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Where to travel and do CrossFit

CrossFit has become an essential part of many of our lifestyles. For people who have built this ultra-intense fitness program into their daily routine, keeping it up is a priority — even during vacations. If you want to get away from it all and stay on track with your goals, you’ve got plenty of options. You can head to countries with the most CrossFit gyms, search out cities with elite athletes and strong communities, or even go on a CrossFit-themed vacation. If you’re addicted to CrossFit, ...
Tags: Travel, Health, New York, Fitness, Australia, Mexico, New York City, US, Canada, United States, Italy, Sydney, Gyms, Brazil, Vacation, Miami




Transparent Suitcases – Yay or Nay?

The Rimowa X Off-White Transparent Carry-On Case has some rather obvious pros and cons. It’s just a question of which of them outweighs the other, and that’s completely subjective.Made from transparent yet extremely resilient and impact resistant PolyCarbonate, the carry-on suitcase is completely see-through, although the ribbing on the surface to give it structural integrity obscures one’s direct view of the insides of the suitcase. With accented black handles, wheels, and labeling on the handl...
Tags: Travel, Design, Bags, Suitcase, Transparent, Product Design, Random, Rimowa, OFF-WHITE


What to expect on an African Safari – 4 Things you Should Know

For aspiring travelers the world over, experiencing a genuine African safari is one of those bucket list items that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. Aside from the unique wildlife, endless miles of unspoiled wilderness, fresh air and sunshine; the sheer diversity of peoples and cultures who call this continent home makes spending time here an unforgettable adventure. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting for the first time, then here are a few of the highlights you ca...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Africa, St Lucia, Big Five, Victoria Falls, Africa South Africa, Kruger Park, Zululand, KwaZulu Natal Accommodation, Little Five, Small Five, Dlinza


And speaking of theaters...

This is the marquee outside the Olympia, probably the most famous and prestigious of Parisian music halls. The Beatles sang here. So did Simon and Garfunkel and the Rolling Stones, to name a few of the English-language acts. Countless French, Canadian, and Belgian stars have also performed at the Olympia. Ken and I have been several times over the years to see stars like Véronique Sanson, Serge Lama, Rock Voisine, and France Gall. The classic red neon lettering on the marquee above the entranc...
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Celine Dion, Simon, Olympia, Garfunkel, Rolling Stones, WCS, Olympia Ken, Véronique Sanson Serge Lama Rock Voisine


7 Days 6 Nights Hokkaido Sapporo Otaru Itinerary Day 1

7 Days 6 Nights Hokkaido Sapporo Otaru Itinerary Day 1 Hey guys, we received quite a number of request for our Hokkaido’s Sapporo and Otaru Itinerary. We have been really busy in this few weeks doing some back end work for our blog and Youtube but we are going to post the itinerary first and there won’t be many pictures or videos yet. We know some readers are going to Hokkaido as soon as in July so we are going to post the itinerary first and we will update this post (or more future posts with...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Featured, Places, Headline, Airasia, Sapporo, Nishi, Sakura, Odori Park, Sapporo TV Tower, Google Map, Otaru, Japan - Hokkaido, Sapporo Shin Chitose, Chitose International Airport


Wot?! Glitzy Oahu is home to a wealth wild beaches

With nearly a million residents—more than double the other Hawaiian islands combined—Oahu is known for the high-rise resorts and kitschy/designer shops of Waikiki Beach and Honolulu. But—surprise!—this island also has the most miles undeveloped coastline with accessible beaches. Even Oahu's  fabled North Shore, with its world renowned surfing beaches, is a long run of sand with practically no resorts and a rural backshore. Protruding to the west of this coast the Mokuliea, a ten-mile stre...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, North Shore, Honolulu, West Side, Oahu, Waikiki Beach, Kailua, Waimanalo, Waianae, Waianae Mountains, Kaena Point, Makaha, Kualoa Regional Park, Kahana State Park, Yokohama Beach


Best budget hotels in Athens for 2018

With a rich history and astounding structures around every corner, Athens is a fantastic place to spend a vacation. And best of all, Cheapos can enjoy an array of affordable hotels, free or low-cost sightseeing and wallet-friendly cafes throughout the city. Modern Athens is truly a dream for budget travelers. But rather than trying your luck at just any budget hotel, check out our five favorites in Athens. These picks are clean, charismatic, and welcoming, plus most of them offer outstanding vie...
Tags: Travel, Best, Athens, Dailycheapo, Phaedra, Marble House, Kimon, Athens Hotels, Tempi Hotel Tempi Hotel, Monastiraki Doubles, Tempi Hotel, Phaedra Hotel Phaedra Hotel, Plaka Doubles, Hotel Kimon


