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Associated Press Whole tuna are inspected at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. The biggest fish market in the world, it draws many tourists. Related If you go Tsukiji Fish Market For visitors it’s first come, first served, daily, with … Continue reading
36 Hours in Cancún, Mexico Adriana Zehbrauskas for The New York Times Clockwise from top left: Fenix Lounge, Qubano, Barezzito Live, Isla Mujeres, Nichupte Lagoon. Center: Barlito. More Photos » By BETH GREENFIELD Published: November 8, 2012 via travel.nytimes.com It’s … Continue reading
36 Hours in Dubrovnik, Croatia Ziyah Gafic for The New York Times Clockwise from top left: entrance to Modni Kantun, War Photo Limited, Nishta and views of the Old Town. Center: D’Vino. More Photos » via travel.nytimes.com Dubrovnik is beautiful. … Continue reading
5 ways to stay healthy while traveling abroad By Jacque Wilson, CNN updated 4:12 AM EDT, Thu September 13, 2012 Leave room in your luggage for some important medical documents and supplies. via cnn.com Great tips on how to stay … Continue reading
Six reasons to explore Copenhagen By Anthea Gerrie, Special to CNN updated 6:49 PM EDT, Tue September 18, 2012 Copenhagen’s colorful waterfront is just the beginning of the Danish capital’s allure. Vaernedamsvej is a small street in Vesterbro and Frederiksberg … Continue reading
The 62-foot gulet, Timer, catches the wind on its cruise of Greece’s Dodecanese Islands. The boats allow access to even the smallest islands. (Amanda Jones) via chicagotribune.com Would love to go sail the Greek Islands at my own pace. Just … Continue reading
36 Hours in Galway, Ireland via travel.nytimes.com A great article to help you fit in a short trip outside of Dublin to Galway. Loved it when I visited two years ago. Aran Islands was definitely a highlight as well.
Started in St. Petersburg, stopped in Novgorod, then to Moscow, and finally Velikie Luki.
When it comes to tipping, beware of the words: “for your convenience.” If you see them on your final bill, you might want to take a closer look. While you’re at it, whip out your calculator to run your own … Continue reading