comments comments (0)

When I was little, I remember how fun I thought it was to move. After all, my family first moved before I even turned one, so with all the subsequent moves, I thought it was just a natural thing to do. (Plus, being so young, I didn't have to do any of the work!) But after I started school, we only moved once more to ensure that my sister and I could grow up in the same school district. But once I finished community college, I of course had to enjoy the adventures of moving once again! 

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U.S. vs Canada: Who Has the Better Niagara Falls?

Posted by Jessica on September 27, 2014 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (2)

As much as I've traveled across the United States, I never seemed to make it to Canada. I had been to New York, but never set foot out of the Big Apple while there. This summer, I took an eight-day trip to Niagara Falls. This means I had the opportunity to see the other side of New York State, as well as finally enter Canada. And since I visited both sides of this international city, people often ask me "Which side is better?"

Now, when it comes to travel, I don't play favorites. I some...

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United States of Hostels

Posted by Jessica on September 18, 2014 at 4:55 PM Comments comments (0)

When I mention to people that I enjoy staying in hostels, I expect one of the following responses:

"What's a hostel?"

"Aren't those only in Europe?"

"Those are creepy; you shouldn't stay there!"

For the last two, I'd like to shout a resounding NO! Hostels are found throughout the world, and only horror movies make them creepy. (In fact, I feel a lot safer staying at a hostel than I do anywhere else!) As for the first question, a hostel is an accommodation where, instea...

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Mansfield Reformatory in Central Ohio

Posted by Jessica on July 6, 2014 at 2:00 PM Comments comments (0)

I got pulled over yesterday afternoon. And then I went to prison. No, the consequence for speeding isn't THAT harsh; in fact, the whole reason I was driving in the first place was so I could go to prison. I guess I should explain...

Whenever I have an uninterrupted weekend off from my "real" job, I try to travel somewhere. Because of the holiday, I had a full 72 hours off, but in the midst of planning for some big upcoming trips and recovering from the adventures of the previous week, p...

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