germany travel guide

Germany Travel Guide

The Berlin Wall came down 25 years ago and the country’s tourism rates have been going up ever since. Germany is dynamic, vibrant, and varied, both geographically and demographically. Multiethinic, mutilcultural, and multi-faceted, the country’s high-tech railroads and modern architecture harmoniously co-exist alongside ancient forests and medieval villages. There is truly something for everyone in […]

Choosing the Perfect Place to Pop the Question

You’ve picked out the ring and thought about how to pop the question. Now all that’s left to do is decide on where you’re going to ask your partner if they’ll marry you. You’ll more than likely have a specific location in mind, or at least a strong idea about where to get down on […]

Stonehenge

Beyond Stonehenge: Mystical Henges and Stone Circles

Most travelers, whether adventurers or arm-chair tourists, are very familiar with Stone Henge, an ancient site in Wiltshire, England, best known for its unique megalithic circle of stones. The term “henge” actually refers to the ditch and bank of earth that surrounds the stone circles, which date back to 2500 BC. Stone Henge Stonehenge (Photo […]

Taste Porto with Taste Porto Food Tours – Foodie Friday

Yay! Today we’re kicking off a new Foodie Friday column! What better way to get to know a culture than to try their food? Plus…I love to eat. So without further ado, here goes our first installment. Porto is the second-largest city in Portugal; the only city larger is Lisbon, the capital.  It’s famous for […]

Mission Beach, San Diego, California

Beach Bum Wednesday: Mission Beach, San Diego

I absolutely adore San Diego. From beach to city, mountains to the sea, everything is spitting distance away. If I were ever planning to move out of Florida, I think it’s the first place I would consider. San Diego is known for its beaches; it has 70 miles of them, after all. It doesn’t hurt […]

Cocoa Beach Pier

Beach Bum Wednesday: Cocoa Beach, Florida

I thought I’d kick off Beach Bum Wednesdays with my own local stomping ground, Cocoa Beach. It’s one of the most famous beaches in Florida, probably because it was the home of Major Nelson and crew on the old TV show I Dream of Jeannie. In fact, here’s a great post by Outside the Den that […]

Black Sand Beach in Maui

A Rainbow of Colored Sand Beaches

When many of us think of a tropical vacation, we imagine blue waters and white sandy beaches, not colored sand beaches. While white beaches admittedly beautiful, there are a number of more unusual beach destinations where you can travel to see sand in a variety of different colors of sand, including green, red, and black […]

The Ultimate Destination – Space Travel

If you’ve got a little money burning a hole in your pocket, we present the newest destination for tourists – space! As space travel becomes more commercialized and less supported by the government, new opportunities have presented themselves for travelers who want to go the extra mile – or sixty-two miles – straight up. Space […]

Alaska Railroad

Touring Alaska by Railway

Many people take Alaskan cruises, but have you ever thought about touring Alaska by train? The Alaska Railroad runs from Seward and Whittier in South Alaska, through Anchorage, and on to Fairbanks and beyond. It’s a great way to see the beauty of Alaska, including Denali National Park. Its main line is 470 miles long […]

Cape Florida Lighthouse, Florida Division of Parks and Recreation

Visiting Florida Lighthouses

If you are a fan of lighthouses, Florida is a great travel destination – it’s a lot of fun to visit many Florida lighthouses.. With 1800 miles of coastline, Florida boasts twenty-nine lighthouses of many shapes and sizes. Although not all are open to public tours, fourteen of them are, and another six have grounds […]

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