Budget, Destinations

Prague Stop

No Comments 21 July 2014

Beyond the Charles Bridge, below the Prague Castle, and well into locals terrain, the Lennon Wall is an often overlooked tourist attraction in Prague, Czech Republic. On your next visit, be sure to stroll down the riverside to see this spectacle of art as it transforms before your eyes. Since the 1980′s, this wall has […]

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Vaults Guide

Destinations, Events

Visit the Haunted Underground Vaults of Edinburgh

No Comments 18 July 2014

For travelers ready to enjoy a real paranormal experience related to ghosts, the Underground Vaults of Edinburgh are a series of chambers formed in the nineteen arches of the South Bridge that you’ll want to visit. According to the BBC the vaults are “probably the most haunted place in Britain.” And for those in your […]

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Destinations, Ski & Spa, Uncategorized

Visit Bavaria, in New Mexico

1 Comment 17 July 2014

If getting to Bavaria is just too much of a haul, visit Taos, New Mexico, for the next closest thing. Voted Top 10 Mountain Getaways by Mountain Living, The Bavarian Lodge and Restaurant brings German comforts to you, at the base of the Taos ski valley. With the robust European wood furnishings, hand painted ceramic […]

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Visit Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum

No Comments 16 July 2014

The Rijksmuseum has a rich history as a working museum that spans more than 125 years. The current building housing the museum was opened in 1885. When approached from old town, the large building offers and impressive presence resembling a fairytale castle. After more than a century of wear and tear, the huge building has […]

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Destinations, Hotels

Enjoy Old World Charm at the Hotel Stadtkrug Salzburg

1 Comment 14 July 2014

Guests staying at the Stadtkrug Salzburg enjoy peace, fresh air, best wines, small delicacies and enchanting nature from the ¬†roof garden. The garden provides shade and the perfect place to enjoy delicious meals in a romantic setting right on the slopes of the Capuchin mountain in the center of Salzburg, Austria. From this bird’s eye […]

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Budget, Destinations

Ultimate City Tours

No Comments 11 July 2014

If you’re visiting the historical cities of Europe like Prague, Berlin, Amsterdam, London, Jerusalem, and Barcelona, book a FREE walking tour with Dandemans New Europe tours and delight in wonder as the city comes alive¬†right before you. Your guide, an English speaking, often native of the city, will ravish your senses with stories, tales, and […]

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Goldener Girsch

Destinations, Restaurants

Goldener Hirsch Restaurant in Salzburg

No Comments 09 July 2014

The Goldener Hirsch Restaurant on Getreidegasse in Salzburg, Austria, is a well-known eatery that serves traditional Austrian dishes with a modern twist along with American and contemporary cuisine. This AAA Four Diamond restaurant is located in a building that once housed the stables of a historic townhouse and was home to the local blacksmith shop. […]

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Accessories, Budget, Destinations

Cool Maps for Cool Places

No Comments 02 July 2014

Don’t visit Europe without the SpyMap. These ingenious pocket maps are the hippest way to tour a destination city and really get a feel for the way of the locals. Twenty popular European city maps are available, and new ones are being developed each year. Discover table tennis bars in Berlin, the best shoe stores […]

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Destinations, Events, Kids

Universal’s Harry Potter Diagon Alley Opens July 8

1 Comment 26 June 2014

The day Harry Potter fans have been waiting for is just around the corner as Universal Orlando Resort prepares to open its second Harry Potter Park, Wizarding World of Harry Potter-Diagon Alley on July 8. The first Harry Potter park had three rides and boosted park attendance by 50 percent. Now the new park promises […]

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Minute Man

Destinations, Events, Kids

Celebrate Independence Day at Minute Man NHP

No Comments 25 June 2014

Independence Day is just around the corner. The country celebrates with flags and fireworks, but often kids and even some adults forget about how we won our independence. Why not plan a trip to celebrate this rich slice of history by visiting Minute Man National Historic Park. Many people have heard of the minutemen but […]

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