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Living My Best Life at the Four Seasons Orlando

I stay at a lot of great hotels and resorts around the world, many of which I’ve written about on this blog. To be honest, since I am very picky when it comes to hotels, the experiences are rarely bad, in fact, they’re usually great. Once in a while though, and not nearly as often as one would think, there comes along a very special property and a very special experience that is just so exceptional, I feel at a loss to properly put into words what my time there was really like. Such is the ...
Tags: Travel, Disney, United States, North America, Four Seasons, Orlando, Destinations, Mary, Orlando Florida, Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando Resort, Disney Parks, Disney World Resort, Chicken Waffles, Disney Although, Four Seasons Orlando


Cheers

Like many an evening, today I raise a glass to the end of a disastrous social policy in the United States on this day in 1933. The wiki informs us thusly: The Twenty-first Amendment (Amendment XXI) to the United States Constitution repealed the Eighteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which had mandated nationwide Prohibition on alcohol. The Twenty-first Amendment was … Continue reading "Cheers"
Tags: Travel, Uncategorized, United States


How Hackers Can Use Your Boarding Pass To Easily Steal Personal Information

Your boarding pass contains a lot more data than you might realize.
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Why You Should ALWAYS Shred Your Boarding Pass

Your boarding pass contains a lot more data that you might realize.
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Exploring

Our mornings are always busy as we do « The Cure » so we try to do a bit of exploring either right here in the village of Gréoux les Bains or further out into the Luberon. Low Autumn clouds seen from our apartment. There ‘s a really nice walk along the nearby river. We decided to set out and see our old home and got a sunset at the end. There’s our old home. The trees we planted when we first moved there are enormous now. There is a wall and gate now so we couldn’t see ...
Tags: Travel, France, Sunset, Provence, Old Home, River View, Gréoux les Bains, Luberon Low Autumn


LOCALS INVITED TO RAISE FUNDS FOR NSWRFS AT STONE & WOOD BREWERY

Locals the Northern Rivers and beyond are invited to help raise funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service (NSWRFS) on Friday 13 December with beers, food and end-of-year celebrations with the team at Stone & Wood Brewery. From 3.00pm to 6.00pm, the independent Northern Rivers brewery will host an afternoon of beers and nibbles, with all proceeds from beer sales between these hours directed to the NSWRFS via the brewery’s national not-for-profit, the inGrained Foundation. Recently, to support the fire...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Culture, Brisbane, Byron Bay, Northern Rivers, NSW Rural Fire Service, NSWRFS, NSW Rural Fire Service NSWRFS, Stone Wood Brewery From, NSW Stone Wood, Byron Bay Tasting Room, Queensland Rural Fire Service Stone Wood


Tokyo street-side lunch, and looks

Sometimes it doesn’t get much better than simple food, on a street-side table, in the late autumn sun.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


Private Jet Charter vs First Class: What’s the Difference?

On the high end of the air travel industry, passengers have the option of flying on a first-class commercial plane or booking a private flight on a jet. While both options provide elevated levels of service, there are distinct differences between them. Here’s a look at what you can expect out of Gulfstream G550 charter domestic flights, and the same type of travel on a traditional carrier so you can make an informed decision for your next trip. Chartered Jets   For first-time passengers, the Lo...
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, Travel Blog, Private Jet, Gulfstream


15+ Best Gifts for Stocking Stuffers

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - For as long as I can remember, the highlight of Christmas has always been the stocking. In my family, we’d hang our stockings over the fireplace the night before, each of us with our particular stocking. And when we’d wake in the morning, it was always the first thing we’d see besides the massive bundle of Christmas presents. Our family tradition always put an outsize emphasis on the Christmas stocking....
Tags: Travel, Kentucky, New York City, Brooklyn, Harry, Calvin Klein, Santa, Travel Tips, Polaroid, Malibu, Kenneth Cole, Dead Sea, Pilar, Marvis, Nora Kogan, KIERIN NYC


