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Re: London's Tower Bridge, inside and out

TravelingCanuck ·
Great photos of a very unique bridge.
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Re: London's Tower Bridge, inside and out

Marilyn Jones ·
It's been nearly 20 years since I took the tour...you wrote an excellent article and your photos -- especially the one of the entire bridge -- are wonderful!!!
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Re: London's Tower Bridge, inside and out

Travel Rob ·
An incredible write up !
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Re: For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

PortMoresby ·
Make that the '70s - no 747s in the '50s.
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Re: For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

PHeymont ·
Thanks! Editing error now repaired!
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Re: For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

Travel Rob ·
We get some great Twitter responses to our articles. @ nichtvermietbar asks of this one: " including smoking?"
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Re: For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

PHeymont ·
A good question, and it is mentioned on the site: that part is up-to-date, and no smoking is allowed.
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Re: For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

DrFumblefinger ·
Perhaps they will compromise and allow e-cigarettes. Smoking without the tobacco smoke.
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Re: When in Rome . . . .

PHeymont ·
Loved this piece...matches my tagline below...
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Re: Willis Tower and Our Skydeck Experience—Chicago

PHeymont ·
I haven't been on this one, but I have gone to a few, including Empire State and the old World Trade Center in NY. I always enjoy the view, but if there's an open observation area, I find myself with small chills and odd feelings in my legs as if I were going to fall...no matter how secure it is! So for me, it's the view plus a thrill ride!
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Re: Willis Tower and Our Skydeck Experience—Chicago

DrFumblefinger ·
I've been to the Hancock tower in Chicago, but not the Sears tower (I like that name better to). The views sure are spectacular. As for me, I'll admire the view without going into the skybox, thank you very much!
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Signs of Downtown Las Vegas

DrFumblefinger ·
    Las Vegas is one of the most loved -- and despised -- travel destinations in the world.  Some folks bask in and are energyzed by its non-stop action and adrenaline, the gambling, the booze, the neon lights -- everything you imagine...
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For $345 you can fly back to the 70s on Pan Am

PHeymont ·
Well, sort of. The pricy ticket actually buys you a seat on the Pan Am Experience, a 4-hour simulated flight on a realistically simulated 747, complete with staff in period uniforms and a luxurious first-class meal...sourced from an actual airline...
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Our Amazing Pineapple Experience at the Dole Plantation

Samantha ·
Samantha visits a famous Oahu destination, and shows us how much more there is than just how pineapples are grown.
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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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Have you been to Coron?

Selena Campbell ·
Have you been to Coron, Palawan in the Philippines? Where you can definitely enjoy a scenic view of different islands and enjoy hopping into different kinds of paradise? Well, I do hope this pandemic comes to an end so that I can start traveling to different parts of the world, most especially the tranquil Philippines' destination - soon. Share your experience in Coron. I would love to read how you have enjoyed the small and simple island.
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11 days, all inclusive: $120,000. Includes John Legend

PHeymont ·
And mind you, that price is for sharing a room. There's an $11,000 single supplement!   So, what do you get for a vacation that costs more than double the median household income in the U.S.? You get John Legend as your host (and entertainer), a...
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10 Reasons Why a Winter Holiday in India will be a Trip of a Lifetime

Akansha ·
Holidays in India are always magical and winters make it all the more special. The tropical country enjoys winters to its fullest. The mountains receive powdery snow while the beaches are balmy spots of bliss, the plains are cloaked in fog and every corner is seen rejoicing the season. A winter holiday in India is one of the best experiences one can have. Indulge in skiing, beach fun, water sports, relaxing, houseboat cruise on backwaters, festivals, wildlife adventure and other amazements,...
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London's Tower Bridge, inside and out

PHeymont ·
One of the world's most recognizable bridges, London Bridge is a fooler: Under its "old stone tower" look is a modern steel bridge.
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Willis Tower and Our Skydeck Experience—Chicago

Samantha ·
A visit to Chicago's tallest building, with its spectacular new glass features, with Samantha.
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10 Awesome Things to do on an African Safari

Monica Albert (Guest) ·
Safaris have evolved into a mixtureof travel experiences that can appeal to your individual interests, like hot-air ballooning, fly-in camping and fishing.
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When in Rome . . . .

Amateuremigrant ·
Bob Cranwell, our resident travel philosopher, offers some sound advice to those a little timid about trying something new while journeying abroad.
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5 ways to enrich your gap year experience

harry martina ·
Taking some time out from the stresses of everyday life to venture abroad for an extended break can be an incredibly fun experience at first. However, as the months pass, finding ways to keep yourself entertained can become difficult and you might find yourself wasting your precious time. It doesn’t have to be this way — here are five wonderful ways to enrich your gap year experience. Learn a language Take some time to learn the native language of the country you’ll be staying in. There are...
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Best Places to Visit In Amsterdam

jenifer levis ·
Amsterdam also known as Venice of the North or Mokum. Amsterdam is famous for many things, from its art and rich heritage to its elaborate canals and limitless cafes but it stands out for one thing over all else; making for the most unique and unforgettable trip for young adults and people of age alike. Any Amsterdam trip would be considered unfinished if it did not include- Rijksmuseum - Starting off slow, this excellent museum houses some of the greatest European masterpieces of all time.
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Re: Signs of Downtown Las Vegas

Marilyn Jones ·
Excellent photo essay!!!
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Re: Signs of Downtown Las Vegas

Pam Petersen ·
I love these photos! I am one of those that really doesn't care to ever visit Vegas, but I have always enjoyed the history that has helped developed it into the city it is today. Thanks for sharing Dr. Anders! Miss you and going all is Ducky with you and your family! PamelaDucky
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Re: Signs of Downtown Las Vegas

DrFumblefinger ·
Originally Posted by Pam Petersen: I love these photos! I am one of those that really doesn't care to ever visit Vegas, but I have always enjoyed the history that has helped developed it into the city it is today. Thanks for sharing Dr. Anders! Miss you and going all is Ducky with you and your family! PamelaDucky Thanks for the nice note, Pam. I miss my friends in Spokane as well, but life is going swimmingly well -- ducky you might say!
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Re: Our Amazing Pineapple Experience at the Dole Plantation

GarryRF ·
My first quest in any vacation is to pick and eat the local fruit. Has to be less than an hour between plucking from it's home and tasting - Can it be done there too ? Love the pix !
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Why Traveling Makes Us More Creative

Rupu RC ·
Traveling is a wonderful hobby for millions of people across the globe. This also provides various advantages to people. Here's why traveling is important. The ability to move around from one place to the other place is the main virtue one can ever have. All humans and animals have been secured with this ability, but humans are always a step forward. We humans being, have an extraordinary virtue of seeing, experiencing, and learning from it, and this is exactly what makes our traveling more...
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Reconstruction Era National Historical Park- Beaufort SC

Jonathan L ·
Join Jonathan L for a visit that honors an important but little-known history of the Civil War and Reconstruction eras.
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