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One day’s mysterious and inaccessible country can turn into the next tourism hot spot tomorrow in this fast-paced world. With modern advancements and familiarization with a destination, mindsets about travel can change within just a few years. Keep these exotic destinations in mind when planning your next or future group trips.   1.) Ecuador Since…

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With brewing traditions dating back to the earliest historical records, Europe remains king of craft beer. Beer aficionados will argue endlessly over their own personal favorite European beer locales, but a few stand out as especially celebrated. Here are six of the best places to drink a beer in Europe that should be included on…

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You’re on your hotel room on your second trip this month. You think back on all the fitness New Years goals you made this year and how frequent travel has continued to derail your carefully constructed plans. Then you see your phone. All you need for a thorough and custom-made exercise and fitness plan lies…

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Sometimes what stands out from a movie most is not the characters or cinematic themes, but the backdrop. After learning that “The Sound of Music” filmed in Salzburg, Austria, I longed to go to the town that seemed so charming when Julie Andrews sang and danced down its streets. On a Sound of Music-themed tour…

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Virtual reality technology isn’t just a Star Trek episode, but a useful tool becoming more and more mainstream by the year. Though currently more of a luxury travel feature, as with most technology, it’s expected to filter down into all types of travel eventually. Stay on top of this rising trend by learning how you…

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You might think that January’s cold drudgeries and brown landscape would be enough to convince someone to daydream their way into taking a vacation. Yet as more Americans work later in life, many group travel planners may find it challenging to convince employed potential travelers to take a break from the office and sign up…

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How do you appease both the beach bum and the avid explorer? An all-inclusive resort in a fascinating destination can pacify all types of travelers. Plus, it gives your more independent boomer travelers the autonomy to choose whether they would like to relax or seek out a memorable adventure. These all-inclusive resorts can function much…

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Even if you never turn on a computer or television screen, just walking through any major retail store will inform you of the upcoming “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” movie. “Star Wars” ice cream, makeup, bathrobes and even oranges line the aisles of shops as part of one of the most successful marketing campaigns ever….

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You finally made it to Australia, a country you’ve wanted to explore your entire life, but the 20-hour flight has left you sick in your bed. This unhappy scenario occurs often for passengers whose bodies can’t handle the hardships of long flights. Between the dehydration, restriction of movement, food temptations and nasty germs at every…

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Eliza Myers

Remember the Moon

Posted by Eliza Myers in Travel Thoughts on November 19, 2015

 
 

“Ga?” My 10-month-old daughter asked her question while pointing up into the sky. I was hurrying to get her inside while carrying a large bag so I quickly glanced up. It was the moon. I forgot it was up there. After really looking hard at the glowing moon with my daughter, I remembered that the…

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