5 Travel Tips for Solo Female Travelers

Wanderlust is a feeling that everyone experiences irrespective of where they are and what they’re doing in life. Traveling is one of those things that every individual must do. Traveling is supposed to be fun and exciting but as a woman, it can be stressful and uneasy. So, I have made a list of 5 things you should remember when planning a trip to be safe, have fun and travel comfortably at the same time. Have a Suitable Luggage For Travel You don’t want to be one of those unfortunate people...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Briggs, Riley


Avalon Waterways: Cuckoo Birds Singing on River Seine

Cuckoo Birds Singing on River Seine as we Sail With Avalon Waterways While river cruise itineraries are port intensive and generally involve a fair amount of walking through the various destinations along the way, you are also able to enjoy moments of peaceful solitude. Here is a short video I captured from our stateroom as we sailed the River Seine with Avalon Waterways. If you crank up the volume on your phone or computer, you can hear the cuckoo birds serenading in the early afternoon as we ...
Tags: Travel, Garden, Blog, Normandy, Paris, Monet, Giverny, Normandy Beach, European River Cruises, River Seine, Roaming Boomers Travel Services, Avalon Waterways, Seine River Cruise, Paris to Normandy River Cruise


The Camino

Maurice loves walking the Camino, le Chemin, the Way. We did it together one time, he did it solo once, and this time Maurice did it with an American couple, mostly the man. They are friends of ours. I “met” the woman, Paulita, on the Internet through our blogs. We spent a week on the Camino staying at a different place each night-gites, B&B’s, hotels, farms-we stayed at all sorts of places. I have no desire to walk the Camino again. Once was enough. Climbing up hills then going down them is rea...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Hike, France, View, Cows, Walk, Maurice, Coke Zero, Aligot, Colt Cola, the Camino, Chemin, Paulita, Aumont Aubrac


Mona at the Louvre

  Mona at the Louvre she barely cracked a smile when my nieces went to greet her.         We walked three miles inside the Louvre, and saw barely half of it. How many 12 years could do that? Kate still smiling at the end of the afternoon.     A delightful bunch. Traveling with them has been flawless.              [Author: Tongue in Cheek]
Tags: Travel, Kate, Mona, Louvre, Tongue in Cheek


7 Things That Will Surprise A First-Time Visitor To Petra

Petra in southern Jordan is one of the most iconic tourist sites in the world, made famous by movies like Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade . It’s familiarity in films has narrowed Petra’s tourism marketing, giving many visitors a nice surprise when they arrive at the 9,000 year old ancient city. Petra is not what you expect though don’t feel odd about it, you’re not alone. These are 7 things that surprise most first-time visitors to Petra. 1. It’s More Than The Treasury Al-Khazneh (The Trea...
Tags: Travel, Food, Green, Egypt, Middle East, Treasury, Jordan, Health And Fitness, Indiana Jones, Petra, Jordan Pass, Amman, Great Pyramids, Treasury Al Khazneh The Treasury, Jordan s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Great Temple Royal Tombs


Travel News: June 22, 2018

AAA Predicts Record-Breaking Independence Day Travel Numbers Travel Pulse A new AAA study revealed a record-breaking 46.9 million Americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more away from home this Independence Day holiday. The nearly 50 million people predicted to travel for the Fourth of July are an increase of more than five percent compared with last year and the highest number since AAA started tracking 18 years ago. Of the 46.9 million American travelers, 39.7 million are hitting the ro...
Tags: Travel, Belfast, AAA, Lufthansa, News And Deals, Fort Lauderdale, Port Everglades, Carsten Spohr, Spohr, Windsor House, William Hastings, Norwegian Air Travel Weekly The Lufthansa Group, Sueddeutsche Zeitung Norwegian, Nothern Ireland


France, Paris

12h Métro La Fourche Copyright Jacques Witt [Author: Jacques Witt]
Tags: Travel, Blogroll, France PARIS, Actualité, Non classé, Photographie, Photojournalisme, Voyages, Jacques Witt


