Couples Share Travel Advice: Zac and Virginia

Our goal is for travelers to experience more of the world, in a financially and environmentally sustainable way. Welcome to a new series we’re planning to feature monthly called Couples Share Travel Advice. I asked Zac and his wife Virginia, from TravelFreely, seven questions on travel and their relationship. Their website focuses on how travelers…

10 Great Things to Do in Washington, DC

By Alex Kallimanis: Washington, DC might be a particularly polarizing place at the moment, but it’s still a fantastic city to visit. The Smithsonian is the world’s largest collection of free museums and the city also has an impressive and diverse culinary scene. The predominantly neoclassical architecture of DC means it bears some resemblance to…

8 Travels Hacks to Get More For Less

By Alex Kallimanis: Traveling is fun, enlightening and inspiring. But it can also be a little uncomfortable at times, especially for people traveling on a budget. We aim for our readers to get the best bang for their buck, because everyone loves a great deal. These are some of our top travel hacks to keep…

Prospect Hill Plantation Inn, a Historic Virginia B&B

While we’re fairly new residents of Washington, DC, we’re well accustomed to the city grind. And like many city dwellers, we appreciate a relaxing break to the countryside. Two and a half hours south of Washington, DC, is the lovely and historic town of Charlottesville, where among other things, Thomas Jefferson founded the University of…

The Benefits of Taking Time Off to Travel

By Alex Kallimanis: We originally met at the Bauhaus youth hostel in Brugge, Belgium in 2002, while backpacking solo after college. Bell had just finished a bachelor’s degree in Melbourne, Australia and I had just completed a bachelor’s in history in Orlando, Florida. Fast forward 16 years, and we’re about to celebrate our 13 year…