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Best 100 Travel Blog Sites #1

Friday, October 30th, 2009

These blogs are so fundamental for vacationers that they defy categorization. If you’re planning on globetrotting, start your reading with these valuable sites.

Realtravel.com Realtravel.com hosts a huge collection of travel blogs for almost any place in the whole world. Plan cruises, family vacations or a romantic honeymoon using the tools on this site.
travelblog.org Travelblog.org allows [...]

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More of the Best Niche Travel Blogs and Sites

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

These are some of the most recent travel blogs and sites you have sent to our attention for review. We believe they are all worthy for further exposure and should immediately be passed on with our approval! You will defintely learn more about the wonderful world of travel through each site and likely be entertained. Check them [...]

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Top 50 Web 2.0 Travel Tools and Tips

Sunday, October 25th, 2009

Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway with your significant other or a less-than-exciting business trip, there’s a pretty good chance that you used the Internet to help make travel arrangements. Travel tools on the Web have continued to evolve, taking in all that Web 2.0 has to offer, and enhancing the ability to share information, work creatively [...]

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Travel Answer Man Interview

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Check out the interview about travelanswerman.com recently given to Wandering Educators.com. They are an eclectic group of global and traveling educators, bent on sharing their passion for travel with like-minded individuals.
You know who has the best advice and tips for travelers? Someone who has traveled a great deal! I’ve found an excellent resource for travel answers, from a seasoned [...]

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I See You Have A Ticket, But Is That Your Name?

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

The New York Times
I WOULD rather be whacked upside the head with a baseball bat than make a trip to either the state motor vehicle department or the federal passport office.


Chris Gash

But I see a potential problem coming up that may require such a trip. A new federal initiative called Secure Flight requires [...]

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Where Travel Writers Pay to Stay

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

 We recently came across this great reference article from some of the top travel writers in the world. Pay close attention to their suggestions as they share “insider” knowledge about some of their favorite hotels and lodging. Remember, they are the experts in their chosen field. Follow their future articles for more helpful advice.
Where do travel writers [...]

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Napa Valley Wine Train

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

 You can enjoy the breathtaking Napa Valley by tasting varieties of renowned wines by traveling in the Napa Valley Wine Train. At the McKinstry Street Station in Napa, the train beings its journey. It is a three hours train trip through the beautiful wine country of the Napa Valley to the outlandish St. Helena village [...]

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Best Travel Tips for Packing

Sunday, October 18th, 2009

Heavy luggage often turns out to be a menace when you are caught in a dilemma of what to carry and what not. However, proper packing and planning can help you enjoy a hassle free travel experience.
Lay out all the clothes you think will be needed for your trip. Then, look at everything individually and ask [...]

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Best Free Travel Blogs Sites Tips

Thursday, October 15th, 2009

Sometimes finding a place to stay is the most expensive part of travel. From crashing on a stranger’s couch to writing about a resort, the suggestions below will help you find a way to stay for free. Also, never under estimate the importance of searching for free accommodations with a quality search engine such as www.google.com.  Google [...]

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7 Ecotourism Travel Blogs and Sites

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

The best place to begin your planning is to read up on all kinds of ecotourism tips, facts and other information on these great blogs and websites. It’s the most logical way to make the most of your valuable time. Why not take advantage of the work others have done in your behalf? These sites prove you [...]

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