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Life is an Open Road: Essential Tips for Road Trippers

Road trips are as American as apple pie! Traveling by car has long been an institution and has remained a classic pastime for many adventurists. Before you climb behind the wheel of your car this season and drive off into the sunset, here are some useful tips for preparing ahead.

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Finding Pleasant Hideaways in Florida

When I think of relaxing, I typically think of Florida – always have. On the rare occasions when I get to take extended time off from work, Florida is usually the first place that pops into my head. I’ve probably been there more times than I can remember. Growing up, I thought I must have seen […]

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Southern Gems: A Time to Relax in Georgia

Everyone seems to have their own preconceived notions about the South. Whether they’ve visited or done their “research” on television, you’d be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t “know” something about life down here.

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Buenos Aires: Tango Overdose and Bacon Pizza

Ah Buenos Aires, the Paris of South America, the capital of tango and the paradise of red meat. I visited the cool capital of Argentina with my family back in early January and while I’ve been there several times, Buenos Aires remains fresh and always shows me a good time. What’s so great about Buenos […]

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Newcomer in New Orleans

I have to say, I couldn’t have chosen a better time to see the city of New Orleans, Louisiana this summer, from a writer’s perspective. I went at the end of August – on the cusp of the New Orleans Saints football franchise’s start to a season without coaching prodigy, Sean Payton. I went just […]

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: Museums In and Around Circle City

Last week, our very own Hoosier at heart explored the famed Circle City in the first of her two-part series, “Sleepless in Indianapolis”, taking readers on a thorough walk through the city. In the conclusion, she reviews four different museums she had the opportunity to travel to in Indy and sums up a memorable summer […]

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Sleepless in Indianapolis: A Walk Through Circle City

Road trip enthusiast and Hoosier at heart, Tania Hussain traveled south to Indianapolis this past summer and takes readers on a tour through her experiences in the famed Circle City, in the first part of her two-part series exclusive to The Hudsucker.

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Just Like Bedford Falls: The Jimmy Stewart Museum

There are a lot of museums on this planet and I have always been a big fan of them since I was a kid. Growing up I was in love with the dinosaur exhibits and still am because there’s something so honestly amazing about a dinosaur; especially the dinosaurs with huge bodies and those tiny […]

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