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Carmen Edelson | Carmen's Luxury Travel

March 20, 2019

5 Must-Haves for Luxury Travel Accommodation

You’d think that luxury travel has been around for so long that its definition has pretty much been settled. Far from it, people’s perception of what defines luxury travel accommodation varies widely. This is why we’ve found it important to list some of the elements that we believe must be present for accommodation to qualify […]

Cindy Baker | Travel Bliss Now

March 20, 2019

Find Your Happy Place: The Top Ten Happiest Countries in 2019

  It stands to reason that there are blissful travel experiences to be found in the the world’s happiest countries.  That’s why I look forward to the annual  World Happiness Report, released by the United Nations.  Prepared by leading happiness experts (yes, they exist!), it ranks 156 countries on a scale of bliss.  How do… […]

Barbara Weibel | Hole in the Donut

March 20, 2019

PHOTO: Leaves of the Borneo Giant Upright Elephant Ear

The island of Borneo, located just south of the tip of mainland Malaysia, is a natural wonderland. Most visitors come to dive or see the island’s unique wildlife, but the flora has a lot to offer too. During my stay at Sepiilok Nature Resort in the Malaysian State of Sabah, I spent one afternoon exploring […]

Veronica James | Gypsy Nester

March 19, 2019

Say Si to Seeing Spain

How many superlatives can we use for one country? If the nation we are describing is Spain, then we’d say an unlimited number. So, as our fellow travelers plan their coming adventures, we highly recommend looking into a Spainish fiesta… CONTINUE READING >>  The post Say Si to Seeing Spain appeared first on The GypsyNesters.

Carol Perehudoff | Wandering Carol

March 19, 2019

Chillon Castle – Château de Chillon

If you’re travelling to Lake Geneva in Europe, don’t miss a trip to Chillon Castle, the Château de Chillon. Located just outside Montreux, this stunning medieval fortress has an idyllic setting, a shadowy past and a dungeon that has inspired scores of poets and painters. Today, Chillon Castle is one of the most popular attractions […]

Cynthia Graham | Blue Bag Nomads

March 19, 2019

Tips on Riding the Subway in New York City

At first, the subway in New York City can seem quite intimidating. There are 27 subway lines and 472 stations! Learn a few tricks, take the time to understand where you are going and riding the subway will be a great way to get around this enormous city. There are many bus and subway routes […]

Jennifer Huber | Solo Travel Girl

March 19, 2019

5 Awesome Airboat Tours for Your Florida Vacation

Racing through marshy and grassy areas in an airboat and spotting alligators seems to top the list of things to do for tourists during a Florida vacation. Heck, even after living in the Sunshine State for more than two decades, I still enjoy the thrill of zipping and spinning over marshy areas at speeds up […]

Inka Piegsa Quischotte | Glamour Granny Travels

March 19, 2019

Chase the ‘Gold’ of the Baltic Sea

In recent post, we have introduced you to the delights of Germany’s North and East Frisian islands in the North Sea. Now we turn our attention to the other sea which Germany shares with several other countries. The Baltic Sea. The gold we are referring to is, of course, amber. Who hasn’t heard of the […]

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

March 19, 2019

U.S. Homeland Security Tips

Safety First Are you looking for some U.S. Homeland Security Tips to make your flying experience more enjoyable?!? Believe it or not, the moment you enter the airport a number of safety precautions are in place! These precautions ensure you reach your travel destinations safely. One of these safety precautions is making sure your luggage […]

John And Susan Pazera | Latitude Adjustment

March 19, 2019

Peru Explorations: Cusco and the Sacred Valley

So many places, so little time. It’s the big conundrum of travel: if you spend too much time in one place, what will you miss that’s just around the bend? As John likes to say, the sand is slipping through the hourglass. Even so, we didn’t get to spend nearly enough time in the Peru’s […]

Carmen Edelson | Carmen's Luxury Travel

March 19, 2019

Top 3 Unique Dining Experiences in Los Angeles

The dynamic culinary scene in Los Angeles offers a wonderful variety of dining experiences to fit anyone’s interests. From Michelin-starred restaurants to food trucks and everything in between, the City of Angels is one of the best places in the U.S. to eat some delicious food. Read about three of the most unique ways to […]

David and Linda Aksomitis | Guide 2 Travel

March 19, 2019

10 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Hungary

Check out this roundup of 10 of Hungary’s most popular historic sites for visitors, from castles to cathedrals to the Danube River and Buda Hills. The post 10 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Hungary appeared first on guide2travel.ca.

Paul Marshman | Travelling Boomer

March 19, 2019

Nature’s art gallery: visiting the Painted Desert

One of the reasons I chose Arizona as the destination for my 2019 road trip was to see and photograph some of its natural wonders. One of those is the Petrified Forest, which was a bucket-list wish fulfilled — I’ll share that with you in a few days. But on the way there, I discovered […]

Pamela McKuen | All The Write Places

March 18, 2019

APPLETON, WIS: A SMALL TOWN FOR BIG-CITY REASONS

The thing about visiting small towns and cities is they often have the same big-time amenities and sites as their urban counterparts. But the pace is a little slower, and the ambiance can be more cheerful. Take Appleton, Wisconsin, for example. I mean, “Hamilton” is coming to this charming community on the Fox River! Read […]

Michela Fantinel | Rocky Travel

March 18, 2019

Top things to do in Bolzano in Summer

Bolzano is the northernmost Italian city and probably one of the most underrated places by international travellers visiting Italy for the first time. It is nestled among valleys, mountains and vineyards and is the getaway to more exploration of beautiful South Tyrol and the Dolomites. On this post, I have compiled a list with my […]

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