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Good Hotel Guide

Chic Beach Hotels in France

Good Hotel Guide | July 27, 2016 | Travel
(c) Ti Al Lannec Nowhere does chic and stylish quite like France, and nothing is more relaxing than a seaside holiday. Whether you choose a hotel in a sleepy village by the sea, on the dramatic coastline or on the glamorous Riviera,...
Krystina Nguyen

5 Ways Millennials Can Make Extra Money to Travel the World

Krystina Nguyen | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Of course, use proper discretion when working side businesses as you should only do whatever you are comfortable with. From some or all of these side hustles, you could earn yourself a nice vacation!
La Carmina

A Miffy The Bunny Travel Guide To Utrecht, Netherlands

La Carmina | July 26, 2016 | Travel
I adore Miffy, the cute Dutch bunny -- and took advantage of a Netherlands stopover to visit all her themed attractions.
Shannon Ullman

How To Become A Flight Attendant

Shannon Ullman | July 26, 2016 | Travel
If you've always wanted to learn how to become a flight attendant, you'll need to find ways to stay ahead of the competition. Follow these guidelines on your journey to flying the friendly skies.
Rick Steves

My Return to Leading Tours

Rick Steves | July 26, 2016 | Travel
I love being a tour guide. For more than 20 years, that was my primary work. But for well over a decade, I have not led a tour. (Instead, each year, I've signed up as a participant on a Rick Steves tour -- which I absolutely love.) This year, I...
Shannon Ullman

5 Books You Should Read if You Want to Freelance to Fund Your Travels

Shannon Ullman | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Making money while traveling is entirely possible and you don't even have to pick up odd jobs or teach English to do it. In fact, there is a whole sect of people out in the traveling world who make money online through various mediums. From writing, blogging and online tutoring to Dropshipping, internet marketing and advertising, digital nomads (travelers who fund their lives through online work,) are making fantastic incomes through freelancing.
Shannon Ullman

6 Ways to Improve Your Travel Blog

Shannon Ullman | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Travel blogging is a fantastic way to document your journey, inspire the internet world and make an income to support your travels. While starting a travel blog is highly recommended, this article goes out to those of you who already have one.
Bob Schulman

La Cucaracha: No Pot, No Travel

Bob Schulman | July 26, 2016 | Travel
If you're a frequent visitor to Mexico, chances are you've heard bands play the popular Latin song "La Cucaracha" a zillion times at floor shows and parties. But you likely have no idea of what the song is all about. Someone said it's about cockroaches. Could that be right?
Christian John Hadjipateras

Island Hopping Around the Cyclades, Greece: Part I

Christian John Hadjipateras | July 26, 2016 | Travel
What to do? Where to go? It's early summer in Athens and the July heat is in full swing. It's been in the mid-30s since last month. Not that I'm complaining. Having been born and raised in London, I'll take the heat without too much of a problem.
Travelzoo

Dos & Don'ts of Dollywood & the Smokies

Travelzoo | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Courtesy of Shutterstock One of the most coveted perks at Travelzoo is the Travelzoo Experience, in which Deal Experts and other employees take advantage of the same travel, entertainment and local deals we publish to our subscribers and report...
PureWow

21 Places In The World You Must Visit At Least Once

PureWow | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Decisions, decisions… Which gorgeous destination should you use your precious vacation days on? We’ve got 21 ideas, from Breckenridge to Zanzibar. Tourist traps need not apply. Related: The Most Beautiful Spot in Every U.S. State BUENOS AIRES Read more. SAN...
PureWow

6 Underrated European Cities You Should Seriously Visit

PureWow | July 26, 2016 | Travel
You’ve been to Paris and you’ve been to Rome, but Europe is a big continent full of hidden treasures ripe for exploring. Here, six lesser-known European cities that deserve a spot on your travel bucket list. Related: 6 August Vacations That Won’t Be Bananas Expensive...
Rick Steves

High-Altitude Hiking Above Chamonix

Rick Steves | July 26, 2016 | Travel
I'm wrapping up the My Way Alpine Europe tour I've been leading. This tour includes ample free time to hike your heart out. And my favorite hike above Chamonix is from La Flégère to Planpraz -- a hike known as the Grand Balcon Sud (Grand South Balcony). Being a...
Jon Chattman

A-Sides with Jon Chattman: S'More Family Love for The Sagamore

Jon Chattman | July 26, 2016 | Travel
They say when you have kids the days are long but the years are short. That's so true. My sons are respectively four-and-a-half and one-and-a-half, and it all happened in a staring-into-a-strobe-light blink. Years before I had kids, people told me to hang...
LuxEco Living

The Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa Cape Town South Africa:LuxEcoLiving's Best Luxury Hotel 2016

LuxEco Living | July 26, 2016 | Travel
By Nancy and James Chuda Founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World When I say higher than a kite....believe me... a visit to Cape Town South Africa's Camps Bay will...
Maria Rodale

Life-Saving Tips for Long Distance Travel

Maria Rodale | July 26, 2016 | Travel
by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer As summer hits full swing, many people are packing bags and getting ready for long-awaited vacations. If you're off to a far-away place, however, it's important to take...
Jetsetter.com

7 Apps for the Lazy Traveler

Jetsetter.com | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Forget drones and self-driving cars. The latest tech takes itself a little less seriously. We're talking emoji room service, Uber for partiers and even an app that can teach you how to drop the f-bomb in 45 languages. By Chelsea Bengier
Danny Groner

Just Curious: A Short Interview with Museum Hack's Nick Gray

Danny Groner | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Museums can be tough to navigate. Even with a docent, depending on who it is, a few hours might seem endless. So back in 2013, Nick Gray had an idea to make museums come to life in a new way. That idea led to the creation of Museum...
Francis Levy

Vermont Journal: Going Through the Roof

Francis Levy | July 26, 2016 | Travel
Going through the roof is an expression that indicates someone has lost their temper. When someone goes through the roof it's often a sign that they've received some news that they didn't enjoy hearing. For instance, you might go through the roof if...
LuxEco Living

Lion World Travel is LuxEcoLiving's Best Choice for Hotels and Safari Destinations in South Africa

LuxEco Living | July 25, 2016 | Travel
By Nancy and James Chuda Founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World TRAVELSMITH PRESENTS: THE CHUDA'S OUT IN AFRICA Preserving Africa's Most Endangered Species: Lion World Travel Makes It Happen
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