Virtual Tours: Traveling Digitally

Thanks to the revolutionizing technology, we can now travel the world in non-conventional ways. Most nations offer visual insight into their country with virtual tours. A virtual tour can give us a simulation of what the place would be like if we visited it in person. It doesn’t take nearly as long to explore a place digitally. So in no time at all, you can be traveling all over from the comfort of your own residence.

Modern technology has made virtual travel possible. By tilting your smartphone, you can tilt the view to a new angle, helping you feel like you are really at the location. A narrated tour can help you feel like a tour guide is showing you around. Virtual tours have come a long way over the last few decades, so there is no reason you can’t explore far away places for little to no cost.

Virtual Tours on a Tablet are a great way to explore.

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Explore a County in Northern Kentucky

When most people hear about a county in northern Kentucky, it usually brings to mind the Cincinnati/northern Kentucky area. NKY, as it’s abbreviated to, has so much to offer all in itself. The counties of Kenton, Boone, and Campbell, Kentucky’s three most northern counties, make up the third-largest, yes that’s the third-largest, metro area in this great state!

To highlight our point and showcase the uniqueness of these three NKY counties, we will point out some of our favorite places. Come along with us and explore a county in northern Kentucky. We’ll journey along the river, interstates, and Kentucky backroads.

This article may contain #ads and/or affiliate links that could potentially make us money. This is a guest post written by Lisa at Making Memories In Style.

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Visit These 5 Quaint Towns in Indiana

If you’ve ever visited any quaint towns in Indiana, I’m sure you will concur with the slogan of our popular theme park. Indiana Beach says, “There’s more than corn in Indiana!” And having grown up in Speedway (just outside of Indianapolis), I will confess, there wasn’t a cornfield in sight. Race cars, on the other hand, have been a popular draw to my hometown since the first running of the Indy 500 over 100 years ago.

To illustrate my point and showcase the diversity of travel destinations in the Hoosier state, allow me to highlight some of my favorite attractions in five quaint towns in Indiana. They definitely have more to offer than just corn!

Visit These 5 Quaint Towns in Indiana

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