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Inka Piegsa Quischotte | Glamour Granny Travels

July 16, 2019

Castles in the sand in Jordan

My trip to Jordan was only for four days and already a few years ago, but it’s definitely on my agenda for a return visit. I didn’t have a chance to send the night in Wadi Rum, but, thanks to my driver, I got to see sights I wouldn’t otherwise have known about. In particular…castles. […]

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Anda Galffy | Travel Notes and Beyond

July 16, 2019

3 Days in Vienna – Exploring the Best of Vienna on a Self-Guided Tour

Vienna is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Europe, just perfect for a long weekend trip. Although packed with attractions and historic landmark, Vienna’s city center can easily be explored in three days with some good planning. With that in mind, I’ve put together a 3-day itinerary that will help you see […]

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Lea Cramer | Fine Dining and Discourse

July 16, 2019

I need a vacation!

The post I need a vacation! appeared first on Fine Dining on Discourse.

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Beverley Malzard | Travelgal on the move

July 16, 2019

USA – Red Rocks and a Mile High City

Denver has been the subject of many songs by famous artists especially native son the late John Denver, but my fave is by Jimmy Buffet: I’m about a mile high in Denver Where the rock meets timberline  I’ve walked this ground from town to town  Just to finally call it mine Dating back to the […]

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Suzanne Stavert | Adventures of Empty Nesters

July 16, 2019

A Visit to Verona, Italy Will Amaze & Delight You, I Promise!

A Visit to Verona –  Absolutely! When you decide to take trip to Italy, cities like Rome, Florence and Venice come to mind immediately, don’t they? However there is a glaring omission from this list under the title of spectacular Italian cities and this charming city is Verona. I have been to Italy six times […]

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Beth Reiber | TravelReiber

July 16, 2019

The German in Hermann, Missouri

The German School in Hermann, Missouri My last name is a dead giveaway to my German ancestry. But even though I lived in Germany four years, speak the language, and began my freelance travel-writing career there, I never considered myself Teutonic. For that, I had to go to the Missourian village of Hermann to I […]

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Donna Hull | My Itchy Travel Feet

July 16, 2019

Weekend Nature Escapes near Cape Town

Cape Town, South Africa is known as one of the top spots where luxury travel and active travel converge. Whether its a relaxing beach break you’re after or a once-in-a-lifetime South African safari, this beautiful area of the world has just about everything. But, there’s even more to Cape Town than what’s on the beaten […]

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Tracy Collins | Tracy's Travels in Time

July 15, 2019

15 most beautiful towns in Switzerland to visit (includes map)

I have lived and worked in Switzerland and visited family living there many times so it is a country I know well. Some of the first things I am asked when people realise I have lived there are Where are the best places to visit in Switzerland? (Which are the best cities in Switzerland? The […]

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Robert Tellier | Gr8 Travel Tips

July 15, 2019

Abatan River Firefly Tour – Bohol Philippines

The post Abatan River Firefly Tour – Bohol Philippines appeared first on Gr8 Travel Tips. This Content Originally Appeared On And Is Copyright Protected By The Author at https://gr8traveltips.com Abatan River Firefly Tour Bohol With Valeroso Ralle On Tour On our recent vacation to the Philippines, we spent a few nights on the island of […]

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Simon Collins | Free Two Roam

July 15, 2019

Our Complete Guide to Quito, Ecuador

After spending so many years dreaming about travelling through South America, landing in Quito was like a dream that had finally come true. The capital of Ecuador was the starting point for our long-awaited trip to South America. We couldn’t have been more excited!  Although many people only visit Quito briefly, before heading to the […]

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Karen Warren | WorldWideWriter

July 15, 2019

Sushi, Fish and Fast Food: Exploring Japanese Cuisine in Tokyo

I’m delighted to share a guest post from Claire White of RubyOwl about the wonderful cuisine of Tokyo. Tokyo is a wonderful destination for foodies, whether they are looking for a great dining experience or edible gifts to bring home. From noodle bars to Japanese fine dining there is something to suit all tastes and […]

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Julie Fox | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

July 15, 2019

The Best Beaches in Portugal: A Local’s Guide

Given that the country has over 1,790 kilometres of coastline, it should come as no surprise to find that Portugal is brimming with beautiful beaches from north to south. Some of the best beaches in Portugal are relatively unspoilt and there is a great deal of variety among them. WhetherRead More → The post The […]

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

July 15, 2019

What Millennials Do When They Visit Carmel

What millennials do when they visit Carmel Carmel-by-the-Sea has always been a very special place for me. I grew up in the East Bay and we would visit my grandparents in Carmel every couple months. However, it wasn’t until I was in my twenties that I really started to appreciate all that Carmel had to […]

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Jennifer Huber | Solo Travel Girl

July 15, 2019

21 INDISPENSABLE TRAVEL TIPS FOR VISITING VENICE

I am sure that you have heard both good and bad things about Venice, but I have now been to the city four times and loved all of the time I spent there. I’ve put together some tips for visiting Venice to help ease your mind while you are there so that you too will […]

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