Seven Places To Make Love Before You Die

Since today is Valentine’s Day it felt like a good time to pull a fun piece from the archive as inspiration and a bucket list of sorts for your amorous adventures! May your travels be filled with love as well as adventure! Trust me when I say, travel can renew your love life There are as many reasons to travel as there are travelers. One, oft-cited, is to get out of a particular rut and reinvent some aspect of life: work, spiritual, emotional, financial, intellectual, or relational. Let’s fac...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Relationships, Hawaii, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Jennifer Miller, Adriatic, Tikal, Liz Gilbert, Mile High Club, Vermont New Hampshire, Hennessy Hammock, Hike Pacaya, Au Plein Aire Brush

The only one left?

There seems to have been some experiments with gas lanterns in Paris during the first decades of the 19th century, but the real start was obviously only during the 1830’s.   Around 1870 there were some 20.000 of them in Paris, but the electricity started already to replace. It seems now that there is only one gas lantern left and it’s not in Paris itself, but very close to the Paris border in the suburb of Malakoff, in a very nice little street, surrounded by small individual cosy houses, “Se...
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Malakoff, PeterParis

On the Eve of Valentine's

  A love letter from a child to her parents in 1848. In the mid-1800s love letters were written to loved ones, especially between family members on New Year's Day. Children would write to their parents and grandparents, husbands and wives to each other, parents to their children. Usually, a beautiful lace-like paper was used with small chromos attached to it, then they were rolled as the paper was around 12 or more inches long and tied with a pastel ribbon. This one is a rare beauty extra loved...
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Valentine’s Day in Japan Is A Dream For Men

Hey guys! It is Valentine’s Day today! 14th February 2019. Traditionally, men will buy flowers for their loved ones and sent it to their office. It continues with lavish dinner and present. Some men will do more to try to impress their ladies (or men for some). However, Valentine’s Day in Japan is different. Instead of men, women will buy chocolates for the men on Valentine’s Day. Now, you understand why we wrote Valentine’s Day in Japan Is A Dream For Men. ( = wind...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Valentine's Day, Malaysia, Headline, Announcements / Press Releases / Statements, Others, Valentine, Valentine Day, Honmei Choco, City Square Johor, Valentine's Day In Japan, Giri Choco, Honmei, NEORenoma Café Gallery

Guide to the Best Time Ever at the Disneyland Halloween Party!

Are you ready for bags full of Halloween candy in the Happiest Place on Earth? Yep. Halloween in Disneyland  is a thing!  One of the most popular things do in Disneyland so be sure to get in early to grab your tickets for the Disneyland Halloween Party as they do sell out quite quickly. Word quickly spread around our party of 15 that  Mickey’s Halloween Party  was the best part of our 10 days in Disneyland. Yeah, you heard that correctly – 10 days in Disneyland! There’s just so much to do! We ...
Tags: Travel, Halloween, Usa, California, Tim Burton, Ray Bradbury, Disney, Earth, San Diego, New Orleans, Harley Quinn, North America, Disneyland, Disneyland Resort, Orange County, Belle

NAMA Digest 4: Developments at Amazon, Swiggy, Uber, Spotify and more

By Trisha Jalan and Sneha Johari Amazon has reduced its seller commissions by 35% for fashion sellers and 50% for some FMCG categories to increase sales from independent sellers, reports the Economic Times. Last week, we reported that over a dozen small sellers had exited or suspended their... ...
Tags: Travel, Amazon, Ecommerce, Uber, Spotify, News, Internet, Youtube, Investments, Zomato, Opera, Itc, Rivigo, Trai, Swiggy, RBI

stormy seas

if any of you have been following the ships live web cam you will have noticed we never made it to pago pago in the american samoan islands. this is where the disney film moana is supposed to take place we were about 12 hours out when we started to turn
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Hilton Honors Experiences: One Idea for Valentine’s Day 2019

So what are you doing about giving a gift to your special someone on Valentine’s Day, which is tomorrow, Thursday, February 14, 2019? Do you want to spend your time making wine in the hills of Portugal? How about taking your romance to new heights in a hot air balloon over Myanmar, where activities for every type of couple are plentiful. Perhaps you would like to choose from a private concert with Walk The Moon in Vegas in Las Vegas on Friday, March 1, 2019; or perhaps treat your Valentine to a ...
Tags: Travel, Portugal, Myanmar, Las Vegas, Vegas, Hotels And Lodging, Loyalty Programs, Walk The Moon, Hilton Honors

How Many points Do You Need to Receive An Australian Visa Invitation?

