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14 Awesome Gifts for the Traveler in Your Life

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Is anyone else stunned that it's already November? Once that calendar flips over after Halloween, I start to panic a little because the holiday season is upon me again. It's time for family get-togethers, office parties, and present exchanges, so you and I better start thinking about our gift lists. 

If you love to travel or if you're buying for someone who does, I've got you covered with these seriously fantastic gift ideas. And, if there's anything left over in your budget, you can always send one or two of them to me, too!

1) Travel Magazine Subscription

$5-$20 per year

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It's never too early to start thinking about your next trip! These gorgeous glossy mags will help your favorite traveler figure out his or her destinations for 2016: Conde Nast Traveler, National Geographic Traveler, Travel + Leisure and Afar.


2) Secret Travel Scarf

$20-$22

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One of these went with me on my trip to Luxembourg and Germany, and I cannot say enough good things about it! I loved being able to toss my passport and extra money into the small pocket: for the first time ever, I wasn't paranoid about being pickpocketed. The scarves come in all sorts of fabrics, so you could get one for tropical trips and another for cooler destinations. Read my review here.


3) Cute travel mugs

$9.99 and up

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London Underground mug | Oh Darling mug: Etsy shop Exaltation | Multicolor world map mug: Etsy shop Doufaith

If I can't travel, the next best thing is thinking about travel. These adorable mugs will let you ponder your past and future trips over a cup of coffee or tea. Plus, this one changes colors based on the temperature of the liquid inside (tell me that's not cool!):
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Think Geek Day and Night mug

4) iPhone DSLR lenses

$25-$200
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If your favorite travelers want better pictures but don't want to purchase a DSLR, these lens kits are the perfect gift (see one by iPro here, a less expensive option from Olloclip here, and an even cheaper option from Techo here). All of the lenses attach directly to the iPhone. Since they're so small, they'd take up little to no room when they're packed.

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This is the cutest little necklace that would complement any wardrobe. I don't know what I love more: the quote from Dr. Seuss or the tiny passport charm. 

6) Sseko sandals

$57
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I came across these earlier this year, and I am in love! As a minimalistic packer, I'm all for any product that can be used in multiple ways, and these sandals deliver. Pack a few colors of ribbon, practice your different tying techniques, and there's no need to put any other shoes in your case for that tropical vacation.

I wear them ALL of them around town and when we're traveling, and I get compliments on them constantly. Plus, they're super, super comfortable. It's a win all around!

7) Luggage tags

$9.39-$25
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Leather luggage tag: Etsy shop Exsect | Wood luggage tag: Etsy shop Mile Nine | Map luggage tag: Etsy shop Marmaline
You can't ever have too many luggage tags! Stick a few of these cuties into your nomad's stocking, and you'll have one happy traveler on your hands.

8) Subscription boxes

Price varies on type of box and number of months ordered; most boxes average $20/ month

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Getting a present is fun, but getting a present in the mail for every month is even better. With a global-themed subscription box, you can keep the holiday spirit alive long after you put up the tinsel and lights.

Try the World and Grub Box sends you snacks, jams, crackers, and more to sample from different countries. If you've got a sweet tooth, try out BoCandy, where you'll get treats from all corners of the globe. Disney lovers might like the official Disney Park Pack.

9) Compass cufflinks

$22.72
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My husband decided a few years back that he loves french cuff shirts, so I've been on the hunt for cool cufflinks ever since. I think he'd love these silver compass cufflinks--they make a statement without being too flashy. 

10) Scratch off map

$18.14
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If there's one thing that any traveler loves, it's the ability to show off where they've been. This map would make for one cool conversation starter! Best of all, it's inexpensive, so you can get one for all of your travel buddies.

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Another great stocking stuffer, these stick-on nail designs will let your favorite traveler show off her wanderlust in style.

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I can't resist a good pair of studs these days (my toddler thinks it's hilarious to pull on my dangly earrings--ow!), and these earrings by Etsy shop JewelryFineandDandy would make an awesome gift to fellow travelers. Plus, these tiny compasses actually work! 

