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8 Must-See Central Park Film Locations

Add these Central Park film locations to your New York itinerary and walk in the footsteps of famous actors and actresses. New York City. The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. Hundreds of movies and TV shows have been filmed in and around New York City, more than any other city in the world. […]

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‘Women’s London’ Walks Where Suffragettes, Saviors and Sisters Have Trod

Women’s London, a travel guide written by Rachel Kolsky, is not your typical travel guide. In fact, it’s more like a historical reference than a glossy brochure for London. Within its dense text, however, you will discover how London was shaped by women throughout history. AD: See the World for Less! Take up to $30 […]

Sunlit Stone at Columcille Megalith Park by Ray Moore

Columcille Megalith Park is a Celtic Retreat

Visiting the Columcille Megalith Park was like stepping into the world of Outlander for a wee bit o’time. Who knew this Celtic gem was hidden in the wilds of Pennsylvania? My pilgrimage began when my friend, all-faith minister Reenie Panzini, suggested that we take a trip to Columcille Megalith Park for its spiritual energy and its […]

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18 Amazing Candy Stores Like Honeydukes Candy Shop

Every candy store in the world is magical, because, well, candy! But finding candy stores like Honeydukes, however, is like winning a whole pint of Felix Felicis potion. My cousin, a fellow American, filled me in on something she realized after living in Oxford, England for a year. Originally, she thought a lot of the […]

The monastic Island, Skellig Michael founded in the 7th century, for 600 years the island was a centre of monastic life for Irish Christian monks. The Celtic monastery, which is situated almost at the summit of the 230-metre-high rock became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. It is one of Europe's better known but least accessible monasteries.Photo:Valerie O'Sullivan

Ireland’s Skellig Michael Island Stands In For Star Wars’ Jedi Temple

Skellig Michael Island, off Ireland’s south west coast, is wowing audiences at screenings of Star Wars:  The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Unveiled in the film’s closing minutes, this closely guarded secret ending to Episode 7 was filmed in September 2014 on Skellig Michael Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since 1977, the record-breaking movie franchise […]


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