The Australian Government recently published the dates and points (scores) associated with Invitation rounds issued for Skilled Independent visa (subclass 189) and Skilled Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 489). The invitation rounds, which are held once a month, result in candidates who have completed an expression of interest being invited to apply for an Australian Visa. How are Australian EOI applicants selected to receive an invitation? As part of the invitation round selection proces...
Tags: Travel, Points, EOI, Skilled Visa, 189 Visa, 489 Visa, 2019 Australian Immigration News

Byron Bay Property Sales Ocean Swim Classic

The 2019 Byron Bay Property Sales Ocean Swim Classic will be held on Sunday 5th May 2019, check-in at 7am at the surf club. This is our 32nd Classic and our 12th Mini Swim. Donations from 2018 swim were $76,000 to 21 various charitable organisations. Total money raised is now $901,000 since our original swim. The Byron Bay Property Sales Ocean Swim Classic is approximately 2.2 from Wategos Beach to Main Beach, Byron Bay. The Classic is a buoyed course from the start area, around The Pass and a...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Bay, Festivals & Events, Byron Bay, Wategos Beach, The Pass, Surf Club, Byron Bay Mitre, Clarkes Beach, Surf Club Byron Bay, Clarks Beach

Romantic Streets of Cordoba, Spain

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Travel News: February 14, 2019

Delta Bolstering Service for Brazil’s Carnival Travel Pulse For travelers who want to experience Brazil’s famous Carnival, Delta Air Lines is offering nonstop seasonal service between New York City and Rio de Janeiro. The flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to Rio de Janeiro–Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport in Brazil will operate overnight southbound as before, but the service will now return northbound in the morning.   Dollywood to open ‘wild’ new land foc...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, Mexico, New York City, Tennessee, Dolly Parton, Ihg, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro, John, Smoky Mountains, News And Deals, Kennedy International Airport, Dollywood, Kimpton Hotels Restaurants

Crazy Turbulence and Injuries as Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Reno

Here’s video from Delta flight DL5763 from Orange County to Seattle, an Embraer ERJ 175 operated by Compass Airlines. The aircraft, with 59 passengers and 4 crew on board, made an emergency landing in Reno after five of the passengers on board were injured due to severe turbulence. Continue reading Crazy Turbulence and Injuries as Delta Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Reno...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Delta, Seattle, Orange County, Reno, Compass Airlines, Crazy Turbulence and Injuries

Last Tango in Copenhagen

Back in Copenhagen and with just one full day left in Denmark's capital city it was time to give a onceover cleanup to our Frederiksberg apartment before we headed into the city centre to meet up with our darling daughter Katherine. All three of us walk
Tags: Travel, Denmark, Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Katherine All

Weather Rollercoaster

blog 021219 Weather Roller coaster Happy Birthday ShannonAgain the sunrise was clouded over so another morning sleeping in. Eventually the skies cleared and the sun was increasing the temperature rapidly so an early walk was in the plan. I had
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Japanese culture in São Paulo

São Paulo is a thriving megacity, a hub of culture and architecture and the most populous metropolitan area in South America. Among the city’s 12 million residents is the largest concentration of Japanese people outside of Japan. The first Japanese immigrant arrived in Brazil in 1908, and today there are over one-and-a-half million people of Japanese descent in Brazil, the majority of them in São Paulo. Their influence flows through São Paulo’s neighborhoods, cuisine, and culture, and this is...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Brazil, South America, Japanese culture, Kyoto, Sao Paulo, Osaka, All, LOS ANGELES LONDON, Japan House, Sao Paulo culture, Parque Ibirapuera, Tomie, Square Today, Diego Grandi Shutterstock

South America Day 36 Valparaso and Vina del Mar

I wanted to love quirky little hotel Winebox but to be honest shipping containers arent very soundproof so we had a restless night of traffic barking dogs and plumbing noises compounded by the continued fallout from the Fritz Franz pigeon poo lun
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Cultural Learnings of St. Petersburg pt. 2

R The next day brought spaghetti and sticky pastries on the hotel breakfast. We decided to split up this day Cate and myself going to look at a royal palace outside of town while Clare and Richard took a boat trip on the river.Our trip started with
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Te Puia

Des kiwis des kiwis des kiwis Bon un seul rveill en fait et dans le noir et qui nous a plus montr son cul que son bec mais quand mme Et pis aussi des gros geysers et pis aussi un spectacle Maori plutt sympa cet endroit pour une attracti
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Viking sites and museums in Norway

