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New Orleans Bars: 10 Best Places To Grab a Drink – USA Travel Article

New Orleans Bars: 10 Best Places To Grab a Drink There’s perhaps no city in the US that knows how to party quite like New Orleans. Now I know New York can throw it down, and I realize they call Las Vegas Sin City for a reason, but you just can’t beat the Big Easy when it comes to nightlife. There are so many awesome New Orleans bars that you could go out every night for a year and not…

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Colourful Views Of Parliament Hill In Ottawa For Canada Day – Retirement Travel Article

Colourful Views Of Parliament Hill In Ottawa For Canada Day Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Pinterest1 Celebrate Canada Day In Ottawa At the last minute, we planned a trip before our big Nordic country cruise. We were treated to the greatest view of Parliament Hill in Ottawa for Canada Day. Our upgraded hotel suite on the top floor of the Westin Ottawa had a wrap around balcony. With Parliament Hill laid out in front of us, we saw the vista light…

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MUST READ-How To Plan The Perfect Paris Honeymoon – Couples Travel Article

MUST READ-How To Plan The Perfect Paris Honeymoon Are you looking to plan the most romantic Paris honeymoon? You have come to the right place! First of all, congratulations on getting married and choosing to plan a Paris honeymoon. Paris is one of the most romantic cities in the world and the culture perfectly blends the old and the new. Whether this is your first time in Paris and you want to see all the major sites, or you have…

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Kakigori at Yelo – Let it snow! – Japanese food – Tokyo Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Kakigori at Yelo – Let it snow! – Japanese food – Tokyo Blog Kakigori, Japanese shaved ice, is one of the most refreshing treats you can get yourself in the summer. The “flakes” are much lighter than the shaved ice in Denmark, almost like a cup full of snow, and the fluffy texture makes it almost impossible to eat without a spoon. You can get kakigori at lots of places all over the city, but the very best comes from…

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Cooking luxe in the Algarve – Scribbler in Seville – Spain Travel Article

Cooking luxe in the Algarve – Scribbler in Seville Lola, chef Lucia Ribeiro, and me at Mimo Algarve.The natural setting of Pine Cliffs Resort is stunning – atop a sandstone escarpment looking onto the sea. Pine Cliffs Resort, near Albuferia on the Algarve coast of Portugal, has a hotel, villas and apartments.Ceramic tiles are used to decorate both the exterior and interior of Portuguese houses.If you and your family like to stay at beautiful, tastefully designed beach resorts close to…

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Discover the soul of Galle with iDiscover Galle – Sri Lanka Travel News – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Discover the soul of Galle with iDiscover Galle – Sri Lanka Travel News The hand-drawn map is an artistic ode to Fort. Inspired by historic seafarer’s maps, a team of passionate architecture students from Moratuwa University, Gayan, Hirantha and Shenan, took out their pencils and brushes to jointly create a map of the city they love   Galle Fort is a gem of a heritage town; its red-roofed, white-washed colonial houses catapult you back to days-long-gone. But more than the…

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Check out These Events for BPBW Beer Week in Budapest 2019 – Budapest Travel Article

Check out These Events for BPBW Beer Week in Budapest 2019 Last year was so much fun, let’s do it again. After a successful inaugural BPBW festival in 2018, BPBW Beer Week in Budapest is back for 2019 and it is jam-packed with more beer, more bands and more excitement. This time around, festival participants will have the opportunity to try beers from 60 breweries from around the world during the two day tasting sessions on May 24 and 25.…

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American Airlines says it will continue expanding flights to Cuba – Cuba Incentive Travel Associates – Cuba Travel Article

American Airlines says it will continue expanding flights to Cuba – Cuba Incentive Travel Associates Reprint from Radio Havana Cuba |  J. Miyares  | May 23, 2019 American Airlines, the leading international carrier serving Cuba, said on Wednesday that it intends to offer additional flights to the island despite moves by the United States to tighten its economic blockade and further restrict travel between the two countries. “The level of the impact is being studied, but our focus at this…

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Skógar Museum in South Iceland center of history and culture – Scandinavian Travel Article

Skógar Museum in South Iceland center of history and culture Iceland has many things to offer when it comes to nature, like waterfalls, glaciers, volcanoes and black sand beaches. But what about the people living here? How did they live? What did they do and how did they survive the hard living conditions? If you are driving the south coast of Iceland you get an opportunity to answer these questions as well a many other about the life in Iceland…

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Perfect sky to tempt the northern lights into performing, 29.03.2019 – Finland Travel Article

Perfect sky to tempt the northern lights into performing, 29.03.2019 Tonight as the twighlight faded the northern lights became visible across the sky. We stopped to watch them a couple of times on our journey out into the wilderness. Then as we progressed the lights became very bright, a short distance to a good viewing spot and one extra stop to watch the strongest display of the evening. Beautiful tall fingers of light reaching up into space, just what we…

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The Most Dangerous Animals in the World 2019 – Sweden Travel Article