13) Global Monopoly games

$20+
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Game night just went global with these fun takes on the classic board game. Bayern, Cambridge, Canada, Edinburgh, Las Vegas, the U.S. National Parks, and New York City have all gotten the Monopoly treatment. If one of your favorite locales isn't listed here, no worries! There are over 80 different Monopoly options, so you're sure to find something that your favorite traveler will love.


14) Mirrorless camera

$628
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I know that this camera made the list last year, too, but I'm still in love with my Sony A6000 after all this time. After owning a DSLR and constantly complaining about the size and weight, this teeny camera is the best thing that ever happened to my travel photography. It takes great pictures, and I actually want to haul it around. Get this for that extra super special traveler in your life.

If you need even more gift ideas, see my travel-themed gift guide from 2014.

Which of these would you be excited to get or give? What travel-related gift would you add to the list?

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15 Places to Find Arts + Culture in Denver, Colorado

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Located near the Rocky Mountains, Denver, Colorado, is probably best known for its skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and mountain biking. While the gorgeous scenery is a major draw for visitors, the Mile High City also has some renowned museums and performing art centers that shouldn't be missed. 

While you're in Denver, make sure to plan some time away from the ski slopes and hiking trails, and expand your knowledge of Colorado arts and culture. 


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1. Cherokee Ranch and Castle
This protected wildlife sanctuary spans 3,400 acres and is established on two former homesteads. Stop by for a public tour on most Thursdays and Saturdays to explore Cherokee Castle and learn about how the foundation is protecting this incredible piece of land. 

2. Sie Film Center
Foreign and domestic, short films and full-length features: the Sie Film Center brings a little bit of everything to Denver. Showings are only $7 and there's free parking in the garage. Don't miss the center's film festival in November, where you can catch showings of over 250 films. 

3. Blake Street Vault
Now a restaurant and bar, the Blake Street Vault has an extensive history dating back to 1863: the property has served as a saloon, a liquor distribution center, cigar factory, machine shop, and a costume design shop. Take a private tour to see the secret basement vault and old tunnels, but beware: you might run into the resident ghost, Lydia!

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4. American Museum of Western Art
See the West through the eyes of artists over the last two centuries at this museum. The Anschutz Collection is housed in the beautiful Navarre Building, which dates to 1880. The Artful Insights program helps visitors learn more about a particular artist or movement: participating is a great way to deepen your art history knowledge quickly.

5. Denver Art Museum
One of the largest art collections in the Midwest, the Denver Art Museum offers collections in photography, pre-Colombian art, American Indian art, and more. From Claude Monet's Waterlilies to Winslow Homer's Two Figures by the Sea to Jim Green's Singing Sinks, there's enough here to capture your imagination for hours.

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6. Red Rocks Park and Ampitheatre
This open air venue has hosted performances for more than 100 years! Located 10 miles from Denver, Red Rocks is a beloved spot for musical performances, weddings, worship services, and races. Before visiting Denver, check the calendar to see what's on while you're visiting.

7. Black American West Museum
Learn how African Americans helped to define the West in the 1800s in this fascinating museum. It is housed in Dr. Justina Ford's home; Dr. Ford was Denver's only female doctor until the 1930s. Today, you can learn about her contributions, as well as those of the "Black Cowboys," teachers, miners, and soldiers. 

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8. Museum of Contemporary Art Denver
Founded in 1996, this museum is the only one in Denver solely dedicated to showcasing contemporary artwork. Explore the 27,000 foot space and discover the artists who are revolutionizing the current art world. 

9. Aurora History Museum
Take a look into the history of Aurora (located about half an hour outside of Denver) and the state of Colorado in this ever-changing museum. See collections of housewares, clothing, photographic equipment, and more, most of which was donated by Aurora residents.

