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this week i’m thankful for miracles – Tokyo Travel Article

this week i’m thankful for miracles KONNICH. First of all, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Being completely honest, I totally forgot about Thanksgiving, but the members here sure didn’t. We had 4 Thanksgivings…. in Japan. WUT. Seriously so blessed. I am so grateful to be a missionary right now. It’s been an amazing experience that I will NEVER forget. So many things to be thankful for. Soooooo…. I have 3 weeks left as a missionary. WHAT. This week officially started the lasts…. We…

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Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Hike – Early Retirement Now – Retirement Travel Article

Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Hike – Early Retirement Now Mrs. ERN, little Ms. ERN and I recently headed out to visit the great American West. We visited Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, (upper) Antelope Canyon, and Grand Canyon National Park, both North and South Rim. We got a good deal on the airfare by booking way in advance, we did the Priceline name-your-own-price deals for the various hotels along the way and paid almost all hotel charges with…

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How to Plan Your Dream USA Trip of a Lifetime (in 11 steps) – USA Travel Article

How to Plan Your Dream USA Trip of a Lifetime (in 11 steps) Have you been dreaming about a USA trip? This post is for you!We have visited the United States many times and have lived here for five years. We love travelling in the USA and sharing our expert tips to help others.In this post we’ll help you plan and prepare for your own trip to the USA so that it becomes a reality.America is a huge country with…

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SWR highlights sustainability efforts | Buying Business Travel – Business Travel Article

SWR highlights sustainability efforts | Buying Business Travel South Western Railway (SWR) has partnered with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) as it highlights its sustainability efforts.The rail operator is celebrating Sustainability Week from 7 to 11 October to showcase its investments in delivering change for customers, communities, people and the environment by aiming to become a more sustainable company.Throughout this week, SWR will hold a series of events and make announcements, including publication of its progress in…

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The Best Hotel in Miraflores Lima, Peru: A Full Review Of Our Stay in The Aloft Lima Miraflores – Travel Article

When looking for a hotel there are three main criteria that the hotel needs to meet for us to fall in love with it. The hotel needs to be well located, needs to be cozy and comfortable and have a unique vibe or atmosphere. Aloft Miraflores in Lima, Peru meets all the criteria and which is why we choose this hotel to celebrate our 5 year wedding anniversary. Even though on this trip we did not travel with our dogs…

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What Do Foreigners Think About Finland and Finns? – Finland Travel Article

What Do Foreigners Think About Finland and Finns?   Photo by Tommaso Fornoni on Unsplash You are considering booking a trip to Finland but aren’t sure what to expect. Do all Finns have blonde hair and blue eyes? Are Finns as nice as everyone says they are? In this article, you’ll learn how foreigners view Finns (and how true their perceptions really are). Read on to find out what’s true and what’s false! 1. All Finns Have Blonde Hair and…

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How 3 Budapest friends are making a mark in eco-design – Budapest Travel Article

How 3 Budapest friends are making a mark in eco-design Nov17 The Medence Group Art and Service Ltd was founded in 2000 as an independent physical and spiritual creative workshop by three friends (Tóbiás Terebessy, designer; Gergely (Gergő) Magyar, visual communication designer; András Gross, architect). Today, 17 years later, they are one of the most well-known names in Hungary for sustainable design. Their recycled bags can be seen on the arms of a lot of people, but this collective really…

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Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. – Tokyo Travel Article

Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. Can’t wait for the Mt. Fuji Climbing Season?Here are the Top 5 Japan hikes with views of Mt. Fuji. ​Mt. Fuji is by far Japan’s most famous and Iconic Mountain However, one important point to note is when you are hiking Mt. Fuji you can’t actually see Mt. Fuji. Therefore, I would like to suggest some easy alternatives to hiking Mt. Fuji that will give you a great view of Mt.…

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17 Things to know before visiting the Philippines (Plus Local Tips) – Couples Travel Article

17 Things to know before visiting the Philippines (Plus Local Tips) Are you planning on taking a trip to the Philippines? Be fully prepared by reading this list of essential things you need to know before visiting the Philippines! 1. The local currency is peso You can exchange your money in the airport or money changers outside to Philippine peso. This is the only currency accepted in stores. Rough equivalent is $1 = P50. 2. What are the best months…

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Strick’s Retirement: Washington State…kayaking ! – Retirement Travel Article

Strick’s Retirement: Washington State…kayaking ! So…here’s our journey so far….Baker City, Kenniwick, Tucannon, Clarkston, Spokane, Republic, Trist, Anacortes, Soap Lake, Coeure D’Alene, Libby. We have been doing some kayaking along the way. Very relaxing way to spend a half-day…out on the water….with spectacular views!Getting Katie ready to go with her fancy life vest.Ahh….this is the life.Yes, I know, the water if crooked….only because the lake got a bit rough.You doing okay back there Dad?Coming back to the dock on a…

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Best Time to Visit New York City – USA Travel Article

Best Time to Visit New York City Want to know when is the right time to visit NYC? Here is a guide of all months, from the coldest to the warmest, brightest to rainy, busiest to cheapest, to choose according to your convenience. NYC is opulent, fast-paced, large and gregarious. Everyone has their own reasons to be here. It could be your first solo trip or your fifth time ‘I can’t get over NYC’ trip, or it could be a…

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Reduce spend with supplier management – Business Travel Article

Reduce spend with supplier management CORPORATE TRAVEL MANAGEMENT LIMITED – NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE INVESTORS 1. Important NoticeThe information on this page is not part of the Prospectus. You must read this important notice before you attempt to access the electronic version of the Prospectus on this website, and indicate your agreement or otherwise at the bottom of this notice. If you agree to these conditions, you will be given access to the electronic Prospectus. 2. Date and Duration of OfferCorporate…

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Shopping Street Götgatsbacken – Scandinavian Travel Article

Shopping Street Götgatsbacken One of the main thoroughfares on the island of Södermalm is Götgatan, just a 7-8 minute walk from Hotel Rival. This street cuts across the island from Slussen in the north to Skanstull in the south. The street itself isn’t that remarkable, and interesting for visitors, with the exception of the northern part of the street. This part of Götgatan, between Slussen and Medborgarplatsen, is pedestrian and you can find several restaurants and boutiques here. Götgatsbacken is…

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