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Tackling the Freedom Trail in Boston

Boston is a city I haven’t given enough attention to over the years, and I’m not sure why that is exactly. While I may not know it as well as some other spots around the country, I was certain that it would make for a fun weekend getaway, and turns out I was right. I’m working with Marriott International to highlight some cities around the U.S. that I enjoy visiting and consider perfect for a two or three day getaway, and Boston is near the top of that list. I will soon write a comprehensive po...
Tags: Travel, Navy, Boston, America, United States, Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin, Paul Revere, Destinations, Sheraton, Boston Common, Prudential Center, Ritz Carlton, Fenway Park, Marriott International, Back Bay


Honeymoon Destinations: Why Japan’s Miyajima Island Needs to be on Your List

Miyajima island. Image via K Mishina If you’re looking for a honeymoon destination, Japan has SO much to offer. It’s a measly 10-hour flight (nothin’ on that brutal European honeymoon trek) and is bursting with history, beautiful food, kind-hearted people, excellent hospitality and incredible culture. Mrs Houndstooth and I travelled to Japan recently, and it’s safe to say we have fallen head over heels. But travelling to such an intricate country with many amazing destinations can make it diffic...
Tags: Japan, Wedding, Destinations, Miyajima, Honeymoons, K Mishina If, Mrs Houndstooth


Sail Croatia – 5 Can’t Miss Croatia Islands For A Sailing Adventure

When you travel often, whether for work or fun, it can be tricky to find a destination and travel style that’s truly unique and beyond expectations. Introducing island hopping in Croatia on a sailing adventure! Image credit: Daluma Travel You don’t need to limit yourself to exploring the mainland (even though it’s incredible), and island hopping is one of the best things to do in Croatia. There are several ways to sail Croatia islands and plan a Croatia sailing trip like this and endless pos...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Croatia, King, Caribbean, Mediterranean, Dubrovnik, Destinations, Adriatic Sea, Hvar, Fort George, Dalmatia, Lokrum, Old Town Dubrovnik, Mljet, Mljet National Park


South Africa: Route 62 through the Karoo

South Africa: A road trip through the desolate landscape of the Klein Karoo's Route 62 - one of the quietest, least travel roads on Earth.
Tags: Travel, South Africa, Destinations, Karoo, Klein Karoo


Tips for Staying at Many Glacier Hotel in Glacier National Park

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Tags: Travel, Montana, Nature, West, United States, Hotel, North America, Destinations, Glacier National Park, National Park adventures


Great Ocean Road Australia: The Greatest Drive Down Under

In Victoria, south Australia, the Great Ocean Road built by former soldiers after WWI, it's a gorgeous drive with views of the ocean and the 12 Apostles.
Tags: Travel, Australia, Victoria, Destinations, Great Ocean Road, Great Ocean Road Australia


22 of the Best Things to Do in Mexico City

Mexico City is often described in foreign media as unsafe and dirty. However, we found this unsavory reputation to be completely unwarranted. One of the best things to do in Mexico City is explore the San Angel Neighborhood Just like any major city around the world, there are areas that should be avoided, but you’ll quickly see that there is much more to Mexico City than the rumors will have you believe. CDMX, or Cuidad de Mexico , is full of unbeatable food, charming tree-shaded ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Mexico, Mexico City, North America, Sonora, Sears, Central America, Latin America, Oaxaca, Destinations, San Juan, Diego Rivera, Teotihuacan, Allianz, Western Hemisphere


Naxos Greece: Where the Gods Went on Vacation

Naxos, Greece dates to the time of the Ancient Greeks. Today the island is green, lush, with temples to visit with spectacular beaches and quaint villages.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Greece, Destinations, Historic Travel, Naxos Greece


How to Mini-Moon in Far North Queensland

Image via Tourism and Events Queensland We shouldn’t say it, but sometimes we secretly think that the honeymoon is the best part of a wedding! Yet with hectic social lives, family to look after and high-powered careers to contend with – let alone the cost on top of the wedding celebrations themselves – we don’t wonder why some couples are forgoing their honeymoon completely or opting for a mini-moon a.k.a. Continue reading How to Mini-Moon in Far North Queensland
Tags: Wedding, Queensland, Destinations, Honeymoons


The Mount Juliet Estate in Ireland & Crafting the Perfect Getaway

After several trips to the Emerald Isle, I have learned that it is shockingly difficult to find a bad hotel or resort. Kindness and warm hospitality are among the many reasons why I love traveling around Ireland, and in the country’s best hotels those are qualities found in abundance. There are though a handful of properties that aren’t just nice, they’re remarkable places to stay and explore. They become part of the destination, part of the adventure and that is certainly the case at the expan...
Tags: Travel, Ireland, Michelin, Jack Nicklaus, Agatha Christie, Destinations, Resting Your Head, Hunter, Carrick, Julie, Kilkenny, Manor House, Mount Juliet, Smithwick, Kilkenny Straddling, St Canice


Algeria: Hard to Get in, But Worth the Trip

Algeria is a hard country to visit, but actually it ranks high for tourism and is the largest country in Africa, visiting Constantine Algiers and Ghardaia
Tags: Travel, Africa, Algeria, Destinations, Womens Travel, Constantine Algiers


