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Nancy D Brown | What A Trip Travels with Nancy D Brown

May 20, 2019

Errichel House B&B in Scottish Highlands

Aberfeldy is home to Perthshire’s highest mountain and Scotland’s longest river, River Tay, Europe’s oldest living thing. Only 90 minutes drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Aberfeldy is worlds apart from the big city and perched in the Scottish Highlands. Aberfeldy is Scotland’s first Fairtrade town and is also home to Errichel House B&B in the […]

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Karen Warren | WorldWideWriter

May 20, 2019

Book Review: Experience Spain from Lonely Planet

Last year I posted a review of Experience Italy, a Lonely Planet guide that explored the country and its culture in depth. Now the second book in the series – Experience Spain – has been published. Again, this is much more than a conventional guidebook; it is a feast for the senses and an endless […]

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Wendy Lee | Empty Nesters Hit the Road

May 20, 2019

One Day Road Trip Along Midcoast Maine

Midcoast Maine is a destination in its own right, but it’s also a common path between Portland and Acadia National Park.  According to National Geographic, Acadia is one of the most visited parks in the U.S., and many people will fly into the Portland International Jetport and immediately head north in a car to see… […]

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Jane Dempster-Smith | To Travel Too

May 20, 2019

Bitemojo Bangkok Food Tour – Best of Vegan

Bitemojo Bangkok Food Tour – Best of Vegan When we found out about Bitemojo Food Tours through TBEX (Travel Blog Exchange) and that they… The post Bitemojo Bangkok Food Tour – Best of Vegan appeared first on To Travel Too.

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Julie Fox | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

May 20, 2019

Discover Authentic Portuguese Flavours On A Porto Food Tour

“I’m not really a fan of Francesinha,” I said. Cue horrified faces from the people that had just begun raving about their new Porto food tour.  After admonishing me to never utter those words in Porto, where the Francesinha is revered, they explained that ‘theirs’ is no ordinary meat andRead More → The post Discover […]

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Jane Canapini | Grownup Travels

May 20, 2019

Cruise Pros and Cons Aboard a ‘Mega Ship’

It’s hard not to be intrigued by the sheer size and amenities offered on a 227,000-ton cruise ship like Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas. From the spectacular water theatre show rivalling the likes of Cirque du Soleil’s ‘O’ show in Las Vegas, to the 8-story open-air atrium known as Central Park, it’s almost impossible […]

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Libby and Martin Rose | Wandering Rose Travels

May 20, 2019

Bonaire sparkles in the Caribbean

We enjoy Caribbean cruises because they allow us to sample the islands. However, after 15 cruises, we’ve moved on from sampling and now prioritize gorging ourselves on one island at a time. The post Bonaire sparkles in the Caribbean appeared first on Wandering Rose Travels.

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David and Linda Aksomitis | Guide 2 Travel

May 20, 2019

Top Things to See in Yellowstone National Park Driving the Grand Loop

Find the most spectacular spots to stop on the 140 mile Grand Loop through Yellowstone National Park’s 10,000 hydrothermal features including 500 geysers. The post Top Things to See in Yellowstone National Park Driving the Grand Loop appeared first on guide2travel.ca.

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Sheila and Kevin Simpson | Exploring the Prime

May 20, 2019

Planning a Trip to See Spanish Missions in Arizona

Exploring the Spanish Missions in Arizona can be accomplished with a day trip from either Tuscon or Phoenix. Public transportation is not readily available in this area, you will need a car for this trip. Southern Arizona, just a little north of present-day Mexico, is the ideal location to explore the history of Spanish Colonial […]

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Connie Pearson | There Goes Connie

May 20, 2019

2 (of many) Surprising Finds in Clarksville, Tennessee

Recently, I had a chance to spend a few days in Clarksville, Tennessee and found it to be a completely captivating and enjoyable town. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing some of the places, people and great food I encountered, and I believe you’ll want to check it out for yourself. (Just as […]

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Kristin Henning and Tom Bartel | Travel Past 50

May 20, 2019

10 Couples Travel Lessons a la Kris and Tom

Unwittingly, I’ve become an authority on couples travel. So here are my tips for sane traveling as a pair…and other miscellaneous lessons learned from our life on the road. The post 10 Couples Travel Lessons a la Kris and Tom appeared first on Travel Past 50.

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Cindy Baker | Travel Bliss Now

May 20, 2019

The Spray Lakes in Canada – A Getaway Guide

You may not be familiar with the Spray Lakes in Canada.  Or with Kananaskis Country. But I’ll let you in on the secret. Taken together, this pristine region in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta covers over 4000 square kilometres (1640 square miles) and 7 provincial parks.  There are extensive hiking trails, abundant wildlife and views… […]

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Veronica James | Gypsy Nester

May 20, 2019

The Inside Scoop on Alaska’s Inside Passage

Join us while we head north to Alaska for a celebration of David surviving sixty trips around the sun and a cruise through the Inside Passage. All of our young’uns, along with their significant others, will be joining us, so we are looking forward to lots of laughing, eating, and amazing sightseeing… CONTINUE READING >>  […]

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Karen Warren | WorldWideWriter

May 20, 2019

Travel to Bath – Podcast with Amateur Traveler

I recently participated in an Amateur Traveler podcast about my new hometown of Bath. I’ve written lots about the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath already – the Roman baths, the museums, the writers associated with Bath, and much more… But this was my chance to talk about my enthusiasm for the city! In the […]

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