Revisiting Travel Memories in Tarpon Springs, Florida
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When I was in college, I spent my spring breaks visiting my family in Florida. The warmth of the Sunshine State did wonders for me as both a brief respite from the freezing winters of Pittsburgh and an … Read More

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Cold War Bunker Tour at the Greenbrier
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“I hope you’re ready for a relaxing vacation,” our tour guide said with a grin as he swiped his badge, unlocking a heavy door. “Welcome to the Greek Islands!” As the door swung open, we weren’t facing a … Read More

2016 Travel Year In Review
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2016 was another exciting year of travel for us at Road Unraveled! We’re actually writing this post from our hotel in Portugal, so this also marks the third consecutive year of welcoming the new year in another country. … Read More

Christmas in Washington, DC: Holiday Traditions and Festivities
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The holiday season is a truly magical time. From the hustle and bustle of shoppers searching for the perfect gifts to the bright lights and classic music, Adam and I absolutely love this time of year. We have … Read More

Destination Guide: Virginia Beach
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Since moving to Virginia in 2004, I have spent many weekends in the Virginia Beach area exploring the southeastern part of the state. The region is also known as “the tidewater,” a term that refers to the Hampton … Read More

Make Mine Virginia Wine: 14 Wineries to Visit in the Old Dominion
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Winery visits seem to weave their way into almost every trip we take, but some of our favorites are in our own backyard. We live in the outskirts of Virginia wine country, which means when we aren’t on … Read More

Thinking of Living Abroad? Consider 5 of Our Favorite Countries
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The USA is famous—infamous, maybe—for dramatic elections. It’s quite common for dissatisfied people to threaten to leave the country because their candidate of choice wasn’t elected. As I write this, the day after the 2016 elections, it is … Read More

7 American Civil War Battlefields Near Washington, DC
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Stephanie and I have always had an interest in history. Although we both grew up in different parts of the United States, one of the things we love most about living in the Washington, DC area is that … Read More

New Mexico’s Singing Road on Route 66
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Everyone knows the famous Route 66; it’s an iconic piece of Americana that attracts tourists from around the globe. However, did you know there is a stretch of Route 66 in New Mexico that plays the song “America … Read More

Visiting the National Cherry Blossom Festival in DC
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Every year, Washington, DC celebrates the arrival of spring with the National Cherry Blossom Festival. The event spans four weekends and includes the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival, the National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade, the Blossom Kite Festival on … Read More

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