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Best time to visit New York City – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

Best time to visit New York City – Mark’s Travel Journal Many people are not lucky enough to have a chance to visit one of the most exciting cities in the world regularly. So when you do get a chance, you want it to be perfect. One of the biggest factors when visiting a place is the time you visit it, which can really shape all the memories you have there. You need to consider the weather, tourists, holidays, etc.…

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BEST THINGS TO DO FOR CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII 2019 – WANDERLUSTYLE – Hawaii Travel & Lifestyle Blog – Couples Travel Article

BEST THINGS TO DO FOR CHRISTMAS IN HAWAII 2019 – WANDERLUSTYLE – Hawaii Travel & Lifestyle Blog It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Ready to get in the holiday spirit in paradise? There is no shortage of fun things to do in Hawaii! We put together a list of events happening for the entire month of December, here. For specific holiday activities on Oahu, we’ve got you covered! (photo by Hawaii Magazine) HONOLULU CITY LIGHTS Where: 530 S…

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A Walk Across Prague’s Charles Bridge, Three Towers and Thirty Statues – Retirement Travel Article

A Walk Across Prague’s Charles Bridge, Three Towers and Thirty Statues   It took us three tries to make it all the way across the Charles Bridge but, like they say, “The third time’s the charm.”  Following a leisurely river boat tour that introduced us to the city of Prague on both sides of the river Vltava, we joined the throngs of tourists and passed through the Old Town Bridge Tower to walk a short distance onto the bridge. The…

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7 Things to Do in Sofia, Bulgaria [Extra Tips on Where To Stay] – Couples Travel Article

7 Things to Do in Sofia, Bulgaria [Extra Tips on Where To Stay] Sofia. Such a charming name for an equally charming city, right? As Bulgaria’s capital and largest city, it is also known to be the country’s culture as well as an economic center. The city has also been around for centuries, dating back to at least 7000 BC and has witnessed some of the most historic moments of the human race. The city which is on the Western…

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Kutna Hora: Medieval Beauty and Bones, Flying Buttresses and Frescoes, Gothic Splendor and Gargoyles – Retirement Travel Article

Kutna Hora: Medieval Beauty and Bones, Flying Buttresses and Frescoes, Gothic Splendor and Gargoyles   Kutná Hora, Czech Republic Have car – will travel!  And travel we did during our time in the Czech Republic, putting many kilometers on our can’t-lose-me-in-a-crowded-parking-lot, neon-green, rented Skoda during the week we had it.  As luck would have it, the little city of Kutná Hora, population around 20,000, was only an hour east of Prague and almost dead center in the heart of Bohemia,…

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Terezin: If A Picture Paints A Thousand Words – Retirement Travel Article

Terezin: If A Picture Paints A Thousand Words It’s the children’s drawings that linger in our minds, haunting us long after our tour of the town of Terezin that once served as a concentration camp. We’d seen some of the drawings years before at an exhibit at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC and then at the Pinkas Synagogue in Prague. Pictures showing happier times with houses and gardens, holiday celebrations with family, children playing, flowers and trees.  Pictures…

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Konopiste Castle, The Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Throne and The Great War – Retirement Travel Article

Konopiste Castle, The Heir to the Austro-Hungarian Throne and The Great War   Just 50 kilometers southeast of Prague in the Czech Republic, Konopiště Castle sits high atop a hill, surrounded by a thick forest.  Built as a Gothic fortification towards the end of the 13th century, it was a huge and sprawling rectangular edifice with plenty of towers, seven in all, for the most effective defense.  Over the centuries, the castle passed through the hands of numerous owners and…

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Tokyo 2003 – My first visit to Japan – Tokyo Blog – Tokyo Travel Article

Tokyo 2003 – My first visit to Japan – Tokyo Blog [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Back in 2003 I visited Japan for the first time. I was there with Rikke, and in less than one week we managed to party hard in Tokyo, sleep through an earthquake and fly off to Sapporo to meet my friend Mari before heading back to Denmark again. This was my first hectic introduction to Japan, and it was love at first sight.We hadn’t done any research before we…

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A Rant-A-Thon From a US and a Canadian Expat: Bureaucratic Contortions – Retirement Travel Article

A Rant-A-Thon From a US and a Canadian Expat: Bureaucratic Contortions Sagres, Portugal A few weeks ago my Canadian blogger friend, Frank, at The Travels of BbqBoy and Spanky  reached out to me with an idea he had for a collaborative post called, “The Absolute Worst Thing About Being a Fulltime Traveler,” comparing our different perspectives.  What made his idea intriguing was that our worst experiences actually have nothing to do with traveling full time or with being an expat,…

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