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What You Could Get in Omaha for $10 – What’s There to See in the Biggest City of Nebraska

After covering Islamorada last week, today we will remain in the United States of America to cover another city in another state. And this time, we’re going to aim to the state of Nebraska.

As some of you probably know, I know nothing much about travel destinations in America. However, thanks to the knowledge gained from Hollywood University, I suppose I could get some American jokes, antics, and stereotypes. And when it comes to Omaha, Nebraska… One thing that I remember about it is that it’s the hometown of Penny from The Big Bang Theory.

Other than that, based on some jokes I heard on the TV show… I suppose Omaha is not that popular as a travel destination in America. Let alone for foreigners who might aim for big cities like New York or Washington D.C, it seems like even people in America rarely has Omaha on their bucket list.

But if you’re a traveler like me who prefers to go to some off-the-beaten places, then maybe you should consider Omaha next time. Thanks to SJ of The Prosperous Blonde who will cover the city on our $10 series today! 🙂

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What You Could Get in Islamorada for $10 – Feeding Tarpon and Beyond!

It has been a while since the last time we covered the last city in the United States, Houston. Today, we’re going back to the States, particularly in Florida to see how far you could get around one of the places there.

Thanks to Vicky from Real Travels With V, this week we’re going to talk about what you could do in Islamorada for $10. Also, did you know that the name Islamorada means “Purple Island” as the name came early from back when the Spanish explorers came to the area?

What could you get there within the budget? Go check this one out! 😉

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Everything is Bigger in Texas

Everything is bigger in Texas. Or, at least, that’s what they say.

Texans refuse to be outdone in just about anything. In fact, even Austin’s Capitol Dome is seven feet taller than the Capitol in Washington, D.C., and LaPorte’s obelisk-shaped San Jacinto Monument is a whopping 12 feet taller than D.C.’s Washington Monument. 

Texas is a dynamic state bursting at the seams with vastly diverse cities… which are also bursting at the seams with hundreds of thousands of new residents moving into them each year.

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Enjoy the Best Day Tours in Seattle, Washington

Seattle, Washington is one of the biggest cities in the United States and has the largest population in the Pacific Northwest Region of North America with 755,745 people.

The Metropolitan Area of Seattle is the 15th largest metropolitan area in the United States of America with a population of 3.87 million. This place is a highly urbanized city and has one of the fastest-growing cities in the world in terms of income.  Visit this site to learn more about Seattle, Washington.

As one of the largest cities in the United States and one of the fastest-growing areas, Seattle might be one of the places that you will visit. May it be to visit family and friends or for a business trip, finding yourself in this place will give you time to check what this city has to offer.

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What You Could Get in Houston for $10 – How to Enjoy the Metropolis in Texas Within the Budget

Howdy, people?!

After covering a few places in the southern part of the United States like Nashville and New Orleans, this week we’re going to cover another city in another state. We’re going to Texas for this week’s $10 series! 😀

Thanks to Amy from Out Chasing Stars, now we’re going to find out how far you could spend your Hamilton bills in Houston.

Houston is a large metropolis in Texas, so it’s interesting to find out what kind of activities you could do in the city within the budget. Are you ready? 🙂

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