Save Up to 25 Percent in Paris Spring 2019 With Marriott

Dining on a tuna niçoise while sitting at an outdoor café in the City of Lights watching people pass by is a great way to while away the hours — or perhaps you want to feel like you are on top of the world at the Eiffel Tower before viewing classic art at the Louvre and taking in the architectural stylings of Notre Dame before heading out to the Montparnasse district to party the night away. Why wait? You can save up to 25 percent off of retail room rates when you stay at your choice of 17 diffe...
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Educational Projects and Vacations in Italy

School trips or study tours are arranged for learning about a place. Schools all over the world organize such trips every year for their students. It is about discovering a place unknown and the minute details about that place staying present there with one’s own eyes. It is tested and proved that learning becomes lighter and vivid when it is more practical rather than learning from textbooks. So, if our project is to learn about the culture, religion, history, civilization, dialect, and more, ...
Tags: Travel, Italy, Florence, Travel Blog, Rome Venice, Vefe

Strawberry without the Shortcake

    Strawberries without the shortcake Strawberries with cream and a spray of cocoa powder. Simple   Refreshing    Divine as is.                 [Author: French la Vie]
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France, Paris

18h Début de la comférece de presse d’Emmanuel Macron à l’Elysée Copyright Jacques Witt / Sipa Press [Author: Jacques Witt]
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Happy 10th Birthday to LA BELLA LINGUA!

Whether you're a parent or an author, your first born always remains close to your heart. This month marks a landmark birthday for my first book on Italy and its culture: LA BELLA LINGUA: My Love Affair with Italian, the World’s Most Enchanting Language. My publisher is celebrating with a not-to-be-missed offer: a digital copy for just $1.99 — less than the price of, well, almost everything —downloadable here or at other online book retailers until May 5. A book that keeps selling long after pu...
Tags: Travel, New York, Australia, La, Singapore, South Africa, New York Times, Paris, Italy, Sydney, Vancouver, Florence, Leonardo, United States Canada, Dianne Hales, LA BELLA LINGUA

Thanos Google Easter Egg Is Happening Right Now

This is not Avengers Infinity Wars End Game spoiler but google just created an easter egg for Thanos yesterday. The Thanos Google Easter Egg is happening right now and you can check it out yourself. Please watch the video below to activate the Thanos Google Easter Egg! So what you need to do is google ‘Thanos’ and you get the results. Check the Wikipedia area and you will see the Infinity Gauntlet. Click on the Infinity Gauntlet and the fingers will snapped and magic will ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Wikipedia, Thanos, Infinity Gauntlet, Avengers, Headline, Bangkok, Thanos Google Easter Egg, ReviewThe Justice League Review

Visiting Halong Bay: Tips to plan your Halong Bay Cruise

There is truly no greater pleasure than waking up to the sound of gently lapping waves and jaw-dropping views of paradise. Even better when you realise all that can be found during only a short(ish) plane ride away from Australia in Vietnam when you are on a Halong Bay cruise! If you are planning a trip to Vietnam then chances are Halong Bay will be on your radar. I’m sure you’ve seen the stunning photos of the limestone cliffs topped with jungle or heard of the ‘Jurassic Park Island’. There are...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Australia, US, Guest Post, Vietnam, Destinations, Hanoi, Halong Bay, World Heritage, Ha Long Bay, Quang Ninh, Halong City, Northern Vietnam, Halong Bay Vietnam, Vietnam Halong Bay

Historic sites opening around Rome

Rome certainly isn’t lacking in historic sites, but that doesn’t mean they’re all open to the public. From April 25 to April 28, however, several monasteries, parks, and historic palaces that are usually closed will be open to the public in an event called the Dimore Storiche del Lazio. The aim is to showcase the hidden treasures of the Lazio region, which encompasses Rome. While most visitors to Italy find their way to Rome at some point during their trip, many often bypass the rest of the L...
Tags: Travel, Rome, Italy, Lazio, Tuscany, Bernini, All, Pomezia, Trastevere Rome, Rieti, Borghèse, Corso, Rome attractions, Viterbo, Ariccia, Rome Travel

Step up and step out to support Women and Children in our shire! Nudge Nudge Wink Wink, May 5th

Cunning Stunts 36th Nudge Nudge Wink Wink is raising money for the Mullumbimby (MDNC) Women’s Resource Services (WRS) helping support women and their children experiencing domestic and family violence who live in the Byron shire. WRS aims to empower and assist women toward safety, self-sufficiency and wellbeing in the community by providing: Information and support, Assessment of situation including risks and needs, Safety planning and referral to services to improve safety, Case management, Cou...
Tags: Travel, UK, New York, London, Featured, News, Bali, Culture, Sydney, Ibiza, Festivals & Events, Scott, Phil, Palazzo Versace, Cielo, Sut Dale Stephen

State Parks to Visit in the United States

Read the full article on at - State Parks to Visit in the United States While our national parks are touted as the crown jewels of America, it is also time to recognize and celebrate America’s less crowded but just as fulfilling state parks. In Texas, there is Palo Duro Canyon State Park. Palo Duro is the second largest canyon in America. It measures 120 miles long and 20 miles... The post State Parks to Visit in the United States appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detec...
Tags: Travel, Texas, America, United States, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, State Parks, The Essentials, State Parks to Visit, Palo Duro Canyon State Park Palo Duro