Greater Palm Springs: Art, Architecture, and Family Fun

A visit to Greater Palm Springs during Modernism Week with a sampling of the art, the architecture, the nightlife, and the outdoor recreation.
Tags: Travel, California, United States, Palm Springs, Destinations, Greater Palm Springs


Thrilling ATV Adventures – Best Things to do in St. George Utah

“Show them what you’re made of Mum” We were in St. George Utah and Kalyra screamed at me from the back of our ATV as I screamed. I think an oh shit even slipped out of my mouth as I pressed my foot down on the accelerator and roared up the sand dune. Breathing was tight, possibly even held, as that old familiar fear from my youth arrived. It would take my breath and freeze me in the back seat of our car as my nervous mother attempted to drive up the vertical notorious Rampart. As a child it fel...
Tags: Travel, Utah, Usa, Bob, North America, St. George, Wyndham, Vegas, Craig, Destinations, Savannah, ATV, Kalyra, St George Utah, State Park, Wingate


Jamestown St. Helena Island; Your Next Travel Destination?

Jamestown St Helena Island is a remote speck located off the west coast of the African continent, and it offers fishing, hiking, history and great dining.
Tags: Travel, Africa, Destinations, Jamestown St Helena Island


Great American Weekend Getaways: Detroit

Today I’m introducing a new limited-run series all about great weekend getaway destinations around the country that I personally love. The project is done in partnership with Marriott International, continuing a relationship that I’ve had for a long time and deeply value. Even before I started my blog I was an enthusiastic guest of Marriott International properties, so it just makes sense. For the next couple of months I will be highlighting a number of different cities around the U.S. that I t...
Tags: Travel, America, Ford, Delta, Eminem, Andy Warhol, Lincoln, Detroit, Henry Ford, Destinations, Heidelberg, Shinola, Rosa Parks, Westin, Institute, Marriott International


A Visit to Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp for the Boomer Traveler

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Tags: Travel, Georgia, Nature, United States, North America, Destinations, Explore, Off-the-beaten-path travel


Biking the Waterford Greenway & Exploring County Waterford in Ireland

Opening in 2017, the Waterford Greenway is a 28-mile rails-to-trails project that runs from Waterford City to the coastal community of Dungarvan. It’s also a fantastic example of a reclamation project done right. Tracing the old train tracks that used to run through here, the Greenway takes visitors through rolling farmland, over bridges and viaducts and along the coast featuring incredible sea views. I spent the morning biking along the Greenway and not only do I want to share that experience,...
Tags: Travel, Downton Abbey, Ireland, Destinations, County Waterford, Greenway, Garvan, Waterford, Mahony, Mahon, Dungarvan, Waterford City, Waterford Greenway, Exploring County Waterford, Durrow, Garvan Cummins


Exploring Ardmore and the Cliff House Hotel in Ireland

It was late in the afternoon as I navigated the switchback country roads that would take me to Ardmore. At least, I assumed that they would take me to Ardmore. I had a faith in my GPS that is akin to the fanaticism of a 14th century Crusader but, as always, that faith was well placed as I quickly found myself in the small, hilly hamlet of Ardmore. People have lived along the craggy cliffs of Ardmore for a very long time and it is even considered to be the oldest Christian settlement in the coun...
Tags: Travel, Ireland, Michelin, Destinations, Michelin Star, Resting Your Head, Ardmore, County Waterford, Ardmore Bay, Declan, Cliff House, Ardmore People, Cliff House Hotel


A Few Reasons To Love Visiting Waterford, Ireland

The average visitor to Ireland has a lot on their travel to-do list, from Dublin to the Ring of Kerry and the Cliffs of Moher, even further afield to Galway and Donegal. An area of the country that’s starting to creep up on these to–do lists is what’s locally called the Sunny Southeast. Waterford City is Ireland’s oldest city and thanks to the natural beauty surrounding it, the entire region has a lot to interest any type of traveler. Although it has flown quietly under the radar for quite a wh...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Ireland, Dublin, Kerry, Vikings, Galway, Destinations, County Waterford, Greenway, Donegal, Triangle, Waterford, Waterford Ireland, Reginald, Dungarvan


Operating a business jet to the Maldives

Surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and basking in nearly year-round sunshine, the Maldives, a traditionally challenging destination for operators of business jets, is experiencing a surge in investment and infrastructure development in recent years. The number of private jets coming to is expected to continue to grow at 7-10 percent per year, and one or new International Airports are being developed to help accommodate the traffic. The Maldives government is targeting a ...
Tags: Aviation, Customs, Maldives, Destinations, Indian Ocean, Male, Dhoni, North Male Atoll, New Bridge, VRMM, Hulhulé Island, Universal Aviation Maldives, Maldives Civil Aviation, Gan International Airport VRMG, Maldives Airport Company Limited MACL, CIP Lounge Customs


Why You Must Visit Gdansk This Year

Gdansk, Poland. Discovering a riverside city that was destroyed during WWII but today is prosperous and welcoming,
Tags: Travel, Europe, Poland, Destinations, Gdansk Poland


