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Betsy Wuebker | Passing Thru

August 20, 2019

Palace of Versailles Tour Interior Highlights

A tour of the Palace of Versailles will introduce you to the history of France through art and architecture. The Palace of Versailles is one of the finest examples and most significant achievements of French art and architecture from the 17th century. It was the royal residence of France from the 17th century and remained […]

Pamela McKuen | All The Write Places

August 20, 2019

SLEEP: MOUNT CINNAMON IN GRENADA CHARMS WITH WATER VIEWS AND BANANA BREAD, TOO

Mount Cinnamon Resort and Beach Club in Grenada is a luxury boutique hotel overlooking Grand Anse Bay. The Caribbean island of Grenada beckons with velvety soft beaches, lush rainforest, scrumptious culinary scene, and historic sites galore. And rum.   There’s much to discover about Grenada, but first you’ll need a place to stay. I was recently […]

Suzanne Stavert | Adventures of Empty Nesters

August 20, 2019

Our LA to OK Adventure – A Visit to The Pioneer Woman Boarding House

  Smithsonian Magazine listed Pawhuska, OK as one of the 15 Best Small Towns in America to Visit in 2019 Our visit to The Pioneer Woman Boarding House It is kind of surreal, but I am actually typing this introduction as I look across the aisle of my plane to Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman. […]

Janine Thomas | Gastrotravelogue

August 20, 2019

GUIDE TO THE BEST AREAS WHERE TO STAY IN FLORENCE

When it comes to style you can’t fault the Italians. I love hotels with timeless elegance and in a city as beautiful as Florence, if you look hard enough, you will find a hotel to suit your individual style. Gorgeous accommodation doesn’t have to be expensive either and Florence has a wide range of places […]

Beverley Malzard | Travelgal on the move

August 20, 2019

How not to look like a tourist

You are a tourist but you need not be so obvious – try the ‘blend in’ tactic. It’s funny that we recognise other tourists when we are travelling, there’s a certain gauche appearance to some, a gawky look to others, a ‘look at me’ image and a ‘I don’t care what the culture is, I’m […]

Parm Parmar | Planet Blue Adventure

August 20, 2019

The Scott Resort and Spa – A Chill Getaway in Scottsdale

On a recent getaway to Phoenix Arizona, I was fortunate enough to stay at one of Scottsdale’s premier resorts, The Scott Resort and Spa, and it was fantastic. The beautiful warm climate draws visitors of all ages to this prime location in central Scottsdale. It’s a perfect base, just west of Phoenix, for shopping, sightseeing […]

Tam Warner Minton | Travels with Tam

August 20, 2019

Schedule Your Texas Hill Country Wine Harvest and Stomp on August 24, 2019!

http://tamtravels.wpengine.com It’s time for Fall Creek’s Wine Harvest and Stomp August 24! I have had the distinct honor to attend a Wine Harvest and Stomp at Fall Creek The post Schedule Your Texas Hill Country Wine Harvest and Stomp on August 24, 2019! appeared first on TRAVELS WITH TAM.

James and Nancy O'Leary | Life Of The Empty Nesters

August 20, 2019

Myrtle Beach State Park

If you are looking for a spacious and relaxing South Carolina Beach , Myrtle Beach State Park is a great choice. Did you know? In 1936, Myrtle Beach State Park was the first park to open in the system! As you read more, you will love this state park. This state park is located along […]

Donna Hull | My Itchy Travel Feet

August 20, 2019

Let’s Take a Fall Ferry Trip in the Southern Gulf Islands

Hastings House is sponsoring this look at a fall ferry trip in the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia. A ferry tour in the Southern Gulf Islands, fills the bill for a unique fall adventure. What traveler doesn’t appreciate beautiful scenery, uncrowded islands and enough activities to satisfy the most active of baby boomers? Located […]

Frank Thomae | BBQ Boy

August 19, 2019

Why riding El Chepe through Copper Canyon is just mind-blowingly amazing

Updated August 13, 2019. Why riding El Chepe through Copper Canyon is amazing I used to have a co-worker called […] The post Why riding El Chepe through Copper Canyon is just mind-blowingly amazing appeared first on The Travels of BBQboy and Spanky.

David and Linda Aksomitis | Guide 2 Travel

August 19, 2019

How to Hike Toadstool Geologic Park in Nebraska

Toadstool Geologic Park has many fossils and rare geological formations. Here are some tips on what you’ll find on a hike and how to plan your hiking trip. The post How to Hike Toadstool Geologic Park in Nebraska appeared first on guide2travel.ca.

Cindy Baker | Travel Bliss Now

August 19, 2019

Things to do in Dildo Newfoundland – Why You & Jimmy Kimmel Should Visit

Yes, there really is a place called Dildo.  But this community on the coast of Canada’s easternmost province is more than just a funny name.  It stands to reason that there are also a lot of fun things to do in Dildo Newfoundland and Labrador. Canadians have long chuckled at the name.  Newfoundland is known… […]

Barbara Weibel | Hole in the Donut

August 19, 2019

An Epic Overland Journey from Lhasa, Tibet, to Kathmandu, Nepal

I’d given up on ever traveling overland from Nepal to Tibet. Three times I had tried and failed. The first tour I booked in Kathmandu, a number of years ago, was cancelled when the Chinese government suddenly closed the border. My second try a couple of years later was much the same. When monks began […]

Tam Warner Minton | Travels with Tam

August 19, 2019

Africa is the Trip of a Lifetime, so Fall in Love with Africa This Summer

http://tamtravels.wpengine.com You will Fall in Love with Africa! From internationally-recognized cuisine to breathtakingly beautiful landscapes, Africa is a continent that has something to offer every person that takes the opportunity to visit. It is a vast region, made up of a melting pot of cultures, language, history, traditions, and people, while it is full of […]

Julie Fox | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

August 19, 2019

Vidago Palace Hotel, A Very Special Place To Stay In Northern Portugal

I’d been wanting to stay at Vidago Palace Hotel for a long time but felt it warranted a special occasion. Our 10th wedding anniversary seemed the perfect justification for heading to this luxury historical hotel in the north of Portugal. It turned out to be absolutely the right combination ofRead More → The post Vidago […]

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