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Four questions you should always ask your hotel

But every hotel is not created equal, and it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting into when (and ideally before) you book a room. This ...
30-09-2015 03:33

It Took Me More Than 24 Hours To Reach Middle Earth

Five years ago when I went Japan for the very first time, I stopby at 5 different airports in 4 different countries within 24 hours when it only took ...
30-09-2015 03:32

California Roadtrip 2015: Yosemite National Park

Yosemite had always been on my list of ?10,000 Places to See Before I Die?, but I always thought that I would save visiting it for last. One would th ...
30-09-2015 03:33

Mobile Street Cleaners & Plant Waterers in Montreal, Canada

I found this yesterday while walking around Montreal with my niece:Aren\'t they just cool" The guy is a city street cleaner and plant waterer. He goes ...
29-09-2015 03:33

Sunken City: The ruins of a neighborhood that nearly slipped

The remains of a street are visible on the right. When the ground gave way and formed the cliff, the rest of the street ended up down below. Today, Su ...
29-09-2015 03:33

Signs are all down

Yesterday I was back out on the refuge with a power drill to take down all the signs Katie and I put up three weeks ago. As usual, I couldn?t pass ...
27-09-2015 03:32

Skansen Aquarium

Path leading up to the Aquarium from the main Skansen entrance.I have been to Skansen many times and written about it here a few times. Skansen is one ...
27-09-2015 03:32

A serendipitous end of summer celebration in Salt Lake City

For me, having an overnight in Salt Lake City is in some ways like coming back home. Jim and I lived there for a little over a year, just over a year ...
26-09-2015 03:32

Almost Britishly Naked at the Covent Garden

I have been super duper busy this week that when I get home I just do not have the energy to blog. Anyway, to cheer myself up, I am reminded of this r ...
26-09-2015 03:33
25-09-2015 03:31

Patagonia Shakes" Well, Not So Much

Prior to a vacation, first-timers start paying closer attention to what?s happening at their destination.  Many of those anticipating a southern summe ...
25-09-2015 03:31

Driving some back roads

Fall migration has begun, and for the next two months more and more waterfowl will be making their way to the Klamath Basin.  The other day, I took a ...
25-09-2015 03:31

Volunteering in Iceland

If you?ve ever wanted a meaningful holiday without breaking the bank, then volunteering is the solution. You not only get to know the locals well but ...
24-09-2015 03:31

Best of France This Weekend in NYC

This weekend, Times Square in Manhattan will be transformed into a huge French marketplace called Best of France. The September 26 and 27 event is ...
24-09-2015 03:31

And...We're Off Again!

At Sunset Point RV Resort, Marble Falls, Texas...Okay, enough of the downtime and chores; we\'re off again! This won\'t be anything like the epic tou ...
24-09-2015 03:31

Listen to the incredible street musicians of Chicago

We recently made a quick, one-day trip to Chicago. While we’re excited to see more of the city on future trips, in just one day we managed to take i ...
24-09-2015 03:31

Favorite Hikes: Conundrum, Colorado is a cauldron of hot spr

When I did this hike with my friend Colina, we decided to turn it into a short backpacking trip so we could enjoy our time at the hot springs. Those ...
23-09-2015 03:32

U2 in Ziggo Dome Amsterdam: iNNOCENCE & eXPERIENCE Tour 2015

So we attended the latest U2 concert tour in Amsterdam last weekend called: iNNOCENCE & eXPERIENCE 2015.The band played a few of their new songs but m ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Tokyo: Shibuya to Harajuku Street Scenes

These are pictures during our walk from Shibuya Station to the Harajuku area.We got lost actually and we were going around in circles. It just takes 2 ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Peruvian Journey Part 4: Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the crown gems of Peru\'s historic sights. Surround by a deep valley on three sides, nestled in the mountains, and effectively ...
23-09-2015 03:32

California Roadtrip 2015: Missions Along the El Camino Real

There are 21 missions established between the period 1769-1833, near the California coast along the El Camino Real (King?s Highway) extending 650 mile ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Hitch Itch, a Visit With Mike and Marian and Other Stuff

At home near Fort Worth, Texas...I\'m not sure that "hitch itch" is the correct term. It certainly was applicable when we had a fifth wheel, but now w ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Starting on a new project

I?ve been assigned a couple of other projects during my time here at Tule Lake NWR in addition to work in the VC and doing a weekly bird survey.  I g ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Six websites about Iceland that are better than a travel boo

After discovering that my go to guidebooks for Europe haven’t published anything on Iceland, I headed home and turned to the blogosphere.  3. Extre ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Fate and Crystal Palace Pub in Bath, England

I don?t like going to pubs on my own. I always thought that it?s a place to hang out with other people, and if you are still going anyway that means t ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Crystal Cruises - They Liked it So Much They Bought the Ship