11 reasons Idaho is epic in summer

T here’s really no bad time of year to be in Idaho, but summer in the Gem State is extra sweet. There are rivers to raft, trails to hike. You can wake up to the sunrise over an alpine lake, surrounded by 10,000-foot peaks; come nighttime, you can sink into a hot spring under some of the nation’s darkest night skies. Boating or floating, hiking or biking, noshing or moshing…you can’t go wrong. Here are 11 reasons why Idaho is the place to be in summer. 1. Idaho has the most navigable whitewate...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, Hiking, US, Summer, America, Salmon, Things To Do, West, Bicycling, Idaho, Adventures, All, Trip Planning, Garden City, Boise


The best July 4th 2018 fireworks & events in Hawaii

How would you like to celebrate Independence Day with aloha? Hawaii will be offering amazing July 4th celebrations to do just that! Of course parades and grand fireworks shows will dazzle visitors and locals alike. On top of that, you’ll also discover events that are truly unique to Hawaii. A few of those are: Turtle Independence Day at Mauna Lani Bay Hotel on Hawaii (Big) Island – At this event, sea turtles that have “graduated” in size from the hotel’s sheltered saltwater ponds are released ...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Pearl Harbor, Kauai, Oahu, Hawaiian Island, Oahu Events, Hawaii Big Island, Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, Maui Events, Big Island Events, Kauai Events


KFC serves chicken with waffles

You’ll never have to decide between breakfast and lunch again, now that chicken and waffles is on its way to a drive-thru near you. That’s right, fried chicken and waffles is KFC’s newest menu item. In a statement, KFC’s senior marketing director said, “We know that chicken and waffles has a cult following across the country, especially in the south, but not everyone has it available close by.” Indeed, chicken and waffles is a common brunch option in select restaurants in some parts of the c...
Tags: Travel, Food, Chicken, Fast Food, North Carolina, Kfc, All, McDonald, Waffles


Kodaikanal Lake

The sprawling lake looked gloomy due to a short drizzle late in the evening. April 2018. [Author: R Niranjan Das]
Tags: Travel, R Niranjan Das, Niranjan Das, Kodaikanal Lake


Flying around Canada is now cheap

A new airline is causing an uproar in Canadian airspace by offering cross-country fares as low as $29 each way. Swoop, an offshoot of WestJet, launched service on June 20th and has adopted the model of budget-friendly airlines which upcharge for basic conveniences and shuttle passengers between smaller airports that are easier on the wallet. At the launch of their service, the airline offers direct flights to Canadian cities such as Halifax, Nova Scotia; Hamilton, Ontario; and Abbotsford, Bri...
Tags: Travel, Flying, Canada, United States, Las Vegas, Iceland, Tampa, Banff, Frontier, All, Cbc, Westjet, Winnipeg Manitoba, Halifax Nova Scotia, Hamilton Ontario, Great White North


These 7 US cities are over

The problem with anything great is everyone else knows about it. That great new neighborhood restaurant you found before anyone else now has a three-hour wait a year later. Many places that were once cool, undiscovered finds are now borderline unbearable, with sky-high prices everywhere you look. The good news is that for every one of these overplayed, overhyped cities, new cities come along and fill the void they leave behind. That’s why we’re proclaiming these seven cities officially over f...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Texas, California, La, US, America, San Francisco, Austin, Hawaii, Miami, Nashville, John, Napa, Kingston, Oakland


signs your mom is from Maine

There are certain childhood experiences shared by those who grew up with a mom from Maine. Their expressions of tough love showed you how to be independent and made you consider your environmental footprint from a young age. From being taught how to swim at a crazy young age to being educated about recycling, here are 11 signs that you were raised by a mom from Maine. 1. You were sent outside to play no matter the weather. Zero degrees? No problem. Your mom grew up playing outside and she ...
Tags: Travel, Childhood, Family, Culture, Maine, Mom, All, Living In Maine, Life in Maine, childhood in Maine, Culture in Maine, growing up in Maine, Maine mom, parents from Maine, Sal Mom


Part of the Sorbonne...

