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Bondi beach in London? G’day UK!

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Celebrating Australian culture in London thanks to a week long of events – that’s G’Day UK 2009.
The stream of events, sponsored by Australian tourist boards and other governmental institutions, is aimed at promoting travel to Australia but also at encouraging potential migrants to settle down under.
New South Wales’ government has converted a bank on river Thames into a replica [...] Continue Reading…

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May, What Do You Say? New Adventures!

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New adventures for May! Check them out:

Old San Juan City and Shopping Tour

Old San Juan City Bacardi Distillery Tour

El Yunque Rainforest Safari (with Luquillo Beach option)

Farjardo Bioluminescent Tour, Kayaking on Laguna Grande

Camuy Caves and Ionospheric Arecibo Observatory Tour

Farjardo Catamaran Trip with Snorkeling

A Fishing Adventure in the Arabian Sea

Deep Sea Fishing in the Arabian Sea

Cruise to Palm Island – Dubai

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Festival Season, Here We Come!

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The sun is out, and that means festival season is just around the corner! Luckily for me, Europe is home to the BEST summer festival line-up in the world. Though I’m sad to be wrapping up my study abroad time in London, there’s no bigger or better way to exit Europe than a few festival trips. This year’s line-up [...] Continue Reading…

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Summer Fun on the Tour de France Racetrack

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The most famous three weeks in cycling are back for the summertime! As the 96th Tour de France kicks off this July, hundreds of thousands of people will flock to this year’s twenty-one race route cities. The race departs Saturday, July 4th in Monaco, and after three weeks of winding around the French countryside (and even a little bit [...] Continue Reading…

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A to Z of Places to See (Cities T-Z)!

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York Manor - Indigo Goat

T is for Tallinn, Estonia: Though it’s got one of the smallest populations of the EU nations, there’s still plenty to see in this Baltic city. Tour the area’s two well-preserved old towns, Toompea, and, well, Old Town. Estonia is also home to beautiful marshlands, forests, and hiking trails, visit Lahemaa [...] Continue Reading…

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A to Z of Places to See (Cities N-S)!

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Orlando Fireworks - d4rr3ll

N is for Nice, France: Ideally situated between vineyards, hills, and the hotspots of the French Riviera, Nice is, well, quite nice. With shopping, museums, Roman ruins, warm beaches, and plenty of nightlife, the city is a tourist’s paradise, without all of the crowds.

O is for Orlando, Florida: The ultimate family destination, [...] Continue Reading…

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A to Z of Places to See (Cities G-M)!

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Red Square, Moscow - yeowatzup

G is for Galway, Ireland: If you’re looking for great tourism, go to Dublin, but for a real look at Irish culture, try the smaller, more Northern town of Galway. The city has been nicknamed “Croí Cultúrtha na hÉireann”, Ireland’s Cultural Heart, and is known best for throwing the Galway Arts [...] Continue Reading…

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A-to-Z of Places to See!

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Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland - conner395

A is for Athens, Greece: Not only is Athens the largest city in Greece, but it’s one of the oldest in the world, with plenty of ancient monuments to show for it. An afternoon of sightseeing will undoubtedly take you to the Parthenon on the Acropolis; just don’t forget that [...] Continue Reading…

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Walking Cities Part 6: Paris

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If you’ve missed the introduction to this series, click here. For part 2, click here. For part 3, click here. For part 4, click here. For part 5, here!

City of Lights, indeed - Serge Melki

You know a city is great when it’s hard to write an article about. Paris is packed with such a variety [...] Continue Reading…

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Walking Cities Part 5: New Orleans

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If you’ve missed the introduction to this series, click here. For part 2, click here. For part 3, click here. For part 4, click here.

Jackson Square, the French Quarter - paparutzi

New Orleans may not be one of the typical “Top 5” tourist destinations, but its status as one of the states’ most underrated vacation spots [...] Continue Reading…

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