Crystal Cruises\' parent, Genting Hong Kong has announced what it has been working on for months: The purchase of the controlling interest in Lloyd We ...
23-09-2015 03:32

6 days itinerary trip in Iceland by Brooke (October 5th-10th

In thanks for all of the tips I picked up from other travelers, here is brief trip report. Six of us were in Iceland on October 5-10, six days on the ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Vines to fall in love with fall

School is back in and those long summer days are finally starting to shorten and cool off. This is especially true up here in Michigan, where Jim and ...
23-09-2015 03:32

The Royal Crescent Bath

Built in the mid 18th century, the Royal Crescent is one of the great examples of Georgian architecture in the UNESCO world heritage city of Bath in S ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Urban Community Gardens and the Effort to Change the Food Cu

Getting Out of the Lazy BoxSix months ago, I was learning and working on a farm in northern Thailand.  It was something I longed to dedicate my time ...
23-09-2015 03:32
23-09-2015 03:32

Breakfast at Haneda Airport: Natto, Sashimi & Raw Octopus

This was during one of my transfers last year 2014. I have just arrived at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo from Manila. My next flight is not un ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Fête de la Gastronomie is Sept 25 to 27

The 5th-annual here.  For the press kit in English, click here.  You can also follow the Fête on  ...
23-09-2015 03:32

We have moved! Welcome to our new site: zouktheworld.com!

Dance the World has moved! In May 2015 we launched our new & dramatically improved website Zouk The World, which you can find at zouktheworld.com.Sinc ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Don?t visit The Goonies House

I visited The Goonies House because when I googled ?Astoria? it was one of the first things to come up. But there are two reasons you should not go t ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Must Visit in Bath, England: The Ancient Roman Baths

Perhaps the highlight of my visit in the UNESCO world heritage city of Bath: the ancient Roman Baths. The city is named after the hot spring that Bath ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Restaurant Volt

I just returned from a week-long vacation in Kraków; recharging my batteries after a busy summer season here at the Rival Hotel. But just before my va ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Yes, We Had Never Been to Glacier!

The kids check out the Apgar Visitor Center\'s map.I know this sounds crazy, but Linda and I had never been to Glacier National Park. We don\'t have v ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Japan (2013) Day 4: Kitano-cho of Kobe

Date Visited: 13 October 2013The first half of the day both mommy and I spent touring around Himeji Castle and Kokoen Garden, then we continued to the ...
23-09-2015 03:32

Europe’s refugee crisis is threatening the idea of a b

BuzzFeed News colleague Francis Whittaker: As a result, the borderless clicking over, but in a word, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Rep ...
16-09-2015 03:32

CSI in Cologne

I am in Cologne, Germany the whole week this week for an event and yesterday after we finished building our stand at the Koelmesse located in Deutz, I ...
16-09-2015 03:32

California Roadtrip 2015: Postcards from Solvang

On a tour of mission churches in California, we stopped to eat and shop at a tiny village called Solvang (Danish for \'sunny field\').  It is a beaut ...
16-09-2015 03:32

The Canadian Rockies - with kids & a dog - accommodation, fo

Lonely Planet Banff, Jasper and Glacier National Parks (Travel Guide) ...
16-09-2015 03:32

Reaching My Peak (in the Andes)

As I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, Mt. Rainier was always a looming presence ? at least when the rainclouds cleared enough for us to see it from m ...
16-09-2015 03:32

Japan (2013) Day 4: Himeji Castle & Kokoen Garden

Date Visited: 13th October 2013Rise and shine! Without realised, it\'s the fourth day we\'re in Japan. And today our travel adventures are going to be ...
15-09-2015 03:32

Back in the land of the living"

When a person has a total hip replacement, they are doomed to have to take a mega dose of antibiotics any time they have a dental appointment after th ...
15-09-2015 03:32

Putting the Ceramics in Syracuse

Marcus during a layover in Syracuse, New York, last week. They have over 4,000 ceramics pieces in their permanent collection ? though not all curr ...
15-09-2015 03:32

Journées du Patrimoine is Next Weekend

It\'s that time again: The 32nd annual éAix, Arles, Marseille, Avignon, Carpentras/Mont Ventoux, Nimes,  ...
15-09-2015 03:32

Dinner at the Chic ?Olive Lounge Restaurant? in Lourdas, Kef

This restaurant in Lourdas is always busy!When we first came here we couldn?t get a table. We were told to wait for half an hour so instead we went to ...
14-09-2015 03:31

Kefalonia (Greece): The Valleys of Omala and Getting Lost at

Dutchman and I have been all over the island of Kefalonia with the scooter. One of the interesting routes we have encountered in the island is the bea ...
14-09-2015 03:31

