Explore the Monastic Island of Reichenau

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Germany

For more than 1000 years, the island of Reichenau was closely intertwined with monastic lifestyle. In fact, the island is more renowned worldwide for its monasteries than for anything else.

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Best Burger Joints in Vegas

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Las Vegas, Nevada

Make a visit to the city and you will never again look at burgers with disdain. They are an American delicacy that will stay on the food joints for the years to come no matter how much health experts argue against them.

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Top 5 Up and Coming Destination Countries in Africa

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Africa

Africa has lately been a very attractive place for the holiday makers. It has several things going for it such as good climate, diverse wildlife and affordability. With the growth of infrastructure in the hospitality industry, the holiday package that is unraveling in this continent is hard to resist even among the most cynical people about Africa.

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Top Travel Attractions in Paris

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Paris, France

For more than two millennia, Paris has commanded respect and awe among the Europeans. In fact, by the 12th century, the city had already become a walled religious, cultural and learning center. It was the world's largest city until around 18th century.

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Our Agent Craig Explores China with Air Canada

Posted by Liz in China

One of our agents Craig was invited by Air Canada to go on a FAM (Familiarization) trip to China for 8 days visiting the Fujian province ...

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Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Japan

The most prominent of the Nara monuments is the palace that is located on the northern end of Central Avenue on a 120 hectares piece of land. The palace was not only the imperial family residence, but was also used for political and religious ceremonies.

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Explore the Ancient Polish City of Zamość

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Poland

Zamosc is a Polish town that follows the renaissance theme that was very popular in the late 16th century. It still retains its layout and fortifications. A large percentage of the buildings found within the town center dates back to the 16th century.

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Ilulissat Icefjord in Denmark you gotta go here

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Denmark

The Ilulissat Icefjord occupies an area of 40,240 hectares on the west coast of Greenland, about 250 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. It is located on the mouth of the Sermeq Kujalleq, one of the few Glaciers by which the Greenland ice cap reaches the sea.

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5 Beaches in Brazil You Need to Check Out

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Brazil

Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro - Most Rio de Janeiro residents will come to the beach during the weekends for a tanning session. It is one of the most urbanized beaches in the world, but it is still the top beach in Brazil based by the number of people it hosts every weekend.

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Historic Town of Sukhothai and Associated Historic Towns

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Thailand

The first Siamese architectural marvel can be demonstrated by the 3.38 square kilometers Historic Park of Sukhothai. The town of Sukhothai is located in the present day Thailand and consist of 3 closely associated ancient towns.

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Top 5 Safari Adventures in Kenya

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Kenya

I recognize that the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is the African Continent top jungle safari destination, however, today; we explore other safari adventure locations within Kenya that are equally intriguing or more intriguing than Maasai Mara National Reserve.

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Five Reasons to Take A Train Ride This Summer

Posted by Liz in British Columbia

With the summer travel season just around the bend, Rocky Mountaineer has compiled a list of the top five 5 experiences only a rail ride ...

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