Travel

Where to stay in Bali (For first time visitors)

Not sure where to stay in Bali for your upcoming tropical holiday? We’re here to help. A gorgeous location with charm like you won’t believe, Bali’s an island that will keep you coming back for more. The waters that flow from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean are doing wonders for the climate, as it has one of the best ...

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Top 10 best luxury hotels in Singapore

Monday newsletters always feature top 10 travel lists to inspire. Today (September 17, 2018): Top 10 best luxury hotels in Singapore. Singapore, the gateway to Southeast Asia, is an intriguing country that was created by deeply passionate people following their dreams and aspirations. It’s a place that serves as a canvas for its people’s wildest imagination, where new experiences are created every day, and where foodies, ...

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The Best Cities to Travel Solo in Europe

Traveling solo for the first time can be a daunting experience, but there is no better continent to do so than Europe. With so much history and culture to discover, European cities provide endless opportunities to learn, grow and explore on your own journey. These 14 cities to travel solo in Europe have been chosen for providing plenty to discover, ...

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How to enjoy a romantic Dresden itinerary

Dresden is a cultural hotspot with a lot of history to tell. Green and charming with several off the beaten path attractions Dresden is a paradise for couples looking to escape the current digital trend. The capital of the eastern German state of Saxony is home to unique treasures along the river Elbe, and lavishing buildings which make this city all ...

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the Trans-Mongolian Railway – Lonely Planet’s travel blog

Enjoying the rural vistas on a short stint out of the train © Trisha Ping Trisha Ping, Destination Editor for East and Mid USA, recently returned from a trip on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. Tell us more… My brother and I spent three weeks travelling by train between Beijing and Moscow on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. The trip covered thousands of miles, ...

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Our wellness hotel in Hamburg: Grand Elysee

As a newlywed couple, we used to travel in search of adventure opportunities. We’d travel to mountainous countries to conquer their peaks, seaside destinations to dive into the depths of the ocean or capital cities to discover their lesser-known stories. Two years into our marriage and for the first time, we decided to travel in search of wellness and romance. ...

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Two Holland America Ships Receive Perfect Sanitation Scores

Subscribe to Receive New Posts by Email Nieuw Amsterdam in San Juan. Following surprise health inspections by the CDC, two Holland America ships, the Amsterdam and Noordam received a score of 100 on their recent health inspections. Along with Amsterdam’s and Noordam’s perfect scores, sister-ship Zuiderdam also earned a perfect 100 earlier this year.  Plus, Eurodam set a record-breaking six-year run of perfect ...

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What to do in Hamburg

The gateway to the world: This is Hamburg’s label which for some, might be a rather daring claim, but as a major port city, Hamburg’s maritime background contributed to the creation of the city’s strong identity. Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city and one of the country’s richest cities. At first glance, I’d say Hamburg has a dynamic spirit infused ...

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3 Reasons you HAVE to do an Alternative Spring Break

Looking for the spring break of a lifetime, but want to travel meaningfully? Does cleaning up beaches, and empowering local communities sound like what you’re looking for? If you answered yes to either of those questions than an Alternative Spring Break is for you!    Today’s students are more socially aware than ever before, and there is a much stronger ...

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