America's Rodeo Tradition... is it here to stay"

Most weekends in and around Miami there are no shortages of cultural things to do.  The scenes are wide and pretentious from swanky and posh, to hips ...
14-09-2015 03:31

Kefalonia, Greece: Dinner in Katelios Bay at Medusa Taverna

So after spending a hot afternoon in Skala Beach lounging at the Metaxa Beach Bar, Dutchman and I came back to Kateleios Bay for dinner.In Greece (and ...
13-09-2015 03:31

The Fish/Seafood Tavernas at Kateleios Bay in Kefalonia, Gre

When Dutchman and I are summer holidaying in the Greek Islands, which we tend to do now on a yearly basis, we always rent a scooter. We prefer the sc ...
13-09-2015 03:31

Four tips for making the most of a trip when you’re si

One of my favorite trips I?ve ever taken was to Spain and Morocco. For a couple of weeks, Laura and I explored Madrid, Barcelona, Ronda, and Segovia, ...
12-09-2015 03:31

An ode to the things that keep us cool while traveling

It’s September. Students are back in school, leaves are changing color, and football teams are playing. And yet, as I write this it is literally 90 ...
11-09-2015 03:32

Japan (2013) Day 3: Universal Studios Japan, Osaka

Date Visited: 12th October 2013"I want to go to Disneyland" my mom said to me."But there is no Disneyland in Kansai area" I replied to my mom."However ...
11-09-2015 03:31

I?ve been feeling pretty lazy

I haven?t posted in a week, and I spent the last three days off just taking care of personal business and chilling out.  Not very exciting.  The big ...
10-09-2015 03:32

Hanging Out at the Metaxa Beach Bar in Skala, Kefalonia

This is one of our summer holdiay afternoons on Kefalonia in the Greek Islands. An afternoon in Skala Beach at the Metaxa Beach Bar with the Dutchman. ...
10-09-2015 03:32

Lake Mead, behind Hoover Dam, is astonishingly low right now

By now, the fact that the American West is experiencing a drought is no surprise. And we’ve all probably seen the pictures of empty reservoirs, with ...
10-09-2015 03:32

Favorite Hikes: Wye Valley, Wales is a Romantic riverside ra

The River Wye wends through a poetic patchwork of sheep-filled pastures, forested hills, and the occasional medieval ruin. And it doesn’t even matt ...
09-09-2015 03:32

Kids, reading, and books - 5 tips & 5 of my favourite quotes

Today is International Literacy Day, and to celebrate I\'m sharing five of my favourite quotes about reading and books, paired with five tips for gett ...
09-09-2015 03:32

Japan (2013) Day 2: Kofukuji Temple & Nara Park

Date Visited: 11th October 2013Deer is what I can imagine when comes to Nara. These notable symbol of Nara is believed to be messengers of god.On the ...
08-09-2015 03:32

A New Cooking School In Provence

To celebrate a birthday this winter, my friend Susan invited a couple lucky friends to join her for a few days in ...
08-09-2015 03:32

Last Minute Decision

We spent the last month trying to decide if we wanted to go up to Priest Lake and stay with the Anderson clan at Indian Creek campground. Two week ago ...
08-09-2015 03:32

Lorraine?s Magic Hill Restaurant has the Best Views in Lourd

The restaurant sits on top of a hill overlooking Lourdas (Lourdata) Beach. No one can beat the view here during the day and in the evening as well. We ...
08-09-2015 03:32

JT4: Introduction and Conclusion

A summary of our 2014 trip to JapanWelcome to the \'Trip to Japan\' travel blog!I\'m Eric and in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 my girlfriend Kate an ...
07-09-2015 03:31

Reminder: Book Early and Save!

Ryder-Walker\'s 2016 hiking tour schedule is online, and you\'re invited to join us in Cotswolds, guided, self guided tours.What if you\'re ...
07-09-2015 03:32

Grumpy at Agios Thomas Beach in Kefalonia, Greece

Dutchman and I were scouting for a beach nearby from our apartment in Leviathos to stay put in the afternoon. This is what we usually do during our su ...
07-09-2015 03:32

I was that Creepy Guy at the Beach - the American Phenomena

I love going to the beach and people watch.  I\'m that creepy guy that will go alone and just watch you.  Yes, you.  Not behind a tree, but behind ...
07-09-2015 03:32

Day 21: Osaka and flight home

Saturday, 26 July 2014Continues from Day 20: Naruto & Tenjin Matsuri (Osaka) This morning was our last in Japan, and this will be a short post as we ...
07-09-2015 03:31

Canada please!

