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By: A.Smith
Bob Kelly, a retired insurance salesman, who claims (in his recent article on the GoArticles site) to enjoy “traveling to exotic and interesting trop (read entire article)
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By: Colin Hartness
Carnival Cruise - a perfect holiday Rock and Rolling with C (read entire article)
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By: Lynn Bode
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reinstated a travel alert for Toronto, Canada, because of reports of new possible cases of S (read entire article)
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By: Alain Darbellay GGGems
© 2004 All rights reserved. L'aventure gemmologique des jumeaux suisses. ( Roman ). © 26 juin 1988. L’avion était en a (read entire article)
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By: Steve Gillman
What is the real secret to cheap international travel? It is the same as the secret to doing anything for less. Learn to be an opportunist. Opportunis (read entire article)
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By: Gary Hill
Live your golfing dreams on an Ireland golf vacation. The K Club, Ballybunion, Lahinch, Doonbeg, Druids Glen… the names of the courses may not (read entire article)
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By: Omar Vargas
Traveling the world will take you to many places and in some of them you may even find treasures. But treasures are not always made of gold or diamon (read entire article)
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By: Bobbi Buchanan
Cozumel’s Garden Resort - VillablancaRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FREE with photo (read entire article)
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By: Adam Lenk
The workings of the Panama Canal are a sight to behold whether or not you're a history buff or mechanically inclined. The Panama Canal was completed i (read entire article)
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By: Hooter
Cruising The Columbia River With CruiseWestRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.com (read entire article)
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By: Steve Gillman
International adventure travel: Safaris, balloon tours, swimming with dolphins, bicycling down volcanos, trekking in the Himalayas, Walmart on Chr (read entire article)
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By: David Chandler
Dublin, which is located in Ireland is not only beautiful any time of the year but offers serenity and relaxation. You can visit places such as t (read entire article)
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By: Simon Harris
Dining in the Bahamas always offers the possibility of a grand culinary adventure. This is particularly true in Long Island, where the strong influenc (read entire article)
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By: Kriss Hammond
Desert Luxury at the J.W. Marriott in Las VegasRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comTo read this entire feature FREE with (read entire article)
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By: Greg Bessoni
The Department of Homeland Security and Department of State today announced that the Administration has asked Congress to pass legislation that would (read entire article)
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By: Craig Lock
13. Use HUMOUR. People like to have a bit of fun with the occasional laugh, whilst being informed on a serious subject. At least I believe so! (read entire article)
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By: Nomadrick Chapo
Located in the Andeas, Ecuador is a land of intrigue for travelers. Travel to Ecuador and you can trek the Amazon, climb volcanoes, or loaf on beautif (read entire article)
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By: Kriss Hammond
Cupid Castle Cures – Dromoland Castle, IrelandRead Jetsetters Magazine at www.jetsettersmagazine.comRead this entire feature FREE with photos (read entire article)
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By: Olivia Hughes
In the words of Paul Simon, “I'm going to Graceland, Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee” and now I've been but, in my case, with a travelling companion several decades more than nine years old and a (read entire article)
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By: Rachel Lane
Although a short walk, this section is quite strenuous, so we recommend a good night's sleep the night before.1. Head along the north side of the harbour, taking note of the devastation still visible (read entire article)
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By: Gary Bumpas
The Parador of Alarcon is located about 200 km. southeast of Madrid directly below Cuenca. Twelve hundred years ago, a prince of the Visigoths was out hunting and came upon a rugged and rocky hill alm (read entire article)
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By: Ian Williamson
Ngorongoro Crater is a huge draw for many tourists that embark on a Tanzanian Safari. It is an amazing place to visit. Numbers of tourists have increased with every passing year and because of this (read entire article)
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By: David Wall
Granada is the capital city of the province of Granada, in Andalusia in southern Spain. The population of the city of Granada is over 250,000 and the population of the area is about 500,000. About 3.3 (read entire article)
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By: Linda Vissat
For two days I looked like an "expectant father", but I was female. I shuffled from the ferry, the terminal, and my car, back and forth. On May 6, 2005 my car sat in line jammed between a new, red M (read entire article)
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By: Erik Feder
* Rockefeller Center - look for streets on the West Side that become free at either 6pm or 7pm - like 53rd St. between 8th - 10th Avenues * Times Square/Theatre District - streets in the 40's als (read entire article)
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By: Sheri Rosenthal
Many people have never heard of Bhutan, the country that values Gross National Happiness over Gross National Product! Bhutan is a landlocked little country roughly the size of Switzerland. It is bound (read entire article)
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By: John Brochis
Living in a border town in South Texas has great advantages. People come here to spend the winter months and take advantage of being so close to Mexico. There are many towns along the border, but none (read entire article)
