There is more to the Adriatic region of Italy than just Venice. Join Jenn Miller for a tour down the coast of the Adriatic Sea and discover five stops on the Italian side that don't rate highly in the guidebooks but are not to be missed, nonetheless.
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While popular tourist magnets, such as Australia or New Zealand, excel at self promotion, other equally deserving destinations fare less well in the image stakes; they may be a little of the beaten track, have suffered from poor leadership, or simply...
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The first couple weeks of each new year start with grandiose visions.
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THINK you've seen it all during your travels? Well if you haven't been here you're missing out. Majorly.
Lake of the Clouds.
I live in Japan, but barely speak Japanese. I can't help you with verb conjugation or passing the JLPT. But I have managed to eat! Restaurants in Japan are a culinary and cultural adventure. Knowing how to act is crucial to speaking the language. The...
With a close neighbour like Venice it is hard not to be overshadowed, but Padua (Padova) is a beauty in its own right. Here are 5 reasons to visit Padua.
I took a walk around Kabukicho, Shinjuku in the evening. Shinjuku Station is always packed with people coming and going, and the kabukicho area picks up a lot of traffic from people going to restaurants, clubs, love hotels and more.
By Matthew Kepnes Think you don't have enough money to travel? Think again. Travel guru Matt Kepnes puts that myth to rest with this guide to traveling on little (or no) money.[[MORE]] I recently...