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Getting your summer vacation fix in times of pandemic may not be easy, with Italy, Portugal and Greece better to be viewed through the screen to keep it safe. While you may want to indulge in virtual visits to some of the Old World’s best museums in Paris, London and Amsterdam ( read about the best virtual tours and experiences here), to get the real flavour of nature, you may want to switch from city to countryside or beach house as a digital nomad to work from the beachside.

You may want to explore Gulf Coast destinations to book an affordable beach house before planning to go to the best European surfing destinations, or wild Balkan and South East Asia beaches when travel bans are lifted. Read further to learn about cheap options for a beach house for digital nomads. …


While travelling by road you can discover many beautiful small towns in Australia and indulge in outdoor adventure when visiting some of Australia’s national parks — we already wrote about Whitsunday Islands — too often, we are inclined to visit the largest Australia cities for culture, museums and architecture. We at Cuddlynest are all about to explore the countryside as well, with its beautiful nature, and amazing cuisine. Read on to learn about the most beautiful, hidden-gem towns in Australia that you can travel to on your staycation to learn about the native peoples, and travel sustainably.

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Broome, Western Australia — Beautiful Small Towns in Australia

Broome, also known as Rubibi by the native Yawuru people, sits on the coast of the Indian Ocean in Western Australia. Situated on traditional lands of the Yawuru, the town was first visited by Europeans in the 17th century, with the pearling industry booming in the region. Only at the end of 19th century, John Forest chose a site for the town, and it was named after Sir Frederick Broome, the then-Governor of Western Australia. In coming decades, the town experienced a West Australian mining boom, and with growing tourism, the town developed to offer sights and tourist attractions. Today, you can visit headstones in the Japanese Cemetery, and Memorial to the Indigenous female Pear Divers in the city, and maybe run into some of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are still making up around 1/5 thof population. To wind off, turn into Wharf Restaurant, and taste some of the amazing seafood in traditional Kimberley setting. …


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Best day trips from Chicago,

Can’t choose from the best day trips from Chicago? We can help. Although there are plenty of fun things to do in Chicago, Illinois, from splashing around in Crown Fountain in Millennium Park to gazing at the stars in the Doane Observatory at Adler Planetarium, you may want to go for a quick day trip outside the city once in a while. However, before you embark on a train or catch a flight at Chicago O’Hare or Midway airports, make sure you have seen it all in Chicago City!

Quick Day Trip from Chicago to the Suburbs

There are as many people in Chicago as there are in some of Europe’s smaller countries. So in order to create some space from the hustle and bustle, explore Chicago’s suburbs. There is plenty to do in the outskirts of the city. You can start by taking the bus or metro to undiscovered neighborhoods right outside of Chicago! …

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