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When I talk about travel in Europe, most folks think about history — stately castles, museums filled with classic art work, walled cities, small villages with cobblestone lanes and sites such as the Colosseum in Rome. Many people don’t connect Europe with…
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Ireland is one of my favorite countries. It’s magical and mystical. It’s so green it makes your eyes hurt. And it is meant to be explored slowly along rural roads that are not quite 2 lanes wide. This is where you truly see Ireland — where you experience…
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Welcome back to Charming Places — a series in which I talk about the places I stay. From B&B’s, hotels and guesthouses to apartments and farm stays, I’ll give my honest thoughts on these spaces. I’ve found that the accommodation I choose to stay often…
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Getting sick while you’re traveling totally sucks. Or perhaps you’ve gotten sick as soon as you’ve come home from a fabulous trip. Both of these have happened to me. And I hate being sick. So I thought I’d share a few quick tips with you for staying…
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I just finished listening to a podcast on Location Indie. Location Indie is run by 2 guys, Travis and Jason. They teach people how to be location independent with their business. But they also talk about travel. And on this episode they talked about their…
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A year ago I began to think about walking the 96 mile West Highland Way in Scotland. I’d read about it. I’d seen photos of it. And I knew it would be a good introduction for long distance trails for me. Having done my fair share of hiking in Colorado and…
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Should you visit Stonehenge with its large stones that you’ve seen in hundreds of photos? Or should you visit Avebury with its stones scattered about the fields? It’s a dilemma if you only have time to visit one. If you have the time and ancient stone…
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Welcome back to Charming Places — a series in which I talk about the places I stay. From B&B’s, hotels and guesthouses to apartments and farm stays, I’ll give my honest thoughts on these spaces. I’ve found that the accommodation I choose to stay often…
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Dunfanaghy, Ireland — way up in the northern part of County Donegal — is a place I fell head over heels in love with. I’ve sung this town’s praises gushing about my perfect days in the area. And I’ve babbled on about the kindness of the people. So now I…
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Have you walked on history? Not through it or around it — But ON it. Think about this for a moment. Have you been somewhere where people – 100, 500 or even 1000 years ago — walked on the same surface you were walking on? I have. And it’s mind-blowing!  …
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