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There’s a great big world out there, and our latest “news you can use” may inspire a trip you never knew you needed. From a new way to enjoy California’s legendary Highway 1 to a convenient tool for booking city-to-city train travel in Europe to NYC’s lesser-known theatrical offerings at a deep discount, this week’s
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Coorg, often referred to as the ‘Scotland of India’, is a stunning hill station in Karnataka endowed with mystic hills and aromatic coffee estates. Madikeri being the headquarters, is also one of the top places to experience Coorg Tourism. This mesmerizing hill station is blessed with several tourist attractions in the form of waterfalls, viewpoints,
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Today’s blog post is brought to you by our US Marketing Executive, Emma Neely, who’s fresh off a Contiki Christmas market tour of Europe! She’s here to bring you the top tips on what to have of taste at when visiting these markets. From drinking warm Glühwein under the twinkling lights of the Christmas tree,
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Photo courtesy of Sophia Richards Guest Post Contributed By: Sophia Richards See your host country through a local’s eye! Avoid exploiting and objectifying a country for its rare cultural practices and tourist destinations by catching unique perspectives when you stray from tourist populated areas. Avoid walking around with your camera You will want to capture
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Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Promise. Considered an integral part of the transaction process in many parts of the world, haggling often throws those of us from lands of fixed prices off-kilter. We walk away from market stands with sweat on our brow, festering feelings of frustration, and
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Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Promise. The Powder Highway (Part 1 & 2): Written by Courtney Bowen at TravelCuts Where and What Is The Powder Highway? Also known as Route 95A, in British Columbia, Canada, the Powder Highway loops between seven ski resorts that are guaranteed to deliver
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Rome is often touted as the place to go in Italy, which is well-deserved thanks to its rich history and mouthwatering food. But there are several other spots throughout the country that give travelers a look at Italy’s dynamic culture. To gear up for 2019, several travel-focused sites rounded up the best places to go
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“B&B” doesn’t always stand for “bed and breakfast” these days. A new generation of American brewers are opening up “bed-and-brews,” around the US, ensuring their guests easy access to superior house beers. Europe is spilling over with taverns—the suds flow downstairs while travelers tuck in for the night upstairs. Although that tradition sailed the Atlantic
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One of the most amazing and thrilling places in the world to live and travel is Hong Kong.  Hong Kong city is so fast moving that many people have compared it with New York. Some also say that a minute in New York is a second in Hong Kong, so just imagine the pace of
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Get ready to say goodbye to packing stress, and say hello to a featherweight backpack, full of stuff you actually need. We asked our Facebook community to tell us which items they absolutely couldn’t live without when traveling. And along with some tips of our own, voilà! we give you — in no particular order — our top packing list essentials.
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Columbia Hillen Graceful seagulls and playful whiskered seals. These are high on my list of fond memories after a short stay at the AC Hotel Belfast. The prized location of this modern, riverside property means guests can enjoy Mother Nature up-close through floor-to-ceiling windows including creatures such as these which offered me amusing entertainment from
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There’s no better guide to a city than someone who lives there, so we asked former mayor Ed Suslovic for his take on culture, food and drink on the town he calls home. When Ed Suslovic moved to Portland, Maine, in 1992, it was like he’d died and gone to heaven, he says. Coming from
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