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  1. Old Mill

    The Old Mill: Egremont, MA

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    The Old Mill has been a top rated restaurant in The Berkshires for over 30 years. The rustic simplistic elegance is exactly what you would expect from Chef-Owner Terry Moore. There is a contemporary New England cuisine here with so many special chef touches.

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  2. The Sunset Motel: Brevard, North Carolina

    The Sunset Motel: Brevard, North Carolina

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    I have such fond recollections of traveling with my parents as a child and staying in motels on our summer vacation travels. Sadly, those establishments have all but vanished and we are left with high rise properties. Don't get me wrong, I love to crawl in those plush beds and have the amenities, but sometimes, I long for the feel of the bygone era. Well, fear not, there are a few nostalgic places left and here's one that I think you will love. Not only is it in a wonderful location, but it will bring back a lot of memories.

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  3. Berlin: Destination with a Purpose

    Berlin: Destination with a Purpose

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    It’s not usually atop most travelers’ wish or bucket lists. It’s not a place to go and relax, refresh, recharge and enjoy a vacation there.


    No, Berlin is a destination, and usually with a purpose.

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  4. Train singer (Photo by Audrey Medina)

    Rolling through the Redwoods—Fort Bragg, California

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    The station in Fort Bragg is crowded with excited families, couples, a Boy Scout troop, and gangs of friends. As we climb aboard the Skunk Train, I take a window seat in one of the restored passenger cars. We’re on our way up the Noyo River, and deep into the redwoods.

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  5. Gluten-free pizza

    Traveling and Eating Gluten Free

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    A gluten free diet is a very important, crucial part of our time and people's lives. It is so important for travelers to know where they can eat as they travel on this diet. I am not an expert on this and you should always ask as many questions as you need to for your dining experience. There can be cross contamination with the ingredients and other concerns. Many of the restaurants below are in airport terminals. A great tip is to bring your own items such as buns, muffins, chips, and treats for the airport and airplane. I do that myself, being on a regular diet. 

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    Munich – City of Lifestyle

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    Munich is the largest city in the Bavarian state of Germany.  It ranks as the third largest city followed by Berlin and Hamburg.    Of all the cities in Germany, I find Munich to be the most “tour-friendly” since I can just walk or bicycle myself around town.  Street maps are an easy read though always on a first visit to any international destination, I enjoy taking the “hop on hop off” bus tour to get a true overview of the city and mark those destinations that I wish to return to explore further.

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  7. Hamburg, Germany

    Hamburg, Germany – Venice of Northern Europe

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    I love Hamburg in the summer and even in the winter when it is ice cold!  It is a beautiful city, and I often just take the” hop on hop off bus” which guides you through the hidden hills and magnificent countryside, with breathtaking views overlooking the canals and famous city port. Truly, it should be called a sister city to Stockholm, Amsterdam and Bruges with its lattice of canals running throughout the city –hence its’ name – Venice of Northern Europe!

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  8. Steak Hoagie

    Sonny’s Famous Steak Hogies: Hollywood,Florida

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    This is one of those family treasures you find as you travel the world. I grew up in California and never knew what a hogie was until I moved to New York. I never really had any interest in them until I tried this place. Guess what - I am now craving them! 

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  9. Gabrielle's

    Gabrielle’s: Centerbrook, Connecticut

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    Mauricio, Joseph and Chef Jason have combined their talents and passions into this contemporary bistro that offers fresh and fabulous food! They love locally grown ingredients and also use an international influence.

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  10. On the road to French Lick

    French Lick, Indiana – Group Visits the Famous Hangouts of the Chicago Mobs

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    Rod, Kathy, Charlie, Patsy, Chuck, and Jeff enjoyed a perfect (beyond perfect actually) October day driving through the southern Indiana countryside to the past hangouts of the Chicago Mobs, Presidents, Actors, Actresses, and the wealthy.  The weather was unseasonably warm, starting in the upper 60’s and ending, believe it or not, over 90 degrees.  There wasn’t a cloud in sight. 

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  11. The Value of Using Tourism Cards in Europe

    The Value of Using Tourism Cards in Europe

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    Berlin, Germany, 02/21/2017 - Online moving platform Movinga.com have produced a study, in cooperation with package holiday specialists TravelBird.nl , presenting the savings associated with tourist travel tickets within cities as opposed to purchasing tickets individually. Movinga carried out the research after releasing their 2017 Relocation Price Index which detailed, in part, local costs of public transportation. They then teamed up with TravelBird to expand on this study. Since most tourist passes contain all-inclusive public transport cards as well as discounts on museums and activities, the companies wanted to investigate the value of these convenience deals. TravelBird and Movinga hope the study will empower tourists to think critically about ticket options and will offer a method of calculating potential savings for popular vacation destinations.

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