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5 Top Architectural Cities in Europe

When it comes to architecture, Europe is one of the best global destination to enjoy building and their vintage aspects. From classical panaches from Roman and Greek period to modern styles, European architecture pleases the eyes, and suits all tastes. Some of the best cities to admire architectural creativity and innovation are Barcelona, Vicenza, Prague, […]

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Why Mexico Should Be On Your Bucket List!

What is the best way to relax? TRAVEL! I know what you’re thinking – traffic, flight delays, baggage problems and other fiascos.  Well, let’s take a look at the positive side; you get to see places, meet people, eat unique delicacies, and learn new things. Not bad, right? Best of all – no cleaning, no […]

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London to Oz in 22 no-frills flights

In 1972, the Lonely Planet founder Tony Wheeler made an epic overland trip to Australia. This year, he tried the same route a rather different way

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How to Pick the Best Sunglasses for Your Vacation

Everyone needs to get away from it all every once in a while, which is why many people absolutely can’t wait to plan and take a vacation at least once a year. Whether you are heading off to someplace new or an old favourite locale, and whether you are traveling in the summer or the […]

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Innovative Nightclub Architecture from Around the World

Innovative nightclub architecture incorporates different design concepts in order to create a truly unique space. A great example of an innovative nightclub architecture is that of the Le Peep Boutique, a 1920s beaux art hotel, bar, restaurant and entertainment venue located on London’s Park Lane district. This space, inspired by Parisian theaters and peepshows, is […]

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The Fun in Volunteer Travelling

By Chelsy Ranard Travelling is a need that many of us will go to great lengths to fulfill. When I was in college I took out extra loans and scraped up every cent I had to get to Alaska to work over the summer. I ended up working in that same town in Alaska, working […]

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A Procrastinating Person’s Guide To Packing

Going away on holiday for a couple of weeks is one thing, but if you’re planning an extended trip of several months or more, the whole packing thing takes on a whole new level of complexity. Procrastinating is natural, especially when the task ahead is complicated. Getting a clear idea of the steps involved, and […]

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