examples of travel magazine articles

Sky Princess crew use computer pads to make cruise service more personal – Cuba Travel Article

Sky Princess crew use computer pads to make cruise service more personal OceanMedallion is easy tech at work The 3,660-passenger Sky Princess, anchored off Princess Cays in the Bahamas (Photos by David G. Molyneaux, TheTravelMavens.com) By David G. MolyneauxTheTravelMavens.com If ever you have been unclothed or otherwise unprepared for visitors to your cruise ship cabin, and realized suddenly that a steward has unwittingly entered the cabin to tidy up, you will see immediate vacation advantages in the techy OceanMedallion distributed…

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Sweden’s Kattegattleden: The Best Bike Trip for Non-Bikers – Couples Travel Article

Sweden’s Kattegattleden: The Best Bike Trip for Non-Bikers I’ve always wanted to explore a country by bicycle. We’ve met so many long-distance bikers over the years, all praising it as the purest means of travel. Not just for its zero emissions, but the lack of barriers between you, nature, and the locals. As a mode of transportation, biking keeps you moving at a decent pace but goes slow enough to take in the scenery. Meeting our friend Jamie who tandem…

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Best Colleges with Scandinavian Studies Degrees – Scandinavian Travel Article

Best Colleges with Scandinavian Studies Degrees Have you chosen to pursue a Scandinavian study degree? If you have, your choices for education in the US are not very numerous. This type of major is currently offered at a limited number of schools. Nevertheless, you can still find quality programs that aren’t necessarily taught in Scandinavian universities in Europe as long as you know where to look. Read more about the best colleges with Scandinavian studies degrees In this article, you’ll…

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Inspiring Organizations To Embrace Sustainability In Japan With Tove Kinooka – Tokyo Travel Article

Inspiring Organizations To Embrace Sustainability In Japan With Tove Kinooka Though a long-term resident of Japan, Tove Kinooka is well plugged into the climate crisis facing the globe. A passionate believer that the world is a delicate ecosystem, she has long followed the environmental news with concern and tried to consider sustainability in her daily life in Japan. In 2015, Tove Kinooka took another step in the direction of sustainability in Japan by co-founding Global Perspectives Japan, a consultancy that…

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What to do in Warsaw: The ultimate Warsaw travel guide – Travel Article

Hey there! Alexx here from Finding Alexx, I’m visiting a new country every week for a year with my route based off the cheapest flight each Tuesday. Crazy? Yes. Epic? Also yes. You can read more about my trip here, and week 4 took me to Warsaw, Poland. Here’s all you need to know about this incredible city, in  my full Warsaw travel guide! Known as Poland’s Phoenix City, because it rose from the ashes of World War II, Warsaw is…

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Copenhagen’s best breweries serving beer – Scandinavian Travel Article

Copenhagen’s best breweries serving beer Copenhagen is well-known as the home of Carlsberg, even though this big-name brand actually moved its main brewery out of the city more than a decade ago. Today, the city is brimming with breweries, including plenty of independent microbreweries that have entered the scene in recent years. Take our word for it: Copenhagen should not be overlooked by any self-respecting beer enthusiast! Read on to find out our pick of Copenhagen’s best breweries. Nørrebro Bryghus…

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