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10
Feb
Los Angeles Airport LAX Sign

The best time to fly from Australia to the USA

According to recent statistics, Australian’s have been taking to the skies in record numbers over the past few years. Scores of aircraft cross the Pacific daily, filled with tourists and business travellers alike, making Australia to U.S. routes some of the top international markets for air travel. So when is the cheapest time to fly to the U.S.A. from Australia?

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26
Dec
View from aircraft window

Which airlines fly between the US and Australia?

There are currently seven airlines that fly between the US and Australia from Los Angeles alone. With multiple daily non-stop services, the competition has never been hotter, and for passengers, it’s never been a cheaper time to travel.

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18
Oct
Honky Tonk Central - Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville’s Honky Tonk & Country Music Bars

Known as the country music capital of the world, Nashville is famed for producing many of the world’s best known, and loved, country and rock music stars. And there is no escaping music from this charming southern city.

Even arriving at Nashville’s International Airport, you are often greeted by local singers and songwriters most hours of the day. Nashville’s most famed honky-tonk bar, Tootsie’s, has two locations within the airport alone with live music and cold beer all day long.

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16
Oct

British Airways 787 Premium Economy review – Nashville to London

In the last several years, British Airways (BA) has embarked on a North American expansion, made possible, in part, because of their fleet of economical 787 Dreamliners.

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29
Sep
WTC memorial museum sign

9/11 World Trade Center Memorial & Museum Review – New York City

Often a day in history is remembered for many reasons. It may be a wedding, birthday or a significant milestone that was achieved. Other times we remember where we were on days of tragedy. There are certain world events that etch themselves into one’s mind and history books forever and September 11, 2001 was no exception. Many lives were affected by the horrific events that day in New York. In just a few short hours thousands of people lost their lives and millions of people from around the world were affected when one of the world’s great tragedies unfolded before our eyes.
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17
Sep
Statue of Liberty New York

Best ways to view the Statue of Liberty – New York City

“She has style, she has grace, she is Miss United States”. An apt line for the robed lady who has been welcoming visitors to American shores since 1886.

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24
Apr
Golden Gate Bridge - San Francisco

5 Famous American Bridges

America boasts some of the most famous and understated bridges in the world today. Here we review 5 of the most famous and historic. Travel throughout certain regions and you will drive over bridges dating back to the 1800’s.
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11
Apr
Denver, Colorado Mountains

6 Free Things To Do In Denver

Stretching along the eastern side of the mighty Rocky Mountains, the city of Denver embraces its old Western charm of yesteryear and beckons adventure travellers and beer enthusiasts from all corners of the world.

With more than 300-days of sunshine per year, Denver combines the outdoors and arts in attractions and museums that line the leafy city streets and outer regions. And the best part? Many of these are completely free.

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28
Mar
New York City skyline from the air, landing at LaGuardia Airport. Image: Jason Dutton-Smith

Top 10 Things To Do In New York City

Which is the most visited city in the United States? OK, that was easy. But with over 30 million visitors per year, all keen to take their own bite of the big apple, this city has countless super-star attractions.

From famous movie scenes and instantly recognised landmarks, to restaurants and foods known the world over, it’s easy to get lost in this metropolis of paradoxes and delight. Here are ten of my favourite places to visit in New York City.

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1
Aug

Our Top Tips For The Ultimate Day At Disney

Engrained in my childhood memories are countless magical scenes and colourful Disney characters, bought to life every Saturday morning in our family living room and on the big screen. What child hasn’t dreamt of hugging Mickey Mouse on a visit to the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’.

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19
May
Central Wisconsin Airport Check-in Area. Image courtesy: CWA

Central Wisconsin Airport Set to Unveil New Terminal

Some good news in the regional aviation sector with the completion of the 5 year, $38 million project to renovate and expand Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA).

Serving the Wausau / Stevens Point region, the airport will host a ‘Grand Re-Opening’ and ribbon cutting ceremony on June 9, 2016 for the official unveiling of its stylish new terminal.

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9
Jan

Our Most Viewed Stories For 2015

Last year was a big year of travel for us. Each year we seem to have the same new years resolution though. Which is more travel of course! And the planning has already kicked in for 2016. We have loved sharing just a small sample of our travels on our blog with you and here are the top fifteen most read stories for 2015.

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25
Dec

Merry Christmas 2015

From our family to yours, Merry Christmas and happy holidays. Thanks for your support this year and here is to a happy and prosperous 2016. Best wishes, Jason and Todd.

2
Nov

Anticipation Builds For Upcoming American Airlines Sydney Service

Next month marks the debut of American Airlines’ service Down Under.

The inaugural flight from Sydney to Los Angeles is set to take-off on 19 December and will be operated by the airline’s brand new Boeing 777-300ER, an aircraft that American has decked out in a stylish three class layout.

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9
Sep
GoCar San Francisco

Not Much Wiggle Room – GoCar San Francisco

You don’t have to be a Wiggle to drive a little yellow car around San Francisco. Just beware of those cable cars, warns Brian Crisp from Chronicles of Brian.

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