10. First Friday Art Walks
Start your weekend off with some culture! Explore each of Denver's seven art districts (Art District on Sante Fe, Golden Triangle Museum District, River North Art District, Tennyson Street Cultural District, Block 7 Arts, Navajo Street Arts District, and South Pearl Street) on a guided walk. You'll get to sample some great food and drinks, listen to live music, and meet the artists behind the works. 

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11. Colorado Railroad Museum
Step inside the replica 1880s railroad station to learn about the past. You'll be able to see photographs from Colorado's past, explore a reconstructed telegraph office, and see miniatures of the state's rail history. The onsite roundhouse shows off the museum's collection of locomotives and the working turntable.

12. Cussler Museum
Author Clive Cussler has assembled a collection of over 100 vintage cars in this museum. Marvel over a 1929 Duesenberg, a 1931 Chrysler Imperial Limousine, and more. 

13. Adams Mystery Playhouse
Whodunit? You'll have the chance to find out every Friday and Saturday night at this fun dinner show. Located in a former mortuary, the playhouse has special holiday shows, as well as family-friendly events.

14. Colorado Music Festival
Each summer, this festival brings the best of classical music to the Mile High City. You'll find performances of both traditional classical music and interpretations of world music. 

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15. Colorado Shakespeare Festival
The third largest Shakespeare Festival in the U.S., this festival is presented by the drama department at Colorado University. Five plays are chosen for each season (which runs from June to August) and are performed in a beautiful outdoor setting. 

After experiencing all of these museums, sites, and performances, you'll need a comfortable, quiet place to rest. Check out the Hotel Teatro (my review here) or one of the many other incredible hotels in downtown Denver!

Have you visited Denver? What did you enjoy doing there?

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Odds + (Week) Ends: A Weekly Travel Round-up | Vol. 7

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Hi, Mariners!

I hope those of you who celebrated Halloween this past weekend has lots of fun. Britton, my two-year-old daughter, got to go trick-or-treating for the first time, and she was a huge fan. We'd been practicing saying "Trick or treat!" all week so she'd be ready for her big debut, and she went out and collected candy like a champ.

Also, Clemson University (my alma mater) won their game this week against NC State, so that made Halloween even sweeter (if you forgive the pun).

Now, on to my favorite fun travel links of this past week!

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If ever there was a reason to Stockholm, this is it. Known as the world's longest book table, this is what heaven looks like to me. The book tables stretch across 8 blocks (!!!) during the city's Kulturfest, and you could easily leave with an entirely new library of used books. Time to book my ticket for next year.

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This haunting sculpture is based on an Austrian novel by the same name, Ali and Nino. In the novel, the two lovers are caught up between two sides of a war; when they finally become a couple, Ali is killed, leaving Nino behind to forever mourn him. The two figures in the art piece revolve around one another, until 7 PM each evening, when they slide through one another: it's a missed opportunity every day at the same time.

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From London's Parliament building to Easter Island, these world famous landmarks are reinterpreted in awesome time-lapse photos. Photographer Richard Silver takes between 40 and 60 photos of the same object throughout the day. He then splices them together to create these mesmerizing pictures.

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Maybe it's because I'm still living in the afterglow of my recent trip to Germany and Luxembourg where we saw so many castles, but I can't resist sharing this great article about 21 awesome castles from around the world. Even if you're not into the whole fairytale thing (and I'm certainly not), castles still win every time in my book because of their charm, architecture and history.

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Do you want your own island getaway? If you've got some a lot of extra cash burning a hole in your pocket, you can grab one of these 8 private islands for sale. For what these are each going for, I can take a lot of tropical vacations, so I'll hold off of buying one for now.

How was your weekend? If you were in the Halloween spirit (ha!), what did you do?
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Did You Feel a Chill?: Favorite Haunted Places around the World

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On vacation, most kids collect postcards or sweatshirts. I collected (and still do!) books on local haunted spots. At seven, I visited my grandma in Myrtle Beach and found a copy of Nancy Rhyne's Coastal Ghosts--and an obsession was born.  My bookshelf now struggles under the weight of all of my ghost story books, but I'm still on the lookout for more!

