"Travel" Blogs & Blog Posts

My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.

My 780km Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk .This blog is a journal of my j...

 
Kiwis Can FlyKiwis Can Fly

Travel/Photography Blog

 
beauty parlerbeauty parler

A blog about beauty products, fashion and a little bit of travel thrown in ...

 
Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & PodcastTips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Blog & Podcast

Gary Bembridge's Tips For Travellers: The Global Travel Destination Bl...

 
transient travelstransient travels

for me, transient travels is meant to satisfy the constant itch to get on a...

 
Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
French Kitchen in AmericaFrench Kitchen in America

A chef's daughter dishes on family, food and France.

 


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If you’re considering traveling by train in the month of September, you’re going to want to book your tickets now. Starting today (Aug. 16) and ending tomorrow, select routes on Amtrak are 50 percent off for nationwide travel between Sept. 1 and...

The big takeaway from this week’s Co-Op is that the best airline credit card for you will depend largely on the airport you fly out of most. Live in Houston? You’ll probably want to start your search with a United or Southwest card. Atlanta? Go f...

Remember the time you dabbled in high school French, only to retain the lyrics of Lady Marmalade? It's not your fault. Or at least not 100 percent your fault. (After all, you could have studied harder.) The old school method of teaching languages thr...

There’s nothing like the feeling of finally arriving at your hotel after a long day of travel, swiping the key card, and getting into your room. But before you sprawl out on the bed or unpack your suitcase, you might want to do a quick sweep of the...

What happens when you dial 911 abroad? Depending on where you are, it’ll either put you in touch with a local emergency response team or remain unanswered, which is the last thing you need in a crisis.Read more...

I am addicted to Thinkpads in large part because of the trackpoint (AKA "The Nipple") -- the little wiggly joystickbetween the G, H and B keys that allows me to control fine mouse-movements without bending my hand into the RSI-inducing trackpad posit...