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Readers of my adventure travel posts have witnessed some of what I call my Life 2.0 transformation. When I started this travel blog in 2008, I was a VP of Marketing and PR jet-setting from Berlin one day to Mexico City the next and red-eye flights back to Florida. I was juggling a lot of balls:.
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Granada, Alhambra, and Tapas Olé

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Although originally from Wisconsin and having lived in many places including Boston, Juneau, and now Fort Lauderdale, I have to say that my favorite place that I have lived is Spain. I had an unforgettable, life altering two years living in Madrid. While there, I certainly took advantage of traveling throughout Europe, parts of Asia,.
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Having just returned home after four months away, I thought that I would share with you What I miss most while traveling? My last months had not been planned travel, they were a “forced” time away from home because of an accident. However, these months became my longest time living out of a suitcase and.
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Coming to Fort Lauderdale to escape the wintry weather for Super Bowl 2010 or perhaps Spring Break 2010?? Here’s a list of my favorite spots to enjoy in FTL… Must do: 1) The beach and boardwalk: Take in the main beach drag, A1A, that follows the blue Atlantic Ocean waters and is lined with a.
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After traveling many corners of the world such as camping in the Sahara with camels, scaling the walls of the Coliseum in Rome, zip-lining in Costa Rica, and running the Boston Marathon, my traveler’s luck ran out late last month on September 27th. Finally, after all of my adventuring and evening hiking a 3,100 ft.
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Sin City was the locale of my latest trip. As Las Vegas is located in the desert, I would not suggest that late summer is the ideal time to visit, but as the timing of the trip coincided with my professional calendar, so there was not another option. I start this post regarding the weather.
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On my last visit to the Hudson River Valley, I thoroughly enjoyed hiking in the “Gunks.” As a reward for the hikes, I toured the Hudson River Wineries.  Organized in both Ulster and Dutchess counties, the two wine trails are easy to navigate even for those engrossed by the natural beauty of the mountains, apple.
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