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Stopover Guide: How to spend 48-Hours in New York City

New York, New York: so nice they named it twice. As one of America’s biggest cities and home to two airports (three if you count New Jersey’s Newark Liberty International Airport just across the border), it makes sense to plan a stopover in this incredible city. But where to begin?! I’ve put together a list of some of the cities must try sights to ensure you have an unforgettable 48 hours in New York City! PS: Want to see New York’s sights but save big?A is the perfect stopover companio...
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Alaska Shore Excursions Guide for Deciding What to Do While in Port

We loved the excursions when we went on an Alaskan cruise. Going on a cruise is an easy vacation — just show up and enjoy! What makes it even more fun are the Alaska shore excursions and exploring the ports. But which Alaskan excursions to choose? You might get a good deal on the cruise ... Read more The post Alaska Shore Excursions Guide for Deciding What to Do While in Port appeared first on As We Travel - The World - Travel, Traveling, Travel Videos
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Vigilante Justice in India

One of the markers of an uncivilized society is that mobs resort to vigilantism which are acts of summary justice without legal authority or due process. When the police engage in vigilantism, it signals a failed society. That’s what happened last week in Hyderabad in India. Four people were killed murdered by the police (led … Continue reading "Vigilante Justice in India"
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School Holidays Programs and Ninja Warrior Kids at Circus Arts

16 December 2019 – 25 January 2020 Leave kids at the circus and let their qualified coaches teach them trapeze, silks, tightwire, trampolining, pyramids, juggling, hoops, the famous flying trapeze and more in ½ and full day kids and teen circus programs. Afternoon programs have Parkour or JUMP focus depending on the day of the week. The special add-on continues – regions only Ninja Warrior classes for kids, lead and instructed by Byron’s pocket rocket Lisa Parkes and her team at Ninja Play Byron...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Byron, Festivals & Events, Parkour, Byron Bay, Ninja Warrior, School Holidays Programs, Lisa Parkes, Ninja Play Byron Bay Kinder, Centennial Cct Arts Industry Estate Byron Bay NSW


Continuing French strikes cause more travel disruptionContinuing French strikes cause more travel disruption

Eurostar to run reduced service for next few days
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Next Ventura cruise cancelled after ship suffers engine failureNext Ventura cruise cancelled after ship suffers engine failure

PandO apologises to guests booked on four-night sailing
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BA experiments with 3D printed aircraft parts

Airline says 'the possibilities are limitless'
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Eye on Travel — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia — December 7, 2019

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Eye on Travel — Riyadh, Saudi Arabia — December 7, 2019 This week’s Eye on Travel broadcasts from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. We’ll have another update on not just the Boeing 737 Max but the upcoming Congressional hearings about the overall relationship between the FAA and the airlines and manufacturers they are supposed to regulate. Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, joins us in Saudi Arabia to discuss the... The post Eye on Travel — Ri...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Faa, Boeing, PeterGreenberg, Peter Greenberg, Congressional, Riyadh Saudi Arabia, Arnie Weissmann, Eye on Travel


Phoenix/Scottsdale Arizona Golf Buddy Trip Recommendations

Winter is in full swing here in northern Utah. Ski resorts are humming and there’s snow on the golf courses. Happy holidays! For those like me who may want to get out of the cold and play some golf in some warmer weather, I’ve got some suggestions for you in the Phoenix/Scottsdale Arizona area.  Here’s where to play and where to stay! Play Here’s a short list of awesome golf courses in the Scottsdale/Phoenix area I highly recommend.  Below is my top five, but there are many more great courses on...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Sport, Arizona, Golf, Phil Mickelson, South, Scottsdale, Golf Courses, Camelback Mountain, Scott Miller, CRENSHAW, Pinnacle, Tom Fazio, Scottsdale Phoenix, South Course


Seabourn Celebrates Keel Laying for First Expedition Ship

December 4th was an exciting milestone for Seabourn, a global leader in ultra-luxury cruising and the official cruise partner of UNESCO World Heritage. On this day, Seabourn celebrated the keel laying ceremony for the newest member of their five vessel fleet: the 264-passenger Seabourn Venture Read More The post Seabourn Celebrates Keel Laying for First Expedition Ship appeared first on .
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Which State Has the Highest Life Expectancy?