Oh dear me, I have just booked my flight and car rental to Canada! =)I am going to the following cities and I need tips on food, culture, cool archite ...
07-09-2015 03:32

Indoor Food Market Hall: The Foodhallen Amsterdam

One of the new additions to Amsterdam?s gastronomic scene is the Foodhallen located in the western part of Amsterdam Centrum. The Foodhallen reminds m ...
06-09-2015 03:32

Autumn Art Exhibitions In Stockholm

Olafur Eliasson at Moderna.Seu corpo da obra (Your body of work), 2011. Test at Studio Olafur Eliasson, 2015© 2015 Olafur Eliasson. Fotograf: Maria de ...
06-09-2015 03:32

Zwolle on a Saturday in January

Bru and I met up last January in Zwolle, a medieval city in the eastern part of the Netherlands.In Zwolle we visited a bookstore in a church, checked ...
06-09-2015 03:32

Peruvian Journey Part 3: Ollantaytambo

Ollantaytambo is a small town nestled in the mouth of the valley that leads to Machu Picchu. Even though it was a brief overnight stop, this was actua ...
05-09-2015 03:32

There is a place filled with dinosaur tracks and ancient pet

In a word: The Parowan Gap, in Utah, has numerous Native American rock drawings, as well as fossilized dinosaur footprints. It’s free and lies about ...
05-09-2015 03:32

Road trip tips: “Road Tripping” is a mindset

We just got back from another road trip, this time through parts of Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and California. It was a fun and exciting adventure (posts ...
04-09-2015 03:32

Foodie Friday: The Coffee Lab by Frankie Interior Design

Note: It\'s non-halal.Coffee, cakes and chit chat - That\'s what my BFF and I love to do when we met up. And among all the latest lifestyle cafes in ...
04-09-2015 03:31

When I was 23!

I look so saintly and so fragile here. Unplucked eyebrows" Haha!The only thing I can remember of this picture is that a colleague took this in Manila ...
04-09-2015 03:32

Seabourn's New Cruise Documents - A Real Touch of Class

I just received Seabourn\'s newest cruise documents which should start rolling out soon and am quite impressed both for their elegance and functiona ...
03-09-2015 03:31

Bath, England: Fish & Chips and Mushy Peas at Garfunkels

I love deep fried cod fish. Not the healthiest kind of food out there. That is why we love it, right" =)So I am in England (last March) and I knew tha ...
03-09-2015 03:31

A different kind of assignment today

Intern Katie and I headed out this morning on a dual assignment for the refuge complex hunt biologist.  We had to go to the ...
03-09-2015 03:31

Two ways we’ve saved tons of money for traveling

Laura and I started traveling together back in our college days. After a few initial road trips, we decided to save up and backpack through Brazil and ...
03-09-2015 03:31

Japan (2013) Day 1: From Kansai International Airport (KIX)

When majority keep sharing and posting "I Want To Travel Around The World With My Other Half!", but how come no one actually share that "I Want To Tra ...
02-09-2015 03:32

English-Speaking Cancer Support in France

The good folks at the non-profit Cancer Support France have just launched a new association serving the Vaucluse, the Bouches du Rhône and t ...
02-09-2015 03:32

Restaurant Svartengrens

I was off of work last week as I had family & friends visiting. Some of them were visiting Stockholm for the first time, so we did many things that I ...
02-09-2015 03:32

Best Hot Springs in Iceland

Iceland is a volcanic island on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge rift zone, and the country\'s volcanic base contributes to its geothermal activity.This activit ...
02-09-2015 03:33

Höfn is a slice of heaven in southeastern Iceland

The glacial lake above is about a 30 minute drive west of Höfn along the Ring Road and about 15 minutes up a dirt offshoot. From the shore, we watche ...
02-09-2015 03:32

Half Moon Bay: Sunday Musing

The sign, ?Serious Drought Help Save Water? displayed on the electronic highway board, opened up an interesting conversation about the California drou ...
02-09-2015 03:32

Heads up -- European Day of Jewish Culture is next weekend

By Ruth Ellen Gruber If you are in Europe -- in virtually any country in Europe -- next weekend, you will be able to experience the European Day of Je ...
01-09-2015 03:31

Instagram, thankfully, now allows wide photos

Late last week, Instagram finally added a long-needed feature: wide photos. And I, for one, am thrilled to be able to post images like this: If this ...
01-09-2015 03:32

Day 20: Naruto & Tenjin Matsuri (Osaka)

Friday, 25 July 2014Continues from Day 19: Oku-Iya Valley and TokushimaUnfortunately today is our last full day in Japan!We had a full day and night p ...
01-09-2015 03:31

Bath Upper Town Shopping: Elegant Milsom Street

The main shopping street of Bath is Southgate Street but if you are looking for the chicer boutiques and shops, you can better head off to  Milsom St ...
01-09-2015 03:32
 



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