A somber visit to Camp Amache, one of the World War II-era Japanese internment camps.
The first thing you see in Gouda isn’t a surprise—it’s cheese. It hangs above the streets and floats in the canals. And, Thursday mornings, it’s neatly stacked in the middle of the town square for the Gouda Cheese Market.
We’re Laura and Lance. We met in New York City, moved to Philadelphia, and ultimately got married on a beach in the Bahamas.
We seek out interesting, unique, and fun destinations for authentic adventures. Because our time is limited, we focus on convenience and packing in as much as possible on our trips (just take a look at our itineraries). Do we miss a few things? Sure. But we see a lot more than we ever dreamed we could. And it’s always good to leave something for the next trip!
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Despite its proximity to the big cities of Austin and San Antonio, Fredericksburg, is popular because it has a small town feel while having so many things to see and do. From wine tasting to taking in the local history, you’ll never be bored in Fredericksburg.
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