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Wide lens Mountain View; brown grass and some stepped in snow below followed by an array of green pine trees and than green covered mountains in the distance with a blue sky behind it. There is one small wooden sign noting the location.
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A Day Trip to Andorra: Is it Worth Visiting?

Up until a few months ago, I had never even heard of the country of Andorra. It wasn’t until I ran a quick Google search on “day trips from Barcelona” that I discovered the sixth smallest nation in Europe that sat on the border of Spain and France.

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Watkins Glen State Park in Photos

South of Seneca Lake in New York State’s Finger Lake region lies Watkins Glen State Park. The park is approximately 778 acres and has been noted in several publications as “One of the most beautiful places to visit” and a “must-see when visiting Upstate New York”.

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‘Street’ Art of Animal Kingdom’s Harambe Village

The banging of drums sounds from one end of the village to the other. The thick, humid air smells of boerewors and curry. A few steps away stands the entrance to the Harambe Wildlife Reserve, where you just came within yards of lions, warthogs, and as many as thirty different types of wild animals. The signs on the walls, some in Swahili, seem to say “Welcome to East Africa.” 

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The Benefits of Booking with a Travel Agent

Whenever I mention working for a travel agency, nine times out of ten I’ll receive a confused look followed by “people still use travel agents?” For some reason, the rise in technology and convenient online booking services like Expedia and Booking.com have led people to assume that travel agents are obsolete.

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A First-Timer’s Guide to A Day at Old Orchard Beach

Old Orchard Beach has gone through various transitions throughout its long history, at one point being home to a racetrack, the area of which was purchased in 1952; and even spent five years as the home to an Animal Fair. But many parts of its historic past still remain: Pier Fries has been feeding visitors for almost a century, and the Old Orchard Beach Pier has been a hangout for beachgoers since 1898!