Travel

Top Cultural Events to See in Moscow 

August 3, 2015
Top Cultural Events to See in Moscow

There is a lot to do and see in Moscow, which is why it’s important to stay at centrally-located Moscow hotels such as The St Regis Moscow Tverskaya. Red Square and the Kremlin is nearby, and Tverskaya Street is one of the most famous and interesting streets in the city. Tverskaya Street Tverskaya Street dates […]

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Five Things to Do in Milan After Seeing The Last Supper

July 29, 2015
Five Things to Do in Milan After Seeing The Last Supper

Leonardo DaVinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper is a main tourist destination for Milan, the industrial and business center of Italy. Hotels in Milan offer great amenities and easy access to the city’s culture. After the requisite visit to DaVinci’s masterpiece, however, these five suggestions can help make the rest of your trip memorable: 1. Visit […]

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Live It Up at the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Blog Hop #77

July 28, 2015
Live It Up at the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Blog Hop #77

Hi Friends! Hope you are having a healthy, fun and fabulous Summer! Welcome to the Healthy, Happy, Green & Natural Party Blog Hop. I can’t wait to see your wonderful plant-based recipes and healthy, green or natural living ideas. Summer is always a joyful time of the year for many of us. It’s the beginning […]

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The Best Pizza Cities in the World

July 27, 2015
The Best Pizza Cities in the World

However you slice it, wherever you roam, you can’t escape that ubiquitous pie. Pizza is big business, and with so many options it can be overwhelming. Don’t worry, we’ve scouted out the cities with the best pizza in every continent all over the world: Continent: North America City: Phoenix, AZ The United States has a […]

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5 Desert Adventures For City Slickers In Palm Springs, California

July 24, 2015
5 Desert Adventures For City Slickers In Palm Springs, California

Venture out of the concrete jungle and into the peacefulness of a desert environment in Palm Springs, California. Whether a skilled hiker or a novice explorer, here are five exciting desert adventures — varying in difficulty — for city slickers hoping to get back in touch with nature. 1. San Andreas Fault Line Explore the […]

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Whiskey Bars of New York City

July 23, 2015
Whiskey Bars of New York City

Single malt has become all the craze in New York City as a cocktail revival takes hold of the hipster crowd. Whiskey bars around New York City are more than just a stopping off place for a dram of the brew, they are also places that will happily educate patrons about the proud heritage of […]

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Important Safety Tips When Traveling Alone

July 16, 2015
Important Safety Tips When Traveling Alone

There are certainly points in your life where you just want to “run away” from all responsibilities, burdens, struggles, trials, and tribulations and just be…at peace with yourself. When you have the time (and money) to finally get away, planning a vacation to a new destination is highly recommended. While you might be wondering how […]

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Bed Bug Prevention for the World Traveler – Infographic

July 9, 2015
Bed Bug Prevention for the World Traveler - Infographic

When you go on a trip, whether it be for business or pleasure, the last thing you need to be dealing with is the possibility of bringing bed bugs home with you from your travels. Bed bugs are hitchhikers and love to travel from place to place in clothing, luggage, rental cars and even public […]

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How to (Quickly!) Plan Your Spur-of-the-Moment Getaway

July 7, 2015
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Every once in a while the pressing need to just get away from it all rises to the surface and it just can’t be ignored! Going away at the last minute can work wonders to help de-stress, change the pace or provide a short and sweet adventure at just the right time! Last minute holidays […]

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Why Bristol Has Been Voted Top City for Students

June 22, 2015
Why Bristol Has Been Voted Top City for Students

Bristol offers the perfect solution for those students who plan to study abroad or just want to become a student of a British University for a while. In 2014, the Sunday Times voted it the best place for a summer vacation. A year earlier, in 2013, Bristol was voted the best student place to stay […]

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How Much Will It Cost to Study Abroad in France – Infographic

