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Tokyo MK Taxi - The Benefits of Traveling

Traveling is wonderful in different ways. It can add a sense of fulfillment, joy, growth and experience to one’s life. Researchers state that, traveling is highly beneficial for your physical, mental and emotional health as well. So pack your bags and break off your normal routine because here are some wonderful benefits of traveling:

 

Traveling can actually keep you healthier.

 

When you travel, you exposed yourself to a different environment which creates stronger antibodies and helps boosts your immune system significantly. Moreover, studies found that people who travel at least twice a year show a lower risk of suffering from a heart attack than those who do not take an annual vacation.

 

Traveling can relieve your stress.

 

Although encountering delays or losing baggage in a foreign airport can sure boost someone’s anxiety, it has been scientifically proven that travel can lower stress levels, increase your happiness and decrease your depression. And these benefits tend t

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Galveston Historic Homes Tour offers a bit of island history

GALVESTON, Texas - If shiplap, chandeliers, and original hardwood floors are your real-estate jam, then an upcoming event could have you switching off HGTV and taking a trip to Galveston.

 

The Galveston Historical Foundation is holding its 43rd annual Galveston Historic Homes Tour on May 6, 7, 13 and 14 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

 

Grocery merchant Thomas Bollinger and his wife, Maggie, were the first residents of this two-story Victorian house. The couple rented the house for several years and then purchased the property in 1907. The building’s most prominent feature is a wrap-around double gallery porch that addresses its corner lot in Galveston’s historic East End neighborhood. 1905 James and Emma Davis House - 1915 Sealy James Jefferson Davis, former vice president and general manager of the Galveston Wharves, commissioned Galveston architect George B. Stowe to design this two-story house with Colonial Revival influences for use as his family residence. Born and raised in Galvesto

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