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Oct. 10, 2017: Malton—North Yorkshire food market town

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
Paul Hunter shares a visit to the market town, Malton (near York). The town is well know to foodies and has regular celebrity visitors and food fairs.
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Oct. 22, 2017: Sunday Markets, Northern Vietnam

Grand Escapades ·
Grand Escapades shares a visit to a few markets in Northern Vietnam, where locals still dress in colorful traditional costumes that make this a photographer's treat!
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Keep old airport open? Berlin votes tomorrow

PHeymont ·
With its new airport still a distant vision and already too small to handle all the traffic, Berliners may give its old airport a new lease on life.
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Top 5 island destinations to revisit in 2017

Rebecca Brown ·
Dreaming of distant oceans, white, sandy beaches, a Mojito in your hand, while a gentle breeze is just ruffling the waters lounging a few feet from your feet? Waking with the sounds of exotic beats trumpeting the air while you lie in a hammock, munch on a coconut and daydream the day away? Might be it’s high time to take a vacation. If you equate vacation with island , paradise and offline , stick with us. We know there are about seven hundred and forty one thousand articles on the best...
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EasyJet builds trans-Atlantic connections

PHeymont ·
EasyJet will partner with Norwegian and Westjet to offer through connections to North America through London Gatwick airport.
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Ryanair gets its trans-atlantic wings...sort of

PHeymont ·
Ryanair and Air Europa team up to sell each other's seats and give Ryanair its first connecting flights to North and South America.
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The Bikaner Mail

Amateuremigrant ·
Bob Cranwell shares the story of a most memorable train journey -- an experience uniquely Indian.
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5 Things You Must Tell A Limo Service Company While Hiring Them

Ryan Holman ·
Using a limousine service adds a sense of class and luxury to the person who is sitting in its back seat. Traveling in a limousine is an experience most people can only dream about. Most people hire limousine services for important life events, and therefore one needs to be careful in choosing the service. No matter what the event is, whether you want a luxury limousine service , a corporate event, or a wedding, there are a few things you must check with a limousine service company when you...
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A Visit to Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

Samantha ·
Join Samantha on a visit to the memorial for the 168 who died when a right-wing terrorist destroyed a federal office building in 1995.
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Looking For A Job In Digital Marketing? You need These Top 5 qualities

Mynext Opportunity ·
Digital marketing is the fastest growing career option in the world today. It was reported that over 85% of the world’s population spends over 65% of their time checking out information, knowledge, products and services on various digital touch-points like mobile, laptop, TV, or other digital devices. It is the responsibility of a digital marketing expert to match the client’s products and services to the domain specific audience through these touch-points and generate sales/build loyal...
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Exploring New Roads

Jonathan L ·
Travel leads us in new directions. In this instance, the art he's looked at in his travels has led Jonathan L to new directions in writing.
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Empire State Building - The Experience

Samantha ·
Samantha shares her Empire State Building experience with us, including some great views of the building as well as from it!
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National Railway Museum, York, England.

Paul Hunter Landscape Tog ·
Paul Hunter visits the National Railway Museum in York, England. Check out its impressive exhibits!
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Boeing Everett: Where they build the big ones

PHeymont ·
At Boeing Everett, they're building the 747, 767, 777 and 787—all in one huge building that makes the word 'immense' seem too small.
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Drone videos offer a new view

PHeymont ·
Get a preview or a virtual visit of a dream destination with increasingly available drone videos.
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British Air gets a little 'country' with Nashville route

PHeymont ·
BA continues to expand its 787 service to smaller markets on "long and thin" routes with a new route to the Music City.
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Just Mad About Bread

PHeymont ·
PHeymont admits it: He's mad about bread. And so is France, one of his favorite places, where one baker has a 'mad about bread' sign over the door.
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Finding Nature: Titchwell Marsh, Norfolk, England

Kirsten Hines ·
Kirsten Hines' exploration of Nature in England series continues, this week with a stop at Titchwell Marsh where, of all things, a common robin captures her attention.
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Japan Luxury Travel: Get on the bus, Gus!

PHeymont ·
Japan's new Dream Sleeper bus aims at taking business from the bullet trains by offering luxury and a convenient overnight schedule.
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Why you should try a Yacht Vacation!

Adi (Guest) ·
Looking for a unique way to explore the European coast? Adi shares reasons why you should consider a yacht vacation (sponsored content)
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Steamy Encounters in India

Amateuremigrant ·
Bob Cranwell shares his experiences -- the delights (and some challenges) of traveling in India by rail in the days of steam locomotives.
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Berlin Airport says this time it'll really open

PHeymont ·
Depending on your level of skepticism, Berlin's new airport opening date of October 31, 2020 is either a dream come true or yet another bad joke.
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Now, airline food without a flight!

