Category Archives: Europe

Breathtaking French Resorts

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The French Alps are known worldwide as the place where skiing plays a leading role in visitors’ activities. With a huge variety of resorts, the French Alps can offer the ultimate winter travel experience and not just for all travellers. And it makes perfect sense to think of all these vast mountain ranges that are.
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Whether you are up for a vacation at a beautiful sandy beach or go skiing on a snowy mountain, Europe has so much more to offer especially in March. This is the month when summer starts, and it is definitely the vacation season. Traveling to Europe will complete your bucket list. You just have to.
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Top Alternative European Adventures

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Europe has been one of the top destinations for solo packers, love birds, families, and friends for a long time. Probably because it has a nice combination of picture-perfect sceneries, gastronomic food trips and nerve-racking adventures. However, if you want to try something new when you visit Europe, why don’t you try out these 5.
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The Best of Mykonos Island Greece

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OPA, OUZO, and OLIVES are the first words I think of when I think of Greece. However, the first images that I remember of my trip to the Mykonos are always of the blue waters. As I would suggest all treat themselves to a trip to Mykonos, Greece, I would like a local to share.
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Enjoy France for All Seasons

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Do you like to take a trip every couple of months? You don’t save up all of your vacation time for only summer months or around the holidays. Well, in spite of when you have your R&R time, you can find the perfect adventure in France. Having been in France twice professionally and twice personally,.
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The best souvenirs I take home on my travels are recipes. Whether for a full meal or just a cocktail, a recipe is something that you can share with others and time and time again. This Tuscan recipe I had the opportunity to learn, share, and enjoy last fall in a small town outside of.
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As an adventure traveler, I look for activities that are not the standard, but truly exceptional and perhaps off the beaten path, challenging, or a tad bit wacky. This fall, I took my maiden voyage through the Greek Isles of Mykonos and Santorini with stops in historical Athens and Olympia’s port, Katakolon. Although I found.
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