Unless you are a teacher or a student, normally you will not be allowed to enter this building  except when there is an art exhibition – and...  there is now one ongoing. This building houses the Faculty of Law of the Sorbonne University and you find it on Place de Panthéon. It seems that what you can see from the Place was part of an end-of-the-18thcentury project which also included what was supposed to become the Sainte-Géneviève church, but which finally became the Panthéon, with J-...
Tags: Travel, Sorbonne University, Sorbonne, Peter Olson, Paris 5, J G Soufflot, Sophie Verger, Rue Saint Jacques, Jacques Cujas, Rue Cujas


Charmed by Quirky Austin, Texas

We’ve all heard about “Keeping Austin Weird,” and the news-making SXSW event that takes place in the city every year is the stuff of legend. Austin does indeed exist in its own little bubble, one made up of food trucks and live music, but also of outdoor adventures and fun experiences. I was excited to visit Austin for the first time to see for myself what makes it tick, what makes it wonderfully weird and whether or not I’d even like it at all. Yes, Austin is a little odd Traveling with my frie...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Mexico, Austin, Destinations, Sxsw, JW Marriott, Marriott International, Congress Street, Continental Club, Texas State Capitol, Brendan van Son, Congress Avenue Bridge, Barton Springs, Congress Avenue, Zilker


How to Get More Online Reviews for Your Business

Online reviews, when done well, create new customers. Done poorly, they repel potential customers. How important are online reviews? More than 80% of Americans trust them, according to BrightLocal research. A new study I just finished yesterday for my upcoming book with Daniel Lemin found that online reviews rank second—behind only friend and family recommendations—among the critical sources of information driving a consumer’s potential purchase. And among millennials? They trust online reviews...
Tags: Google, Seo, John, Tripadvisor, Caribbean, Antigua, Daniel Lemin, Baer Facts, Social Media Consulting, Online Customer Experience, Online Reviews Solicitation Playbook, Siboney Beach Club, Dickensen Bay Siboney


Epic sport vacations for athletes

If you’re on the very active end of the physical fitness spectrum, the idea of going on vacation and disrupting your daily routine and training schedule might make you anxious. Rest days are important but taking a full two weeks out can set you back physically and the crash of endorphins can make your mind sluggish. For those who prioritize sport, there is a rise of new vacation options which blend adventure, travel, and keeping fit. Here’s a list of experiences that only athletes will want t...
Tags: Travel, UK, Greece, Australia, China, Sport, Climbing, Vacations, Running, Run, Western Australia, Crossfit, North Atlantic, Caribbean, Swim, Mediterranean


Airlines refuse fly kids

In response to the separation of immigrant children from their families at the southern US border, several airlines have refused to play any part in the Trump administration’s no-tolerance policy. On Wednesday, American Airlines asked the government to stop using its commercial plans to transport separated children — and they’re not alone. Frontier Airlines has also asserted that it would not “allow [their] flights to be used to transport migrant children away from their families;” similar st...
Tags: Travel, Immigration, US, New York Times, Dallas, Airlines, American Airlines, All, Trump, Houston Chronicle, Frontier Airlines, Palmquist, United and Southwest, Immigrant Children, Separation Of Children And Parents, Hunt Palmquist


9 Things to Know Before You Book Your Cruise

A little advance planning before you book a cruise, helps ensure the perfect cruise vacation. Every cruise line repeats the benefits of cruising; meals, entertainment and accommodations wrapped into one… The post 9 Things to Know Before You Book Your Cruise appeared first on Cruise Maven.
Tags: Travel, Travel Tips, Shore Excursions, Kosher Cruises, Avoid Norovirus, Best Stateroom Locations, Dietary Needs, Pack For A Cruise, When To Book Your Cruise


Sir Terence Conran's (RED) Suite at the ANDAZ Hotel, London: We speak with the famed designer about his new project supporting the AIDs organization

The first time Sir Terence Conran set foot into what was then The Great Eastern Hotel in London, decades ago, it wasn’t exactly a boutique experience. "I went to book a room, and the girl behind the reception desk asked me, ‘How many hours do you want...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Travel, Design, London, Hotels, Aids, Charities, Interiors, Terence Conran, Andaz, Andazhotels, ANDAZ Hotel London, Great Eastern Hotel


The world’s top 50 restaurants

You can’t consider yourself a true foodie until you’ve tried the best restaurants in the world, right? Luckily, the official list of the world’s 50 best restaurants has just been released. From the US to Thailand, the list includes restaurants across the world, which will appeal to connoisseurs with a variety of palates. At the top of the list is Osteria Francescana located in Modena, Italy, an avant-garde Italian restaurant that many will recognize as being featured in the last season of Ma...
Tags: Travel, London, Restaurants, US, Spain, Catalonia, Netflix, Thailand, Alain Ducasse, Best Restaurants, El Celler De Can Roca, Bbva, All, Copenhagen Denmark, Berlin Germany, Taipei Taiwan



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