[How to] Create & Edit Short Videos & Stories – 10 Awesome Apps

InShot – Release your Unlimited Creativity with InShot InShot app is an all-in-one visual content editing app. It allows you to create videos, edit photos, and create image collages. The app has plenty of features too. You can trim clips, change the speed of your footage, and add filters, music, and text. WeVideo – #1 Online Video Editor — Start Editing Videos Free WeVideo makes it easy for you to edit videos online faster & easier than ever. Use stoc...
Tags: Travel, Google, Social Media Marketing, Video Marketing, Dubai UAE, Powtoon, Adobe Premiere Pro, Digital Marketing Courses, SEO International, Wondershare Filmora Easy Trendy, Vyond Vyond


Eat Local: The Best Places to Eat in Istanbul

I’ve never met another traveler who didn’t love Istanbul. The city is such a blend of cultures and so rich and history, you know that the food has to be something special. Where to eat in Istanbul? From street food vendors hawking freshly caught fish, endless shops selling rotating meet on a spit, and endless … The post Eat Local: The Best Places to Eat in Istanbul appeared first on LL World Tour.
Tags: Travel, Food, Turkey, Istanbul


South African Airways gets lifelineSouth African Airways gets lifeline

Rescue plan confirmed for troubled airline
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Norwegian makes carbon offsetting part of the booking processNorwegian makes carbon offsetting part of the booking process

Passengers can opt to pay extra to offset emissions
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Airports and Airlines with Free WiFi

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Airports and Airlines with Free WiFi We’re all addicted to WiFi and we all want free WiFi when we travel. But until recently, most U.S. airports charged for WiFi. Now, thankfully, some airports are changing. Charlotte Douglas International, Dallas/Fort Worth. John F. Kennedy, LaGuardia, Newark, Dulles and Reagan National have upgraded to free WiFi. Even the busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson in Atlanta,... The post Airports and Airlines with Free...
Tags: Travel, Airports, Atlanta, Reagan, Airlines, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Hartsfield Jackson, The Essentials, Airports and Airlines, Kennedy LaGuardia Newark Dulles


A Relaxing Visit to the Kananaskis Nordic Spa, Alberta

On a chilly, rainy summer’s night John and I ventured to the Kananaskis Nordic Spa to see for ourselves what the experience was like. I’d heard many wonderful reports since it opened in the winter of 2018. The spa, fashioned in the Nordic tradition, stimulates your senses with temperature changes (hot, warm and cold pools) along with aromatherapy via the steam room. It’s all set against a gorgeous Rocky Mountain backdrop, only an hour away from downtown Calgary.  It’s the first Nordic spa in A...
Tags: Travel, John, Alberta, Calgary, Edmonton, Kananaskis, Kananaskis Country, Chelsea Quebec, Kananaskis Nordic Spa, Pomeroy Kananaskis Mountain Lodge, Kananaskis Spa, Kananaskis Nordic Spa Alberta, Fort Edmonton Park The Kananaskis, Kananaskis Nordic Spa Located, Thermëa Spa, Nordic Spa


Share your best travel discovery of 2019 in the UK and Europe for the chance of winning a £200 hotel voucher

Did you come across anywhere brilliant on your travels this year? Whatever and wherever it is in Europe or the UK, we want to hear about it for our end-of-year round upYou might have found a beautiful beach, a superb walk, a particularly friendly little cafe, a wonderful bookshop, or finally succeeded in climbing a mountain you’ve always wanted to go up. Perhaps you stumbled across a bar in the middle of nowhere with live music, a friendly, family-run B&B, an unsung museum or had the best meal o...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Europe, UK


We Have Arrived to Benson to our Lot at SKP Saguaro (And a ‘Please Don’t Drop By Unannounced’ Reminder)

We have arrived to our winter basecamp in Benson, AZ – to the lot we are leaseholders at in the SKP Saguaro Co-Op Park. The bus and van convoy was a smooth 800 mile drive that we did over 3-days, and it was much more enjoyable than either of us anticipated. The bus drove like […]
Tags: Travel, Featured, Rving, Travelogues, Benson, Travel Plans, Nomadic Lifestyle, Benson AZ, SKP Saguaro, Vintage Bus (June 2011 - present, Van Life (May 2019 - present, Our Travels, SKP Saguaro Co Op Park The