The Vikings were warriors, raiders, and explorers, and thanks to advanced sailing and navigational skills, they succeeded in becoming the first Europeans to set foot on mainland North America — perhaps even 500 years before Christopher Columbus landed in the Caribbean in 1492. Originating in present-day Scandinavian countries, the Vikings explored and often settled westward to Iceland, Greenland, and North America while spreading eastward to Central Asia, the Mediterranean, and North Africa. ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Catholic Church, Norway, North America, Vikings, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Oslo, Viking, All, Bergen, North Africa, Central Asia, Christopher Columbus, Trondheim

Earning 30 Million Miles in a Year and Alanis Morissette Adds Southwest Airlines to Ironic Lyrics

A roundup of the most important stories of the day. I keep you up to date on the most interesting writings I find on other sites – the latest news and tips. Continue reading Earning 30 Million Miles in a Year and Alanis Morissette Adds Southwest Airlines to Ironic Lyrics...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Southwest Airlines

Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment 2019 is Here! + Florida Prepaid Promo Code

Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment 2019 is here! Get a head start on your child’s college tuition + Save $50 off the application fee with my Florida Prepaid Promo Code! This post is sponsored by Florida Prepaid College Plans. All thoughts are my own. If you’ve been looking forward to Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment, you’ve already […] The post Florida Prepaid Open Enrollment 2019 is Here! + Florida Prepaid Promo Code appeared first on Mommy Musings®.
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Stupendous St. Petersburg pt 1 and the Hermitage

R So many months ago I promised I would start blogging our experiences in Russia and on the transSiberian railway. It has been several months. If you are still interested and I have kept you waiting.... I'm sorry. Anyway. I will recreate these memories
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Time to Get Real

The trip is all but done now. All thats left is to head to the airport and fly back to Sydney. This entry will cover what Ive been up to for the last few days and a summary of trip best and worst biggest surprise and disappointment.As I menti
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Beach resorts and vegan food in Hua Hin, Thailand

Less than 3 hours drive from Bangkok are the golden sands of Hua Hin, a seaside destination that offers the perfect option for a weekend escape from the city. The options are endless with most major hotel and resort operators having properties in Hua Hin. For us though it was important that we would not […] The post Beach resorts and vegan food in Hua Hin, Thailand appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Featured, Bangkok, Hua Hin, Hua Hin Thailand

5 Simple Secrets Hotels Can Implement One the Spot to Embrace Instant Gratitude

Do your Hotel fear the consequences of real-time response and instant gratitude? Real-time response and instant gratitude require a cultural shift for many Hotels today. Speed and relevance are the new norms for modern consumers today. Today consumers except not just a quick response, but immediate response. Even though this cultural shift how Hotels communicate with consumers can be frustrating, intimidating and downright scary for many it opens the floodgates when executed in a relevant cont...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Hotel, Social Media Roi, Social Media Management, Social Media Community, Hotel Social Media, Morch, Hotels Social Media, Hotel Secrets, Founders Media, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Social Media Mastery for Hotel

Big Cities Kitchener Saturday 2017 May 27

After a relaxing breakfast of scrambled eggs toast and fruit we left Toronto to enjoy Crawford Lake a park and tourist destination on the Niagara escarpment. The drive took us along the relatively busy highway 401 and when we finally turned off the fie
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Oil Rises as Saudi, Venezuela Supply Cuts Eclipse Boom in U.S. - Bloomberg

Oil Rises as Saudi, Venezuela Supply Cuts Eclipse Boom in U.S. - Bloomberg:Oil climbed for a second day as dwindling shipments from two of the world’s biggest crude exporters eclipsed another big jump in U.S. supplies.Futures in New York closed up 1.5 percent, reaching the highest point in a week. The rally came as the International Energy Agency warned that turmoil in Venezuela could disrupt global flows of heavy crude and after Saudi Arabia said it would extend its own cuts. A U.S. Energy Depa...
Tags: Travel, New York, Saudi Arabia, Bloomberg, Chicago, Venezuela, International Energy Agency, U S Energy Department, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Phil Streible

Hidden Gems of Egypt: Part 1

Read the full article on at - Hidden Gems of Egypt: Part 1 In the first of a two part series of Hidden Gems of Egypt, Peter shows you how to do Cairo off the brochure, the back roads into the bazaar and a different way to see the Pyramids. The post Hidden Gems of Egypt: Part 1 appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
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