September 23, 2017

How to Travel Solo as a Woman

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Traveling solo brings challenges from luggage logistics to long-distance navigation. Whether it comes naturally or not, most people could use a few tips when it comes to on-your-own vacations. Solotravelgirl.comís Jennifer Huber has traveled on her own through Afghanistan, Cuba and the United States. Huber took the plunge after realizing how many adventures she was [...]

Looking for Fun Things to Do in Atlanta? Check out These From-the-Field Tips!

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On a networking trip to Georgia, I leisurely strolled through Underground Atlanta Ė a revitalized historical shopping venue Ė sampling pralines, and shopping for such treats as peach syrup and Vidalia onion dressing. Food products are among my favorite frugal souvenirs. While itís possible to spend a fortune, there is in fact a wide variety [...]

Jerash: Cultural Festivities, Roman Architecture and Phenomenal Photo Ops

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Arguably one of the most well-preserved and extensive set of Roman ruins outside of Italy, Jerash is one of the crowning jewels in Jordanís tourism crown.

Israel Offers History, Waterfront Fun, Nature Experiences and Pilgrimage Opportunities

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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Itís no secret to those who know me that Iím a huge fan of Middle East travel. While itís true Iíve spent more time in other countries throughout the region, David and I did have a chance to visit Israel several years ago.