We Have Arrived to Benson (And a ‘Please Don’t Drop By Unannounced’ Reminder)

We have arrived to our winter basecamp in Benson, AZ – to the lot we are leaseholders at in the SKP Saguaro Co-Op Park. The bus and van convoy was a smooth 800 mile drive that we did over 3-days, and it was much more enjoyable than either of us anticipated. The bus drove like […]
Tags: Travel, Featured, Rving, Travelogues, Benson, Travel Plans, Nomadic Lifestyle, Benson AZ, SKP Saguaro, Vintage Bus (June 2011 - present, Van Life (May 2019 - present, Our Travels, SKP Saguaro Co Op Park The


The Patagonia Region: Mountains and Glaciers

My dad and traveled to small remote towns in the Patagonia region, where we hiked among mountains and glaciers.
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Regent Seven Seas Announces “Model” Godmother for New Ship

You might recognize her from Sports Illustrated or Covergirl, but now, actress and model Christie Brinkley will be honored as the godmother of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ newest, sleekest ship:  Seven Seas Splendor. With just a few final finishing touches left, Seven Seas Splendor is currently Read More The post Regent Seven Seas Announces “Model” Godmother for New Ship appeared first on .
Tags: Travel, Cruise News, Christie Brinkley, Regent Seven Seas Cruises


Stuff I Want to Understand: Pedro Anderson On Future Potential Applications for Blockchain in Travel

( = || []).push({}); Welcome back to the second part of my discussion with Pedro Anderson, Founder and CEO of Winding Tree, the company that has partnered with Hahn Air. If you missed the first part, head back here to learn about the current application with Hahn Air as well as the general idea … ( = || []).push({});
Tags: Travel, Technology, Distribution, Hahn, Hahn Air, Stuff I Want to Understand, Pedro Anderson


The Best Hotels near Singapore Changi Airport

Weary after a long flight? Singapore Changi Airport has to be one of the world’s best airports to transit or have a layover. Not only do they provide plenty of activities (did someone say ‘cinema‘?!) but they also have a huge range of rest and relaxation spaces on offer for guests. To help you plan your Singapore stopover – or a more comfortable Singapore layover! – I’ve put together this list of rest spaces, transit hotels, and regular hotels to help you stay comfortable and feeling refresh...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Singapore, Netflix, Transit, Vietnam, Travel Tips, Changi, Destinations, Accommodation Review, Changi Airport, Etihad Airways, Fraser, MRT, Downtown East, Singapore Changi Airport


15 fun things to do in Dresden – in just one day!

I’m not sure what I expected of Dresden, a city that’s packed with cultural gems, a city that’s a poster child for the Baroque, a city that was largely destroyed in the Second World War. I knew that after the terrible fire storm inflicted by the English and American bombers, the city had been largely rebuilt to recreate it as before and that it was part of East Germany until reunification in 1990. But I think I’d been expecting somewhere a bit smaller and more quaint, rather than the large,...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Activities, Culture, Art and design, Museums, Sightseeing, Dresden, Northern Europe, East Germany, Saxony, UK & Europe


15 fun things to do in Dresden, Germany – in just one day!

I’m not sure what I expected of Dresden, a city that’s packed with cultural gems, a city that’s a poster child for the Baroque, a city that was largely destroyed in the Second World War. I knew that after the terrible fire storm inflicted by the English and American bombers, the city had been largely rebuilt to recreate it as before and that it was part of East Germany until reunification in 1990. But I think I’d been expecting somewhere a bit smaller and more quaint, rather than the large,...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Germany, Activities, Culture, Art and design, Museums, Sightseeing, Dresden, Northern Europe, East Germany, Saxony, Dresden Germany, UK & Europe


Things to See on the Amalfi Coast, Italy

The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful scenic drives on earth. When picturing the winding roads along the massive sea cliffs of the Mediterranean Sea we think of movie stars and royalty whizzing through in their expensive Aston Martin convertibles. The driving route takes you through some of the most beautiful seaside towns […] Read the original post Things to See on the Amalfi Coast, Italy on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Italy, Aston Martin, Amalfi Coast, Mediterranean Sea, Amalfi Coast Italy



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