A Compulsive Obsessive’s Guide to Checking If Your Flight Will be On-Time

In the travel industry, “on time” is a vague statement of aspirational nothingness rather than a committed promise. Not that I’m a compulsive obsessive about anything.  Oh no!  But……In the terrible world of air travel, and the surrendering any sense of control over one’s environment that one is required to do prior to entering the airplane terminal, being able to at least know if your flight is likely to depart on time and get to its destination on time is one small sense of order in an otherwis...
Tags: Travel, National Weather Service, Minneapolis, US, Los Angeles, Chicago, Amsterdam, Delta, San Diego, Dallas, Vancouver, Airlines, Seattle, St Louis, KLM, Phoenix

TrustYou Expands Market Presence In The Middle East

TrustYou, the globally operating expert for guest feedback, expanded further into promising markets of the Middle East and announces partnerships with major players of the tourism and hospitality sector. The destination's OTAs Almosafer and tajawal chose to utilize and display TrustYou's review data to offer better experiences to travelers and guests. TrustYou analyzes and summarizes guest feedback from across the web to create the most valuable insights for the industry.
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The 5 Best Cultural City Day Trips Close to Berlin

Although we deeply love Berlins every corner, from Wassertumplatz to Grunewald, we sometimes feel the need to get away for a weekend. Especially when the temperatures are as promisingly high, as they will be the upcoming May weekends. When Angry Chicken is no longer an option, clubbing grows redundant and meeting your friends at Holzmarkt really starts to bore you – we are right here for you to get you out of your Berlin blues. We thought about 5 charming cities to visit on the weekend, that are...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Germany, Berlin, Poland, Dresden, Bauhaus, Leipzig, Weimar, Grunewald, Saxony, Mitte, Friedrich Nietzsche, Schiller, Dessau, Szczecin

Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week – April 25, 2019

Read the full article on at - Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the Week – April 25, 2019 Congrats to Lillian, who is this week’s winner of the  photo contest! Lillian shared this photo of the Li River in China. For a chance at being next week’s winner, submit your spring travel photo to [email protected] before Wednesday, May 1st at 10 a.m. ET. Peter will pick his favorite photo, and the announcement... The post Peter’s Fan Favorite Photo of the W...
Tags: Travel, China, Travel Photography, Featured Posts, Peter, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Lillian, Li River

The Train to Carcassonne

Part of the reason I am behind in my blogging and now typing this when I should be typing todays is we had a very early train from Paris to Carcassonne. The initial plan was to blog while we were on the train but sleep won out.The day started at 3
Tags: Travel, Paris, Carcassonne

Airbnb music lessons and experiences

Airbnb is hardly just about B&Bs anymore. Moving into the experiential travel realm, the amateur lodging behemoth has become as much about finding unique, local experiences when you travel as it is finding a place to sleep. Sure, stuff like hiking to hidden waterfalls and feeding baby manatees is fun, but nothing delves into its culture like experiencing its music. That’s why Airbnb has a whole category devoted to musical experiences, whether it’s becoming a K-pop star in Seoul, a DJ in Berli...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, La, Berlin, US, Los Angeles, Spain, Austria, Brooklyn, Hawaii, Paris, Cape Town, Nashville, Alps

Revinate Reveals that Hotel Review Response Rates Grew 22% Y/Y in Q1 of 2019

SAN FRANCISCO April 25, 2019 - Revinate, the software as a service (SaaS) company that helps hoteliers make the most of every guest, today announced its analysis of Q1 2019 global hotel reputation data. With a 22% increase in management responses to reviews year over year, it's clear that hoteliers are finding value in not only paying attention to online reviews, but also publicly responding to guests.
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American Airlines Wants to Clarify Its Mission and Get More Customers to Recommend Them

In the American Airlines internal podcast Kurt Stache, American's Senior Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Loyalty talked about the airline's new Airbus A321neo, on board entertainment, the airline's new mission, and getting customers to want to recommend the airline. He's a legacy American Airlines executive who once ran the AAdvantage program, and AAdvantage reports up to him. Continue reading American Airlines Wants to Clarify Its Mission and Get More Customers to Recommend Them...
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When is smoke season in Thailand

It’s effortless to envision the world in which we travel as a paradise worthy of our footprint. But there comes a time when every explorer must face the ecological issues that plague our planet in real time. When you’re shrouded in a smoky haze amidst the dry, dusty streets of Northern Thailand, that problem becomes impossible to ignore. Smoke season in Northern Thailand is something a lot of travelers intentionally bypass. Meanwhile, expats flee the region like swarming cicadas, waiting to r...
Tags: Travel, Thailand, Myanmar, Bangkok, US environmental protection agency, All, Northern Thailand, Pai, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Surat Thani, Koh Phangan, Mae Hong Son province, Smoke Season, Chumphon Archipelago, Pai Canyon

