Posted on April 26, 2017 by Milou van Roon in Travel
Move over Caribbean: Europe has great islands too! Of course you’ve heard of some of the most famous ones such as Ibiza, Sicily and Cyprus, but there’s more to see. Here’s a list of lesser known islands you should know about. They offer stunning nature, unique traditions and interesting history. Which ones did you know?
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Posted on April 21, 2017 by Wyndham Extra Holidays in Travel
See why tourists can’t resist Clearwater Beach, Florida, and save 20% at Wyndham Clearwater Beach Resort when you go.
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Posted on April 19, 2017 by David Duran in Travel
The U.S. might be one of the world’s largest economies, or have some of the world’s largest cities, or even be one of the world’s largest countries, but you probably didn’t know that it was also home to a lot of the world’s largest random things. That’s right, from the list below, please take the time to read about and enjoy these prestigious world titles currently held by the United States.
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Posted on April 12, 2017 by Julie Tulba in Travel
It always amazes me when I hear that people traveled all the way to Hawaii and didn’t rent a car and never really ventured beyond where they were staying. I get the whole point of wanting to travel to a tropical destination and do nothing. But Hawaii is not some secluded island. And frankly, if all you want to do is sit on a beach, there are places much closer to home considering it’s an incredibly long day of travel when coming from the East Coast, and even from the West Coast you’re still looking at a five hour plane ride, roughly.
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Posted on April 05, 2017 by David Duran in Travel
Traveling the globe can be challenging…especially when it comes to language barriers. Thinking of heading to Australia? Sure, they speak English down there, but just like anywhere else, they also have slang words that often make no sense to those of us not from there. Here’s a quick Aussie language lesson to get you ready for a trip down under.
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Posted on March 23, 2017 by Jessica Buck in Travel
Located right on the Mississippi River, the city of New Orleans is in the state of Louisiana, near the Gulf of Mexico. Famed for its vibrant nightlife and live jazz music, New Orleans is one of the most visited cities in the U.S., attracting around 9.7 million tourists each year. Fondly nicknamed as Nola, the city is big on culture, especially with its spicy cuisine which takes its influence from its French, African and American heritage. New Orleans is a wonderful place to visit at any time of the year, but arguably more so around Mardi Gras time, a late-winter carnival showcasing vibrant street parties, live music and colorful costumed parades.
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Posted on March 15, 2017 by David Duran in Travel
We all want free stuff, and when traveling, and even the smallest of free victories is something to celebrate. Nowadays it’s easier to find discounts vs. free, but for those looking to save even extra pennies when on a trip, here are some tips to help you save up!
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Posted on March 08, 2017 by Jessica Buck in Travel
Established in November 1926, running between Chicago, Illinois and Santa Monica, California, stretching for almost 4,000 km (almost 2,500 miles) and passing through no less than eight U.S. states, Route 66 is one of the most famous road trips in the world. Both tourists and U.S. nationals can be found taking on the route, many of them opting to do the entire drive, starting in Chicago and finish up in Santa Monica. A number of different methods of transportation have been used over the years to complete Route 66, from camper vans and coaches to sports cars and motorcycles, there’s no wrong way to explore this part of the U.S. If you’re going to do Route 66, you better do it properly. Here’s how to plan the perfect Route 66 road trip in 6 easy steps.
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