transcript of Travel to Hamburg, Germany ? Episode 470 Chris: Amateur Traveler Episode 470, today the Amateur Traveler talks about the second biggest port in Europe. A former member of the Hanseatic League, […]
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This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guest: Sherry Ott of Ottsworld Subscribe on iTunes | Become a Fan on Facebook | Download […]
Hear about travel to New Orleans Louisiana as the Amateur Traveler talks to freelance journalist Jill Robinson. Jill agrees with Earl King “There ain’t no city like New Orleans”. “It’s the least […]
Preparing for an upcoming trip to Paris and looking for the perfect place to stay for your budget? The options can be a bit overwhelming, and the room rates rather shocking. How many stars should you book? Which neighborhood is recommended… and which should be avoided? What’s for breakfast? Why are the rates so high? » Read more
I am sure that by now most European travelers have heard of the many virtues of river cruising. I must say, river cruising is a wonderful way to discover or rediscover small town Europe, as well as numerous world class capitals. While river cruising is generally not considered a budget vacation, with a little planning » Read more
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London is huge! Even Londoners can feel they?ve barely scratched the surface of the city, so what?s the poor visitor with limited time and budget to do? Fear not, you can tackle most of the big sights ? and some interesting extras ? over the course of just a few days. We?ve created three suggested » Read more
Amsterdam is a no brainer when visiting The Netherlands. It has tons of old world charm and plenty of excellent budget hotels. After a few days in this vibrant city, usually next on the list would be a day trip to Rotterdam, the Keukenhof flower garden or The Hague. But staying in Amsterdam offers a » Read more
During my time living in Barcelona I?ve met many Europeans who have traveled to the US. I always ask them where they chose to go, curious as to which places enticed them. The truth is, with rare exceptions, I know the answer to my own question. Inevitably most respond: California (Los Angeles + San Francisco), Las » Read more
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You’ve decided that the annual trip will be a cruise this year; but with so many options out there and all of the cruise lines advertising their vacation packages, how are you supposed to know which ship is going to be the best? Are you looking for a family friendly ship? A ship with green…
Through my childhood, in the 70s and 80s, and even through the 1990’s, my sister and I would joke how my father always chose made in America products. When we asked for gift suggestions for his birthday, Father’s Day and other holidays, he would always make sure to note “make sure it is made in America.”…
Many cruise lines and cruise companies are going green. The name Disney has been a trusted household name for years, especially when it comes to television and theater entertainment or the well-known theme parks; and now Disney has made an addition to its repertoire with cruise liners. In the late 1990s, Disney set sail with…
Do you dread packing school lunches? I used to. I felt so wasteful using those plastic zip-locking bags, especially when I used up to five per lunch, per day. I’ve also used many different brands and sizes of plastic containers. These were okay sometimes but didn’t work all the time. I really wanted to remove all…
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When a friend of mine told me they were looking for a small travel alarm clock to take with them on a backpacking trip my first thought was Why? When I go away I rely on my phone to get me up in the morning, so could not understand why they wanted a physical travel…
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