Buy 2 Florence Tours and Save 20% on Your 3rd!

From now until September 6, 2013, when you buy two Florence tours you get 20% OFF of your 3rd tour! That’s right – Buy 2 tours, save 20% on your 3rd!

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August 23, 2013 by
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Exploring Manila

Traditional dancing in Manila

Among the constant ebb and flow of this frenetic city, gridlocked and chaotic in its urban sprawl, sleek new skyscrapers in the CBD and vast shopping malls contrast sharply with vibrant street markets that have existed for centuries. With its heart wrapped around the sweeping Manila Bay and bisected by the mighty Pasig River, this is a forward-thinking city, a cultural polyglot where a babble of Tagalog – a mixture of Chinese, Malay, Japanese, Spanish and local dialects – and English can be heard in the streets, reflecting the country’s long and checkered history.

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August 23, 2013 by
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The Las Vegas Richard Petty Ride Along Experience

Want a ride in one of these?

As an adult, I don’t have a “need for speed.” I’m not a NASCAR fan. But I was looking for something to do outside the usual Las Vegas Strip tourist activities. The Las Vegas Richard Petty Ride Along Experience —where guests ride shotgun in a stockcar driven by a professional for three laps around the track—seemed like just the ticket.

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August 22, 2013 by
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Gettysburg Day Trip from Washington DC

One hundred and fifty years ago, a small town in southern Pennsylvania became famous for being the site of a bloody battle between the two armies of the American Civil War. The Gettysburg Day Trip provides both locals and visitors to Washington, DC the chance to see the places where the events of July 1-3, 1863 occurred, with visits to the Farnsworth House and the Gettysburg National Military Park.

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August 22, 2013 by
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On the Trail of Malta’s Ancient Ruins

An altar at the Tarxien Temples.

Although many people head to Malta for sun, sea and sand, there is a significant trail of Neolithic ruins across the little archipelago of islands. The provenance of Malta’s spectacular Neolithic and Bronze Age sites at Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, Tarxien, Hagar Qim, Mnajdra and Ta’ hagrat, plus the ruins at Ggantija on Gozo, have been obscured over the millennia. It’s possible that they were built between 5,000 AD and 2,500 BC to honor an unknown goddess of fertility and while of acute historical importance, some of the sites themselves are not well interpreted – and indeed were not well tended until the last 20 years.

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August 21, 2013 by
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The Dos and Don’ts of Booking a Safari in Kenya

Giraffes in Road

Lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and cape buffaloes converging en masse, oh my, the Big Five! Most people about to book their first Kenyan safari will likely admit that the trip is the culmination of a dream fed from youthful reading of National Geographic or watching Discovery Channel. Who, after all, does not want to be meters away from the world’s most notoriously exciting animals?

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August 21, 2013 by
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Meet Rob and Kang, Private Guides in Seoul, South Korea

Meet Rob and Kang!

Together Rob and Kang create a dynamic duo that is sure to deliver a stimulating experience of the Korean peninsula. Constantly feeding off each other, these two professional guides are able to give their clients two very different perspectives of their country, resulting in the best possible Korean experience, especially given they are just as curious about their country as you are.

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August 20, 2013 by
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Krabi: Your Gateway to the Thai Islands

Krabi

It’s no secret that Thailand has some of the finest islands in the world – travelers have been raving about them for years and movies have immortalized their white sandy beaches and otherworldly limestone cliffs. They’re beautiful, affordable and offer just what you’re looking for on a tropical holiday…there are also hundreds of them.

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August 19, 2013 by
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Uruguay: One of South America’s Best Coastal Road Trips

Road trip Uruguay

With the exception of Motorcycles Diaries, most travelers don’t associate South America as a place you go on road trips. Uruguay is different, however, and there is a feeling of freedom that comes with cruising down the coast on entirely your own agenda. Add in the fact that that there aren’t any freeways and you can cross the country in six hours, and Uruguay sits high on the list of the continent’s best coastal road trips.

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August 19, 2013 by
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Austin for Foodies

Austin knows how to make BBQ.

Austin has gained a reputation as an alternative culture oasis in the middle of conservative Texas. They push the “Keep Austin Weird” motto, striving for uniqueness rather than homogenization. And food is increasingly part of that eclectic funk. The city is moving beyond staples like barbeque and taco stands (though, to be sure, there’s plenty of excellent barbeque and tacos to be had in Austin) and incorporating locally-sourced meat and produce in edgy New American cooking – often prepared in a cramped food truck.

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August 16, 2013 by
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