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Explore Top Paris Highlights in 4 Day-Trip Routes

how to see Paris in 4 days?Paris, France ... 20+ sights ... in 4 days! Here’s our game plan, the reasons why to visit these sights, and how to be as efficient as you can and save your foot-power! Ah, the City of Lights ...

Summer Skinny Dipping

summer skinny dippingWelcome to the lazy, hazy days of summer with the sun blazing and warm winds blowing. The beach is calling with cool waters ready to tease away that heat ...

Travel to this Years Blockbuster Movie Locations ~ 2019

Lion King's African savannahsThe silver screen is celebrated for its power to enchant moviegoers with sights, sounds and stories from every corner of the globe. With seven new travel-inspired movies premiering this year ...

Vancouver's Shangri-La Hotel

Chi, the Spa at Vancouvers Shangri-LaCentrally located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the Shangri-La Hotel is a short walk to great nightlife and entertainment, the commercial mecca of Robson Street and less than 20 minutes’ walk to Stanley Park, Gastown, Davie Street and Yaletown ...

12 Pride Celebrations to Expand your Travel

PRIDE travel opportunitiesPRIDE events are held in over 100+ cities around the world with festivals and parades ranging from outright Mardi Gras-style celebrations with parades and festivals to more politicized marches and parades in some countries ...

Travel Advice for Visiting a New Country

the beauty of enjoying a Greek sunset ...As you arrive at your new destination, the unknown of the new culture and different lifestyles will be both exhilarating and stress-inducing for their wonderful, delicious differences. Proceed with an open mind ...

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  • On Cuba Travel ~ 10 Things You Need to Know Before You Go, admin said "Thanks Gordon for the update ... and given most routes to the resorts on the coast are an hour+ and it's Cuban warm, that money for a beverage is a great tip!"
  • On Cuba Travel ~ 10 Things You Need to Know Before You Go, Gordon Mitchell said "Over the last few years The $25 departure tax has been included in your airfare. Make sure you convert your cash at the airport so you can buy a cold beer on the bus on your way to the resort. They will take canadian money but not loonies and toonies. "
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