The Most Dangerous Animals in the World 2019 Want to know which is the deadliest animal in the world? Here’s a list of the most dangerous animals in the world, ranked by deaths per year. The title as the most dangerous animal in the world can, of course, be ranked in different ways, but for the sake of facts and logic, I’ve chosen to count the estimated annual deaths per animal, instead of what destruction they can cause.Can you guess…

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Gåten Tyrkia – Happy Landing – Norway Travel Article

Gåten Tyrkia – Happy Landing De lekreste hoteller og noen av de aller verste. Himmel og helvete på et kvarter. Hva er det som trekker meg tilbake gang etter gang? Jeg fant nemlig sjarmen og hyggen, det helt autentiske og noen ganger rørende. …. men la meg være helt ærlig: det var ikke kjærlighet ved første blikk! Store deler av Tyrkia heller mer mot det orientalske enn det vi forbinder med Europa. Det er pruting selvfølgelig, markedsplasser og mange av skikkene har…

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Allure of the Seas to Get $165 Million Refurbishment | – Travel Article

Royal Caribbean’s fleet “Amplification” project continues.  Next up is the 5,400 passenger Allure of the Seas refurbishment scheduled during a nearly-two month dry dock event in Barcelona next spring. The Allure of the Seas refurbishment is scheduled over a 58-day drydock to the tune of $165 million dollars. Allure of the Seas Refurbishment Includes… You’ll see the biggest change at the waterparks.  First, they’re adding the tallest waterslide at sea called the Ultimate Abyss.  Then they’ll also add the Perfect…

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Island Hopping On Oahu & Kauai With Hawaiian Airlines • Expert Vagabond – USA Travel Article

Island Hopping On Oahu & Kauai With Hawaiian Airlines • Expert Vagabond Exploring Waikiki Beach in HawaiiHawaii, United StatesThe aloha spirit is alive and well on the tropical islands of Hawai’i. With delicious food, cultural experiences, beautiful beaches, and outdoor adventures — there’s something for everyone in the rainbow state.Last week Anna & I visited the islands of Oahu and Kauai with Hawaiian Airlines to celebrate the re-launch of the Hawaiian Airlines World Elite Mastercard, issued by Barclays.Hawai’i and I…

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5 must go to food spots in Oahu, Hawaii – USA Travel Article

5 must go to food spots in Oahu, Hawaii I recently went to Oahu, Hawaii for a friend’s 30th birthday and ate some of the best poke I’ve ever had in my life and some dank loco moco. The food scene in Hawaii is similar to what you’d experience with the locals themselves – relaxed and casual, but on point. It is also more affordable than eating in SF, though that may not be saying…

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What to do when your USA content is nicked – USA Travel Article

What to do when your USA content is nicked I’m writing this post because last night, about 10pm I finally finished a monster 2000-word post on my recent visit to Santa Barbara and then found myself shocked to see it had been nicked within moments and put on someone else’s site.So I write this post as a honey trap and ‘boom’, it’s worked. Scroll down to see what I did to get my own back!So here’s what happened… It had…

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▷ Village Halloween Parade in NYC Guide incl how to march in 2019 – USA Travel Article

▷ Village Halloween Parade in NYC Guide incl how to march in 2019 It is probably the creepiest time of the year in the city that never sleeps. Halloween in New York has a unique atmosphere and we at Loving New York decided to be part of the popular Village Halloween Parade in NYC. More than 50,000 zombies, ghosts and other scary creatures hold a huge parade every year on October 31st.  Anyone can participate in the parade in NYC and…

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How (Extraordinary) Travel Blogging Got Us A Green Card in the USA – USA Travel Article

How (Extraordinary) Travel Blogging Got Us A Green Card in the USA I wondered how I’d react when I heard the news.Where would I be? How would it arrive to me? Would it be the yes I longed for? Would I fall to the ground in a heap of tears or leap with joy?When we finally submitted the paperwork for it a week before, my heart panicked.What if it was a no?Even though our chances were high, I couldn’t help…

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11 Best Things to Do in Grand Canyon National Park – USA Travel Article

11 Best Things to Do in Grand Canyon National Park Fascinated by the 7 natural wonders of the world? Here we tick off one of them- the mysterious and engaging Grand Canyon National Park. Still undiscovered on how old it is, Grand Canyon is a mesmerising natural wonder. Located in Arizona’s northwestern quadrant, it boasts the massive expanse of gorges, magnificent rock formation and beautiful stretch of ridges. And it doesn’t surprise us that it is an iconic globally recognised…

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Korcula, Croatia | Pilot and Me – USA Travel Article

Korcula, Croatia | Pilot and Me Korcula Tower at nightWe stopped in Korcula Croatia during our cruise on the Kraljica Jelena from Sail Croatia. We loved this island, probably one of the most favorite ones we visited. While its a touristy town, it seems to cater very well to the tourists that visit, and doesn’t resent them like many of the other places we’ve visited. Everyone here made us feel welcome and we really enjoyed this small town and the…

