Posted on March 30, 2016 by Eileen Cotter Wright in Travel
Route 1, also known as Ring Road, circles the entire perimeter of Iceland. During the summer, many will take all-terrain vehicles on this adventure to see some incredible natural wonders and scenic towns along the way. Some of the best stops though lie in the south and can be enjoyed any time of year, as the road is well maintained even in winter.
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Posted on March 29, 2016 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
The oldest city in the Peach State, famous for its stately mansions, haunted houses, and historic squares, is a must-see for a true Southern experience. It’s easy to fall in love with Savannah, with its sprawling oaks with cascading Spanish moss, beautiful weather year-round, wonderful food, and attractions within walking distance. Whether you are there for a week or a long weekend, here are ten recommendations for your visit to this charming Georgia destination.
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Posted on March 28, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
What better way to discover a country than hiking or trekking through it? Open yourself up to the countries natural beauty, stunning views, impressive landscapes and heights like you may have never experienced before. Europe, with its varied cultures and nature offers the perfect hiking destinations.
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Posted on March 25, 2016 by David Duran in Travel
Ok, we all basically have some sort of fascination with celebrities, whether we openly admit it or not, and what’s better than being able to brag on social media that you just had a celebrity spotting, or went to a place where one of your favorites frequents?! The good news is that celebrities are people and people basically go everywhere in LA, so if you happen to be hanging anywhere in the massive LA area, your chances of spotting someone that looks recognizable, are better than say someone visiting Appleton, Wisconsin. The greater Los Angeles area is full of places known for celebrity sightings but we’ve narrowed it down to a very short list of some well-known as well as some more secret spots that many don’t know about, and all have had some celeb action in recent months, so the next time you are in LA, check out some of these hot spots and regardless if you see someone you recognize or not, they are all worth a visit anyways and they will all automatically up your LA game.
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Posted on March 24, 2016 by Violeta-Loredana Pascal in Travel
Montreal is the largest city in Quebec and is considered Canada’s cultural capital. There is something for everyone – from wonderful museums to theaters, from nightclubs to parks, from historic sites to the Biodôme and beyond. The city is perfect for all types of tourists, from those traveling solo to families small and large. If you are planning your first visit in the city and don’t want to miss any of the famous spots, here are the top 10 best places to visit and things to do in Montreal.
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Posted on March 23, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Never listen to people who say it is a scary world out there and try to discourage you from going out and exploring it. There are so many kick ass females traveling the world, often by themselves too. They share their breathtaking pictures, useful tips, and life-lessons on their travel blogs. These 10 female travel bloggers take you with them on their journey and will make you want to travel yourself.
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Posted on March 22, 2016 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
Manhattan is home to some of the most renowned museums in the world. They’re not just famous for ancient artifacts and dinosaur bones; they transform into exciting spots to socialize when the sun goes down. Unlike movies that portray galleries as creepy traps to get yourself in trouble, the real life art houses are great places to mingle with like-minded people and make unforgettable memories. Here we present you five fabulous museums you can visit after hours for a uniquely New York experience.
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Posted on March 21, 2016 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Few things are as thrilling as spotting the earth’s largest mammal at the ocean's surface. Each year, about 20,000 gray whales make an epic 6,000 mile journey between Alaska and Mexico – and then back again. These whales travel from feeding grounds in the Bering Sea to mating and breeding lagoons along Baja California in Mexico. It’s one of the most amazing wildlife migrations on the planet, and also relatively easy for humans to witness, especially if you join a guided whale-watching cruise with knowledgeable crew on board.
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