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It's that time of year again, when we all resolve to lose a little weight, gain a little muscle, spend more time with friends and family... And this year, we really mean it. Right? Well, regardless of your success rate with past New Year's resolutions, here's a list for the traveler in you that shouldn't be too hard to keep.
1. Pack light.
2. Travel more.…
Why in the world should you settle for all those cheesy malls and resort gift shops, the cruise-terminal complexes and hypercommercialized downtowns clogged with cookie-cutter perfume, watch, and T-shirt shops? If you know where to look, it’s still possible to find unique local…Continue
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I believe that most of us should have some hobbies that we can utilize to escape the true world. A few are straightforward, like sewing, and others tend to be more adventurous. My favorite thing
to accomplish is go ice diving. This isn’t an easy thing to try and do -
but it can be rather fun. Obviously you just have to find the correct
supplies that will allow it to come about.
The dry suit…Continue
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Travel honchos in the travel and tourism industry are running a bit scared.
With all the hand-wringing about…
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It is a massive understatement to say that the Appenzell region of Switzerland has character. Appenzell is exactly how you hope the German part of Switzerland will be. Well-known among the Swiss as the most traditional area in the country, its inhabitants remain…Continue
As I trotted behind my guide along the trails that Jack London once rode, I imagined myself as one of the many friends he led on horseback rides through his 1,400-acre Beauty Ranch in the early 1900s. We galloped through stands of…Continue
It is more and more difficult to find nice hotels in Paris. Of course you have plenty of hotels but some are not well managed with unpleasant receptionists, some are well located but not as clean they should be and some others are too much expensive .
I sent one of my friend, Laeticia, to the hotel Art Hotel Congres, located 44 rue Gauthey (17th district). She called me one day and said to me, would you be nice to help me; I need a room from tonight for my husband, my son (2…Continue
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Serenity Vacations is pleased to bring you this article about how to find the very best deals on ski vacations this year. Skiing is one of the world’s most popular winter sports and vacation travel options abound. As anyone knows why has been on a ski
vacation, they can be some of the most expensive vacations around.
However, with a little planning a ski vacation does not have to break your bank account. There is actually an abundance of affordable…Continue
There are wondrous tours available in India that will take people to visit some historic and allow them to do things that they may never have done before. One of the most common travel tours is a visit to the Golden Triangle Tour. Travel India and visit the Golden Triangle, which would allow visitors the chance to see exotic and beautiful…Continue
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With most of the individuals overburdened with the work pressures as well as their personal lives. A growing number of adults choose to remain single. This of course does not mean that the single people do not have desire to enjoy a social life or have fun. And one thing on every single’s mind this holiday season is taking up a solo travel.
Solo travelling for women can be very exciting. Thanks to the wide range of tours available with the…Continue
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