Toronto Fun Facts Toronto Canada

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Toronto, Canada is the capital of the province of Ontario and is by far its largest city in both size and population. It is home to 25% of Canada’s total population. Toronto was first inhabited by European Settlers in the 1500’s. At the time Toronto and its surrounding area was merely a vast area of only trees and water.

Today, Toronto is a modern city both culturally and economically. Each of Canada’s main financial institutions has its international headquarters located in Toronto and several US car manufacturers have their Canadian headquarters in Toronto or in nearby Mississauga, Canada. There are many things about Toronto that may surprise visitors. From its citizens to its natural beauty it is truly a city of much splendor. Here are just a few things that make Toronto one of the most unique and welcoming cities in the world:

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7 Best Places to Eat When You’re in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has an impressive dining scene and if you’re a food lover, prowling the streets to get yourself some of the best of the best here, we’ve got you covered. You’ll find everything from sandwiches with fries spilling out of it to birthday cake ice-cream, and more! Keep reading to discover 7 best of the best places to eat in Pittsburgh.

Duncan Street Sandwich Shop

Duncan Street Sandwich Shop has been well known for its inventive menu, but that’s not the only reason to get yourself here. The small menu serves some delicious sandwiches that have some complex flavors that you absolutely need to taste. The salads change daily, and most of them are great. What’s best about the menu is the sides- especially the Turkey Soup!


Want to indulge yourself but still not spend more than $10 on your dinner? Noodlehead is the place to be. Noodlehead has literally NO dishes over the modest price of $9 and is complete with a nice menu of some heartwarming noodle options to pick from. The sides are super delicious too, and when you’re here, you can totally pig out without burning a hole in your wallet.

Driftwood Oven

Driftwood Oven was originally a mobile pizza place, and since its conception in 2015, it has been serving the freshest and the most delicious pizzas ever in Pittsburgh. The dough for the pizzas is hand mixed and packs in an organic mix of flours with sourdough culture, turning out to be one of the best pizza bases there is!


Burgatory serves thick and juicy burgers and some insanely thick and creamy milkshakes, and getting yourself here to give them a try when you’re in Pittsburgh is an absolute mandate. For all those vegans out there, there’s also an ‘Impossible Burger’ that is crafted completely using plant based ingredients, and it supposedly tastes mind blowing, to say the least. Read more

7 Best Mexican Restaurants in Phoenix

Step into Phoenix, and you’ll find Mexican food dominating your food experience here, and while that’s not a bad thing at all, being so spoilt for choice can definitely make things a tad bit difficult when it comes to picking the right place to dine.

So here’s some help your way with that. Keep reading to discover the 7 best Mexican restaurants you need to visit when you’re here.

Barrio Cafe
Barrio Cafe has been delivering authentic Mexican food for the last 12 years now, and a quick look at the menu will have all your preconceptions about the cuisine out the door. There’s so much more than just tacos and tamales here- you’ll find roasted poblano stuffed with chicken, pan seared fish and much more.

Joyride Taco House
If you’re looking to grab a mid-day taco in Phoenix, Joyride Taco House is the place to be. While this place is relatively new, the food that they offer still has its roots deep into the Mexican cuisine. One of the best items on their menu is the crispy fish tacos- they’re insanely delicious and you’ll surely come back for more. Read more

How to Sell Your Home and Travel the World

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How to Sell Your Home and Travel the World

It’s tempting.  Put your Atlanta home for sale, unload all your belongings, quit your job, load a backpack, and explore the world. Plenty of people are doing it. Some near the beginning of their careers with fewer belongings to leave behind, but there are others too—all the way from families with small children to retirees.

Don’t Rush

So if living the nomadic life is something you are seriously considering, the people who’ve already taken that step to say—don’t rush. It takes some planning on your part. One world traveler says he began the process more than a year ahead.

Center Your Mind

Everyone agrees that to start you need to get your mind centered on the idea of letting go of objects in favor of the experiences you’ll gain. That recumbent exercise bike that’s served as a coat hanger could turn into a lovely meal in Vienna overlooking the Danube.

Before you sell your home, give serious thought to how long you realistically believe your travel bug will last. That may factor into exactly how many of your possessions you wish to sell or store. Once you’ve figured that out, you need to sort through everything. Read more

Best Places to Visit in Texas

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Today post is about the Best Places to Visit in Texas.  If I have not told you, I used to live in Austin Texas for a few months.  Then I moved to Houston Texas because I bought a house there.  I must say Texas is pretty and there are so many places that you can visit.  They have great food, and a lot of entertainment, such as food trip, adventures with the family and so on. On this post, I’ll be sharing you this guest post that was submitted to me by one of my readers.

So I hope that as you read this post will make a plan a trip to Texas.  Or if you already planning to visit Texas make sure that you visit some of these places I have listed here.  Most of these places I’ve visited already, and it was a lot of fun.  Let’s get started every one.

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Texas is a massive state. In fact, it’s bigger than the majority of independent countries in the world. This leaves lots of room for all kinds of family-friendly activities. Whether you’re looking for a cool history lesson, a place that the kids will love, a spot to admire the great outdoors, or somewhere with all of the above, Texas has it all. Here are the best places to visit in the state of Texas. Read more

Georgia Vacation Destinations

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Georgia, located in the southeastern United States, has diverse geography and landscapes. Within its borders, Atlantic beaches, barrier islands, mountains, large lakes, rivers, and big cities can be found. One of the original thirteen colonies, the state is also rich in history. The peach state offers a wide variety of vacation destinations, perfect for a weekend getaway, a day trip, or week-long respite.


This small town is located in the mountains, literally a stone’s throw away from the North Carolina border. The scenery is magnificent, with row upon row of blue mountains, green forests, and tiny farms tucked in fertile valleys. The downtown area is lined with shops that sell local crafts, specialty items, antiques, Christmas ornaments and decorations, and homemade jams, jellies, syrups, pickles, and relishes. Read more