Hear about travel to Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula as the Amateur Traveler talks to tour guide Mareth Griffith about her adopted home. The Kenai Peninsula is located near Anchorage and is an area […]
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Located a couple hours north of Iceland?s capital, Reykjavik, lies the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. Often referred to as ?Iceland in Miniature?, this makes a great side trip for those travelers unable to take […]
Hear about travel to Mantua, Verona, Padua Italy as the Amateur Traveler talks to Gina Mussio from ginamussio.com about these wonderful cities in her adopted country. Gina came to Italy to study […]
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I am heading back to New York City this September to see Hamilton on Broadway. I’ve been asking Friends and fellow bloggers for their best ideas of things to do in New […]
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Transcript of Travel to the Kansai Region of Japan ? Episode 540 Chris: Amateur Traveler Episode 540. Today the Amateur Traveler talks about giant Buddhas and wooden castles, octopus balls, and earthquakes, […]
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Recently, Visit Berlin introduced a new discount card for tourists: The Berlin WelcomeCard All Inclusive. This new card is different from Berlin’s other, scaled back “WelcomeCard” (which offers free transit and discounts at attractions), in that the new “All Inclusive” card offers you free entrance to over 30 Berlin attractions, free public transportation, a free » Read more
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We all know that renting a car in Portugal offers travelers much more freedom that being constantly tied to public transportation. (And, in case you haven’t already read it, be sure to check out our tips on saving on your car rental in Portugal.) But what do you need to know about driving in Portugal » Read more
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Whatever your European landscape of choice ? be it beaches, vineyards, medieval villages or historic old towns ? you?ll find it all in Portugal, generally at a fraction of the price you would pay elsewhere in Europe. But what’s the best way to see it all? We love the bus and train, but renting a » Read more
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In late spring, before the summer season really gets going, Sardinia casts quiet spells. The Costa Smeralda, developed in the 1960s as a center for luxury tourism, has given Sardinia a very pricey reputation. This part of the island is relatively small and much of Sardinia is wonderfully budget-friendly to boot. We didn?t do Sardinia » Read more
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Headed to Rome this year? Whether you are traveling with friends, family or coworkers, hotel rooms can get pricey when traveling with three or more people. Luckily, we?ve gathered a list of the best Rome budget hotels for families or groups. Finding a hotel to accommodate your group?s needs doesn?t have to be time consuming or expensive. » Read more
There are so many places you dream about visiting, but every time you look at your bank account balance, your face falls and you wonder if it will ever happen. Dreaming big is one thing?living big is another. Is it possible to take your dream vacation on a budget? You actually may be closer to achieving […]
Vienna is a city that cherishes its past, and its landmarks and tourist attractions prove it. Yet there are amazing things to see and do in the capital whether you’re a history buff or not. From astonishing architecture and impressive monuments and museums to wonderful parks, entertainment venues and even rather unusual sites, Vienna has […]
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Sustainable tourism has become one of the biggest trends in tourism. People are looking to minimize their impact, hoping to find places that make for memorable vacations and also where they can make a difference and show their respect for local cultures. Fortunately, a number of places are more than willing to open their doors. […]
Never in my life have I paid attention to other people’s planners. Yet people have sure noticed and raved about mine. I’ve taken my Erin Condren LifePlanner out to meetings with different people three times. Each time, people were so interested in it. It received so much attention! As fun as it is to have such […]
Thousands flood to Spain every year to soak up the sun and enjoy the relaxed way of life, including Spain’s best water parks. Spain is rich in culture, has wild and rugged landscapes, and enjoys hundreds of miles of idyllic sandy beaches. It’s easy to see why Spain remains a favourite holiday destination. Excellent roads […]
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