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An Ancient Walk to Vietnam and Cambodia

Originally posted on Holidays And Tours – Vietnam and Cambodia:
Vietnam Vietnam, a place to explore the ancient historical sights, to have an epic adventure and to behold a unique experience for a lifetime. There was a time when Vietnam conjured up the horrifying images of war-torn destinations, but now it is a familiar part… Continue reading

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Tulum Ruins, Beach, and Snorkeling

Originally posted on TheFoodieWinoYogis:
We had heard about how cool Tulum was prior to the trip, but nothing really prepared us for the ancient ruins juxtaposed with the white sand beach and turquois water. We got off the colectivo from Playa del Carmen and went walked to the entrance. When you arrive at the entrance… Continue reading

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Paris Rip Off 2018

Originally posted on kathy70:
I was fortunate enough to spend several days in Paris recently,  this was before all the disturbances began.  This was not my first trip there and I felt reasonably comfortable trying to navigate leaving the airport and buying tickets for the subway system.  A helpful gentleman working at the airport directed… Continue reading

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The Calmness in Chiemsee

Originally posted on Shutter Blot:
In the same weekend as the first visit in Munich, we had the chance to exit the city and travel via S-band to Bavaria countryside – Prien am Chiemsee. The lake views are extremely relaxing and a perfect place to visit when one needs to unwinde and restore the love… Continue reading

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Voltaire in Strasbourg

In May, 1753, Voltaire arrived in Strasbourg after a row with Frederick II, the King of Prussia, whom he had spent the previous three years in his service. In a letter to his niece, Madame Denis, Voltaire exclaimed, “Je suis retirer” (I can now rest). Voltaire had a great affection for this enchanting city in … Continue reading Voltaire in Strasbourg Continue reading

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Exploring Pyramids Of Giza During Cairo Excursions

Originally posted on Nile Holiday:
As one of the most iconic yet mysterious wonders of the world, the Pyramids of Giza are incredible sights to behold. But how much do you really know about this world-famous mysterious site? Here are some of the things you might need to know before visiting the place where the… Continue reading

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Memphis and the Open Air Museum: Travel Thoughts 4

Originally posted on Reflections and Nightmares- Irene A Waters (writer and memoirist):
We headed to Memphis – a town founded 3,300 years before Christ by King Meni who united Upper and Lower Egypt. That length of time is just mind boggling to me as it is time I can get my head around yet it… Continue reading

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Oklahoma hiking: The Mountain Trail, Robbers Cave State Park

Originally posted on proactiveoutside:
Golden hour light on the Mountain Trail at Robbers Cave State Park, Okla. Once my fall races ended in November, I did a major re-think about how I scheduled my time. It seemed I was devoting six days a week for training toward some sort of goal, be it a race… Continue reading

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What to do in England? Tips by locals!

Originally posted on ABOUT SOMETHING AROUND:
So you’ve decided to go to England! Brilliant! But now comes the next difficult decision… What are some of the things you want to see while you’re there? Lynn’s brother and sister-in-law have lived in England for the past year (go follow them on Instagram at @the_pomeranian_brothers if you… Continue reading

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All the things I did in Kuala Lumpur in two days

Originally posted on whispersomething:
I’ve been in kuala lumpur for 4 days but i only had two active days exploring the city. The first day, I had cramps and stayed the whole day in my hotel room lying in bed. The 3rd day I was in a hostel and it was raining so heavily so… Continue reading

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