You might be a travel junkie who has visited many countries or just a tourist from parts of the world unknown. But if it’s your first time in Chicago, down below are some of the tips you want to keep in mind that will not only save you an ample amount of money but will promise to make the best of your days at the city of class.
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The men in the tux. The ladies in style. Nothing else could make it any more guile. I was muddled in my own thoughts as I went to the balcony to have one last look of one of the architecturally richest cities in the world.
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“…Tonight, so bright. And you know you’re never sure, but you’re sure you could be right…”, I mumbled as I was welcomed to this inspiring city by its well-known skylines and methodized jams.
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“It’s not only fine feathers that make fine birds”, said Aesop.
Closely packed in the Smokies, rests a lovely place. A place with birds. Birds so lovely. Lovely their ethos.
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Ever woken up to the charming sounds of a whopping river, cascading a few feet down away from the glass doors of your cottage, which is remarkably closer to the fireplace? And even before you know it, you can feel your deep-seated gut jolting you to caper out there and go fishing or simply embrace the purity of the air encompassing you. If your answer is ‘No’, you need to pack your bags and speed away to The Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. If you say ‘Yes’, you need to head there anyway.
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For those of you who cannot link your memory to Gatlinburg, it is an artistic (both fabricated and naturally built) city in the state of Tennessee. Gatlinburg swallows a broad bite of The Great Smoky Mountains, by virtue of which it is known. As one of the most commercialized cities in and around, it fails not to attract tourists like a flower attracting bees, in this Great Smokies National Park.
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How would you like jaunting in a town of neat streets dyed by hundreds of bright tulips diluting your pupils with its allure, along with some Dutch folks whisking hither and yon with their traditional costumes on? If you thirst for the delicacy of cultures, beliefs and customs of certain clans and identify yourself as a hopeless lover of flowers like a poet from the 50s, Holland, during the Tulip Festival, is your terminus. Oh mind you, it is the beautiful small town, Holland of Michigan I’ll be talking of and not the one in Netherlands!
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“Welcome to Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Detroit. The local time is 3:30 PM. The temperature is 23 degrees”. I was a maiden to the land that the plane I was on swooped me to. Needless to say, I was glad that the lack of buoyancy during the flight all the way from India was compensated by my promising foretaste of events for the summer . Two nights had dawned on me, befriending jetlag, before I could zip up and manoeuvre around the neighbouring cities.
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