Waterford Castle Hotel: Country Luxury Near the City

I looked down at my phone then back up at the water in front of me, somewhat confused. Google Maps clearly told me to keep driving, but there was a problem. There was a river. Clearly I was still suffering from jet lag, because it took me longer than I’d like to admit that there was also a ferry in front of me, waiting to take me the 60 seconds or so across the river to the island where I’d be spending the night. That was my first introduction to Waterford Castle Hotel, as it is for all guests ...
Tags: Travel, Ireland, Google Maps, Norman, Vikings, Destinations, Resting Your Head, County Waterford, Waterford, Ormond, Waterford City, Waterford Greenway, Waterford Castle Hotel


Rwanda: The Land of a Thousand Hills

Travel to Rwanda for some of Africa's largest biodiversity and home to hundreds of breathtaking species while adventuring throughout the country.
Tags: Travel, Animals, Africa, Rwanda, Destinations, Outdoor Adventure


Climbing in Guatemala – Amatitlan Rock Breakdown

Guest post by Brandon Villatoro (Travel Experta’s son) Amatitlan and Xela are the biggest and most recommended places to rock climb in Guatemala. I will mainly tell you my experience of Amatitlan because I have never been to Xela. But will be going soon, so stayed tuned. Amatitlan is a very big lake (Lake Amatitlan) located south of Guatemala City, about thirty minutes from there. Once you arrive to the spot of the entrance to the rock, it is about a ten minute hike to the first sector. T...
Tags: Travel, Climbing, Guatemala, Central America, Family Travel, Destinations, Guatemala City, Brandon Villatoro, Lake Amatitlan, Amatitlan, Climbing Trips, Amatitlan Rock Breakdown, La Chimenea, Belay Partners Hostel, Guatemala Amatitlan Rock Breakdown


20 Fun and Interesting Things to Do in Los Angeles with Kids

LA is the second biggest city in the USA, and as a visitor it seems like there are endless things to do in Los Angeles with kids! Over the years we’ve been able to visit Los Angeles several times. Firstly solo, then as a couple, and now with our two daughters, Kalyra and Savannah. To be honest we weren’t initially big fans, and it’s taken a while for LA to grow on us. Sometimes you have to visit a place a second or third or even forth time before you can appreciate it. I think it’s because we c...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York, Hollywood, Beyonce, California, Jay Z, La, New York City, US, Los Angeles, Chicago, Katy Perry, House, Connecticut, San Diego


Honeymoon destinations: Why San Francisco needs to be on your list

Image by Tae Fuller There are so many songs about San Francisco, it’s almost a must that you should visit to see what all the fuss is about. And if you’re looking for the perfect honeymoon destination in the US, you can’t go past the city by the bay. I visited San Fran on my honeymoon (hot tip: Don’t call it San Fran – the locals can’t stand it) and it was everything we could have hoped for: ocean breezes, amazing food and a never-ending list of touristy stuff to do. Continue reading Honeymoon d...
Tags: US, San Francisco, Wedding, Destinations, San Fran, Honeymoons, Tae Fuller


Direwolves & Castles: My Game of Thrones Experience in Northern Ireland

When I was planning my return to Ireland with Tourism Ireland, there was one experience I knew that I didn’t want to miss, a day living out my Game of Thrones fantasies in Northern Ireland. I’d seen photos of the special tour for quite a while, but it wasn’t until I found myself in County Down, Northern Ireland when I finally had the chance to participate. Even if you have just a passing interest in Game of Thrones, you’ll want to read on because the experience is about so much more than just a...
Tags: Travel, Hbo, Ireland, Republic Of Ireland, Newcastle, Northern Ireland, Belfast, Thor, Destinations, Jamie, Ward, Odin, Strangford, Winterfell, Carlingford, County Down Northern Ireland


Winter Wonder Lapland in Norway

Winter Wonderland in Lapland, Norway. Bundling up for a minus 20F adventure across the tundra behind a dogsled to experience the wonder of the far north.
Tags: Travel, Norway, Lapland, Destinations, Outdoor Adventure, Lapland Norway


Ops Update: How the New Istanbul Airport will impact business aviation

Istanbul is becoming an increasingly popular and busy destination for business aircraft travel. Historically, Istanbul’s two airports of entry (AOE), Ataturk (LTBA) and Sabiha (LTFJ), are the most popular destinations for international GA. However, recent developments, including the opening of the New Istanbul Airport (LTFM) and ongoing runway construction at LTFJ, have made LTBA the preference for many GA operators. Below is what you need to know about operating a business jet to Istanbul. 1. ...
Tags: Europe, Turkey, Aviation, Istanbul, Destinations, Ga, Turkey Civil Aviation Authority CAA, general aviation GA, LTFJ, AOE Ataturk LTBA, Sabiha LTFJ, LTBA, Customs Immigrations, LTFJ Feedback, New Istanbul Airport, New Istanbul Airport LTFM


England: Bath Without the Madding Crowd

Bath is one of England's most popular tourist destinations, for many good reasons. It's an ancient location for Roman baths and surrounded by other sites.
Tags: Travel, England, Hotels, Destinations