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Best Luggage Tags

Finding the best luggage tags and best baggage tags available really is more about usability and being able to quickly and easily identify your bags as it is anything else. Of course, you want something stylish, but you also want something that makes your bag stand out when it’s passing by on a belt, or sitting in a crowd of other bags that makes… Read More

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Where To Stay In Madrid

Madrid is one of the most magical and culturally rich places one can ever visit; the city burst with beautiful landscaping, awe inspiring classic architecture and plenty of historical places to visit – but where should you stay? Of course, the city is huge and one of the first doubts that comes to mind when planning the trip is the accommodation. Map – Madrid’s… Read More

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Bresse Chicken in Cream Sauce Recipe

Bresse Chicken in Cream Sauce is a classic haut cuisine French recipe, made famous by legendary chef Paul Bocuse. However, contrary to many French recipes from the school of La Mere Brazier and Bocuse, it’s a recipe that’s not impossible to pull off at home, and doesn’t take forever. It’s a regional dish, done properly with the right poultry from the Bresse region of France –… Read More

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Best Anti Theft Backpacks

If you travel often, security is paramount, and having one of the best anti-theft backpacks available helps keep you secure. We know from experience that it only takes once for a precious valuable, a passport, or other form of identification to be stolen or misplaced on the road for you to learn the lesson of having the right type of security for your valuables… Read More

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Where To Stay In Vienna

Where to stay in Vienna? It’s a complicated question, as Vienna is a fairly spread-out European city with much to do. Bisected by the Danube River, Vienna is separated into 23 districts – known as Bezirke. They’re numbered for easy reference, and spiral starting at the center with Bezirke 1, and work to the outermost districts that climb higher in number. Map – Vienna’s best… Read More

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Have Instagram And Social Media Ruined Travel?

We were in Chichen Itza when it hit me. Tracy and I had always wanted to visit the Yucatan Peninsula, to walk where the great Mayan civilization once created a vast and powerful empire, and there we were. We stood as close as we could to the main pyramid named El Castillo (or more properly, The Pyramid of Kukulkan), and took in as much of… Read More