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City or Country Travel Destinations?

JC Nichols Fountain at dusk with Giralda Tower, Kansas City, MO

People who want to maximize their vacation time usually go from one city or country to the next. This kind of travel will allow vacationers to see different places and different cultures in less time. If you are one of those people who like to do things this way, better …

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Travel to Choke Canyon in South Texas


Do you enjoy fishing and seeing natural wildlife? If the answer to either of those questions is yes, then you should pay a visit to Choke Canyon. In this article, I will describe what Choke Canyon has to offer you. Choke Canyon is a park that is located in south …

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Traveling Along the Caribbean Coast of Colombia


Now is actually the best time to travel to Colombia since tourism is still low. The country is still an undiscovered gem among travelers. You’ll have many premier destinations in Colombia almost to yourself. The Caribbean coast offers the traveler a spectacular experience. Where to go Many people are surprised …

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How to Travel Cheap by Train in Europe

Sweden, Stockholm, Elevated view of trains

Tips, Pros and Cons on How to Travel by Train in Europe, Scandinavia and the British Isles A train can be one of the most cost effective ways to see Europe. Europe, The British Isles and Scandinavia are connected by efficient railways that make it feasible to see as much …

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Advice for Women Traveling in Morocco


The multicultural and multilingual framework of Morocco entices many Americans. I myself became infatuated with the country after reading Suzanna Clarke’s A House in Fez. So, when presented with the opportunity to volunteer there, I booked a flight and stuffed a backpack full of scarves tout de suite. During my …

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Summer Travel Guide to London on a Budget


Combining Services Yields Additional Savings London is a city that has a great advantage for Americans: no language barrier. Although English is the common language, understanding the British born English, one often feels the need for translation. Nonetheless, this commonality allows you to board a plane and navigate through your …

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Ten Best American Travel Writers – from Twain to Theroux


Travel writing covers a wide spectrum .Guidebooks emphasize practical touring while travelogues, memoirs and essays are more concerned with a sense of place. Adventure and armchair travel take the reader on trips they may not want to hazard themselves -or cannot afford. The following group of writers include several of …

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