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Germanic History & Holiday Gastronomique In Regensburg

Germanic History & Holiday Gastronomique In Regensburg

One of Germany’s oldest towns, founded by the Romans in 179 AD, is the German federal state of Bavaria, at the northernmost point of the river Danube. Regensburg...

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OCTOBERFEST 2016:  Hofbräuhouse Brew Hall Will Host Millions at Historic Festival

OCTOBERFEST 2016: Hofbräuhouse Brew Hall Will Host Millions at Historic Festival

The brew making history of Hofbräuhouse in München began with Wilhelm V., Duke of Bavaria (1579 – 1597), who had a thirsty and demanding royal household, which...

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Terme di Saturnia: A Tribute to Good Health in Tuscany

Terme di Saturnia: A Tribute to Good Health in Tuscany

Terme di Saturnia Spa & Resort Hot mineral springs provide fun, health and sunlight for visitors to Terme di Saturnia. Accommodations and resort areas are relaxed,...

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Belmond La Samanna Resort: Exquisite Sandy Beach & Michelin Star Chef Serge Gouloumes

Belmond La Samanna Resort: Exquisite Sandy Beach & Michelin Star Chef Serge Gouloumes

Welcome to Belmond La Samanna Resort the perfect place for a peaceful stay in the heart of the Caribbean. A destination always ranked among the best hotels in the...

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Ensenada’s Hotel Coral & Marina an All-Encompassing Escape

Ensenada’s Hotel Coral & Marina an All-Encompassing Escape

A mere 80 miles from San Diego lies the port city of Ensenada, a charming Mexican enclave that runs along 700 miles of Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortéz coastline....

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Gresham Palace Kollazs Brasserie & Bar

Gresham Palace Kollazs Brasserie & Bar

In 1880 the London Gresham Life Assurance Company bought the Nako House (the original neo-classic palace built in 1827) as its foreign headquarters on this site...

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How to Best Enjoy a River Cruise: What Not to Pack Tidbits and Seasonal Advice

How to Best Enjoy a River Cruise: What Not to Pack Tidbits and Seasonal Advice

Most of the cruise ships traveling up and down the great rivers of Europe have pretty much the same room layouts, with limited storage space under the bed. As a...

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Nine Plus Best Things to See in Vienna

Nine Plus Best Things to See in Vienna

My recent visit to Vienna originally included a twenty hour schedule of activities that suddenly was reduced to eight hours. This unexpected time challenge forced...

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“Life is but a Dream” on a Viking River Cruise

“Life is but a Dream” on a Viking River Cruise

It all started while I was watching Masterpiece Theatre on PBS and a lovely commercial showcasing people traveling to exotic destinations on international rivers...

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Villa del Palmar: A Magical Journey to Wellness in Mexico

Villa del Palmar: A Magical Journey to Wellness in Mexico

My recent trip to a remote respite in Mexico for a celebration of good health included original mock cocktails and personalized menus of vegan, vegetarian and gluten...

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