Hear about Trekking the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal as the Amateur Traveler talks to the Su Family from sufamilyadventures.com about tackling this well known route. The five members of the Su family […]
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transcript of Travel to Northern South Korea ? Episode 485 Chris: Amateur Traveler, episode 485. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about hikes and temples, a jade mine and the demilitarized zone as we […]
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transcript of Travel to Michigan?s Upper Peninsula (and Mackinac Island) ? Episode 484 Chris: Amateur Traveler, Episode 484. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about shipwrecks, 1812 history and the country’s second national […]
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London is huge and it?s all embracing. Suffice to say, whatever your interest and budget, you?ll find something that matches it in London. Our main advice for first-time visitors is to put aside the ?must-do? lists for a moment and spend your time seeking out things that you will personally enjoy? you?ll never manage to » Read more
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Rome is one of our favorite European cities for wandering. We love meandering along the timeworn streets of the city center, grabbing an espresso or a cheapo bite of classic Italian food along the way. It’s here, in the center of the ancient city, where history really comes alive. So when looking for a place to » Read more
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As the end of the year approaches, we’re already thinking about our travel plans for 2016. At the top of our list is, as always, scoring affordable airfare. It’s time to set those airfare alerts and check them twice! Related: 7 Ways to save now on next year’s trip to Europe For most of us » Read more
Are you planning a trip to Barcelona and worried about looking like a blundering tourist? That’s natural, of course. But don’t get too hung up on this–you’re visiting the city and taking in its biggest sights. You’re allowed to look like a tourist! As a traveler in a new culture, it will be really hard, » Read more
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Just a few days after the horrific attacks in Paris, tourism in the city is getting back on its feet. As of November 18th, major attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Luxembourg Gardens are operating as usual. Museums and monuments are for the most part open. Even Disneyland reopened today and is back to » Read more
I want to answer a question that has been coming up more and more lately related to our stainless steel water bottles post: Glass Water Bottles. People like to buy glass water bottles because they aren?t made in China, are BPA free, and don?t result in a metallic taste. I personally haven?t had a chance […]
As time goes on and more consumers are toting reusable water bottles, there are more choices. Maybe we were on to something when we wrote our filtered water bottle review and about stainless steel water bottles. Now there are more water bottles with filters available than I?ve ever seen before. Thankfully, water bottles with filters have also […]
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It?s not hard to see why Paris is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Europe. You get slapped in the face with charm and whimsy just taking a stroll practically anywhere in the city, what with all the boulevards and the quaint boulangeries and the riverboats and the amour in the air. Navigating the […]
I can never think of what to get my kids for the holidays or birthdays as we are all blessed with more than we need. I still want it to be fun and have them be excited about something to open, especially while they are younger and it is still a magical time. And we know […]
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