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Turin Steps Up As A Destination City
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Turin Steps Up As A Destination City

Earlier this month Turin, Italy, went off. The red carpet was rolled out for the Italian president, fireworks were lit, two museums opened, and a portion of new metro started rolling. All that was just […]

Barcelona Food: Worth Waiting Up Late To Eat
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Barcelona Food: Worth Waiting Up Late To Eat

Is it me or do you notice how there seems to be an onslaught of articles published about a destination you’re traveling to just before you go? I understand, this is completely unscientific, irrational, and […]

Video: In Honor Of St. Patrick’s Day
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Video: In Honor Of St. Patrick’s Day

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day today, I thought I’d dust off an oldie but goodie: my Dublin travel video. In this video I basically roam around the Guiness Storehouse, but in Part Two, I […]

Go East Young Traveler (Europe That Is)
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Go East Young Traveler (Europe That Is)

Now that it’s already March, it’s that time of year when travelers enter those glorious early stages of summer travel planning. For those of you looking to Europe this summer, Lonely Planet recently put together […]

A Bike Community Grows In Albania
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A Bike Community Grows In Albania

Rule of the Road In Tirana, Albania, cars are king. Pedaling my bike among dense vehicular traffic in this small country in the western Balkans, I switched into warrior mode. I was vastly outnumbered. It […]

Why Norway Rocks
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Why Norway Rocks

I’ve been proudly aware of my Norwegian-ism since my third grade family tree project. Apparently whoever greeted my great-grandfather at Ellis Island was in too much of a hurry to ask the spelling of my […]

The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain
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The Conquest Of Tarifa, Spain

By Robin Graham In the year 711, Tariq Ibn Ziyad — a Berber general — landed near the southern tip of Spain with 7,000 men, at the burning edge of the wildfire that was the […]

Rome By The Glass
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Rome By The Glass

By Jude Polotan Poor Giordano Bruno. Ten years before Galileo would take the same stance, this former Dominican friar had the temerity to assert that the sun and not the Earth was the center of […]

The Vineyards Of Sardinia
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The Vineyards Of Sardinia

As a wine enthusiast I wait anxiously for autumn to arrive. The crisp, pleasant weather slowly transforms the landscape into a magnificent palette of auburn, jade, and gold, and ripens the vines to picking perfection. […]

The Badass European 4WD Camping Rig Festival (Or Something Like That)
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The Badass European 4WD Camping Rig Festival (Or Something Like That)

Spurred on by this month’s photo contest of “Adventure Travel” (check it out here), I was curiously flipping through the virtual pages of  The Adventure Life magazine when I came across a photo essay on […]



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