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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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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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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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Betsi Hill | Betsi's World

September 12, 2019

Alabama Romantic Getaway for Two

Romantic Getaway in Alabama This post contains affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links Betsi’s World receives a small commission that helps support this site at no additional cost to you   There are many Alabama romantic getaways for you to enjoy with your partner. From the rustic to the more luxurious options, this […]

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John And Susan Pazera | Latitude Adjustment

September 10, 2019

Medellín’s Feria de las Flores

“¡Cuando un silletero pasa, es Antioquia la que pasa!” – Crowd chant at the 2019 Medellín Parade of Silleteros It means: “When a silletero passes, it’s Antioquia that passes!” The silletero is one of the most potent symbols of Antioquia, the huge Colombian province that includes Medellín as its largest city. Sillateros and their burdens […]

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Linda Malys Yore | Linda on the Run

September 10, 2019

The Ultimate 7 Day Ireland Itinerary

Are you looking for the ultimate 7 day Ireland itinerary? Seven days is a great amount of time to explore the Emerald Isle. I was in Ireland with my family and our 7 day Ireland itinerary road trip was filled with… The post The Ultimate 7 Day Ireland Itinerary appeared first on Linda On The Run.

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Rebecca Forstadt Olkowski | Baby Boomster

September 10, 2019

Travel Tips for Baby Boomers to Make Your Next Trip More Enjoyable

Travel is one of the many perks of getting older. As money is saved, kids leave the nest, and retirement looms closer, travel becomes easier to afford and fit into a schedule for many boomers looking to see the world around them. However, travel can also become confusing as the years go by. There are […]

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Leigh McAdam | HikeBikeTravel

September 10, 2019

The Pickle Jar Lakes Hike in Kananaskis Country

The Pickle Jar Lakes hike is a standout if you’re a fan of mountain lakes. And judging by the popularity of this Kananaskis hike, people love a lake as a destination. Four lakes. Even better – though not all are… The post The Pickle Jar Lakes Hike in Kananaskis Country appeared first on Hike Bike […]

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Jennifer Huber | Solo Travel Girl

September 10, 2019

Where to View Florida’s Murals

Dozens of Florida municipalities and private organizations have come together to commission artists and tell a story through gorgeous murals. The post Where to View Florida’s Murals appeared first on Solo Travel Girl.

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Julie Fox | Julie Dawn Fox in Portugal

September 10, 2019

Setting A New Relaxation Game Plan For My Life After 60

I started this post several times only to erase the words when they hit the page. Today I’m ready to release the litany. Ready to tell you dear readers that I’ve reached BURNOUT and I need to learn to relax… The post Setting A New Relaxation Game Plan For My Life After 60 appeared first […]

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Kathy Marris | 50 Shades of Age

September 10, 2019

Tassie Trip: Freycinet Peninsula

The Freycinet Peninsula, is a long skinny land formation carved into Tasmania’s eastern coastline. It is mainly renowned for its pink granite mountain range, The Hazards and its sheltered, white sand beaches. The post Tassie Trip: Freycinet Peninsula appeared first on 50 Shades of Age.

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Libby and Martin Rose | Wandering Rose Travels

September 10, 2019

Explore Charleston by bicycle: Biking the Beach-2-Battery route

Charleston is home to one of our favorite bicycle rides… from Isle of Palms over the Ravenel Bridge and through the streets of historic Charleston. The post Explore Charleston by bicycle: Biking the Beach-2-Battery route appeared first on Wandering Rose Travels.

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Donna Hull | My Itchy Travel Feet

September 10, 2019

Glamping Tips for Baby Boomers

A lot of people are turned off by the thought of camping because they’d prefer a comfortable stay over roughing it. That’s where glamping comes in. Luxury camping isn’t a new idea by any means, but the concept is breaking out into all types of distinct branches, from treehouses and pods, some more luxurious, others […]

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