Step into History along the Ohio

by Betty Jo Riggs / Jun 30, 2008 /
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Foodie Finds: The 4 Best Places to Eat in Derbyshire, UK

by Gill Webster / Jun 28, 2008 /
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The Jefferson Hotel: Richmond's Gem...and a Great Deal

by Lexa Pennington / Jun 28, 2008 /
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With gas prices being so high, many U.S. travelers are choosing to travel closer to home, or visit areas in the U.S. instead of heading overseas.

 

YOTEL: A New Solution for Weary Travelers

by Bert Maxwell / Jun 28, 2008 /
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Hidden Treasures: Two Rather Old Men in Pakistan’s Hunza Valley

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“This is Osama bin Laden,” the driver said matter-of-factly, knowing I was American and pointing to his bearded friend in the passenger seat. I gave the man’s friend a good look and placed my hand on his shoulder before saying, “Great, we’ve been looking for you!”

 

By foot, by taxi, by bus, by god! A trip through the Malawi countryside

by Amy Rosenthal / Jun 27, 2008 /

By foot, by taxi, by bus, by god!  A trip through the Malawi countryside

Culture Shock and Intercultural Development

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 27, 2008 /
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Traveling to Europe

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 27, 2008 /
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There are many reasons to travel to Europe - each one of them is a gem, and to be cherished in their own right. Let's explore some of the joys of Europe.

Foodie Finds: 7 More Best Places to Eat in Seattle/Puget Sound

by Pat Babineau / Jun 23, 2008 /

Seven of my Favorite Restaurants in the Seattle/Puget Sound Area
 

Advantages of Touring Europe by Rail

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jun 23, 2008 /
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Europe is famous for its rail services, so very different from here in the U.S., where rail was conceived to haul freight. If you're headed to Europe and want to travel by rail, let's talk about some advantages of touring Europe by rail...

 

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