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28 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Taking in Florence

Few countries in the world are as heavily regionalized as Italy. For the size that it is, you would be forgiven for thinking that what is true in the north is just as true in the south – but you couldn’t be more wrong. On top of the climate changing drastically from mountain to sun-kissed […]

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27 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Farming Vacations and Homestays

For some of us, vacation means putting your feet up, soaking up some sun and forgetting about the responsibilities of real life for a little while. For some intrepid travellers, however, agritourism is an exciting and rewarding vacation option. Agritourism is a vacation industry built on the romantic ideal of country life. Farmers open their […]

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20 March 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Undersea Travel: The World’s Underwater Hotel Scene

Is there anything more sensational than a hotel under the sea? It’s the opportunity to see ocean creatures in their natural habitat, the thrill of going to sleep surrounded by water and the overall impression that you are witnessing a part of the world that is usually shrouded in mystery that make underwater hotels so […]

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06 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

What to do on Queens Day in Amsterdam

So you have taken the plunge and you have decided to head for Amsterdam for one of the biggest street parties in Europe. This is a commendable decision that you sure won’t regret. As you pack your orange into your suitcase here are a few suggestions for how to best enjoy Queen’s Day and not […]

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26 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Cruises – A Different Way to See the World

Taking a cruise is the perfect way to see the world while kicking back and relaxing. No other method of travel allows you to see and do as many things as a cruise does, moving from port to port but you yourself staying put in absolute comfort. Regardless of your port of call or the […]

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20 February 2013 ~ 1 Comment

Hamlet at Kronborg Castle

“There’s something rotten in the State of Denmark.”The words of the eternal bard Shakespeare in one of his master pieces: “Hamlet.” Each year Hamlet is performed at the plays true location at Kronborg castle in Elsinore, Denmark.  This performance is put on by the United Kingdom’s Globe Theatre an acting troop that comes intact with […]

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12 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How to Get the Most from Your Rewards Card

Reward credit cards have been increasing in popularity over the past decade. Many consumers like the idea of getting a reward for making purchases that they would have made anyway. No matter what form you want your rewards to be in, there are many methods to maximize the value of your purchases.   Earn rewards […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Things to do in Montreal

If you have come to Canada one must experience both the French and English Canadian lifestyles to fully experience the country. One of Canada’s most dynamic and cultural relevant locations is Montreal. While the main thing to do is take in the old city, one of the most culturally relevant spots in the city, the […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Reasons you should Travel when You’re Young

There are different paradigms in life about ways to best live. One question that comes up for people who have an interest in travel is when is it best to do it – when you’re older or younger? Now when I talk about traveling I am talking about for extended periods not ten days in […]

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04 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Hostels to Stay in Brighton England

Every backpacker uses word of mouth of other travelers to find themselves a good hostel to lay their head at night. This blog is going to look at a few of the best options in the lovely sea side city of Brighton, England. Nicknamed “London by the sea” Brighton is a spot that shouldn’t be […]

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