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Quick Visit to Oxford, England

Quick Visit to Oxford, England

Oxford is synonymous with its famous university, one of the top two in the UK, and arguably in the world. It is, in fact, the oldest university in the English speaking world, and the second oldest in the entire world. The town of Oxford is jam-packed with other firsts...

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Rustic Hardware Store in Hangtown

Rustic Hardware Store in Hangtown

The oldest hardware store in continuous use west of the Mississippi is Placerville Hardware in Hangtown. Hangtown also goes by the name Placerville located where Highway 49 and 50 intersect in Gold Country California. It has been in business for over 160 years. The...

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How to Get an eVisa for India—The Easy Way

How to Get an eVisa for India—The Easy Way

Guest Author: Susana, iVisa.com The Indian visa application process is always changing and can be tricky. There are many sites which look “official” offering the Indian eVisas that are scams. However, to get a one-year eVisa can be easy. If you are unable or prefer...

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Road Trip Snacks From World Travel Bloggers

Road Trip Snacks From World Travel Bloggers

When on a road trip, who doesn’t want to have something to snack on? When you are driving for hours at a time, you will need to have snacks with you; to reduce your number of additional stops along the way. First, nine travel bloggers, who have traveled tens of...

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10 Expert Tips on Things to do in Edinburgh and Scotland

10 Expert Tips on Things to do in Edinburgh and Scotland

Following are tips on visiting Edinburgh from the musings of several travel bloggers. Many are places you may not find on your own, including tasty bites and historical locations. Most people only give the city a day or two to visit, but we would highly suggest adding...

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Escape to the Salt Marsh in Brooklyn New York

Escape to the Salt Marsh in Brooklyn New York

The Salt Marsh is a great place to escape from the big city and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. Tired of tall building? Take a short journey to the Salt Marsh in Brooklyn. If taking public transport, it takes a little bit of effort to get there, but is well...

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Tips on Riding the Subway in New York City

Tips on Riding the Subway in New York City

At first, the subway in New York City can seem quite intimidating. There are 27 subway lines and 472 stations! Learn a few tricks, take the time to understand where you are going and riding the subway will be a great way to get around this enormous city. There are...

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Visiting Port Angeles and the Olympic Peninsula

Visiting Port Angeles and the Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Mountains viewed from Edmonds, Washington Port Angeles is the most northern point of the iconic Highway 101; a historic highway that winds along the Pacific Ocean coastline of the United States. At one time, it started at the Mexican border; it now starts...

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The Difference in Traveling Style Between a Couple

The Difference in Traveling Style Between a Couple

Here is a tip you may not have thought about when traveling – women like structure and men like to wander. (In most cases – smile.) Lets talk about how to get along when a couple travels. Structure vs. Wandering Statistics show that women typically prefer structure...

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Tom and Cindy

Tom and Cindy

Twenty-five countries and counting. Tom is a professional photographer and Cindy is a freelance writer and organizes how they will get to their next location. They both delight in writing and hope you will savor their ramblings about travel, tips and fantastic places to visit.

 

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