Hurricane Irma Update: Y-Not Floats & Getting Back to Marathon

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It’s been a long week since Irma hit the state of Florida and beyond – for all. Not just us. Given the (c) Technomadia - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Un mode de vie nomade

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Un mode de vie nomade peut paraitre idyllique pour certains, mais il peut paraitre ingrat et avoir un goût amer pour d’autres. Comme tout le reste dans la vie. Être nomade a d’incroyables avantages et quelques inconvénients. Le développement rapide de la technologie est en train de faire baisser le nombre d’anciennes tribunes nomades. Celles-ci sont en train de s’installer. D’un autre côté, de plus en plus de personnes deviennent des « nomades modernes » en adoptant le... (c) BecomeNomad - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Best Provence Farmers’ Market – Coustellet

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Best Provence Farmers' Market -Coustellet in the LuberonOne of the great joys of visiting Provence is the food and visiting spectacular farmers markets. We One of the great joys of visiting Provence is the exquisite food and visiting colorful, lively farmers markets which are so much a part of the culture. We were lucky to visit some of the best in southern France and especially fortuitous to ... (c) Soul Travelers 3 - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

3 Day Itinerary for Visiting the Unique Basque Region of Spain

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If you love mind-blowing views of endless green hills, majestic mountains washed by choppy ocean water, small cozy towns and old castles, then visiting the Basque region of Spain is exactly what you need. San Juan de Gaztelugatxe. Image: DepositPhotos.com What is Basque Country? Located in the North of Spain, at the border of France, this “comunidad autónoma” is a very special part of the country that significantly differs from the rest of it. The Basque region of Spain includes the Basque provinces of Álava, Biscay... (c) y Travel Blog - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

The Creation Museum: A Literal Interpretation From The Biblical Book of Genesis

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The exterior of Answers in Genesis’ Creation Museum in 2007 The Creation Museum opened its doors in May of 2007. The purpose of the facility, is to provide an alternative view of the history of man and the earth. The site can be found in Petersburg, Kentucky which is in Boone County and is located just 45 miles from Ark Encounter, whose founders share a similar belief in creation. It is the 16th stop in the ongoing series, Off The Beaten Path. The Creation Museum is operated by Answers in Genesis (AiG), which promotes a... (c) WanderingTrader - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

The Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

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The post The Colonial Zone in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic appeared first on LandLopers. (c) LandLopers - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

This Week in Travel – Episode 227

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This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and I are joined by this week’s guest Bhaskar Krishnamurthy, photographer and documentary filmmaker of “Elephants in the Coffee” Subscribe on iTunes This Week’s News: Chinese tourists arrested for Hitler salutes in Germany Disney World is building a restaurant that will make you feel like you’re dining in space Thailand targets Western ‘begpackers’ The U.S. will face a... (c) Everything Everywhere Travel Blog - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

The Evolution Of Khao San Road.

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Khao San Road is a microcosm of the tourism industry in Thailand, and its evolution into a package tour shell of its former self is reflective of Thailand as a whole, but is it too far gone for backpackers to ever enjoy again? Khao San Road; love it or loath it, it has held a special place... (c) Bemused Backpacker - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

5 Best NPS Battlefields for Outdoor Recreation

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History and adventure–doesn’t get much better than that, right? We’re lucky that our National Park Service values the preservation of historical sites around the country, and we’ve put together a list of some of the best battlefields and historical sites where you can also get your outdoor adventure on. Kings Mountain National Military Park Blacksburg, South Carolina Most of the battles of the Revolutionary War took place in South Carolina, and Kings Mountain National Military Park is known as the... (c) Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Christmas in Atlanta: 20+ Can’t-Miss Holiday Events

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Christmas in Atlanta: 20+ Can’t-Miss Holiday Events originally appeared on Green Global Travel. Everyone knows that we’re passionate about ecotourism and nature conservation. But unless you’re a long-time reader, you might not know that our family is equally wild about spending Christmas in Atlanta, our hometown. From mid-November right up through Christmas Eve, we make ... (c) Green Global Travel - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

11 Incredible LGBT Travel Movies

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Earlier this year, I added an LGBT column for the website to make the site more inclusive and talk about issues that affect some members of our community. We hear from LGBT voices about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and overall advice for other LGBT travelers! Returning this month is our column leader, Adam from Travels of Adam to share some of ... (c) Nomadic Matt's Travel Site - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Things to Do in Denver: 48 Hours in the Mile High City

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Denver City and County Building Ever since I was a kid learning to ski in northern New Jersey, I dreamed of skiing in Colorado. I even toyed with the idea of applying to the University of Colorado Boulder so that I could pack in more ski days per year. At age 19, I switched from skiing to snowboarding but never made it to Colorado before giving up the latter to start saving for my 'round the world trip. So when the opportunity arose for me to visit Colorado this Fall... (c) GoBackpacking - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Vienna – The Definition of Elegance

