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A small ship is part cruise ship and part private yacht. You have many of the advantages of cruising, but you can go to remote locations and out-of-the-way ports where big ships can’t go.…
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Responsible tourism is about tourists making environmentally friendly, sustainable, ethical and respectful choices when travelling and minimising the negative impact of tourism. Being responsible is…Continue
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Edited by Gina M. Gatta; Damron Company, 648 pages; paperback, $18.95
Reviewed by Heather Cassell
Don't leave home without it. Damron Women's Traveller, the most popular travel guide for…Continue
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What to tell you. For starters, don't drive in. Don't do it.
Park at the Piazzo de Michelangelo.
It's free. Then take a taxi in, or
you can walk it, but its a hike.
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Brilliant reds and yellows pop from these images because of the use of a rare-earth filter.
Jim DeLillo has announced today that he has added new images using this technique to his 'Autumn' gallery at…
PECKS POND MEETS AUTUMN LEAVES
Yes, Pecks Pond. What ever happened to apostrophes? But it's too fine a day to agonize about that; besides, I was looking for fall colors, not grammar. So I took a walk around this pond -- a lake, really -- on Rte. 402 in Pike County, part of the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. That's Pike, as in the general, not the fish.
Hola, I just got back yesterday from a lovely repeat visit to this gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage city, and the previous night, although on my various travels I’ve been hit up (and once literally stuck up) for cash, this one took the cake (the flan?). …
Published: Ocotber 3, 2011
Women are grabbing the last few hours of Indian summer before the holidays hit with three fun in the sun weekend getaways.…Continue
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Think Athens is an old, dusty, unmaintained, just another dirty city. A European capital with no reason to reason to spend an extensive stay, unless you’re a history buff or in transit to the Greek Islands, think again. Ask anyone in the world, who enjoys a vibrant nightlife, and I guarantee you that they will say, “Athens Rocks.” Even in hard…Continue
The Best Women's Travel Writing 2010: True Stories from Around the World
Edited by Stephanie Elizondo Grist; Travelers'…
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The Worldwide Rafting Championship 2011 is just around the corner. International teams have been arriving since last week and are already training at the renowned Pacuare River.
For the third time, Costa Rica will be hosting this important event; the first was back in 1991 for the first World Rafting Championship, then again in 1998. The International Rafting…
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Sometimes a vacation within a vacation is just the ticket before you head back to the everyday life you left behind a week ago. I had just finished up a 4-day trip to trendy St. Augustine, Jacksonville’s neighbor to the Southeast. After all that fabulous wining, dining, touring, and…Continue