Three Free Independence Day Worthy Attractions in Philadelphia

With Independence Day around the corner, the United States fills with cities and spaces that evoke the foundations of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. One of those cities of deeply rooted American history is Philadelphia. In the confines of this city, you can see the very room in which the Declaration of Independence was signed and mingle about a cracked bell that symbolized true liberty. Luckily for travelers to the City of Brotherly Love, you don’t have to pay an arm and a leg to visit these iconic locations.

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Celebrate the Fourth of July in San Francisco

The Fourth of July is all about enjoying a long weekend of summer fun and celebrating American independence with family and friends. And where better to make the most of this special occasion than San Francisco? A terrific place to visit any time of year, the City by the Bay pulls out all the stops for Uncle Sam's birthday.

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Best of Italy's Summer Music Festivals

Summer vacation in Italy? That's music to everbody's ears - no matter what type of tunes you like to listen to. From sacred music to jive, from Puccini to Diana Krall, There's a wonderful range of summer music festivals scheduled across Italy catering to all tastes and budgets. Here's a look at just a few of the many.

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Packing Under the Italian Sun: Five Necessities to Pack for Italy in the Summer

One of my favorite times of the year to visit Italy is the summer. This also happens to be the most popular time to visit Italy. If you are heading off to Italy this summer, you might be all consumed with the delicious meals that you will feast on and the world heritage sites that you will see. Packing might be the last priority for your dolce vita vacation. In Italy, if you forget a clothing item that you need, you can most likely buy a more fashionable version anyway. However, you won’t want to leave home for Italian soil without packing these five summer necessities.

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Before You Go: Four Study Abroad Goals to Make

Around this time of year, many students are finalizing their plans to spend the summer and fall semesters abroad. While the sorting of class schedules and flights is important, you should also take some time to figure out your study abroad goals. Having studied abroad for over a year, I know just how quickly that time can fly by as a student in a foreign country. You need to have a clear plan of action of what you want to get out of your studies abroad. Here are a few goals to consider making before you take off with your backpack and books.

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