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A Photo Essay Of Udaipur, India – Couples Travel Article

A Photo Essay Of Udaipur, India For me, India is a country that is on the surface quite chaotic. It’s fast, loud, crowded and all around overwhelming. Until we reached Udaipur, that is. Sometimes called the “Venice of the East,” there were moments I felt flashbacks to our time in Santorini and the Greek Islands. With colorful hillside buildings surrounding tranquil Lake Pichola, a meal at one of the many rooftop restaurants offers a welcoming escape from the busy streets…

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5 FAVORITE MEMORIES LONDON – Passage For Two – Retirement Travel Article

5 FAVORITE MEMORIES LONDON – Passage For Two For Your Eyes Only – London As we traveled the world we knew living in London for a month was a must. Here we share our 5 favorite memories London. We cherished the entire month we lived like local Londoners. Our flat overlooks the water in the Isle of Dogs quay with pubs and restaurants dotting our neighborhood. The history of London is everywhere in this vibrant city that never sleeps. 5…

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Wheelchair Friendly Travel in Helsinki – Finland Travel Article

Wheelchair Friendly Travel in Helsinki Credit: PixabayHelsinki is a popular tourist hub and a stunning coastal city of Finland that gathers a lot of tourists and travel attention from visitors all over the world. While the city is compact and small enough to travel on foot, it is certainly becoming friendly for wheelchair users and people with mobility problems as well. If you are planning a trip to Helsinki to visit the local attractions, read more to check out how…

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My favourite places in Barcelona – Spain Travel Article

My favourite places in Barcelona Lots of people have asked me what my favourite bars, restaurants & spots are in Barcelona so here´s a list of the places I always go back to with friends and family.  Hope you get the chance to check out a few places during your stay in the city…x 1. Sant Antoni Only a 10 minute walk from the Ramblas, you can stroll around a different neighbourhood and away from the main tourist crowds in…

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An Amazing Self Guided Walking Tour of Stavanger (Map Included!) – Couples Travel Article

An Amazing Self Guided Walking Tour of Stavanger (Map Included!) How to spend an easy breezy day in Stavanger, Norway.Stavanger is a city that truly has it all. It’s a beautiful town surrounded by stunning fjords and mountains. There’s a lively atmosphere, an intriguing arts and culture scene, and well preserved architecture and historical areas. Needless to say, there are lots of amazing things to do in Stavanger, even if you only have a day in the city. When Justin…

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Paul Revere & Silver Tankards at Winterthur – Retirement Travel Article

Paul Revere & Silver Tankards at Winterthur How does one describe a place that is, in essence, indescribable while still finding a way to do justice to a 175-room mansion?  Rooms filled with 90,000+ pieces of art and antiquity.  Not to mention the 60-acres of gardens surrounded by 1,000 acres of sprawling meadows and woods.  Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library is such a place.  Indescribable. Silver Tankards & Paul Revere Early in to our introductory house tour we entered the…

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Best Countries to See Wildlife in the World – Travel Article

Some of the most rewarding travel experiences are when nature and wildlife are involved.When we delve into nature, we find ourselves more connected to the world around us. We’re present in the moment and can admire the wonder of the animals, insects, plants, and trees that envelope us. Not many things in the world match the brilliance of a close encounter with a wild animal in its natural habitat.If that’s something you want to experience, check out this list of some of…

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Nicer in Norway | Northern Lights & Norway – Norway Travel Article

Nicer in Norway | Northern Lights & Norway This is a list of little things we’ve noticed during our travels in Norway that we found particularly nice, quirky or just plain clever! We’ll add to it as we find more. 1  No tipping is expected or required – this applies to taxis, restaurants, guides, etc. Of course, that shouldn’t stop you expressing your gratitude for great service in a bar or restaurant if you wish … most people opt for…

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Recommended by locals: Äänekoski – Lakeland – Finland Travel Article

Recommended by locals: Äänekoski – Lakeland Lakeland – Jyväskylä Region is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful regions in Finland. The municipalities, cities and towns in the region are a unique mix of nature, activities and people. In this post we introduce you to Äänekoski. What are the recommendations to see or to do by locals? Please remember that you can find more suggestions about the area from the travel website.   The rapids of Kapeenkoski The rapids of Kapeenkoski…

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Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest – Budapest Travel Article

Tasting the bites and seeing the sights in Budapest Mar01 It’s a blazing hot day in the middle of summer in Budapest, and a group of 11 travellers from various parts of the world are gathered outside the city’s iconic Central Market Hall. We’re hungry to explore one of Europe’s great destinations, and Gergo Csada, our guide, has just the plan to weave the varied flavours of Hungary’s cuisine into our day alongside the fascinating and sometimes troubled history of his…

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Expectations vs. Reality: My family’s first time in Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka Travel Article

Expectations vs. Reality: My family’s first time in Sri Lanka From the off, Sri Lanka seemed just as wonderful as my colleagues had promised. We were met at the airport by Saman, our friendly, sunny and ever-smiling guide, who scooped us up, into the car (and the welcome a/c) and onto the hotel. Out of the window, we marvelled at the bustling towns – a riot of people, animals and tropical flora and fauna. My children were particularly stunned by…

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American in Spain | Visiting Parque Warner in Madrid – Spain Travel Article

American in Spain | Visiting Parque Warner in Madrid There are few things I dislike as much as being in a physical space with a gazillion other people who are attempting to do the same limited-resource thing that I am attempting to do. For example, I despise trying to order a drink in a loud, crowded, jostling bar where catching the bartender’s attention is pure luck unless you are the sort of pushy forward person to yell at them as…

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Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage – Retirement Travel Article

Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage Reasons Why Your Baggage Is Delayed Damaged Or Lost I was watching our National News the other day and there was a very interesting segment specifically dealing with Delayed Damaged Or Lost Baggage. The short broadcast dealt with the who, what, where, why, when and how your luggage ended up this way before and after your long haul flight. The feature was so interesting, I thought I would pass their message on to you! Statistics…

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