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This Week(End): Tokyo Area Events For Nov 16-17 – Tokyo Travel Article

This Week(End): Tokyo Area Events For Nov 16-17 Tokyo’s trees are slowly changing colors and the city is wholeheartedly ready to embrace the second best picture-perfect season in Japan: Autumn. Here are our top 10 events for the upcoming weekend, all of which perfectly capture the essence of early autumn — namely, the joy of going out in the city and enjoying the lovely weather! The Smell Of Freshly Baked BreadAoyama Bread FestivalIndulge in the bakery-filled atmosphere at the annual…

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Traveling with Children and Why it is Important – Ticker Eats the World – Travel Article

Growing up, one of the biggest resentments I had against my parents was the fact that they took me around the world at a very young age. By the time I turned 7, I had been on two round-the-world trips. Now, before you mark me down as a snob for complaining about excessive travel, hear me out… The thing is that unfortunately I hardly remember anything from those trips today. I have photographs, but they don’t bring about any recollection…

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A family weekend in Granada – Part I – Scribbler in Seville – Spain Travel Article

A family weekend in Granada – Part I – Scribbler in Seville Even when they’re this small, sharks are still thrilling – at the Parque de las Ciencias in Granada.  Living in a city as beautiful as Seville, it’s easy to become complacent. With characteristics alarmingly similar to a Sevillano’s, displaying that inward-looking attitude that so disturbs me, I have actually started to believe this is the most wondrous city in Spain, Europe and the universe. As a writer and…

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Raising kids in Spain | Sunshine and Siestas | An American Expat in Spain – Spain Travel Article

Raising kids in Spain | Sunshine and Siestas | An American Expat in Spain The 48 hours I spent in the hospital post-birth were a bit of a blur. Between doctors and nurses coming in and out, trying to figure out breastfeeding and the cycle of 20 minutes of dozing before I was interrupted by doctors or a hungry child, it wasn’t until I was back home and fumbling through the first few days and dozens of dirty diapers that…

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Orienteering in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm – Sweden Travel Article

Orienteering in Stockholm – Slow Travel Stockholm Orienteering in Stockholm Lisa Ferland discovers orienteering in the forest outside of Stockholm is a great family activity that exercises both the mind and body. You can test it out yourself in the city until October 31. Our thumbs held our location on the map folded in our hands. We were in the middle of the woods with nothing but large rocks and hills to orient ourselves. Where were we? Was the bend…

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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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