Millennials Are Crushing The Travel Industry… In A Good Way

Bella Breakdown Millennials have become the blame guy for the decline in many industries, like casual dining and buying diamonds. However, one thing the 23 to 38 age group can be proud of is the amount they spend on vacations which is more than any other group. Millennials may be struggling to live a debt-free life thanks to student loans, but they don’t seem to be having any trouble spending $5,000 or more on vacations. A new poll by Expedia shows that not only do Millennials spend the most on vacations, but they also travel the most with 35...

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5 Easter Traditions From Around The World

Bella Breakdown Easter Sunday is upon us and while Americans are busy dying eggs and hunting for candy other countries who celebrate the holiday will be enjoying their own traditions. Here are 5 different Easter traditions celebrated from around the world: Florence, Italy The Scoppio del Carro, or the “Explosion of the Cart”, is a historical tradition celebrated for over 300 years. A decorated cart, built in 1622, is pulled by two oxen throughout the city of Florence for all citizens to see. Sweden and Finland For these two countries, large bonfires are lit to ward off evil witches...

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One Of The Best Hidden Travel Gems Off The Coast Of Michigan

Bella Breakdown Michigan may be known for the urban area of Detroit, but off the northern coast of Michigan lays a small island that offers a truly unique travel opportunity. Mackinac (pronounced Mack-in-aw) island can be the basis of a classic Norman Rockwell painting, offering a small town with some unique quirks. The northern region of Michigan offers some of the most beautiful scenic routes for a beautiful road-trip, there are also artisanal wells on the side of the road for some of the purest and coldest naturally filtered water. The true gem of northern Michigan is Mackinac Island...

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Best Activities To Do In Moab, Utah

For the outdoor recreationalist, Moab, Utah is one of the best places you can go for vacation during Spring Break. The weather is in the 60’s and 70’s, making for perfect temps to go out there and get your sweat on. Below are the activities every Moab visitor should try and where they should try them. 1. Mountain Biking Whether you are an avid mountain biker or a newbie, you need to go biking in Moab. Beginners should rent bikes through Poison Spider and get dropped off at Bar-M trails. There are a variety of options at Bar-M that...

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Spring Break Alternatives To The Beach

Bella Breakdown If you are tired of the classic Spring Break destinations (aka, anywhere with a beach), then never fear! There are alternatives to frying your face off, surrounded by partying college students. The company Travel Leaders has some amazing destinations that you need to consider for your Spring Break trip. 1. The Rocky Mountaineer If you have never been to the PNW or Western Canada, then you need to check out this luxury train experience. It’s the perfect way to experience the Canadian Rockies, High Alpine Lakes, and beautiful wildlife, all while being served delicious, exquisite foods. 2....

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