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Amanda Finn, Writer at ViaTravelers

Amanda (she/they) is a Chicago-based queer travel, arts, and lifestyle writer who is passionate about exploring the world. Their work has been featured in Newcity Stage, The Chicago Reader, Huffington Post, and Yahoo, as well as the November 2022 book, "Chicago Like a Local" and other travel journals available on Amazon. Amanda's favorite destinations include Costa Rica, Prague, Dublin, Hong Kong, and every Disney park they've visited.

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When it comes to traveling, I have a couple of logistical problems. I love suitcases and travel gear, but I live in a smallish condo. So, my habit of acquiring suitcases is unsuitable for my living conditions. That’s why I was so amped to try out the Rollink Flex 360 Carry-On Fully Collapsible Suitcase. When …

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Known best for Yellowstone National Park, and Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming is far and wide acknowledged for its natural wonders. What it lacks in a large populace, it truly makes up for in its grandiose scenery and unbelievable sights. The Cowboy State isn’t just about the northwest corner and the parks, though. From the …

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If the first thing you think of when you think of Montana is Glacier National Park, it’s okay; you’re not alone. Big Sky Country is a lot of things, and Glacier is certainly one of them. But beyond that, Montana is full of incredible public lands, fly fishing, hiking, ski slopes, and all kinds of …

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An incredible part of Australia‘s scenery is the massive red sandstone known as Uluru. Called Ayer’s Rock until 2017, the two names are still often used in connection to the place. It was officially changed from Ayers Rock-Mount Olga National Park to Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park to recognize the Anangu people and their historic stewardship …

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Once a transportation hub where boats arrived every hour along the Missouri River, Yankton has blossomed into a captivating waterfront town. Yankton remains steadfast in the history South Dakota for being a spot along the famed expeditions of Lewis and Clark as well as General Custer. Its name is rooted in the area’s history as …

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