Tag: travel

How Students Can Visit Most Expensive Countries?

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UNITED STATES—The world is an exciting place for a young person. There are wonderful museums, towering castles, and beautiful fjords. Unfortunately, traveling requires a...

Abu Dhabi A Place Worth Visiting!

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ABU DHABI—Put on your fancy dress for your visit. Locals mostly wear robes that are cultural and/or religious.  You can never tell what’s underneath....

Travel Hacks For Solo Travelling

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UNITED STATES—Ever traveled alone? It seems absurd to some people, but it is fun when you make it. You might be wondering why the...

I’ve Never Seen The North Star

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UNITED STATES—Sometimes it’s a casual statement that jerks you’re head up.  “..never seen the North Star..” wow.  I’ve been cruising the Equator for a...

Living In Paris

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PARIS, FRANCE—Moving to a new city or state can we very intimidating, but moving to a new country can have you feeling a whirlwind...

Up Close With Boston

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BOSTON, MA—I grew up in Dorchester, an urban neighborhood in Boston, Massachusetts. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to watch the city grow...

Up Close With Miami

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MIAMI, FL—Having grown up in a small urban town in West Texas a majority of my life, I had no idea what to expect...

Almond Joy

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UNITED STATES—“Just trying to help you guys,” Reed retorted to the manager who had squirreled him into a kitchen that from the looks of...

Purple Line Metro Extension Making Progress

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BEVERLY HILLS/WESTWOOD—Progress is being made to the LA Metro Purple Line Metro Extension which will provide a quicker ride from Downtown Los Angeles to...

Nutty

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UNITED STATES—"What are you doing?" Bridget asked Reed high in the mid-century moderne that offered stunning views of the city. The views and the minimalistic furniture...

Set In Our Nutty Ways

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UNITED STATES—Reed Parker got hold of a mystery a few years ago on one of his trips. As a lawyer who ascertained the ownership...

New Media

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UNITED STATES—There they are again with that rustling, crackling energy on the streets. They travel in packs, little islands of smugness among us old...

Uber Plans To Bring Flying Cars To Los Angeles By 2020

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LOS ANGELES—Uber’s head of product development Jeff Holden announced on Wednesday, November 8 that it would be adding Los Angeles to the list of...

Elon Musk Tweets Image Of “Boring Company” Developments

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LOS ANGELES—Billionaire and tech magnate Elon Musk publicly released the first image of The Boring Company’s latest project on Saturday, October 28. Musk posted the...

John Steinbeck Schlepped Here

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UNITED STATES—Anybody who can take a cross-country trip with a dog and write a book has my respects. Mine is barely learning to let...

Construction On New $1.6 Billion LAX Terminal Begins

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LOS ANGELES—On Monday, February 27, construction for a new $1.6 billion terminal began at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) commenced. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and...

First Commercial Flights Begin From LAX To Havana

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LOS ANGELES—Alaskan Airlines flew its initial commercial flight to Havana, Cuba on Thursday, January 5 for the first time in decades. The inaugural flight departed from Los...

New Bike-Counter Looking To Promote Cycling

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica has installed a real-time bike-counter on Main Street to keep track of how many people get around the...

Up Close With San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO—Throughout my UCLA undergraduate career, I heard a lot about the city by the bay. Classmates and parents chimed in about its wonders. Intrigued,...

Up Close With Las Vegas

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LAS VEGAS, NV—I only can stay in Las Vegas for 72 hours. A minute beyond that sweet spot and my experience sours. I'm just...
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