Venetian Art and Social history with Context Travel's Susan Steer

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Aug 04, 2008 /
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One of our very favorite organizations in the world of travel is Context Travel. We've interviewed them before, and I am always impressed by the scholarly tone that they bring to travel.

The Benefits of Staying in a B&B

by Lexa Pennington / Aug 04, 2008 /
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The benefits of staying in a B&B

A Top Tapas Bar Find in Seville, Spain: The Peregil

by Dr. Debra Payne / Aug 04, 2008 /

 

Update on the 2008 Big Island Film Festival

by Lexa Pennington / Aug 03, 2008 /
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Top Ten Girlfriend Getaways

by Asako Maruoka / Aug 03, 2008 /
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One of the most fun ways to travel and relax is with your girlfriends. You can hook up with old college mates, grad school buddies, dissertation divas, and of course, moms, sisters, and cousins!

A Unique Travel Blog: Nerd's Eye View

by Bert Maxwell / Aug 03, 2008 /
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August Artisan of the Month: A.W. Sprague II

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Our WanderingEducators.com Artisan of the Month for August is a renaissance man that I have known for several years, A.W. Sprague II. A.W. is an artist, writer, and poet philosopher. I've known for years that A.W. is an incredible digital artist, but it wasn't until this year that I found out more about his paintings!

The Tides of Time: A London Walk

by Lexa Pennington / Jul 31, 2008 /
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SCHOLARS PARNTER WITH THAMES CLEAN-UP CHARITY TO ORGANIZE A LONDON RIVER WALK

Free Mandarin Audio Phrasebook from Lonely Planet

by Bert Maxwell / Jul 31, 2008 /
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Always on the lookout for deals for our wandering educators, we recently learned of a new promotion by one of our partners, Lonely Planet.

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