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Christina Román | Explore Now or Never

September 18, 2019

California in December: 14 Ideas for The Perfect Getaway

California in December is a special treat! As the rest of the country is zipping into down coats and pondering snowplows, California is frequently drenched in sunshine, with just scattered rain showers and slightly cooler temperatures in the mid-sixties. Summer crowds are gone, leaving pristine beaches empty as iconic cities dress up in holiday glitter. […]

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Tracy Collins | Tracy's Travels in Time

September 18, 2019

Things to see and do in 3 days in San Francisco

Located on the east coast of California, the city of San Francisco is an excellent destination for a vacation and has lots of great to see and do to appeal to visitors from all over the world.   If you are traveling along the east coast on the Amtrak Coast Starlight 2 or 3 days […]

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Donna Janke | Destinations Detours and Dreams

September 18, 2019

Edmonton Neon Museum

A collection of neon signs in downtown Edmonton, Alberta showcase Edmonton history There is something fascinating about the luminous glow of neon signs. Georges Claude is credited with developing the first neon lamp by applying an electrical discharge to a sealed tube of neon gas. This produced a glowing red effect, but other colours can […]

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Jane Dempster-Smith | To Travel Too

September 18, 2019

Walk of Revolution Tour Hue Vietnam

Hue, is one of Vietnam’s most important cities. To understand it’s importance in Vietnamese history a “Walk of Revolution Tour’ by one of Bee… The post Walk of Revolution Tour Hue Vietnam appeared first on To Travel Too.

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Geoff Moore | The Travel Trunk

September 12, 2019

Train Track Trails and Trafalgar Arundell Arms Lifton

The English County with its historic connection to the very days of the birth of steam power is alive and thriving it seems still in the 21st century? A quiet relaxing weekend in the country east of the River Tamar… The post Train Track Trails and Trafalgar Arundell Arms Lifton appeared first on The Travel […]

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Rebecca Forstadt Olkowski | Baby Boomster

September 12, 2019

Feel the Magic of Japan – 12 Most Beautiful Places to Visit

Japan may be a small country, but it has a rich culture spanning thousands of years. This is the home of sushi, Zen Buddhism, anime and countless castles testifying of its resonant history. However, the Land of the Rising Sun is much more. Traditional landscapes and modern architecture coexist perfectly and offer unique sights and […]

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Linda Malys Yore | Linda on the Run

September 12, 2019

Charming Things To Do In Killarney For First Time Visitors

Are you looking things to do in Killarney, Ireland while you are visiting for the first time? Killarney is located at the northern end of the Ring Of Kerry. It is the perfect place to stay if you are hoping… The post Charming Things To Do In Killarney For First Time Visitors appeared first on […]

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Jane Canapini | Grownup Travels

September 12, 2019

In Search of the White Whale: Whale-Watching in Québec Maritime

Call me Ishmael. Well, call me Ahab, actually, because like the obsessed captain from the novel Moby Dick, I was on the hunt for the white whale – only this time the white whale wasn’t some menacing giant out in the vast expanse of the open seas, but a smiling beluga in the St. Lawrence […]

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Leigh McAdam | HikeBikeTravel

September 12, 2019

The Best Hotel in Rossland BC to Sleep, Eat & Play

A visit to Rossland BC has been on my radar for years. While I didn’t appreciate what a cute mountain town Rossland is until my summer visit, I did know that the town is a dream destination – albeit an… The post The Best Hotel in Rossland BC to Sleep, Eat & Play appeared first […]

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Frank Thomae | BBQ Boy

September 12, 2019

Are Eastern Europeans unfriendly?

People are always saying that Eastern Europeans are unfriendly. We met a South African couple recently in Croatia who mentioned […] The post Are Eastern Europeans unfriendly? appeared first on The Travels of BBQboy and Spanky.

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Michael Taylor | Accidental Travel Writer

September 12, 2019

An Evening with Harlan Goldstein at Comfort Food for Friends (in Pattaya, Thailand)

Where to Eat in Pattaya Harlan Goldstein’s Comfort Food for Friends is a fine dining restaurant serving an eclectic menu of mouth-watering dishes in casual surroundings. The charming eatery is located in the heart of Cozy Beach, a foodie enclave in Pattaya, Thailand. Meet Harlan Goldstein Harlan Goldstein and I go back a long way. I […]

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Kristin Henning and Tom Bartel | Travel Past 50

September 12, 2019

Many Ways to Visit Trondheim, Norway

Whether arriving in Trondheim Norway via one of the St. Olav Pilgrim routes or otherwise, the city deserves a few days visit. Here are things to do and suggested Trondheim hotels and restaurants. The post Many Ways to Visit Trondheim, Norway appeared first on Travel Past 50.

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Libby and Martin Rose | Wandering Rose Travels

September 12, 2019

Tips for avoiding crowds at Arches National Park

I don’t want to be a Jimmy Joykill, because Arches National Park in Utah and its amazing rock formations give my family boulder-sized goosebumps. Next to Yellowstone, Arches may be the most unusual and fascinating park on the planet. The post Tips for avoiding crowds at Arches National Park appeared first on Wandering Rose Travels.

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

September 12, 2019

Insider Tips to Coit Tower in San Francisco

Coit Tower is one of San Francisco’s most recognized landmarks. Post contributed by Lisa Crovo Dion San Francisco’s original phallic structure is Coit Tower, the graceful art deco column atop Telegraph Hill. Sorry, Salesforce, Coit Tower was here first. Coit Tower is one of San Francisco’s most recognized and beloved landmarks. Legend persists […] The […]

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Keith and Tina Paul | Retire Early and Travel

September 12, 2019

The Best Souvenirs to Buy in India

We love sharing ideas for the best souvenirs to buy around the world! In our latest guide, we explore what to buy from India. The Best Souvenirs to Buy in India Bangles | Bracelet Charms | Brass, Copper & Steel Ware | Darjeeling Tea | Jaipur Quilts | Kondapalli Wooden Toys | Kullu Shawls | Masala […]

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