The Educated Traveler: Empower Yourself to Save Your Vacation
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For many of us, opportunities to travel are few and far between. In the USA, the average worker earns only ten vacation days a year, which means every moment spent away from work has to count. Adam and … Read More

A Day in Pennsylvania’s Amish Country
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It took Adam and I about three hours to make the drive from our home in the Washington, DC area to Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. A three-hour drive is just short enough that we don’t usually break up the … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Kentucky Bourbon and the Bourbon Trail
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When you think of Kentucky, chances are you’ll first think of its famous derby, affectionately known as the Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Once the lightning fast horses gallop through your mind—and you have perhaps then thought about … Read More

The World in a Day: Washington, DC’s Around the World Embassy Tour
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One of the best parts of living in Washington, DC is that it is truly an international city. Home to more than 175 embassies, we’ve walked or driven by many of them over the years; many of them … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Iconic American Food
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Caution: this blog post might make your stomach growl a little louder than usual! Food is a major part of travel. At a minimum, it gives you the energy you need as you tackle long days and packed … Read More

50 Things To Do In Boston, Massachusetts
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Most of my childhood was spent in the suburbs of Boston. Often I took my proximity to the city and its culture for granted; I realize now not everyone has front row seats to where some of the … Read More

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

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