June 19, 2015
How Much Will It Cost to Study Abroad in France - Infographic

How many of you have fantasized about studying abroad in France? Or have your children pined for the opportunity to live abroad and study there? The daughter of a close family friend spent a year traveling and studying abroad in Paris and the experience changed her sense of self and her perceptions about life in so […]

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Not-Your-Usual Malta Destination Guide

April 29, 2015
 Not-Your-Usual Malta Destination Guide

Positioned slap bang in the middle of the Mediterranean, you can understand why flights to Malta are packed full of sun-seeking tourists wanting to visit this idyllic island. However, if you would prefer to escape the crowds and uncover a different side of this unassuming yet engrossing island, then you are in luck. In fact, […]

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Benefits of Traveling Alone

March 23, 2015
Benefits of Traveling Alone

Going out in the world alone can feel like a scary thing, but there are actually numerous benefits to taking a trip solo. Pack your bags with the proper attire for your destination, an open mind and a good attitude, and set out for the unknown with a travel companion (that’s you!) who may surprise […]

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How to Find The Best Deals On Hotels In Barcelona

March 20, 2015
How to Find The Best Deals On Hotels In Barcelona

Find The Best Deals On Hotels In Barcelona If you’re going to be traveling soon to the great city of Barcelona in Spain, you’ll need to have all of your plans and accommodations set in stone before you begin your journey. All items of consideration, from your passport to your traveler’s checks, need to be […]

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Let’s Explore Tunisia!

February 4, 2015
Let's Explore Tunisia!

Known as a beach destination for years by European holidaymakers, Tunisia has a whole lot more to offer than its 650-mile coastline. So, from awesome historical sites to a burgeoning food and drink scene, here are a selection of places to see and things to do that you can’t afford to miss. Beaches Despite the array of […]

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5 Fun and Easy Ways to Fit in Fitness on a Cruise

November 25, 2014
5 Fun and Easy Ways to Fit in Fitness on a Cruise

When most people think about cruises, food and lots of it, is the image that immediately comes to mind. And I am no different. My family and I love to travel and cruising is one easy and convenient way to sample lots of new–as well as old–destinations. The fact that we live fairly close to our […]

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Tastes of Brazil: Moqueca Stew, Vegan Style

September 8, 2014
Tastes of Brazil:  Moqueca Stew, Vegan Style

Ahh, Brazil! I love so many things about it. But not surprisingly, one of my favorite things about spending time in Brazil is eating. Brazilian cuisine is famously rich, hearty and flavorful. There are so many delectable dishes to explore. We loved strolling the magical, cobble-stoned streets of Salvador, Bahia– following our noses into colorful cafes in search […]

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Experience Salvador, Bahia, Rio de Janeiro, Iguacu and Buenos Aires – August 2014!

January 8, 2014
Experience Salvador, Bahia, Rio de Janeiro , Iguacu and Buenos Aires - August 2014!

I love to travel and I have a soft spot in my heart for Brazil, especially Salvador, Bahia. The Northeastern region of Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Salvador, Bahia) has been described as “Africa in the Americas” due to the heavy concentration of Brazilians of African descent and heritage. Salvador, the first capital of Brazil, established […]

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Traveling While Vegan: How to Eat Vegan on a Cruise Ship

December 9, 2013
Traveling While Vegan: How to Eat Vegan on a Cruise Ship

When the temperature drops in our neck of the woods, we love to sneak away to warmer climes as often as possible. And when we booked our latest trip to the Bahamas on Norwegian cruise lines, the question of what will I find to eat as a vegan never entered my mind. Why? Because one […]

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Scenes from a Summer: Last Glimpses at the Shore

September 22, 2013
Scenes from a Summer: Last Glimpses at the Shore

As the days grew shorter and the weather cooled, we vowed to hold on to the unique sights and sounds of summer at the shore.   We valiantly captured the ubiquitous memories that made us smile. For as long as I can remember, my family has gathered for a day of  fun and games at […]

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