Hear about travel to the Dordogne region of France as the Amateur Traveler talks to Laurence Norah about this region known for it’s picturesque villages and castles. subscribe: rss feed | iTunes […]
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transcript of Travel to Far West China (Xinjiang) ? Episode 515 Chris: Amateur Traveler episode 515. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about deserts and mummies, mosques, markets, and snowcapped mountains as we […]
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I am recently returned from Germany, but from parts of Germany that don’t see as much tourism as Berlin and Munich. There are many places to see that are worth your time. […]
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This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guests: Don George ? Travel writer, edit and author of The Way […]
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Known worldwide for its Film Festival and Carnival, Sitges is a beachy escape less than an hour from Barcelona. With 17 beaches to choose from and an estimated 300+ sunny days a year, you?re sure to find a stretch of sand to call your own. When you get tired of soaking of the sun, just » Read more
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Going out in Amsterdam is one of the highlights of any Euro trip, from the pubs and dance clubs to the coffeeshops and the sultry Red Light District, it’s easy to have a fun night on the town. But how do you do it on the cheap? Here are some suggestions to let the good » Read more
Also known as Casa dels Ossos, or the “house of bones”, Casa Batlló in Barcelona looks like something Tim Burton and Walt Disney might have dreamed up for a movie set. Famed Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí built it in 1877 for one family, then renovated it into the masterpiece that it is today for another family » Read more
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Have you ever been to Kosovo? And no, I’m not talking about the state in the Balkans. The Kosovo I’m talking about is a tiny and picturesque Bulgarian village nestled in the Rhodope Mountains about an hour from Plovdiv and two hours from Sofia. Home to only eight permanent residents, Kosovo, Bulgaria is a beautiful but » Read more
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Ready to hit the road in France? While we love speeding around the country on the TGV’s high-speed rail network, sometimes it makes more sense to head off on your own four wheels. Renting a car allows you complete control over your itinerary, and permits you to visit smaller towns, tiny villages, and out-of-the-way wineries. » Read more
We were in Milwaukee for two days and wanted to explore the best of the city. Upon some recommendations from locals, we had a great time. Here are some great things to do in Milwaukee with kids. What to do in Milwaukee with kids We arrived in Milwaukee around noon and made our way to Discovery […]
All inclusive resorts have turned out to be extremely popular all around the world. These days, everybody wishes to go on holiday to exotic location or have leisure time at while sandy seashores. However for a lot of individuals a vacation is a costly proposition. So most affordable all inclusive resorts offer the ideal answer. […]
All about WWOOF … Organic farming has grown by leaps and bounds, and the need for farmers to communicate and interact grows more each day. This is where WWOOF comes in as it is a movement that aims to join organic farmers and growers with volunteers in an effort to increase cultural understanding. This is all […]
Road trips are fun, especially when the kids are happily occupied. Electronics are a lifesaver but shouldn’t be relied on all of the time. It’s nice when kids choose something else to do, on their own, without constant nagging from the front seat. Here are some great ideas for long car rides with kids. What do […]
Planning a vacation for yourself or for the family is supposed to be one of life’s guilty pleasures, right? Wrong! For many people, making travel arrangements for any type of vacation is enough to send them into a frenzy. Although planning for any type of vacation can be stressful, you need to remember to plan […]