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Apr 27 2012

A Brief Blog Profile: The All Aboard Beat

by Thomas Hynes


The All Aboard Beat is one of those great travel blogs that make you feel like you're traveling with the author. As the author says, "just keep up with the Beat and I’ll take you around the world." It's not a bad offer. And truthfully, probably a lot cheaper than actual travel.

On the blog you'll find the top 10 places to see in Wisconsin as well as a list of airports in America that will fly to Cuba. You'll also find the 30 best occupations for travel as well as the best places for summer skiing. You'll also find a post on the 15 reasons why you should travel. But at this point, none of us need an excuse to travel, right? 

But probably my favorite thing on The All Aboard Beat is the post, "If Money Were No Option." What a fantastic way to think about travel. Really, what a fantastic way to think about anything. It feels liberating to not think about money. Suddenly, the entire world is an option. Suddenly, you could go anywhere. I must admit I do feel constrained by money, or a lack thereof. And I sadly don't have an immediate answer to the question that blog post poses. But after perusing the site a little bit longer, I suddenly do have an answer. I suddenly have quite a few answers.


Reader's Comments


Thanks so much for summarizing my blog! I'm glad you enjoy it, and have recommended it. I'm very flattered!

All the best,


Posted at 12:01 ET on Nov 10, 2011 by Libby

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