Despite the fact that I may be the biggest chicken alive, I love the thrill of reading a ghost story or going on a ghost tour. There's so much history, intrigue, and underbelly-of-the-city activity wrapped up in all of them that keeps me going back for more.

Since Halloween is right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to round up a few of my favorite haunted spots and share them alongside some other bloggers' favorites.

Location: St. Francis Inn, St. Augustine, Florida


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As I was carrying my bags up to my room earlier this year, another guest greeted me in the hallway and said, "You know this place is haunted, right?" He then proceeded to tell me that during his last stay, he and his wife had listened to the sound of little girls laughing in the hallway outside their room all night.

Goodbye, good night's sleep!

I later found out that the St. Francis Inn is a hotbed of activity. One of the desk managers told us that she often sees things moving out of the corner of her eye, that televisions turn on without anyone being in the room, and something keeps opening and closing the doors of the washer and dryer.

Given that the inn has been in existence since 1791, it's no wonder that a few residents might have wanted to stick around the property. I may or may not have slept fitfully during my entire three night stay! It's tough to try and rest while you're simultaneously keeping an ear out for spirits.

Location: Old Sheldon Church, Yemassee, South Carolina

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This gorgeous shell of a church is hidden away off of Highway 17 between Charleston and Hilton Head, but it is well worth a quick detour. During the day, it's awe inspiring to walk between the large columns and imagine what the place looked like before it was burned.

At night, however, you might just run into one of the spirits that prowl this area. There's supposedly a woman who's looking for her baby: she's buried on the property in the small graveyard.

One of my sister's former co-workers, a normally unshakeable police officer, had a hobby of going out on paranormal investigations around Charleston. When he visited the Old Sheldon Church, he and his team distinctly heard a female voice wailing in the dark. The ruins aren't close to any other houses or buildings, so they weren't sure what they were hearing!

(For an easy day trip to this and two other spooky ruins in the South Carolina Lowcountry, check out this post.)

Location: Portland Underground, Oregon
Contributed by: Angie Golish, My So Called Chaos


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In it's heyday, the Portland Underground was a hotbed of horrors and illegal activity.  It was home to prostitutes, the homeless, and criminals-both on the run and in current crime. These catacombs became known as the Shanghai Tunnels due to the amount of shanghaiing that occurred at that time, which the law tried to combat by hanging signs encouraging sailors and individuals to call home.  The vast majority of sailors, ranch hands, hard-workers-and even children-were kidnapped, dragged through the tunnels, and sold to sea-captains to work on boats or be sold along the voyage.


These days, the tunnels are shut down, but you can purchase a tour and learn the history for yourself as you're led through the various abandoned rooms and vaults hiding beneath a very active city.  The host will tell you about the various ghosts that are said to haunt the tombs, which are still partially furnished and still contain some items that were left behind by prostitutes, thieves, and children that passed through. They even offer a reward for anyone who is able to capture a spirit on camera.  

Unfortunately we didn't see one first hand, but this tour was definitely worth it because the history is rich and the atmosphere is very eerie!


Location: Port Arthur, Tasmania, Australia
Contributed by: Shandos Cleaver, Travelnuity

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When I was in high school, I visited Port Arthur in Tasmania, Australia with my parents. Port Arthur is an old convict prison, where the worst-of-the-worst prisoners in Australia were sent. Now, I’ve never believed in ghosts (and am these days happy to take my dog to the local park at night, situated in an old cemetery), but it was different that bright summer day at Port Arthur…

I entered a room in one of the old, still-intact buildings and started to read the information plaque on the wall. But then I sensed something… I felt chilled, and was certain there was someone else in the room. I looked around the room, but there was no one there. And then I started to read about the supposed hauntings that had taken place in that very room over the years. I quickly hurried away to find my family, and quickly head back out into the bright sunshine outside.

Is it worth visiting? Yes, it’s a fascinating place, with beautiful old buildings, many just ruined shells. But I would advise you to stay away from the nighttime ghost tours!