Tips for traveling with kids

Maybe you vowed to keep traveling after becoming a parent. You know travel broadens the mind and makes kids smarter. When your oldest kid was younger, maybe you even let them miss school to make room for worthwhile trips. But if your kids’ ages span the spectrum from toddler to teen — or somewhere in between — planning a vacation gets more complex. Your kids may have diverse interests, attention spans, sleeping schedules, and the rest. Here’s how to make travel with different-aged kids work. ...
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Luminary ‘retooling’ after podcasters request removal from service

Last month, a New York Times piece heralded the arrival of Luminary. The story focused on the startup’s healthy funding (almost $100 million) and its “subscription-based business model that it hopes will push the medium into a new phase of growth.” You’d be hard-pressed to find a better circumstances under which to launch your startup. A month and half later, Luminary is live, and most of that good will seems to have evaporated. A number of prominent podcast hosts have requested that their shows...
Tags: Travel, Podcast, Entertainment, New York Times, Podcasting, Ben, Joe Rogan

Redefining Road Travel, Family Style

I had no idea that traveling the world with my small children would be as challenging as it is. My parents, who have been with us for the last few weeks of travel, are joking that they are going to make T-shirts that say “We survived a year of travel with Bird and Spider Monkey.” Quite frankly, I think I’ve already earned more than a t-shirt at this point. If you have read my other posts, you will not be surprised to hear that this is way harder than I thought it would be. Maybe that’s because ...
Tags: Travel, Google, Featured, Bali, US, Toronto, Chicago, Sydney, Bird, Tokyo, Road Trip, Bondi Beach, Travel With Kids, Ann Arbor, Niagara, Harbour Bridge

Public Safety Director Espinda confirmed, no budget surplus tax refunds this year, Maui may withdraw injection well appeal, Kauai officials get raises, more news from all the Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii Public Safety Director Nolan Espinda, courtesy photo Hawaii Senate reconfirms Public Safety Department leader Nolan Espinda. Nolan Espinda was confirmed by the Senate to lead Hawaii’s Department of Public Safety for another four years, but he will do so amid numerous internal and external investigations into a recent riot at the Maui jail that took more than three hours to contain, and the fatal shootings of an Oahu jail inmate and homeless man outside the state Capitol. Star-Adver...
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Cannabis dispensary etiquette

If you’ve never been to a recreational cannabis dispensary before, the first time can be a little daunting. But according to Amy Andrle, the co-owner of Denver’s L’Eagle dispensary (one of Matador’s Denver favorites), there’s nothing to worry about, even if you’re a newbie. “As consumers, I think there are too many people who are nervous about going into a shop, but they are the reason the shop is open,” she says. In other words, the dispensary salespeople are there to help you on your cann...
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Dubrovnik Albanien 420 km

Der erste Tag an dem ich weder Regenjacke noch wrmende Jacke angezogen habe. Hervorragend. 420 km sind eigentlich nicht viel aber dazwischen war eine Fhre und 3 Grenzen und fast nur Landstraen. Das dauert dann von 8.00 bis 18.00 mit kleiner Mitt
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Decline of Cathay Pacific Lounge Food and the Airline Where No One Knows Who’s in Charge

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 Decline of Cathay Pacific Lounge Food and the Airline Where No One Knows Who’s in Charge...
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Former Abraaj director fights on in London extradition battle - The National

Former Abraaj director fights on in London extradition battle - The National:A recently arrested senior director of the now-defunct private equity firm Abraaj has been permitted by a London judge to alter the place where he checked in with police as part of his bail conditions.Sivendran Vettivetpillai is fighting an American extradition request over accusations by US prosecutors that he fraudulent misaproaopted millions of dollars.A week ago, Mr Vettivetpillai became the third former director of...
Tags: Travel, London, US, Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, Abraaj, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Vettivetpillai, Sivendran Vettivetpillai

Traditional Bulgarian yogurt dishes

Yogurt has been a part of what is present-day Bulgaria since long before modern borders were drawn. It’s believed that the first yogurts in the area came from nomadic tribes around 4,000 years ago when their milk fermented in animal-skin flasks. The Balkans have the proper bacteria and temperature to naturally produce yogurt, making it an important ingredient throughout the region’s history. Today, yogurt (or kiselo mlyako as they sometimes call it in Bulgaria, meaning sour milk) is eaten aro...
Tags: Travel, Greece, Yogurt, Middle East, Bulgaria, Balkans, All, Tupperware, Balkan, Bulgarian Food, Banitsa, Yakov Filimonov Shutterstock, Bulgarian Cuisine, Bulgarian Dishes, Bulgarian Yogurt, Stamen Grigorov

The Family Travel Experience

World traveler, Daniel Gamber found family travel to be the most rewarding experiences of all. Daniel has been helping people travel around the world for over 20 years. At a young age, he was fortunate enough to take a trip to Hong Kong with his parents. This trip sparked his wanderlust and soon after he decided to set off as a solo traveler. He spent subsequent trips exploring a variety of countries with good friends and companions. His most memorable journeys have been traveling to five contin...
Tags: Travel, Hong Kong, Spain, Jordan, Ecuador, Namibia, Sarah, Family Travel, Daniel, Daniel Gamber

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