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Roman Baths vs. Baths of Diocletian – Which Is The Hotter Spot To Visit?

Europe’s culture and history is one of many things visitors find appealing. Oftentimes, popular attractions draw large crowds. But, what if two similar attractions in two different countries offered two opposite experiences? How would you know which one offered more of an authentic experience?

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10 Reasons Why I Prefer To Travel By Train

Traveling by train is an incredible method of transportation.  Sure, it may be a bit slower, but what is wrong with slowing down in life once in awhile?  While not as dominant in the United States, this is a preferred method elsewhere.  If you are not a fan of airports and airplanes or the thought …

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Essential Rome: The Best Spots for a Historic Visit to the Eternal City

Rome –  city of history, romance, and food.  Rome is quite possibly one of the most sought after cities in Europe where locals, tourists, and even religious pilgrims fill the streets and piazzas.  I visited this city as a teenager many years ago (20 to be exact) and was in awe of all there was …

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Quarterly Travel Roundup – Third Quarter 2017

Another quarter has come to an end, so it’s time for a roundup of our travel activities highlighting things that haven’t made it onto the blog yet!  These posts offer glimpses of our travel happenings every quarter.  I must say the third quarter of 2017 was very uneventful in terms of our travel activities.  In …

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What It’s Like To Stay In An Italian Convent As Your Travel Accommodation

When traveling, two of the most expensive parts of a journey are getting to where you’re going and staying where you’re at.  Some hotels can have hefty price tags and hostels aren’t for everyone.  If you are looking for an off the wall place to stay that is super clean, safe, incredibly welcoming, and an …

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Quarterly Travel Roundup – First Quarter 2017

In the spirit of a new year, I’ve decided to start doing quarterly “roundups” of our travel activities.  Oftentimes, there are things going on behind the scenes and sometimes our actual experiences don’t make it into an official blog post for many months due to the nature of my schedule.  These posts will offer glimpses of our travel happenings …

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Sustainable Tourism In Pompeii, Italy

Pompeii has become a major tourist destination, receiving an average of 2.5 million visitors per year. While fewer buildings are open for viewing today than several decades ago, many portions of the city are the center of tourism activities.  As a result, Pompeii is suffering from the impacts caused by mass tourism.

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