4 Fun and Free Apps To Help You Learn a Language

Gone are the days when learning a language consisted of paper flashcards and boring lesson plans in the classroom. While some still learn languages in this manner, many language seekers are going high tech. Specifically, there are a number of apps on the market that make it easier, more fun, convenient and affordable to learn a language. If you are struggling learning a new language, try these free language apps to invigorate your lingual experience.

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Literary Adventures: 4 Classic Novels About Travel

In order to get up on go, we need to be moved by an event, by a person, or sometimes most simply, by words on a page. Travel novels inspire many of us to book that plane ticket to far away lands, to have imagination for where we are going, what we will see and how we will get home. If you are in need of some travel inspiration, you might as well begin with the classics. A number of classic travel novels provide that inspiration with every turn of the page.

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5 Must-Dos in Cape Town

Known as the Mother City, Cape Town mothers visitors in a certain way. The South African urban center blends high rises with Edwardian and Victorian buildings in an effortless fashion. Coupled with its excellent art galleries, bars, restaurants, shops and rich history, Cape Town lends a well-rounded experience. Step outside the city streets and you will find more to love in the form of golden beaches, vineyards and towering mountains. Cape Town watches over visitors much like a mother in that it provides everything you need in a city. Before you set out for Cape Town, be sure you make time for these five must-dos in town.

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Never Lost! 3 High Tech Ways To Keep Track of Your Luggage

My heart always sinks a little once I watch an airline gate agent add a very flimsy paper tag to my luggage. Those paper luggage tags often allow your bags to make it to their destination. However, when those tags fall off your bag or get ripped off accidently, your luggage is often up a stream without a paddle. There are better ways to keep track of your checked luggage besides those barcoded paper tags and your luggage tag with name, phone and address information. Here are three high tech ways you can keep track of your checked luggage.

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Spooky Sleeps: 4 Hotel Ghost Tours To Take This Halloween

While you might not want to sleep in the same room as a ghost, these hotel ghost tours provide insight into the spooky stories lurking behind guest rooms. This Halloween, join one of these ghost tours at some of America’s most haunted hotels.

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