Posted on April 11, 2016 by Jennifer Morilla in Travel
The world of travel and tourism has changed so much with technology. Today you could sit behind a desk in New York City and watch a guided tour in Paris through the Eiffel Tower. It’s no wonder companies are constantly trying to compete for the next best app for travelers.
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Posted on April 08, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Great weather, your travel budget or a family-friendly location can all be legitimate reasons to choose one destination over another when it comes down to planning a trip. Museum-lovers in particular are spoiled when it comes to choices – they don’t even have to go abroad to see the most spectacular museums in the world. Here are our top five cities for museum-lovers in the United States.
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Posted on April 07, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
France, Spain, Italy, Turkey, and Germany are the top 5 countries in Europe that receive the most number of travelers every year — and I bet this doesn’t come as a surprise to you. Everyone and their mother have been there, or wants to go there. They are gorgeous, but overcrowded countries in summer time.
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Posted on April 06, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Orlando: the city of theme parks and conferences. Arguably the best balance of business and pleasure in Florida. Whether you are visiting the ‘Theme Park Capital of the World’ for work or play, on a budget trip or with the intention to ultimately relax in a luxury hotel; Orlando has a hotel for each purpose, and each budget.
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Posted on April 05, 2016 by Eileen Cotter Wright in Travel
Snow is melting and Boston is heating up in action. This beautiful city embraces the springtime warm weather with gusto, flocking to outdoor areas, parks and anything else that celebrates the urban outdoors. Here’s some inspiration for your trip to Boston this spring to get the most out of the sunny weather and great city happenings.
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Posted on April 04, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Wi-Fi is like air: the average traveler will die without it. New York City gets that, and so it has begun to set up Wi-Fi stations in old phone booths and public parks so that users can plot transit routes, look up reviews for a nearby café or just check their email anytime.
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Posted on April 01, 2016 by Jessica Buck in Travel
Natural wonders, icons and landmarks… they are often the defining points of cities, countries and even continents. They can become symbols of their destinations and are recognized the world over! What happens when you ask a travel blogger to give you the lo-down on the best landmarks in the US of A? You get a top ten list of some wanderlust-inducing destinations from areas all across the vast country…
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Posted on March 31, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Traveling can be stressful – there are so many things to consider when booking trips and it can be overwhelming. But for some, commonly known as “super travelers,” there are many products and services that they use that help ease the burden of traveling. So, we’ve put together a list of the top seven of those that anyone who travels a lot needs to consider. They all require an investment of some sort, but the return on that investment will be life altering. (Travel Writer and world traveler, David Duran also shares his personal experience with each.)
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