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Relaxing Adventure: Manuel Antonio Costa Rica National Park

Planning a trip to the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and looking for a great place to go hiking within a rugged rainforest, see diverse and tropical wildlife, relax on a white-sandy beach, and visit a National Park all in one stop? Look no further. The Wandering Wheelers have you [...]

By |February 7th, 2016|Costa Rica|0 Comments

How a Chicago Couple Earned Over 1,000,000 Credit Card Points & Helped Alleviate Poverty

Six years ago I was introduced to a concept that changed how I thought about my day to day purchases, which ultimately changed the way I operate financially. The concept is simple -- accumulate as many credit card and loyalty points to travel as much as you can for as [...]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Credit Card Points|3 Comments

Paris to Versailles: 5 Easy Steps & €5,25 via Train

We absolutely loved touring the Palace of Versailles and gardens (read our other post on the “10 Things to Do in Paris for Less Money” for more information), but before we arrived in France, we weren’t sure how we were going to get to the Palace of Versailles. Should we [...]

By |November 4th, 2015|France|0 Comments

5 Sauternais Chateaus, 3 Failures, 2 Tastings, and 1 New Love

Sauternais is a region known for its sweet, white wines (Sauternes) located in the south east region of Bordeaux, about 30 minutes from Bordeaux city center.  Sauternais’ wines are blends of Semillion, Sauvignon blanc, and sometimes Muscadelle grapes. With Kira having the sweet tooth that she does, this region was [...]

By |October 1st, 2015|France|0 Comments

Driving from Nice to Bordeaux – Should You Do It?

As we were planning our trip to France, we knew we wanted to visit Paris, then Nice, and end our journey in Bordeaux. We also knew we wanted to take the train from Paris to Nice (read post on “How to Get from Paris to nice via Train” here), but we [...]

By |October 1st, 2015|France|0 Comments

Mayan Ruins Mexico: Cancun to Chichen Itza

When visiting the Yucutan Peninsula, one of the most popular things to do outside of your resort/hotel is to visit the Mayan ruins of Mexico. Mexico has so many ruins it’s hard to decide which ones to visit. This post isn’t designed to persuade you to choose one over the [...]

By |August 16th, 2015|Mexico|0 Comments
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