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Vienna is the Audrey Hepburn of capital cities: elegant, sophisticated, beautiful and glamorous. Commonly associated with opera and imperial history, few places compare with its grand museums, art nouveau architecture, open courtyards, cobbled streets and alabaster buildings glimmering with gold. Vienna is incredibly easy on the eye, almost like the whole city was built by one architect overnight (bar the whimsical Hunderwasserhaus building). It has a preserved-like quality, in a way that ... (c) The Culture Map - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

PHOTO: Immense Independence Square in Minsk, Belarus

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These days, Belarus is a truly European country, but emerge from the Metro onto Independence Square in Minsk and you would be forgiven for thinking you’d been transported to Russia. Construction on the square began in 1964, well before the breakup of the Soviet Union, and in some ways it perfectly reflects the Russian ... (c) Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

The Burren, a Surprising Irish Landscape

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A great excursion on the west coast of Ireland is to the Burren, an otherworldly rock karst landscape. In the Burren, Ireland’s typically green hills give way to rolling expanses of rough limestone. Periods of glaciation beginning more than 300 million years ago shaped the terrain and formed the deep grikes (crevices) seen in the rocks today. The unusual setting ... (c) Artisans of Leisure – Luxury Travel Blog – Artisans of Leisure - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

The best resorts and chalets for every type

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Every year it is the same story, which ski resort and chalets are the most adequate ones that fit to you and your family or friends. Everyone has different needs and imaginations of a perfect winter holiday. Paradizo thought to help you a bit and collect some useful information for each type of winter holiday (c) Luxury Travel Tips and Vacation Ideas - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

My hOtel: São Lourenço do Barrocal, Alentejo, Portugal

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I was looking for ideas for where to stay on our annual Summer trip to the South of Portugal – the format is always the same, 2 nights in the Alentejo, 5 nights in the Algarve and 2 in Lisbon. It is what we call our July ‘back to home’ summer trip. There have been a few openings recently and I asked those who know best: my readers. And with 40+ individual recommendations from a post on my Facebook place, there was a clear candidate: São Lourenço... (c) Mrs. O Around the World – a luxury travel blog by Ana Silva O'Reilly - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Three Priceless Days in Paris

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Paris never gets old—it grows with you, although it never seems to age. I don’t love Paris more now than I did back in 2005, when I made my first visit to the City of Lights, I just love it in a different way. One of the main things I hope to convey to you with this Paris itinerary 3 days (or longer) ... (c) Leave Your Daily Hell - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Luxury for Less: Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Santa Fe Plaza/Tourism Santa Fe Culture, history, art, top-notch cuisine — New Mexico’s capital has it all. Best of all, you don’t have to spend a fortune for an upscale experience. Here is our guide to a luxe, but not too expensive, weekend in Santa Fe. What to Do Art is a major draw in “The City... (c) Shermans Travel Blog - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Staying in Downton Abbey, Sorry, Tylney Hall & Gardens in England

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  Tylney Hall and Gardens in Jane Austen’s Hampshire carries a sense of vintage grandeur and unhurried luxury Many an English drama sees a vintage vehicle swerving through tree-lined gravel to pull up outside a stately home with a flourish. Staying at Tylney Hall & Gardens allows you to make cinematic fantasy real. You can continue in the central role, walking past oak-panelled staircases and fragrant rose gardens into a a relaxed and beautiful world where you’ve landed on the better... (c) Inside the Travel Lab - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Timeshare: The Better and Cheaper Way to Travel On Occasion

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Categories: Best OfTravelingBody: Many people would travel more if only it wasn't so expensive. One of the best ways that I know of to travel on a budget is by buying or renting a timeshare resale from an existing owner. These are timeshares for sale and rent by owner, so their prices are significantly discounted from the price you’d pay through a resort directly. When I express... (c) Wandering Educators - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

Iconic Things to See in Rome, Italy on Your Vacation

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Italy is one of those designations that is dear to most of us, we love the food and know much about the incredible culture. There are lots of things to see in Rome and below are some places which are all very central and not to be missed. You could spend a year of your life exploring Rome and barely scratch the surface but the ones I’ve listed below are some of the top attractions and worthwhile. I’ve been to Rome several times but recently had the pleasure of visiting with my friends from Monograms and let ... (c) Stop Having a Boring Life - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

How I spent 48 hours in Nashville

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How I spent 48 hours in Nashville, TN A few weeks ago I visited Music City for the first time. I was in Nashville attending a conference that was hosted at the iconic Gaylord Opryland Resort. Because of this, I really didn’t have a lot of time to play tourist. Most of my time was spent at the resort ... (c) Traveling Canucks - Read entire story here. … [Read more]

5 Great Hikes in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory

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Oregon is one of America’s most beautiful states when it comes to nature. When we spent a long weekend in Oregon City, our main goal was to spend as much time outdoors as possible. There is a multitude of hiking trails of varying difficulty available to visitors to Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. The five Oregon hikes that we chose provided a nice sampling of what Oregon has ... (c) Travel the World - Read entire story here. … [Read more]