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Samuel Garza
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Allowing the world to conquer me one photo at a time.
Allowing the world to conquer me one photo at a time.

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Travel Security Tips           Petty crimes against tourists are the most ubiquitous forms of illegal behavior around the world. No major urban area is safe from them. Even though they are costly and common, exceeding millions of dollars and euros and…
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Traveler’s Spotlight   By Amy Arden     Fourth of July: think picnics, hot dogs, fireworks. Main Street parades and flags in the breeze. A tradition that rolls into the American calendar as easily as Black Friday shopping and summer road trips. Of course,…
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Traveler’s Spotlight   Where to Stay Hotel Cap Diamant   Hotel Cap Diamond is located on 39, Avenue Sainte-Genevieve, Quebec QC G1R 4B3.  This intimate boutique style hotel is perfect for travelers seeking privacy and amazing customer service.  I felt…
Christmas in Quebec City
Christmas in Quebec City
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Travel Security           By Jim Sutton   Thinking about the intersection between travel and security is nothing new. A 2011 column (http://www.tourismandmore.com/tidbits/tourism-in-a-world-of-technology/ ) on the topic asked: “How does it draw the line…
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Traveler’s Spotlight   Describing Pittsburgh, PA as magical would likely be a stretch of the imagination for most people. But I grew up in western Pennsylvania, often within sight of cows and cornfields, and whenever I left the farmland behind and entered…
Pittsburgh: When Home Isn’t Home
Pittsburgh: When Home Isn’t Home
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Traveler’s Spotlight   Nestled along the St Lawrence River is the world’s most famous winter slide.  It sits in front of the famous Chateau Frontenac and is visited and photographed by millions of visitors each year. The desent was much faster than I…
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PodCast I’m happy to have Robert Palmer, a United Nations Consultant speak with us on WTT’s Podcast.  Robert is a personal friend and former colleague.  Robert and I met at the University of Kent at Canterbury while we were both earning our MA in…
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Traveler’s Spotlight         Amy Arden There was no rain when I stepped off the plane in Seattle, WA. Aside from a brief morning shower, the skies stayed dry and sunny for the remainder of my visit. My umbrella never emerged from my luggage. That was…
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Europe         I traveled from Madrid to Caceres, which was my first trip to the Extremadura region of Spain. My friends in Madrid told me that visiting Extremadura is the perfect place to see old Spain. Like many areas of Spain, there have been…
The Medieval Streets of Cáceres
The Medieval Streets of Cáceres
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Travel Security           An increasing number of Americans are fortunate enough to combine work related trips with brief vacation stints or getaways. This opportunity of combining work and pleasure, is great if we keep in mind how to avoid…
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