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I'm Meagan Morrison, a NYC-based, Canadian born, traveling fashion illustrator, and the creator behind Travel Write Draw. I weave fashion and travel together through my illustrations and share it with the world. Travel is one of my greatest inspirations and always kickstarts the creative process for me. I took this photo this past August on holiday in Dubrovnik, Croatia, standing atop the city wall. The moment was too perfect not to capture. My followers were the ones who suggested I walked the city wall so for me it was like delivering a very personal postcard to them.  

Cathedral Cove, NZ

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A new year, a new city, and a new space calls for 2017 to focus on the interior, and in the bedroom I'm starting out with the softest sheets around. From the Los Angeles based brand Matteo comes Los Angeles made luxury bedding; 100% Vintage Linen sheets in "Mica" – a diverse color taking over the internet right now that's more contemporarily known as "greige". This hue is the perfect base to get eclectically creative with throws and pillows of different colors and textures for that mix-and-match feel. Garment dyed and washed giving it a vintage vibe and the ultimate softness, this dream-set Queen set includes 1 flat sheet, 1 fitted sheet, and 2 pillowcases. Show your bed a little love below. 

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Traveling coast-to-coast across the United States by train is one of the world’s greatest travel experiences. Amazingly, it’s also one of the world’s greatest travel bargains — the 3,400-mile trip can cost as little as $213. The American railroads are reminiscent of a bygone era. These were the trains that tamed the Wild West, fueled the Gold Rush, and served as the backbone of the Industrial Revolution. At its peak, it was the most luxurious mode of transportation that money could buy. Alas, the golden age of American railroads came to an end. Automobiles arrived and the airplane industry took off. Soon, many railroad companies had to cut losses and ceased their passenger services.

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