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Canada: Rocky Mountains alternatives

April 18th, 2018

Canada: Rocky Mountains alternativesCanada … read moreSource: www.travelweekly.co.uk/rss/destinations.xmlPublished on 2018-04-18


The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of Peru

April 16th, 2018

The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of PeruThe cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey travels to the crop’s ancient home and finds new inspiration from Andean cooks. … read moreSource: NYT TravelPublished on 2018-04-16By MADHUR JAFFREY


Markets, mountains and the medina: exploring Marrakech

March 16th, 2018

Markets, mountains and the medina: exploring MarrakechTreasure-trove souks, glorious architecture and adventures in the Atlas Mountains provide Abra Dunsby with a heady mix on a trip to Marrakech. … read moreSource: www.ttgmedia.com/Syndication/DF.cfm?f=14&ft=10&preview=1Published on 2018-03-16


Want To Vacation On Your Own Private Mountainside? This Cabin Rental Might Do The Trick

March 9th, 2018

Want To Vacation On Your Own Private Mountainside? This Cabin Rental Might Do The TrickTennessee has some of the best cabin rentals in the world. Staying in one of its many vacation homes means a week of stunning Smoky Mountain views off the back deck, plenty of space for the whole family, and top-notch amenities […]


Blue Mountains Journal: How Immigrants Become Truly Canadian: On the Ski Slopes

February 28th, 2018

Blue Mountains Journal: How Immigrants Become Truly Canadian: On the Ski SlopesEager to embrace the Canadian way of life, a growing number of newcomers are hazarding a go at their adopted nation’s quintessential winter pastime. … read moreSource: NYT TravelPublished on 2018-02-28By DAN LEVIN


Ore Mountains: Steeped in History

February 15th, 2018

Ore Mountains: Steeped in HistoryVideo: Category: General information Recently I travelled to the Ore Mountains in far eastern Germany on the border of the Czech Republic. The region is a lesser known area of Germany and from what I learned it is steeped in a rich and fascinating history. The Ore Mountains are aptly named as this […]


A Winter Vacation in the Ore Mountains

February 12th, 2018

A Winter Vacation in the Ore MountainsVideo: Category: Road Trip ***For an introduction to the Ore Mountains and Reasons to Visit follow this link ***  Erzgebirge or the Ore Mountains are a part of rural Germany blessed with rolling hills and white powder snow. But there are several other reasons to visit in winter.   Here are Several Things […]


Why You Should Visit the German Ore Mountains

February 12th, 2018

Why You Should Visit the German Ore MountainsVideo: Category: Road Trip Just recently the Travel Dudes team was told of a place of far reaching rolling hills and white powder snow. A winter wonderland in rural Germany. Curious by nature, we wanted to find out whether this was true and traveled to this place known as Erzgebirge […]


Want To Vacation At A 15-Acre Estate On California’s Mountainside?

February 10th, 2018

Want To Vacation At A 15-Acre Estate On California’s Mountainside?If you’re planning to go big this summer—like, real big—we’ve got the perfect vacation rental to host your getaway. This massive 15-acre, 17-bedroom estate sits on the mountainside of South Lake Tahoe, California. It’s not the cheapest, but would make for an unforgettable group getaway (split […]


Ore Mountains: A Winter Photo Guide to Oberwiesenthal, Germany’s Highest Town

February 9th, 2018

Ore Mountains: A Winter Photo Guide to Oberwiesenthal, Germany’s Highest TownAt 914 meters above sea level the town of Oberwiesenthal boats the title of Germany’s highest town and with that comes great skiing and views of rolling hills for miles around. The area of Oberwiesenthal is a downhill and cross country skiing mecca of eastern […]


Ore Mountains: A Photo Guide to the Lauenstein Castle Falconry Show

February 9th, 2018

Ore Mountains: A Photo Guide to the Lauenstein Castle Falconry ShowThe Lauenstein Castle’s impressive history reaches all the way back to the 13th century and the building is still in impeccable condition to this day. It tells a lot of Saxony’s (and Erzgebirge’s) wealth in former medieval and renaissance times. As recently as 1979 the […]


Ore Mountains: A Photo Guide to the Altenberg Eis Kanal Bobsleigh and Luge Track

February 9th, 2018

Ore Mountains: A Photo Guide to the Altenberg Eis Kanal Bobsleigh and Luge TrackFor an up close and personal opportunity to see an Olympic Sport facility, the Altenberg Eis Kanal is the place to be. Germany continues to be a leading force in the discipline of bob sledding and luge, and in Altenberg, the Eis […]


Tips To Plan The Perfect White Mountains Wedding at Red Jacket Mountain View Resort

February 2nd, 2018

Tips To Plan The Perfect White Mountains Wedding at Red Jacket Mountain View ResortThere are many decisions to make when planning a wedding and the experience can be overwhelming without help. Red Jacket Mountain View Resort Sales And Catering Manager Molly Paven offers her tips to help those who are planning one of the most […]


Copy of Nina Adkins – Watermedia

April 22nd, 2018

Copy of Nina Adkins – WatermediaThe colors and mountains of New Mexico have influenced my painting style for many years. There is no other blue as the blue of the New Mexico sky, or the wild colors that we see in our sunsets. I believe my love for all these colors is largely a result […]


Snow, rain mix continues through start of our weekend

April 21st, 2018

Snow, rain mix continues through start of our weekendDENVER — A Winter Weather Advisory continues for the central mountains until noon Saturday. We’re starting off our Saturday with periods of heavy snow in some areas, wintry mix in others where temperatures continue to hover near the freezing mark. As temperatures warm through the morning hours,  […]


Wild hot springs with amazing views

April 20th, 2018

Wild hot springs with amazing viewsAncient Egyptians did it. Romans did it. Even Beyoncé did it (in Iceland, for Jay-Z’s 42nd birthday). Since the beginnings of civilization, humans have enjoyed soaking in mineral-rich, geothermally-heated waters. In the past, communities formed around these natural resources, harnessing the steamy waters to create a hygienic social hub for […]


Wet Changes coming for the weekend

April 20th, 2018

Wet Changes coming for the weekendThanks to a more structured and potent system, the dynamics will be in place for widespread showers and even a few thunderstorm to develop on Sunday afternoon,evening, and into next Monday. An upper level low responsible for bringing up to two feet of snowfall in the central Rocky Mountains,  … […]


April 20th, 2018

Oaxaca is one of Mexico’s most beautiful places to visit. View photos of its array of travel options: coastal escapes, stunning mountains, historical sites and more. … read moreSource: rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_travel.rssPublished on 2018-04-20


The best things to do in Oaxaca, Mexico

April 20th, 2018

The best things to do in Oaxaca, MexicoBetween its mountains and its beaches, the state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico is a treasure trove of beautiful views and outdoor activities. But thanks to its capital and some of its lesser-known villages, it’s also an art and food destination. … read moreSource: rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_travel.rssPublished on 2018-04-20


Must-See Destinations In Southeast Asia

April 20th, 2018

Must-See Destinations In Southeast AsiaSoutheast Asia is famous for wonderful and amazing destinations which will instantly attract tourists. Furthermore, Southeast Asia is also known as a cheap and easy travel destination.   This post lists our must-see destinations in the area for tourists: 1) Bagan, Myanmar Bagan is the sacred sanctuary of the Buddhist land of Myanmar. […]


 

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