Have you heard about the latest social media travel craze in Australia? One of the most popular (and cutest) things to do is to take a selfie with a Quokka on Rottnest […]
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Visit Phnom Penh in Cambodia with the Amateur Traveler: This video shows a cyclo (pedicab or bicycle rickshaw) tour of downtown. We took this ride through the streets of the city as […]
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Hear about travel to Cincinnati, Ohio as the Amateur Traveler talks to Erin Hinsen and Seth Walsh from UnlockCincinnati.org about the Queen City. “Cincinnati is, I would argue, one of the nations […]
transcript of Travel to Auvergne, France ? Episode 504 Chris: Amateur Traveler, episode 504. Today, the Amateur Traveler talks about volcanoes and cathedrals, castles and cheese as we go to the Auvergne […]
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Without a doubt, Madrid deserves a place on your European itinerary. The third largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin, it?s packed with museums overflowing with amazing art, restaurants and bars serving up tasty tapas and local cuisine ? but what about your budget? ¡Ningún problema! No problem ? you don?t have » Read more
London is a shopper?s paradise, catering to all needs and budgets. Suffice to say, you could blow a load of money very, very easily in London?s shops. This guide will help you navigate the huge choice and save a little bit of cash in the process ? how much you save, of course, depends on » Read more
Officially, the public transportation system in Berlin goes by the rather daunting name, Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe, but Berliners all lovingly shorten it to BVG (beh-fow-gey). The BVG includes the U-Bahn and S-Bahn, as well as hundreds of bus lines, trams (a type of street car only running in former East Berlin), and even ferries. Berlin?s transportation » Read more
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It?s the only time that anyone in Paris will be excited to hear the word puces ? or fleas. The city?s iconic flea markets, often just called les puces, allow tourists to spend hours browsing everything from vintage prints and dusty books to tarnished jewelry and Louis XV furniture. The odds of finding an affordable, one » Read more
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In this historic city flanked by the sea and the Douro River, striking modern art and architecture, like the diamond-shaped Casa da Música, mingle with the region?s traditional granite buildings cheered by colorful ceramic tiles. Welcome to Porto. The second largest city in Portugal after Lisbon, Porto is a budget traveler?s paradise. Eating and drinking, » Read more
In recent decades, the only way to research flights and airline prices was through a travel agency. Now, the Internet enables anyone to prepare their own itinerary, so why use a travel agent? There are lots of reasons to use a travel agency. I definitely consider myself a do-it-yourself traveler, especially international travel. I’m on track to […]
Rather than being the one day a year when everyone does something to reduce their impact, then forgets about it until next year, Earth Day should be a time for resolutions and new beginnings.... I've been focusing my energies on seeking green ways to furnish and repair our new (to us - it was built in 1925) house and helping nonprofits navigate the world of social media and online marketing by launching a new division of a direct mail company.
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We environmentalists tend to take ourselves pretty seriously most of the year, Earth Day is no exception. Earth Day activities should be reflective, fun and easy to do. It could and maybe should also be educational. If you’re looking for a unique way to commemorate Earth Day, or to go green any day, you’ve come to […]
We finally did it! After six years and 15+ visits to the Legoland Discovery Center in the Chicago area, we made it to Legoland California. I really wanted to get my elementary-aged boys there before they outgrew it, though they love imaginative and creative play, and playing with Lego-anything is still one of their favorite […]
Dumping sites and litter bins found in towns or even in our households contain lots of discarded items that could be put into use again. Environmentalists have put up a spirited campaign to ensure that we sustainably interact with our environment, especially when throwing away non-biodegradable items. Repurposing and recycling the things you own but […]