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Which State Has the Highest Life Expectancy? Are you thinking of planning your next trip? Or are you looking for a place to retire?   Here’s a metric most people don’t think about: the average life expectancy in the destination you’re visiting.   The state in the United States with the longest longevity is Hawaii, where residents have a life expectancy of... The post Which State Has the Highest Life Expectancy? appeared first on Peter Greenberg Tr...
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Free Things to Do in Sydney with Kids

Sydney, the vibrant capital of New South Wales, is one of the biggest cities in Australia and a fun-filled destination for all ages. From vast parklands to fun amusement parks, there are plenty of free events and family activities in Sydney. Take a look at the free things to do in Sydney with kids to plan your fun family holiday. 1. Luna Park Luna Park is one of the best free activities in Sydney for kids. The nostalgic amusement park has a wide variety of rides, games and activities for all a...
Tags: Travel, Greece, Australia, Egypt, Italy, New South Wales, Sydney, Expedia, Bondi Beach, Near East, University of Sydney, Royal Botanic Gardens, Taronga Zoo, Centennial Park, Torres Strait Islanders, Bridgeclimb


How to Use TravelSites for Your Next Solo Adventure

People often describe their solo trips as a life-changing experience that will forever influence the way they see themselves, other people, and the world. When you live a life filled with friends, family, jobs, and responsibilities – as most people do – it’s easy to fall into the robotic schedule of the everyday. That’s why when you venture out into the unknown with no one to depend on but yourself, you get this calmness and insight that’s hard to attain in any other situation. Just as travelin...
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Hidden Gems of the Azores

Read the full article on PeterGreenberg.com at - Hidden Gems of the Azores They are the nine westernmost islands of Europe. Few Americans have ever even heard of them and fewer have even come. In fact, most people don’t even know where they are. You’ll find them about 800 miles off the coast of Portugal, in the Atlantic.  Some might argue that these are the islands that time... The post Hidden Gems of the Azores appeared first on Peter Greenberg Travel Detective.
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15 Things to Do in Bruges

Bruges is the type of city that you fall in love with instantly. How could you not? It’s cobblestone streets and swans floating by in canals, it’s riddled with chocolate shops and has fascinating architecture all around. It’s easily walkable and simple to navigate. There are so many amazing things to do in Bruges. From ... Read more 15 Things to Do in Bruges The post 15 Things to Do in Bruges appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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What Information Do You Need to Get a Credit Card With No Credit?

You’re just getting into a situation where you think you should have a credit card. It’s not always easy to start that process, especially if you’ve been committed to the idea of not having any debt. But, in many cases, you will come to a point where you really should consider the option. But, if you’ve never established any sort of credit, this can be quite the journey. How can you be sure that you do things right and that you’ve got the resources you need? Are there options that are going to ...
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6 Common Travel Mistakes First Time Travelers Make

It's an exciting time in the world. More people are crossing borders than ever, and more travelers have access to exploring the planet. But that can also have an effect on the quality of one’s travel experiences if we don't plan ahead. We are going to share the common travel mistakes that first-time travelers make […] Read the original post 6 Common Travel Mistakes First Time Travelers Make on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
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5 Amazing Luxury Tours in India You Must Experience in 2020

India is one of the most religious nations in the world. Some of the most deeply religious societies, cultures, and cuisines of India are very popular. India is well-known for tourism. All these attractions make India the best destination for luxury holidays. In my recent visit to India, I was bedazzled by the way luxury was rooted in every little aspect. Luxury was inevitable in their tradition and culture. Be it the hospitality, food, interiors, dance, festivals, or even clothes, everything wa...
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Nantes and Rennes Excursions: Fantasy and Art in France

“It isn’t what it used to be,” my professor told me upon learning I’d be visiting Nantes for the first time. To be fair, he had just been reminiscing about his own experience as a young history student thumbing through manuscripts in the city’s archives in the 1990s. His comment made me acknowledge that I knew little about Nantes, to say nothing about how it used to be. In fact, before...Read the whole entry... »           Comments Indeed. Lots of interest and funding in that area. I wish ...
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The Best Destinations in 2020 According to Monkeys Throwing Darts at a World Map

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Cruise Critic names best cruise lines, ships of 2019

Cruise Critic has named the winners of its 12th annual Cruise Critic Editors' Picks Awards, recognizing the best cruise lines of the year.          [Author: USA TODAY]
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United's Orderly Leadership Transition: What Well-Run Companies Do

( = || []).push({}); I awoke Thursday morning to a flurry of emails about the personnel changes at the top being announced at United. One from a United spokesperson included the press release and said simply, “call me when you can.” Before making the call, I made sure to read through the release in … ( = || []).push({});
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15 Top Tourist Attractions in Saint Petersburg

Renowned for its elegance and grandeur, Saint Petersburg is awash with stunning architecture, as majestic palaces and cathedrals jostle for space alongside its many canals and waterways. Located at the mouth of the Neva River on the banks of the Gulf of Finland, it is the second-largest city in Russia after Moscow. Founded by Pete
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