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Pairing artistic treasures in Florence with wining and dining
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Pairing artistic treasures in Florence with wining and dining

Written by, Federico Morelli, Contributing Writer If you are planning a visit to Tuscany, you will be mesmerized by the region’s alluring undulating landscapes, splendid vineyards views, comprehensive wine tasting, and exciting gastronomic adventures. But a few days in Florence will be the cherry on the cake of your Italian holiday. There’s hardly any other…

A New Yorker’s Year Round Guide to the Big Apple
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A New Yorker’s Year Round Guide to the Big Apple

Your guide to the best and worst things to do in New York during all four seasons of the year…according to a local. By, Contributing Writer, Gilad Gamliel the author of Anxious & Abroad As a born and bred New Yorker, one of my absolute favorite things about NYC is its seasons. We don’t have…

The Best Places to Visit in Southern France for Wine Lovers
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The Best Places to Visit in Southern France for Wine Lovers

By Barbara Mazz, Contributing Writer Near the borders of Spain, Italy, and along the Mediterranean Sea is the beautiful South of France.  Lovingly referred to by the locals as le Midi, The South of France is one of the top tourist destinations for wine lovers—and for a good reason. Both red and white wine lovers…

A Travelers Guide to Understanding the Italian Wine Classifications
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A Travelers Guide to Understanding the Italian Wine Classifications

Traveling to Italy? This guide helps to explain the Italian wine classifications so you can find the right wines for your pallet. By Alice Ross, contributing writer Italy is known for a lot of things, from the interesting Roman Empire history and the ruins to the stunning landscape and the pristine coasts along the Mediterranean,…

The Best Australian Wine Regions to Visit
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The Best Australian Wine Regions to Visit

By Irene Seah, guest writer Australian wines have a strong international presence for a reason – they’re good! Australia ranks sixth in the world’s wine production, producing more than 770 million litres of wine annually. But, it’s not just about the quantity, it’s the quality of Australian wines that make the country a destination for…

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Winter is Coming! Top 6 Things to Do in Winter in Toronto

By Contributing Writer, Louise Brown For most people, winter may not be the ideal time to visit Toronto especially if you’re not used to the cold. Canada in general is a cold place and the temperatures can be unforgiving for newbies. However, in Toronto, there are still many things you can do. It may require…

Top 10 Things to Do in the Cayman Islands with Kids
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Top 10 Things to Do in the Cayman Islands with Kids

By Marie Nieves, guest contributor The Cayman Islands are rich in natural wonders, diverse wildlife, lovely beaches and exciting activities that will make your family vacation relaxing, thrilling and educational. When you travel with kids, one thing is sure – unpredictability. No matter how well you’ve planned your vacation, who knows where your kids will…

Incredible fishing and camping adventures…in the state of New York?!?
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Incredible fishing and camping adventures…in the state of New York?!?

By Iben Ayad, Founder of Outdoor Times When people think of New York many automatically think of skyscrapers and crowded city streets. There is a lot more to New York including some of the most beautiful and wide open spaces. That is the very reason why so many visit this states many campgrounds each year…

Lunch or Happy Hour with a View? The Best Rooftop Bars in Denver.
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Lunch or Happy Hour with a View? The Best Rooftop Bars in Denver.

By Hans Ebenman, Contributing Writer Visiting Denver soon? Looking for some rooftop bars and restaurants with amazing views of the Rocky Mountains?  The Rooftop Guide has rounded-up the best rooftop bars from all over the world, including Denver. Here’s our list of the best rooftop bars in Denver. Los Chingones Mexican food, cozy atmosphere, might…

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Four Great Reasons To Travel Internationally With Your Kids

By Chris Price, Contributing Writer When it comes to traveling, many couples would rather leave the kids at home than drag them along for the ride. There are some pretty good reasons to leave children with grandparents or other trusted family members or friends when traveling. These include reduced expenses and some nice alone time…

New Orleans Most Haunted
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New Orleans Most Haunted

New Orleans creepiest places to catch the paranormal By: Guest Blogger, Allison Michelle Dienstman As the home of Jazz, Cajun food, and the yearly Mardis Gras celebration, New Orleans has a special place in American culture. Yet aside from these well-known customs, The Big Easy has also become notorious for legends of the paranormal. While…

Grand Canyon Fun Facts…Clark Griswold Style
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Grand Canyon Fun Facts…Clark Griswold Style

Welcome to the second article in Carpe Travel’s Grand Canyon series by Janalee Card Chmel. Over the next few months Janalee will be sharing a series of articles covering everything from booking campsites in the Grand Canyon to family friendly activities to Grand Canyon fun facts, to packing lists and more. Grand Canyon Fun Facts…Clark…

6 Safety Tips for the Solo Traveler
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6 Safety Tips for the Solo Traveler

By Kayla Matthews Bad travel experiences range from minor inconveniences to terrible situations. Missing your flight or spending too much money is a minor inconvenience. Being kidnapped, robbed or jailed in a foreign country? Way more serious. Basic safety precautions can help you eliminate yourself as an easy target. Preparation can reduce the chance of…