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Top 7 Places For Fireworks And Fun On July 4th

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - July 4th is America’s birthday celebration from coast to coast, with festivities focused on fireworks, families and food, there’s fun for everyone! Grab a cooler full of drinks and eats, and find your favorite city to celebrate. This year, whether you’re on the east, west, or in the middle of the U.S., there’s a celebration ... Read More about Top 7 Places For Fireworks And Fun On July 4th

The Law Of Attraction And Creating A Life Of Travel

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - “What do you really want to do?” The question was frequent in those first few days when Tracy and I began dating, without a pot to piss in or anything of value to our names. At the time, we didn’t have a concept of creating our own reality, or of traipsing the globe on some extended, ... Read More about The Law Of Attraction And Creating A Life Of Travel

How To Find Solitude And Peace In Travel

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Solitude is a concept that is often misunderstood, as something to be avoided like the plague. Too often coupled with sadness, isolation, and loneliness, solitude is all-together something different that speaks to a different part of ourselves – or perhaps from a different part of ourselves. In fact, solitude can be a tremendous act of self-love. ... Read More about How To Find Solitude And Peace In Travel

10 Historical Sites To See In Guatemala

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Guatemala is a fascinating Central American country, sandwiched in the north-most part of the region between Mexico, Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. A stunning landscape of peaking mountaintops, rain-forests, volcanoes, and ancient ruins, Guatemala present an atypical vacation opportunity for those seeking refuge in a small country that is packed full of interesting, historical locations. ... Read More about 10 Historical Sites To See In Guatemala

Why Travel Is Hard For You To Enjoy (And What To Do About It)

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Disappointing travel is the worst kind, and something that is, at times, unavoidable. We’ve had those deflating moments, when the reality of an experience doesn’t match up to our expectations and excitement, or when something on our trip goes completely awry. For those needing an example, go no further than our first trip to Paris. ... Read More about Why Travel Is Hard For You To Enjoy (And What To Do About It)

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Much of what takes us to the road, much of what makes us yearn for travel, is the feeling of exploration. It is, in essence, what travel truly is. After all, why would one go to the expense of a plane ticket, of leaving one’s home, of taking the risk of the unfamiliar if there ... Read More about Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Matzo Recipes for Passover on the Oregon Coast!

Posted By ManzanitaBeach on Travel

https://vacationrentalsmanzanita.com - Heading to the Oregon Coast to Celebrate Passover? Unfortunately we have limited access to a synagogue on the Oregon Coast. While the nearest synagogue to our North Coast area is in Portland, you can find Congregation Beit Salmon meeting regularly in Astoria. In the meantime, we’ve rounded up some yummy, tasty breakfast and brunch Matzo...Read More »

Top Ten Things To Do In Bonaire

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - The Caribbean is an attractive place for any lover of sun and fun, not to mention great food and outdoor excursions unavailable in the rest of the world. While there are common favorites throughout, including Jamaica and the Bahamas, a relatively unknown gem deep in the Caribbean might be among its most brilliant. Bonaire is […]

8 Hours in Paris: A Raw Review

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - It is no longer Hemingway’s Paris.

No longer that romanticized epoch of clinking champagne glasses and Can-Can Girls, backlit with the swirling of sweet cigars and bawdy revelry. Where the beauty drifted, we don’t know; perhaps to the fate of time and erosion, or perhaps to the city’s reliance on old paradigms that just don’t work with the present population

10 Travel Tips to Plan Your Trip

Posted By acouple4theroad on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - In terms of preparedness, your fifth international trip is going to look a lot different from your first, and your fifteenth will look wildly different from your fifth. It was no different for us. The first time Tracy and I left the country we had a great time, but we made a lot of mistakes. […]

My Bucket List #5 - Mykonos and Santorini

Posted By urbanswank on Travel

http://urbanswank.com - Before I had an appreciation for visiting countries in the aims of learning more about the culture (and enjoying the cuisine), it was the beauty of the place that I really paid the most attention to. This is why the…