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Guide to Visiting Space Center Houston, Texas – Travel Article

If you are visiting Houston in Texas, one attraction we can highly recommend you spend some time at is the Space Center Houston.Space Center Houston is the official visitor center of the NASA Johnson Space Center, which is the home of NASA’s Mission Control and where U.S. astronauts are trained. It’s also a Smithsonian affiliate museum.There are two main parts to a visit to the Space Center. There’s the large self-guided Space Center museum itself, which is home to numerous…

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| Travel + Leisure – Travel Article

| Travel + Leisure Welcome! Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads. We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet. You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, the NAI’s website, and/or the EU…

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Rojo Coffee: A Passion Project of Two Foodies – Travel Article

Rojo Coffee Celebrates Filipino Food and Spanish Cuisine July 2, 2019, was a memorable day for Jovy Acuzar and Khaled Ostwani. The foodie couple officially launched their passion project, Rojo Coffee and invited bloggers and other people from the media to try out their delectable treats. Rojo Coffee Grand OpeningMetro Manila is home to numerous coffee shops so what sets Rojo Coffee apart? Well, for Filipinos and even a growing number of foreigners trying Filipino food, eating rice is a…

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10 Perfect Weekend Trips for Solo Female Travelers – Travel Article

Pin me!Looking for a solo weekend getaway that’s easy to reach, easy to love, and easy to navigate? Are you hoping for plenty of things to do that are enjoyable if you’re solo, but also might introduce you to local people? The following are a few of my favorite weekend getaways for solo female travelers, mostly in the western USA:  1. Boise, Idaho Boise is so unexpectedly cool, I was blown away by all there is to do and see…

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7 Gifts To Give A Travelling Musician – Travel Article

Many musicians love the freedom of the nomadic lifestyle that goes with being a travelling performer, and wouldn’t trade it for the world. However, that doesn’t mean that being a travelling musician doesn’t come with its share of trials! When you’re looking to find the perfect gift for a travelling musician, then you’ll want to strike an ideal balance between thoughtfulness and practicality. The last thing a traveller wants is to get bogged down by a bunch of unnecessary gear…

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How We Made Over $13.1K in June – Travel Article

We spent the first week of June at the IPW conference, where they shut down Disneyland for IPW, and we got to preview the new Star Wars Land. I usually opt out of conferences, and let Jacob do what he does best, but I couldn’t pass up going to Disneyland!The second week, we were in Alaska, where we experienced 24 hours of daylight for the first time. It tripped me out, but I loved that golden hour lasted forever.Back in…

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Big Daddy Casino launch in Goa, Asia’s biggest Offshore Casino – Travel Article

What comes to your mind when you hear the word Casino, Vegas? Macau? What if I tell you that we have Casino in India and in the UT of Goa.With its latest addition to Casino is Big Daddy Casino, newly launched situated just 5 minutes away from Captain of Ports Jetty, Mandovi River, Panaji, Goa. This is connected via several feeder boats to ferry visitors to and fro from the mainland. As a part of GoldenGlobe Hotels Private Limited, Big…

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Journey To The Dead Sea And The Ancient Fortress Of Masada – Hand Luggage Only – Travel Article

Back in Jerusalem, on a very strong recommendation (and after a shower at the hotel), we headed out into town in search of dessert and cocktails. Walking around Jerusalem at night is such a different experience to what we’d had in the afternoon thus far. In the afternoon, it had been very much about religious sites – fairly serious, I guess and definitely more conservative. At night, however, the city was more playful as residents and visitors alike put…

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The Most Festive 4th of July Celebrations Around the United States • The Blonde Abroad – Travel Article

There is no better time to explore America than on the 4th of July. From sea to shining sea, there are so many ways to celebrate Independence Day with a bang!Festivities come in all shapes and sizes depending on where you are. From fireworks to festivals to parades, there is something for everyone in each of the 50 states. And even if you aren’t from the US—no worries! Everyone is welcome to join in on the celebration.Fun Fact: Did you…

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The Best Viewpoints in Barcelona – Travel Article

There’s no denying that Barcelona is particularly aesthetically pleasing. Just wandering through the gothic neighbourhoods and the beach side streets leaves both locals and tourists utterly speechless. With the arrival of summer comes the influx of visitors from all over the world, meaning that the roads and pavements will get increasingly busier as the sun continues to shine. Therefore, if you want to appreciate the beauty that is Barcelona, you need to head up above the city. There are plenty…

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Professor G. Scott Hubbard on space tourism – Lonely Planet’s travel blog – Travel Article

In this guest post, Stanford University’s Professor G. Scott Hubbard – former Director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, founding editor-in-chief of the New Space journal, and author of Exploring Mars: Chronicles from a Decade of Discovery – looks at whether the travel industry is heading for the final frontier. Having been active in the US space program for 45 years, both with NASA and now Stanford, I’ve seen many proposals suggesting that personal space travel is right around the corner.…

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