The Tourist Destination Perfect For You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

The Tourist Destination Perfect For You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Wanderlust guaranteed in every destination.

We've all experienced it before: wanting to travel somewhere, anywhere, instead of being stuck at home doing work or being bored. Europe, Australia, Asia – the choices are endless. Consider this a guide for your next vacation destination.


1. Aries: March 21 - April 19

Aries are courageous and passionate and can face any situation, such as braving the wilderness and beauty of Yellowstone National Park. With shimmering waterfalls, humongous geysers and lush greens, this park is perfect for those with a passion for nature.

2. Taurus: April 20 - May 20

Taurus are always generous and eager to lend a helping hand. They are masters in the fields of banking and finance, which makes Wall Street (New York City) a perfect destination. Admittedly not a tourist attraction, Wall Street is still pretty well-known around the world for being a center of business and commerce.

3. Gemini: May 21 - June 20

Geminis are cheerful and smart, and they always have a sense of humor. Because of that, they make friends easily and are admired by others. Geminis should visit the Eiffel Tower to experience all the world has to offer through new experiences and ideas.

4. Cancer: June 21 - July 22

Cancers are loving and compassionate, and they are also very brave and empathetic. The Colosseum in Rome is a great place for Cancers to visit; it has the perfect mix of classical architecture and modern innovations, which are two of the many things Cancers enjoy

5. Leo: July 23 - Aug. 22

Leos are extremely successful and confident. Because they're creative, they think of the most bizarre possibilities and idea, in a good way, though. The Louvre is a great place for this sign to visit. Leos can be inspired by the wonderful art pieces and works displayed throughout that appeal to their creative side.

6. Virgo: Aug. 23 - Sept. 22

Virgos are smart and practical. They rely on facts and knowledge to succeed in life and enjoy preciseness and cleanliness. The Golden Gate Bridge is the perfect attraction for Virgos, with its clean lines and precise design.

7. Libra: Sept. 23 - Oct. 22

Libras are responsible and diligent. Once they begin projects, they will put all their energy and effort into their work until they look the best they can possibly be. A great place for Libras to visit is the Great Wall of China, one of the greatest engineering projects in the history of the world.

8. Scorpio: Oct. 23 - Nov. 21

Scorpios are focused and dedicated. They are very sensitive and are easy people to talk to. Big Ben is a wonderful place for Scorpios to visit.

9. Sagittarius: Nov. 22 - Dec. 21

Sagittarius are adventurers who are generous and kind in nature. They are always optimistic and generous, and everyone loves them. Stonehenge is a mysterious yet beautiful destination, great for members of this sign who love a sense of mystery.

10. Capricorn: Dec. 22 - Jan. 19


Capricorns are ambitious, yet patient. They go with the flow and are down-to-earth, leading them to be practical and serious. The

Taj Mahal is a lovely and beautiful tourist attraction for those Capricorns seeking an adventure.

11. Aquarius: Jan. 20 - Feb. 18


Aquarius are intelligent and creative. They are always interesting and innovative. The Empire State Building is a great destination for this Aquarius to explore!

12. Pisces: Feb. 19 - March 20

Pisces are imaginative and dedicated. Talented and creative, they love making people feel loved and happier. The Trevi Fountain is a wonderful tourist attraction to satisfy that artist itch.

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How I Discovered Backpacking Was For Me

From pro to first timer, backpacking is great

First off, I will say if you hate being dirty at all, can’t stand bugs of any kind, or hate the outdoors, backpacking is not for you. However, if you can go a few days without a proper shower, can put up with bug spray, and love being outside, this is something you should try at least once in your life!

I am by no means an experienced backpacker, but I grew up hiking with friends and family. My first real backpacking trip was a little under 18 miles, and I fell in love. The knowledge that I can strap a 15-40-pound pack on and just start walking is one of the most empowering things ever. I know I can survive, albeit with the help of some equipment, out in the middle of nowhere with just what I have in a backpack is valuable knowledge.

