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SavvySr
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Feb 15, 2021
In Share Your Dream
2021 marks the 40th anniversary of The Great Reno Balloon Race, and by September, we will hopefully be back to our "new normal." This is the world's largest free hot-air ballooning event, with over 100 balloons expected to participate this year. Despite living within easy driving distance, I've never been, which seems like a great event to do as a group. So if you are interested in joining me this September for one or more days of this year's event, respond below, and let's discuss the options!
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SavvySr
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Feb 14, 2021
In Travel News & Deals
From Travel Pulse Traveling to a different country can always be a risk, especially now with a global pandemic. While Mexico has long been a favorite country for Americans to travel to, some places are safer than others, in terms of both crime and the pandemic. Much of the country is under federal warnings to reconsider travel, but there are a few places where, with extra precautions in place, one can travel to, provided you have tested negative for COVID-19 prior to arrival. Mexico does not require a negative COVID-19 test to enter but it's still important to get tested if you're going. It's also important to note that staying at a resort property adds an extra layer of security due to their enhanced health and safety protocols. That's why going to some of the most popular tourist destinations, like the Riviera Maya or Los Cabos, will be your safest bet this year. Click through to see the safest places to visit in Mexico, and as always, make sure to follow proper guidelines and check out the U.S. Department of State's travel advisory page. To see their full list go to https://www.travelpulse.com/gallery/destinations/mexico-travel-restrictions-the-safest-destinations-to-visit-in-mexico-right-now.html?image=1
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SavvySr
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Feb 14, 2021
In United States
Located in Arizona, the Grand Canyon is a mile (1.6 km) deep and up to 18 miles (29 km) wide. Layered with bands of colorful rock, it reveals millions of years of geologic history on a scale no picture can fully capture. Watching the sunrise or sunset over the canyon is magical and not to be missed. The National Park Service offers an excellent overview of the park, and Travel + Leisure has a helpful summary of when to visit and some of the attractions outside of the park. Amtrak has many vacation packages from all over the country if you are looking for a different vacation experience.
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