Posted on November 08, 2017 by Lavanya Sunkara in Travel
Ever since Under the Tuscan Sun burst into the spotlight, the sleepy towns of Central Italy have come to life with tourists, all wanting a taste of the delicious wine and the serenity of driving on the cypress lined roads of the countryside. But, one would be surprised to learn that the roads connecting the hilltop villages are winding and getting from one place to the next needs a bit of planning and savvy driving skills. Here, we’ve put together some do’s and don’ts of road tripping for your Tuscan getaway.
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Posted on October 25, 2017 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
On a recent trip to Newark, Delaware, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Hilton Wilmington/Christiana hotel. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on October 11, 2017 by TripBeat in Travel
As the leaves change and we start to near the holiday season, there’s surely only one thing on everyone’s mind: Vacation! Vacation! Vacation!
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Posted on September 29, 2017 by Julie Tulba in Travel
One of the things I love most about this country is that there is so much to see and do, whether it be the bright lights of its big cities, its white sandy beaches, or its outdoor sites. Having grown up in a major East Coast city, it’s the national parks out west that interest me the most – these are the places I dream about visiting. While I had the supreme pleasure of seeing the gorgeous Arches National Park, one of Utah’s Mighty 5 national parks, my visit was much too short. I left Utah craving more of nature’s gifts to mankind. And so here’s my National Parks bucket list trip, one in which I’d put many miles on a rental car, but I wouldn’t mind since I feel driving around out west is a treat within itself.
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Posted on September 13, 2017 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
On a recent trip to Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Hilton Garden Inn Kennett Square hotel. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on August 30, 2017 by David Duran in Travel
We’ve all seen the television shows where people are forced to eat all sorts of crazy foods, insects, and things that make most of us a bit queasy. But most would be surprised to know that around the world, people happily eat all sorts of things that we just aren’t use to. If you think about it, the same could be said about what we eat. But still, it’s hard to fathom sometimes how anyone could eat something so different, so bizarre, so unknown. Below are 10 foods from around the word that will most likely make your stomach churn, or maybe make you hungry – no judgment either way.
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Posted on August 03, 2017 by Cheryl Rodewig in Travel
On a recent trip to Niagara Falls, travel writer Cheryl Rodewig stayed at the Wingate by Wyndham Niagara Falls hotel. Here’s her take on the experience.
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Posted on July 12, 2017 by Julie Tulba in Travel
When I travel these days, I often pack a lot of activity in what is typically a short period of time. I see and do a great deal without always taking time to step back and savor those unique cultural experiences (i.e., the stuff they don’t really tell you about in a guidebook!). So, in no particular order, here are the five places I’d like to live like a local, by way of going the slow travel vacation rental property route, rather than the traditional in-and-out hotel route.
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