Creative Travel Guide take the Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge

So our little travel blog has been going for just under two months and it amazes me how much we have both learnt already! One of the best things I have taken away from blogging so far, is how incredible friendly and welcoming other bloggers are. I have had the opportunity to work with, chat and exchange advise with some awesome people who have fun, inspiring blogs. When I spotted Tracy from Tracys Travels in Time had taken part in The Travel Whispers Blogger Challenge, I decided it would be fun to join in too. Thanks to Stephanie Fox for starting the trend.

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RENTING AN APARTMENT ON HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD IN LOS ANGELES – Ginosi Hollywood Apartel Review

Based in Hollywood and Highland Apartments, the Ginosi Hollywood Apartel company rents out basic but comfortable apartments just off Hollywood Boulevard. When we visited LA this was our pick because it had so many amenities and was in such a convenient location.

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30 WAYS TO SAVE MONEY WHILE TRAVELING THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

The USA is an incredible country with so many attractions, cities, landscapes, national parks, boutique cafes, eccentric towns and the list goes on. So here they are, we hope they can help you save money on your next trip!

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WHERE TO STAY IN LAS VEGAS – THE COSMOPOLITAN

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A piece of heaven on the Las Vegas Strip.

The Cosmopolitan is understated yet spectacular, glitzy but not tacky. We love it so much we are planning our wedding at this beautiful hotel.

So here is what we love about this hotel:

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Warner Brothers Studio Tour Hollywood: Los Angeles

Warner Brothers Studio Tour USA Bucketlist

As the eager child inside me dashed (unshamefully) to the ‘start tour’ doors, Calum started to show concern of my mental state. I wanted to spot Ellen, I wanted to see the Friends set, I wanted to walk around filming locations… I was and still am, a big kid. This is our day at the Warner Brothers Studio Tour.

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A Morning at Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39 in San Francisco, USA

San Francisco is full of iconic landmarks: the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Lombard Street, the Painted Ladies. But for me, I always remembered a teacher of mine showing us photographs of the sea lions sprawled over wooden planks floating in the sea. Nothing beats a visit to Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39. 

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Camp America: How to get a job in a USA Summer Camp

Camp America

As a student at University, I longed to travel the world and experience the sights and sounds of different countries. America drew me in with its bright lights of NYC and historic towns. So I went about looking for ways to get over there and explore. To start with I thought about the Disney Program (where you could work in Disneyland for the summer) but then remembered my dislike of rides. I then came across Camp America and decided to apply. 6 months later I was on my way!

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