Cell Phone and GPS Rental Europe

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Keeping in touch while overseas is so important - for peace of mind, to keep track of people and events at home, and in case of emergencies.  While most places have internet cafes, you may prefer to be a little bit more independent.

We've partnered with a company to offer great deals on cell phones, sim card rentals, and gps and satellite services.

Rush Processing Of Passports And Travel Visas

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As you know, crossing borders requires all sorts of documentation - starting with passports, and, for some countries, visas. This documentation is the most important part of your travel - and often overlooked until the last minute.

Michigan's Small Town Treasures: Harbor Springs Meanderings

by Julie Royce / Jul 16, 2008 /
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Harbor Springs

Crepes for Bastille Day

by Lillie Forteau / Jul 15, 2008 /
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Today is Bastille Day, in France. That is when people demanded Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite!

Travel Off the Cuff: Your travel news source

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Got a source for global travel news? Probably not just ONE site, but many - and searching them all is a hit-or-miss proposition.  Well, recently I found a site, Travel Off the Cuff, that does that search for you. This site is just incredible - I've found new travel sites I'd never heard of - and now, I know that if I want to find something, or if I've missed a few days on the 'net, I can go here and see what is new. Fantastic!

The Thrills of the Edinburgh Tattoo

by Gill Webster / Jul 12, 2008 /
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Hidden Treasures: Grease Stains in China’s Fairy Tale Landscape

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My first thought upon arriving in Yangshuo was: this place reminds me of the Smurfs. Yes, an ancient Chinese landscape brought to mind a long-dormant memory of a 1980s Saturday morning cartoon.

 

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