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Joanne Karcz | Travel with Joanne

July 15, 2019

Campbelltown: Heritage, Art and a Japanese Garden

The two things that bring me to Campbelltown today are a heritage walk and that I can easily walk from the station to the Arts Centre while exploring the heritage of Campbelltown. When I last walked through the underpass from … Read the rest The post Campbelltown: Heritage, Art and a Japanese Garden appeared first […]

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Travel Journalist and Photographer Mary Charlebois | MaryGo

July 15, 2019

30 Days in Malta: Chapter 5

Malta has no rivers, lakes, or reservoirs. Water comes from the ocean, rain, or limited groundwater. Most potable water is desalinated sea water.

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Howard Blount | Backroad Planet

July 15, 2019

The Ava Gardner Museum: Tracing the Barefoot Contessa’s Carolina Roots

The Ava Gardner Museum in Smithfield, North Carolina, traces the story of a local tobacco farmer’s daughter catapulted to international stardom as a film legend and Hollywood royalty. The post The Ava Gardner Museum: Tracing the Barefoot Contessa’s Carolina Roots appeared first on Backroad Planet.

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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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Pamela McKuen | All The Write Places

July 15, 2019

U.S. CUSTOMS HOUSE IN PORTLAND, ME, IS AN ARCHITECTURAL TREASURE

Portland, Maine, is a charming seacoast city with a funky vibe and rich architectural context. One of its gems is the U.S. Customs House. During my recent stay, Visit Portland Maine arranged for me to tour this fabulous building.  Until the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1913, Americans (with a few […]

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Carmen Edelson | Carmen's Luxury Travel

July 15, 2019

The Trans Resort Bali – A Luxury Oasis

After traveling so long to get to Bali, staying at the luxurious Trans Resort Bali was the perfect way to recover and to begin the real vacation! The resort is only  10 kilometers from Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport, but also right in the middle of the lively and stylish area in Seminyak. This five […]

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Libby and Martin Rose | Wandering Rose Travels

July 15, 2019

Sampling Alaska with pre-cruise land trip

We’d thought about Alaska over the years. And then decided to stop wondering. So we booked a weeklong cruise into Glacier Bay National Park and added an extra week by land. The post Sampling Alaska with pre-cruise land trip appeared first on Wandering Rose Travels.

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Tam Warner Minton | Travels with Tam

July 15, 2019

Great Tips to Help You Enjoy Safe Travels While You are Abroad

http://tamtravels.wpengine.com Enjoy Safe Travels while you are abroad! Going on a first big trip can be exciting, but it comes with a certain level of apprehension. The post Great Tips to Help You Enjoy Safe Travels While You are Abroad appeared first on TRAVELS WITH TAM.

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Simon Collins | Free Two Roam

July 15, 2019

A Quick Guide to Baños: Ecuador’s Adventure town

After an amazing week in the Galapagos, we flew back to Quito for the night and left first thing the next morning on the Wanderbus. The Wanderbus is a hop-on-hop-off bus that you can use to travel all around Ecuador, stopping at places that interest you for a few days along the way. In our […]

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Barbara Weibel | Hole in the Donut

July 15, 2019

The Weird, Wonderful Critters of Tibet

One of my most indelible memories from India is of cows wandering the streets with impunity, protected by their holy status. Likewise, in Pokhara, Nepal, I was alarmed the first time I shared a sidewalk with a herd of buffalo. But humans are an adaptable species. After many visits to India and Nepal, freely wandering […]

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Connie Pearson | There Goes Connie

July 15, 2019

Helen, Georgia’s Hardman House and Lunch at Bernie’s

In recent blogs here and here, I’ve shared with you about Babyland General Hospital and Clyde’s Table nearby in Cleveland, Georgia. Then, I took you to see some of the folk pottery and gave you a recommendation for Mully’s in Helen, GA. Today I want to point history lovers to a site with Native American […]

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Rosalind and Alan Cuthbertson | Frequent Traveller

July 15, 2019

Eating Adventures Hong Kong Food Tour

We love Hong Kong, it’s a city with a dynamic 21st Century vibe, an international city which hosts multi-national business corporations and home to the millions of people who live there. Within this frenetic fast paced world, you will find pockets of traditional Hong Kong life. A place of vibrant bustling markets, local run restaurants […]

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Talek Nantes | Travels with Talek

July 15, 2019

7 SWITZERLAND VILLAGES YOU WILL LOVE

Switzerland is one of the top tourist destination in the world. And with good reason.  I’ve asked Switzerland expert and resident Anna Timbrook to tell us some of the reasons that make Switzerland so popular.  Her description of seven fairytale […] The post 7 SWITZERLAND VILLAGES YOU WILL LOVE appeared first on Travels with Talek.

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Clark Norton | Clark Norton

July 12, 2019

Haida Gwaii’s Magical Mix of Culture, Adventure

In this post, Part I of a two-part series, guest contributor and baby boomer Robert Waite chronicles his journey to little-visited Haida Gwaii, previously known as the Queen Charlotte islands, off the coast of British Columbia. Part I offers an introduction to the tumultuous history and compelling culture of the islands, while part II will […]

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Elaine J. Masters | Trip Well Gal

July 12, 2019

Tarpon Springs – A Slice of Greece in Florida

Tarpon Springs, Florida – A mear 30 minutes drive North West of Tampa off US Highway 19  is a seaside haven that makes you feel like you have been transported to a Grecian fishing village from the 1900s. Early History of Tarpon Springs Originally a playground destination for wealthy Northerners in the 1800s, Tarpon Springs… […]

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