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Christmas in Chicago at Macy’s Department Store • Pickles Travel Blog for Food and Family Travel – USA Travel Article

Christmas in Chicago at Macy’s Department Store • Pickles Travel Blog for Food and Family Travel Macy’s department store in Chicago may be the place to head for your family Christmas holiday destination. It has it all- history, decorations, restaurants, walking, window displays with a story, Christmas tree, shopping, and SANTA! Everything about it brought home the reality of Christmas in Chicago. Note: I was hosted in Chicago by Enjoy Illinois and received an amazing tour of the Macy’s Store…

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Why Tiny Sleeps are Best in NYC – USA Travel Article

Why Tiny Sleeps are Best in NYC Let’s face it: accommodations in big cities eat up most of your travel budget. And in New York City, your money doesn’t get you quite as much as it does elsewhere. Similar to apartments, hotel rooms are generally smaller. But for me, that’s just fine. When I visit the city, I am happy to sacrifice the size of my room for great locations, reasonable prices, and hotel amenities. Here are just a few…

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Take a Cultural Journey at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa – USA Travel Article

Take a Cultural Journey at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa Treat your family to a magical vacation in New Mexico—the Land of Enchantment—at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, a Native American-owned resort overlooking the Sandia Mountains. Located just north of Albuquerque on 550 acres of the Santa Ana Pueblo, Hyatt Regency Tamaya is the perfect destination for families seeking a luxury experience in a rustic setting. Hyatt Regency Tamaya is owned by the Tamaya people and their rich…

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The 10 BEST North American road trips to take this summer – USA Travel Article

The 10 BEST North American road trips to take this summer If you’re planning your first (or your fifth) road trip, you want each day’s drive to count.Which is where we come in – for over 40 years, we’ve been mapping the best routes with local leaders, making sure you make the most of your dream American holiday! Our small group tours can help you see the best sights, pack in the best activities, and eat the best food (obviously)…

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Colonial History of Fez, Morocco – USA Travel Article

Colonial History of Fez, Morocco More than 12 million tourists visited Morocco in 2018, and their numbers are certain to increase in 2019. And why not? This North African kingdom calls up to most foreigners an image of medieval mosques, archaic bazaars filled with handmade crafts, and medinas—those labyrinths of narrow alleys behind ancient walls.In Morocco, historic monuments seem as common as sparrows. This country has thirty-one medinas, or rather walled cities built in the premodern era. Of the twenty-two…

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21 Things To Do in Koh Samui: The Ultimate List For Travellers – USA Travel Article

21 Things To Do in Koh Samui: The Ultimate List For Travellers If you’re looking for a place that has big city amenities, stunning Buddhist temples, and a chilled out island vibe, then look no further than Koh Samui. Thailand’s 2nd largest island (#1 is Phuket) has a lot to offer travelers. Whether you’re into nature, culture, adventure, partying, or just some good old fashioned R&R, you’ll find it here.  Days can be spent lounging on the beach, doing a variety…

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Epic Kauai Helicopter Tour With The DOORS OFF (Na Pali Coast) – USA Travel Article

Epic Kauai Helicopter Tour With The DOORS OFF (Na Pali Coast) Kauai’s Stunning Na Pali CoastlineKauai, HawaiiOne of the best ways to see the Hawaiian islands is by air, and a doors-off Kauai helicopter tour of the Na Pali coast is an epic aerial photography experience!If you don’t know by now, I absolutely love helicopters. In fact, I used to want to be a helicopter pilot as a kid (ok, maybe I still do).Soaring through the sky, hovering over mountains…

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Things to Do in Miami, Florida for a Bachelorette Party – USA Travel Article

Things to Do in Miami, Florida for a Bachelorette Party Miami, Florida is a great place for a bachelorette party. I went in October where I celebrated my good friend’s engagement and hung out with her crew. It was my first trip out to Miami and my first trip to these types of events. I was thoroughly pleased! This was a picture we took before the first night of festivities: As you can tell, the maid of honor was fully…

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LA: 7 cool hotels to stay at in West Hollywood – USA Travel Article

LA: 7 cool hotels to stay at in West Hollywood If you’re wondering where to stay in LA, you might like to consider West Hollywood.Really? Yes, and here’s why!Just when you think you know Los Angeles, another little nook pops up that begs to be explored. Los Angeles is actually made up of 88 cities – many of which you’d probably not want to visit, but many of them you will! Some have their own tourism teams and budgets and they…

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▷ The Lowline Park in NYC – USA Travel Article

▷ The Lowline Park in NYC While the idea of the Lowline has already existed for 10 years, it won’t be open until 2021. The timeline alone reflects the complexity of the project which is nothing less but the world’s first subterranean park. In the same way as its counterpart, the High Line, the Lowline will enrich New York City by one more unique attraction.So what is the Lowline?Photo courtesy of The LowlineThe Lowline is a green underground park that…

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