PHeymont ·
AirAsia thinks its inflight food is good enough to go head-to-head with McDonald's on the ground.
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Berlin: Panda-monium for twin cub debut

PHeymont ·
Berlin's panda babies have their first public outing at 100 days old.
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How to Save Money While Traveling

Aman U. (Guest) ·
Aman has some suggestions on how to stretch your money further while on your travels (sponsored content).
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How to Save Money While Traveling

Aman U. (Guest) ·
Aman has some suggestions on ways to save money while abroad (sponsored content)
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Unmissable Sights in Budapest

NikOl-Bp ·
We often travel to other countries, other cities, but not always for sightseeing. Conference, meeting, maybe for some service. These trips sometimes takes several days, but we can also decide to connect the pleasant to the useful and look around the city. Here is a brief introduction for those, whose destination is Budapest. What is a must see, from the Hungarian capital. I recommend this article, which contains more than 100 sights, for those who want to spend more days in Budapest, or want...
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Why London Should be on your Bucket List this 2020

Simone F (Guest) ·
Need some reasons to visit London? How about a walk in the park? A Harry Potter tour? Shopping (sponsored content)
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7 Incredible Places to Visit on a Holiday

Sameer N (Guest) ·
Looking for some terrific places for an exotic vacation? Check out some of these suggestions (sponsored content)
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Books, Posters and Magic

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us on a tour of some small galleries in midtown New York.
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RV Popularity Surges—Here's Why!

Amy Price (Guest) ·
RV's are becoming increasingly popular. Amy Price looks at some of the reasons for this trend.
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Some of the Best Activities to Try in Dubai

Henry Taylor (Guest) ·
Henry Taylor provides a look at some of the most interesting things you can try in the dynamic city of Dubai
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Swiss Rail: Come drive my train!

PHeymont ·
Short of train drivers and conductors, Swiss railways are searching for new recruits on station platforms with the lure of a try at a train simulator
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Visiting Alaska In Any Season

Patricia Lee (Guest) ·
A trip to Alaska is on many traveler's bucketlist. Here's a look at what you can expect to find during its different seasons (sponsored content)
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The Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger revisits the Hockey Hall of Fame and is impressed with the depth and diversity of its many displays and trophies.
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Cooperstown NY: Home to more than the Hall of Fame

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L explores the options in Cooperstown New York, if you are not interested in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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Air Italy: Another airline dream crashes

PHeymont ·
Ironically, the airline that hoped to replace bankrupt Alitalia is gone, while Alitalia continues, somehow, to fly.
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5 Outdoor Activities You Need To Do in Canada

Amit M (Guest) ·
Canada is well known for its natural beauty, and it makes sense that outdoor activities are popular in the country. Amit has some suggestions for your consideration (sponsored content)
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8 timeless destinations you must see in Europe

Darren Wilson ·
Darren lists some of Europe's great tourist attractions (sponsored content)
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Where's a Warm Spot for March

Former Member ·
I'm set for two weeks off next March before starting a new job...and I'd like to take in some Europe, but not where it's still too cold. I don't need a beach or anything...just somewhere that I can count on not needing a winter coat. Suggestions? Kill...
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Top Ten Jobs If You Love To Travel

1stworldview ·
(10) Flight attendant It may be the most obvious travel-related job, but it's also one of the most accessible: You don't need a specialized degree to become a flight attendant, and most major airlines only require prior customer service experience...
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Sensoji Temple in Tokyo Mirrors Japan

Travel Rob ·
Sensoji Temple is an large Buddhist temple complex in Tokyo dedicated to the Buddhist Deity, Bodhisattva Kannon. Sensoji consists of gates, multiple halls, gardens, a pagoda, and a waterfall. There is also Asakusa Shrine,...
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U.S. has a (nearly) ghost airport, too

PHeymont ·
We've written here before about Spain's Castellon airport, until recently marooned without flights since it opened several years ago. But USA Today has uncovered a U.S. airport in nearly the same situation.   Mid America Airport in Muscoutah, IL,...
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New concept: Lie flat during take-off and landing

DrFumblefinger ·
  It's the dream of many weary business travelers, and just a fantasy for those of us in steerage.  Boeing has developed a concept for a lie-flat business class seat that would let you lie-flat the entire flight if you wanted to, including...
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Ultimate outdoor vacation: a year without walls

PHeymont ·
Photo: Instagram   A Norwegian couple has just finished the real outdoorfolks' dream: they've spent the last year in Norway's Arctic regions, sleeping in tents and improvised shelters, and living off the land.   The couple, Elise Theoline...
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Jennifer Aniston "Nightmare " Ad Latest in Gulf vs US Airlines

Travel Rob ·
An ad featuring Jennifer Aniston is the latest round in the rift between Gulf and US carriers. The ad shows a Jennifer Aniston funny  "Nightmare" on a airline that appears be a non-descript US carrier.  In her dream, the...
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Anatomy of a Trip, Oaxaca: Getting Acquainted

PortMoresby ·
  Oaxaca de Juarez is a beautiful city, no question, but what impressed me most were the people I met, Mexican and expat, in all walks of life.  I’ve never visited a place where the warmth and kindness of the residents stood out as it...
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Northern Arizona: Sedona & Surrounds, Part 1

Lestertheinvestor ·
On our recent trip to Northern Arizona, we collected some points of interest to see and experience. We did these things (plus many more!) during a 6 day tour of the area. We rented a car and used Sedona as a base. There will be more of them in the...
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Autumn: A season for soup

PHeymont ·
  When the weather turns cool and the leaves start to fall, it always seems time for soup. Not that there aren't wonderful summer soups—gazpacho and cold plum soup come to mind—but fall and winter are the true soup seasons. And with...
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The easy life at Koh Kood island, Thailand

Travellinn ·
Koh Kood, or Koh Kut, was for me an unknown island, and I was excited to experience it. The island is fairly large, actually the 4th largest in Thailand, and is situated in the eastern part, just a short boat ride from  Trat .  ...
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