transcript of Travel to the Dordogne Region of France ? Episode 522 Chris: Amateur Traveler, Episode 522. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about markets and castles, prehistoric caves, fake prehistoric caves, and […]
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Hear about travel to the Finger Lakes in New York as the Amateur Traveler talks to Lillie Marshall from Around the World “L” about this area of water and wine. Both Lillie […]
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transcript of Travel to Greenland ? Episode 521 Chris: Amateur Traveler, episode 512. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about glaciers and reindeer, musk oxen and the Arctic Circle Trail as we go […]
Dusseldorf is a place of contrasts — a bustling, artistic and fashionable city of nearly 600,000 inhabitants in the western reaches of Germany along the Rhine River, it manages to feel like both a big city and a small town. Its economy roars along, with local industries still chugging, while fashion boutiques and upscale department » Read more
Munich’s famous festival tradition, Oktoberfest, always begins the second-to-last weekend in September and ends the first weekend of October. We prefer going in September before the masses start arriving from all over Europe and the world. But no matter what day you go, prepare for an unforgettable time ? if you can remember anything at » Read more
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Dubbed the Elbflorenz (“Florence on the Elbe River”), Dresden is one of Germany?s most beautiful and historically interesting cities. Dresden is the capital of Saxony, a state in the former East Germany. Though heavily bombed by the allies in 1945, much of Dresden?s opulent baroque architecture has been restored, which is juxtaposed with classic GDR-era » Read more
We all know that feeling. You’re planning and booking your European adventure, and when you get to the end of a big-ticket purchase (like a round-trip airline ticket to Rome or a hotel room in London) a travel insurance box pops up and asks whether you want to insure your purchase in case something goes » Read more
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European budget hands know well the financial horrors of traveling in Switzerland. There is almost no way to spend time in the country without blowing a huge hole in your wallet. Yet here, in the country?s largest city, you can snag a nice single room at Zum Guten Glück for just 69 CHF ($70; ?63) » Read more
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Thinking of traveling to Europe with your family? Here we discuss and recommend some of the best eco-friendly family breaks in Europe that you can enjoy. These are filled with fun activities and will also enable you to be eco-friendly. It will be a good way to teach kids about how their actions create an impact on the […]
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Thinking of the perfect way to have an adventure of a lifetime? To make it even more special and memorable, do not just plan to go just anywhere. Pick an eco-friendly destination and travel green which will allow you to have a good time while also helping the environment. Here’s the place to research one of the best eco-friendly […]
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Tips for green travel should not be only an opportunity to revel in the beauty of the destination, but to also practice being eco-friendly. Keep on reading and learn about some of the ways by which you can be green during your holiday. And once you?re done these sites have more green travel tips! Green Travel Tips […]
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The decision to take the wilderness trip of a lifetime comes paired with a timeless practical equation: how to make sure you?ll be safe and comfortable while minimizing the ?faff? factor. Essential Backpacking Tips and Items to Pack for your Backpacking Adventure. That backpack, the home-in-a-bag, is a complex organism, deeply personal yet highly practical. Yet […]
We left Iowa and Nebraska and made our way through Wyoming for our month-long road trip. There’s so much to do in Wyoming with kids. Enjoy nature, history, geology, ecology and more. Here’s what to do when you have three days in Wyoming. 7 awesome places to go in Wyoming with kids Driving on I-80, you’ll enjoy beautiful […]