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Donna Hull | My Itchy Travel Feet

July 18, 2019

Heart Thumping Travel Adventures for Baby Boomers

This article was developed in collaboration with St. Joseph® Low Dose Aspirin. Personal opinions and thoughts within this article are my own. Have you experienced new adventures on boomer travels that put a little love in your heart, and an enthusiasm to try it again on the next trip? Isn’t that the best? Since starting […]

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Carmen Edelson | Carmen's Luxury Travel

July 18, 2019

Off the Beaten Path Europe Cities: 5 Locations For Your Bucket List

Summer is here! That means it’s time to travel to gorgeous and exciting destinations around the world. There’s nothing better than packing your bag and catching a flight to Europe. Yet it can be even more exciting to visit destinations that many travelers overlook. That’s right, you might want to skip the major tourist cities in […]

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Michael Taylor | Accidental Travel Writer

July 18, 2019

Hong Kong British Pub That Is Forever England

With apologies to Rupert Brooke, there’s a Hong Kong British pub that is forever England. The Better Ole in the Northern New Territories has been in the Yuen family for three generations, one of a dwindling number of family-run eateries in a city awash in chain restaurants. The post Hong Kong British Pub That Is […]

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Veronica James | Gypsy Nester

July 17, 2019

A Fiberglass Menagerie – the Mecca of Roadside Ginormous Stuff

Nothing lifts the spirits while traveling through America quite like the sight of a fiberglass colossus looming in the distance. On a summertime roadtrip, through the shimmering  heat from the highway, a form begins to take shape… CONTINUE READING >>  The post A Fiberglass Menagerie – the Mecca of Roadside Ginormous Stuff appeared first on […]

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Jan Robinson | Budget Travel Talk

July 17, 2019

Ten Reasons to drive north from Townsville to Lucinda

The City of Townsville North Queensland sits snugly inside Cape Cleveland, in the lee of Magnetic Island Australia. We were both born in Townsville and until a year ago it was our home base. Townsville gets 320 days of sunshine a year and has an enviable outdoor lifestyle. We loved that we could go fishing, […]

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David and Linda Aksomitis | Guide 2 Travel

July 17, 2019

New Zealand Travel Ideas — 6 Extraordinary Adventures

Discover the wonders of New Zealand with these New Zealand travel ideas. You’ll find 6 extraordinary adventures from glowworm caves to sightseeing cruises. The post New Zealand Travel Ideas — 6 Extraordinary Adventures appeared first on guide2travel.ca.

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Tam Warner Minton | Travels with Tam

July 17, 2019

A Guide to the Best Tourist Spots in Spectacular Barcelona Spain!

http://tamtravels.wpengine.com I have always wanted to explore Barcelona, but haven’t yet made it to Spain! When a chance to publish this article came along, I grabbed it. Enjoy the best tourist spots in Barcelona…it is certainly on my bucket list! The post A Guide to the Best Tourist Spots in Spectacular Barcelona Spain! appeared first […]

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Keith and Tina Paul | Retire Early and Travel

July 17, 2019

The Spice Island | Why Grenada is a Great Destination for Food Lovers

The Caribbean is best known for its pretty beaches. But Grenada, known as the Spice Island, has far more to offer, especially to those of us who love chocolate, spices and tropical fruit, delicious food, lush green rain forests, and some of the most welcoming people in the world. Read on to discover the best Grenada […]

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Donna Hull | My Itchy Travel Feet

July 17, 2019

Explore Vietnam on a Mekong Delta Shore Excursion

Updated 07.16.2019:  On a Mekong Delta shore excursion, Alan and I discovered a touristy experience that’s usually not our cup of tea. I can’t say it’s my most favorite Asia cruise excursion, but I did appreciate the introduction to life along the Mekong River, prime people watching and an interesting way to spend the day […]

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Geoff Moore | The Travel Trunk

July 17, 2019

The UK’s Largest Free Seafood Festival

The UK’s largest free seafood festival has just completed another outstanding and busy weekend of  great dining and drinking. Leading the sponsorship for the event is one of England’s top sparkling wine producers from Sussex, the award winning vineyard of… The post The UK’s Largest Free Seafood Festival appeared first on The Travel Trunk.

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Kathy Marris | 50 Shades of Age

July 17, 2019

Beware of Affordable Holiday Packages

Beware of affordable holiday packages! From our recent experience with the “cheap as chips” travel agency, TripADeal on a 14 day Sri Lanka/Maldives trip there is absolutely no flexibility. Once you’ve booked and paid there is no flexibility and no changes can be made. It doesn’t matter if you’ve moved interstate, had a death in the… […]

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Patti Morrow | Luggage and Lipstick

July 17, 2019

10 Most Instagrammable Places in Tongli, China

I’d never heard of Tongli before stepping foot in the 1100-year-old, world’s oldest water town.  Now, I’d be hard-press to name a more visually stunning, charming place in all of China.  Sure, I still love the neon glitz of Shanghai’s Bund, but the spectacular, Instagrammable places in Tongli inevitably etched their beauty on my memory. […]

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Rebecca Forstadt Olkowski | Baby Boomster

July 17, 2019

Echo Park Lake: A City Oasis for Urbanites Near Downtown LA

Located just west of Downtown Los Angeles is Echo Park. It’s an artistic and diverse community where bohemians and hipsters commiserate in gentrified coffee shops, hang out in cozy bars or shop in far-out boutiques. It also has a rough side, with its share of immigrants, homeless, and colorful characters. But one place everyone can […]

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