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[VIDEO] Dutch Villages and Countryside Bike Tour


A perfect blue sky, friendly companions, and a knowledgeable guide – what else could you ask for on a Dutch Villages and Countryside Bike tour? We met at the Yellow Bike office near Central Station and biked the quick route to the ferry where we crossed over to the north part of Amsterdam and started […]

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November 2, 2011 by | Comments Off on [VIDEO] Dutch Villages and Countryside Bike Tour

Highlights of Montreal, Canada – A Taste of Europe in North America

Notre Dame Basilica

Montreal likes to bill itself as having the best aspects of North America mixed with the best aspects of Europe, and in that respect, it’s not far wrong. There are few cities in the world that have Montreal’s mixture of buzz and vitality without feeling too intense and overbearing. It is a city that feels […]

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July 22, 2011 by | 1 Comment

2 Days in Tropical Darwin

For many visitors to Australia, Darwin is little more than the departure point for other more exotic adventures east, west or south, but Darwin is an intriguing city in itself. Weathering cyclones (occasionally), hungry crocodiles (generally), and air raids (during WWII), Darwin is a city that takes these events and the often-horrendous humidity in its […]

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March 30, 2010 by | 2 Comments

Biking Across Eastern Europe

When you envision a biking tour, the former Iron Curtain countries of eastern Europe may not be the first places that come to mind. Yet eastern Europe has some of the most scenic routes on the continent. And thanks to hard work from some forward-looking leaders (and cooperation from private and public groups), bike trails […]

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February 8, 2010 by | 3 Comments

Florence by Bike

If your idea of a guided tour is being shown around, in a way that your mind can amble while you take everything in, not having to worry about where you are every four minutes when you are in a strange place and then how you will get back (or even forward) to where you […]

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December 8, 2009 by | 1 Comment