Germany and India: Here we GO!

From the moment you get the chance to travel, please do it!. I had the opportunity to travel with my husband. He works for Lufthansa, and we can travel anywhere in the world. We just came back from New Delhi, India and Frankfurt, Germany. Indian food has very rich flavors, curry, lots of spices and delicious sweets. If you have …

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Fairytale Wedding in Nantes, France

I spent my last few days of 2016 at the beautiful Chateau Challain located in Nantes, France celebrating a true fairytale wedding. This gorgeous castle/hotel is in the heart of the Loire Valley, Chateau Challain embodies Neo-Gothic grandeur of an era past and provides an enchanted fairytale setting that makes you feel like you are part of a true fairytale. …

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Visiting La Llajta (Cochabamba, Bolivia)

This was my first time visiting Bolivia. My wife’s mother is a native of Cochabamba and we had a chance to visit family as well as sight seeing. We had a phenomenal time, although the altitude was something to get used to. Being 8000 feet above sea level will make you question your fitness level even with the simple task …

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The great North West

I visited the state of Washington several years ago. Absolutely beautiful. I remember going to an open air market and purchasing some Salmon. Enjoyed it so much I asked the vendor to ship a few pounds home to us in Florida!

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Chicago “The Windy City”

Went to visit my Mom we had great food, great people, and luckily great weather. Better to go in the summer all kinds of fun things to do. The museum of Science & Industry is a two day experience. The downtown aquarium very cool dolphin show.

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San Juan Islands and Videoglobetrotter

We moved to WA state 15 years ago. From the minute we got here I planned on taking a trip up to our San Juan Islands. It just never happened. Along came videoglobetrotter.com. I started engaging with the FB page, the site, their Twitter feed. Then out of the blue they sent me pamphlets and information about the San Juan …

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Snow Shoeing in Mont Tremblant, Quebec

Snow Shoeing in Mont Tremblant, Quebec Since the 18th century, people have come to admire the beautiful landscapes of the Mont-Tremblant region, and of course the mountain itself. The highest peak in the Laurentians has something for all ski and snowboarding enthusiasts. First and foremost, snow: the mountain receives on average 380 cm (12.47 feet) of snow each year and …

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