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Location: Crescent Hotel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Contributed by: Kayla Miller, The Felicity Jar

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The Crescent Hotel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, is said to be the most haunted hotel in America. It got this way due to several deaths there over the course of its 100+ year existence, including the deaths of many cancer patients hoping to be healed when it served as Dr. Baker’s hoax hospital. 

The Crescent is nothing short of creepy, and the best part is that there are nightly tours of both the hotel and the extra disturbing morgue. We took the tour for the first time in 2014, and while it was full of interesting tales of the ghostly residents, it was also very history-heavy, which was great for my lovely companion, who is much less ghost story inclined than I am. 

Because the hotel is still in operation, you can do one better than the tour and stay in the hotel overnight. We were not brave enough to do this, but you can choose to stay in the rooms said to be most haunted if you’re up for it!  


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And just for kicks and giggles, you can also check out the scariest destinations in the world, as suggested by Travel Observers blog. 

Are you ready to visit all of these places? What haunted spots have you visited? Do you have any ghost tour recommendations?

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The Best of Bavaria and Beyond: Luxembourg and Germany Road Trip Itinerary

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Two weeks ago, I set off with my mom, dad, sister and daughter to discover the wonders that awaited on our Luxembourg and Germany road trip itinerary: over the next 11 days, we wound our way from Munich to Fussen to the Rhine Valley to Trier and, finally, Luxembourg City.

I've been home for four days now, and I'm still exhausted! I don't know if it's because we packed so much into our trip or because I'm not as young as I think I am, but I'm struggling to get back into our regular schedule.

Even with the tiredness, I wouldn't change anything about our Europe road trip for anything. If you haven't been to this area of the world, you absolutely must put it on your travel list immediately.

This is one of the best European road trips for getting samples of the different cultures that make up this area of the continent: you'll be able to figure out what you'd like to go back and see for longer on a later trip.

8 Must-Do Things to Do in Jamaica

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Sun, sand, and palm trees: beach holidays are one of my favorite ways to relax! When we decided to go on a cruise for our fifth anniversary, we wanted to go somewhere that had stunning natural surroundings. We ended up selecting a cruise through the Western Caribbean that stopped in Jamaica. 

Odds + (Week) Ends: A Weekly Travel Round-up | Vol. 6

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I'M BACK! Our trip to Germany was absolutely incredible, and I cannot wait to share it all with you. The weather didn't want to cooperate--it hovered around 40˚ F during the entire trip and was horribly foggy--but we still saw some amazing sights. I'm also happy to report that my 2-year-old made it through 5 different flights with only one (very short lived) melt down. Go me!



I hope you enjoyed my guest posters while I was gone. I thought they did an amazing job sharing everything from hidden spots in Italy to how to save money at Disney World. :)

Since it's Monday, it's time for another Odds + Weekends round-up!

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We'll kick off with a Germany-related post because I just can't give up my trip just yet. (I mean, my watch is still set to Munich time!) One thing that fascinated me about Germany was how much recent history has occurred from major battles of World War II to the Cold War. This great post over by Europe Diaries helps you imagine what it was like living in a divided Berlin during the Cold War.

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When I came across this post, I didn't know whether to laugh or immediately sign up for one of these tours. The submarine scooter is an inventive (if slightly strange!) way to see the wonders of the ocean. It definitely beats swimming! Would you try this out?

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While scuba diving, kayaking, boating, and snorkeling, I've come across some incredible wildlife from nurse sharks to eels to dolphins. One animal I've never seen in the wild is a whale, and I think whale watching would be an incredible experience! Local Adventurer has an awesome guide to whale watching in U.S. that's a must-read for anyone trying to catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures.

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This is so strange (and perfect for Halloween week). This church in Prague is decorated with nothing but human bones. I'd like to visit just because I like weird places, but seeing all of those skeletons would be unnerving.

How was your weekend? Share what you've been up to with me!
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