After the first day, I was more than a little sore due to the weight of the pack and the strain of walking more than usual, but after a few more days you start to feel more energetic and it’s easier to pick up the pack (you also start to lose some of the weight because you’re eating the food you packed).

One of my favorite memories from my last trip was when my group stopped in town for a real meal. My family can attest, I am not someone who has a big appetite. I’m one of the pickiest eaters you will come across, but the three women I went with and I stopped at the Root-beer Saloon in Southern Illinois, and I was starving. According to my Fitbit, I had burned twice my caloric intake and we still had four miles to go before the end of the night. I was starving! This little sandwich shop had the biggest sandwiches I had ever seen.

They were about five inches in diameter, and I somehow managed to eat the whole thing. On top of that, I drank three glasses of their Root-beer, which they had on tap! (As a lover of Root-beer this was wonderful for me). I even got a large strawberry shortcake for dessert. All three of the women who were with me just looked at me like I had grown another stomach, which to be fair I might have. Two of the three have known me for most of my life, and they had never seen me eat that much in one sitting. Low and behold, a few hours later, after we hiked the remaining 4 of our 14 miles that day, I was hungry again!

That trip was full of fun stories, a few lessons, and a lot of first experiences for me. I got to hear all about the Appalachian Trail from one of the women. Her stories kept me entertained for hours, and I’m sure I annoyed her with all of my questions, but she humored me every time. We all got to experience a sketchy hitchhiking trip with an older gentleman and his wife, definitely a first for me! And I learned how to build a small, but sustainable fire just out of pure boredom one evening.

We managed to walk over 40 miles in a few days, under our goal due to poor weather, but still awesome for my second trip. I also managed to spot a few snakes, albeit only a few inches long, but the perfect size for me! From swimming in a cold creek to walking through stinging nettle up to our elbows, to standing at the top of inspiration point and feeling on top of the world, definitely a backpacking trip for the books. Even the freeze-dried food was great! Something I had been skeptical about at first.

My goal is to start getting out of the Midwest and backpack in some more interesting places. Europe is high on my list, but there are still some places in the US where I would love to see. Being able to travel by backpacking is so different than the traditional way of traveling, and it offers a different perspective than you’d be used to.

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What's All The Buzz About Traveling?

Traveling has a way of making our souls richer and our hearts fuller.

Excitement buzzes through every row as the plane grazes the runway— finally, the touch down into a new, unknown environment I have yet to unearth. I’ve always had a fascination with traveling, especially with the means of flight to explore anywhere in the world, if you're fortunate enough to have the money and time. When I land in a different state or another country, I look around at all the unfamiliar faces and try to understand their state of mind — are they returning home after months away? Are they tourists, first timers, or frequent fliers? Are they here on business endeavors or unfortunate circumstances? As a few smiles catch my glance, I instantly wonder, are they as curious as I am?

The thing I love most about experiencing exotic, contrasting places is the people I come in contact with. The greatest experience of all is human connection; conversation flowing, points of views exchanging, and for a moment, someone is allowing you to dip into their world through their eyes. The contrasting cultures can seem intimidating at times because their way of the world differs than ours in the way we talk, eat, interact, dress, etc., but it’s extremely special to become an outsider on the inside, especially when you allow yourself to be fully engulfed in their ways.

When you go in without prejudices and only allow yourself to respect their cultures, you are truly living. You are learning and growing from being hands on, and with that, you’ll have a better understanding of the vast world we live in; traveling reminds you how precious this life is, and how truly small we are. Our lives are so minuscule, our problems are even smaller than that — our troubles are forever fleeting, changing, and rearranging, and we will always experience struggles, but traveling and exploration reminds us to focus on optimism and gratitude.

Reaching new heights and achieving plans you created, you truly find what you are capable of and what your soul exudes. You see your truest colors come to life when you are in a new, unfamiliar setting; whether that’s adventuring solo or with the love of your life or a group, you’ll see exactly what you’re made of. So I say go for it: adventure far and wide and know the secrets of the Earth’s people, make a new friend, check more things off your bucket list, and most importantly, live while you’re alive.

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