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Some Beautiful Places You Can Travel Without A Visa If You Have A US passport

It has become a myth by now that the American passport is one of the strongest passports in the world if not the strongest. The enormous strength of the passport can be judged by the fact that you are allowed to travel to some 160 countries without a visa if you are a holder of the US passport. Through this discourse, we would try to figure out certain beautiful travel destinations where you can travel without a visa only if you possess an American passport.

How to Pack Light for Business Travel: Wardrobe Tips for Men

Packing for business travel takes some practice. If you choose to pack too much you can find yourself inconveniently travelling with heavy baggage and paying additional costs for handling. If you pack too lightly, you can easily find yourself undressed and stressed on your business trip, or possibly making an expensive side trip to a local retail store to augment your wardrobe.

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Top 5 Places Must Not Miss For Christmas Celebrations In USA

Christmas holidays are considered best time of the year by most people around the world. During this time, people engage in different celebratory activities ranging from singing, sending gift cards and enjoying different delicacies.

4 Great North American Travel Destinations for 2015

With the United States having 50 states to visit, big cities like New York City, Las Vegas, Chicago and Orlando are often the go-to choices. Yet some of the best destinations are those off the beaten path and not packed with thousands of other tourists.

Looking at Travel Destinations: the United States

  • America still exerts a call on the Western psyche. We’ve never quite gotten over the fact that (barring all the massacring of native residents and keeping of slaves) it is essentially a two century and counting experiment in the genuine freedom of the individual. We have also never gotten over the fact that its media have pervaded our ears and eyes for more than 60 years. Ever since the radiogram became a fixture in every home, and Alistair Cooke started his Letter from America, we were hooked.
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Alice's Story of the Hurricane Aftermath

3-14-06
Alice just got appointed to the Board of Operations at Emergency Communities. We are very proud of her.
I am posting a few new pictures that I took on my visit to St. Bernards Parish in January. This was a very enlightning visit. Quick, but I got to see the area and meet some of the residence who have weathered the hurricane and to hear their stories. I am heartened by the human spirit. -Dianne