An Art Lover’s Guide to Washington D.C.

One of the things I love most about our nation’s capitol is the wide array of activities to suit everyone’s interests. At work, our donors were incredibly skeptical about taking a curated trip to Washington D.C. that would satisfy their love for art and for our school. However, D.C. has a rich artistic heritage and there is amazing work being done that will be half the cost you would pay to go to New York or Chicago and have the same experiences.

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A Walking Tour of Brussels: The Highlights in One Afternoon

Wise travelers know it’s not all about the destination. The journey is just as important. Halfway between Paris and Amsterdam lies Brussels, Belgium, an often overlooked little city perfect for an afternoon stroll. If you ever find yourself passing through, be sure to stop and take a walking tour of Brussels.

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The Best World War II Novels of the Last Decade

One of my favorite ways genres to read is historical fiction. I love being immersed into a different time period and leaving my present-day cares behind. Of all the historical periods, I would have to say that World War II novels are my favorite ones to read.  In the last decade, some great World Ward II novels have been published. I feel like I’ve read them all, though I’m sure I’ve missed a few.

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