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Vancouver, BC

Vancouver is one of my best friends’ favorite city of all time. I ended up staying at the hostel at Jericho Beach which was kinda phenomenal. The front desk guy was uber attractive and I spent countless hours flirting with

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Columbus, OH

The Ohio State Capitol was nice to walk through. There was a whole museum within the capitol which was nice. The structure was built in 1861 and uses Greek Revival architecture style. It was actually really cool to walk through

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New York City, NY

NEW YORK CITY!!!! The first city in my travels that I would actually consider moving to. So much to do, so much to see, and a plethora of excitement. It was all sorts of amazingness and there is still so

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Richmond, VA

I unfortunately didn’t have to much time to stop in Richmond, but the capitol there was fun to peruse! The building was architected by Thomas Jefferson which is super cool. They didn’t have the original mace given to them by

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Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe was the first city I fell in love with. Although the suburbs had much to be desired, the downtown area was amazing. I fell in love almost immediately! The first thing I did was go to Loretto Chapel

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