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45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta

45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta www.worldofawanderer.com

Whether you are a local of Atlanta or a visitor, there is plenty of fun to be had in this city, and you can do so without breaking the bank. Here's a list of 45 Free & Cheap Things to Do in Atlanta. Pin it. Bookmark it. Save it. Share it!  1. Monday Night Brewing [caption id="attachment_3201" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Source: Flickr via Quinn Dombrowski[/caption]Like their slogan says, "Weekends are overrated." Who says you can't have fun on a Monday? Head to Monday Night Brewing where for $10 you can get souvenir glass and (6) 6-oz samples of beer. 2. Art...

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6 Reasons to Visit Disney’s Pandora – The World of Avatar

6 Reasons to Visit Disney's Pandora - The World of Avatar

When I found out that my 3-day conference trip to #BlogHer17 had turned into an all out 7-day mini-vacay, all I wanted to to do was visit the brand spanking new Disney park, Pandora - The World of Avatar. I LOVE the movie Avatar. I mean, really REALLY love it. Like, went to the theater to see it twice when it was first released, and watches it every single time it comes on, love it. Before even going to the park, I'd already deemed myself an honorary member of the Na'Vi tribe. Don't judge me.So...

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A Weekend Guide to Richmond, Virginia

Located on the banks of the James River, Richmond, Virginia, provides a perfect destination to escape the hustle and bustle of the week. This is a city that offers something for everyone. Whether you're looking for adventure, art, history, or incredible dining options, you can find it all here. In this post I'll share a quick weekend guide to Richmond, Virginia. Where to StayImage via Flickr by ehpien The Quirk Hotel is perfect for a weekend getaway to Richmond. Located in the heart of downtown Richmond's art and design district, it's a great base for exploring all the city...

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How to Pack Wine Safely in Your Luggage

Five years ago (2012), while in Madrid, I bought a bottle of random wine as a gift for my grandmother, back in the U.S. She declared it was the best wine she'd ever had; although, of course, she didn't remember the name or any other details about said wine. Throughout the years I'd hop from one incredible country to the next, none of which she was overly excited about. Her only concern was when I would be going back to Spain so I could bring her back that particular wine. Even during my time in Korea...

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Where to Stay in Mallorca, Spain: Astoria Playa Adults-Only Hotel

Where to Stay in Mallorca, Spain: Astoria Playa Adults-Only Hotel

With my birthday right around the corner, I had no idea how I was going to celebrate. All I knew that somewhere amid that celebration lots of sunshine, beach, and "me" time would be involved. I'd considered the Spanish islands, Tenerife or Gran Canaria perhaps, but when the opportunity came along to partner with Activity Fan in Mallorca, the choice was made for me. Mallorca it was. I'd heard nothing but incredible things about this place, and it was on my list of places to visit, so that made it all the more better. However,...

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Best Kitesurfing in Mallorca, Spain

Best Kitesurfing in Mallorca, Spain

Until recently, I knew next to nothing about kitesurfing. I knew it looked amazingly fun, seeing people on their boards, catching waves and whirling and twirling in the air. However, I also knew, it scared the beejeebees out of me. I could just see myself crashing face forward, then being drug, and flipped and flopped all across the water. No thanks. However, when I got the chance to collaborate with Watersports Mallorca Surf School (via Activity Fan) for some epic watersport adventures in Mallorca, Spain, I gave it a second thought. I still wasn't completely sold on the...

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How I Paid Only $23 for a 7-Day Trip to Orlando

There is a wide assumption that traveling is expensive. I'm not going to lie, it can be; however, it doesn't have to be. For me, I've adopted the mindset of "travel smarter, not harder (on my purse strings); because here's the thing, I'm currently a teacher. Teaching in Spain. Which means, I'm not exactly rolling in dough or making it rain Euros. Far from it, my friends. So, I have to come up with ways that allows me to still live this life of travel that I love. It's an absolute priority for me. I mean,...

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