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By: Roger King
To give you an idea of my connection to Carnival and what I would prefer L.A. or any other place to experience, let me begin with the fact that when I began playing mass, "Invaders" steel band did not (read entire article)
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By: Peter Hunter
There is an urban myth that we learn to drive only after we have passed our driving test.The truth is that most of us never do learn.I have been driving for over thirty years without realising that I (read entire article)
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By: Judith Kirk
“When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money.” -- Susan HellerPacking for a vacation or a business trip can be daunting an (read entire article)
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By: Olivia Hughes
Yes, I put my hands up. I admit it. I have an insatiable appetite for looking into other peoples homes.No. I am not a “Peeping Tom”. When I looked up the definition of “Peeping Tom” in my Co (read entire article)
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By: Lopa Bhattacharya
“Sujalang Sufalang Malayaja Sheetalang Shashyashyamalang Mataram, Bande Mataram.”The magical surroundings of our dear motherland India, consisting of the glorious seas and Bays, the desolate deser (read entire article)
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By: David Woody
Situated in the centre of the country, Madrid is the capital. It is a city of over 3 million people and a crossroads for rail, road and air travel. Its altitude of 660 meters gives rise to a classic t (read entire article)
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By: Cassandra Ingraham
The travel Industry is a multibillion dollar Industry and is growing significantly each year. In the past the Travel Suppliers would sell their travel packages to the travel agency and the travel ag (read entire article)
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By: Richard Chapo
When people think of Holland, Amsterdam is usually the first place that comes to mind. Shockingly, places like Rotterdam and The Hague prove there is more to the country. Really!RotterdamA traveler is (read entire article)
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By: Brittany Stephen
The other day I had a client write me to thank me for helping her plan her safari, she had a wonderful experience. "But", she wrote, "I would have loved to have been informed to bring pencils and can (read entire article)
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By: Ian Williamson
The Selous game reserve is massive; roughly the same size as Belgium; this Park is huge and wild. It has much to offer and although it has been rarely visited in the past in recent years visitors to (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Pacher
Sustainable travel has been an issue I have been interested in for a while now and through G.A.P Adventures, the sponsor of the grand prize for our soon to be launched Travel Story Contest, I was able (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Pacher
Scott contacted me about a week ago after having come across this website. We realized that we shared a lot of common philosophies and emails started flying back and forth furiously, capped off by a v (read entire article)
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By: Jennifer Schilling
Switzerland is a small, landlocked country in the heart of Europe. It has a strategic location at the crossroads of Central Europe with many easily traversable passes for outdoor enthusiasts. Swit (read entire article)
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By: Susanne Pacher
When I first met Mary Jane at the recent Canadian-US Servas Conference in Vancouver, her youthful radiance struck me. I thought she might be in her early fifties, and then she revealed that she is 70! (read entire article)
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By: Robert Sullivan
For Americans with an Irish grandparent, it's still fairly easy. Here's exactly how to do it.Several European countries, including Ireland, have recently tightened some of their rules on citizenship. (read entire article)
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By: Richard Chapo
Sihanoukville is a sleepy beach town in Cambodia on the Gulf of Thailand. In December, the beach is a great place to watch Mother Nature do her thing in spectacular fashion.SihanoukvilleNamed after a (read entire article)
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By: Ian Williamson
All Kilimanjaro treks are challenging and a good level of fitness is required for a successful climb. The Marangu Route is a tough walking trip but within the limits of a fit individual used to hill w (read entire article)
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By: Manuela Pop
Embarking on a Holy AdventureI had a strong grip on the seat in front of mine. I could have felt my stomach shrinking in fear and moving upward, toward my chest."Ladies and gentlemen, we are experienc (read entire article)
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By: Ian Williamson
Machame route to the summit of Kilimanjaro is very special; it gives you a chance to really get to know this extraordinary mountain. The huts for this route are in a very poor state of repair and are (read entire article)
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By: Richard Chapo
In this continuing series, we cover my move from San Diego to Chita, Siberia to be a professor at Chita State Technical University. We pick up the story outside the airport in Khabarovsk, Russia.Khaba (read entire article)
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By: Lance Winslow
Boeing announced it is now offering a 777 Airliner in a Cargo Configuration. This will make it the largest twin-engine cargo plane in the world. Since the Boeing 777 is has one of the best fuel effici (read entire article)
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By: Gareth Powell
I am sitting on a low wooden bench in the railway station of Ciudad Juarez. There is very little to keep me company except for the flies. The ticket office is shut. I have been traveling almost non-st (read entire article)
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By: Marcus Hochstadt
What the Museum Island means to the UNESCO, is the Erotic Museum for adults. But let's see what (else) amazingly we will discover today.X. Erotik MuseumThis "museum" lies on the corner of the seediest (read entire article)
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