Rather than make my own list, check out this one by T+L! It includes one book for each state plus Washington D.C. The only one I might possibly change is for my home state of Florida, we had to read The Yearling. I would recommend that. Otherwise, you can't go wrong with these classics!!
Check out my post on what I learned in my recent travels to Europe. And stay tuned for a more generic post on how travel can be educational (and more fun than school!)
Good advice on budget travel for everyone!
This is an interesting article...
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Some of my personal 'go to' resources for travel planning...
Here's a blog that I've been finding a lot of good information on lately. I've always found it very useful for packing tips, in my ever long quest to minimize my packing!
I've found this article particularly helpful:
My company pays for my flights when I travel for work, so it wasn't until I started travelling in between my contracts that I realized how expensive those flights can be, especially when you have to be there on a specific day. So I started shopping around for the cheapest flights I could find, and... Continue Reading →