Best Hikes Near Denver

Rocky Mountain National Park

Denver has become an increasingly popular destination for everyone from families to adventure enthusiasts to those somewhere in between. Already known for its world-class skiing in places like Vail and Aspen, Colorado has a lot to offer in the summer, too! Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver has plenty of trails within miles of downtown, giving visitors the ability to get out of the city and get their blood pumping.

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July 18, 2013 by
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A City Girl’s Guide to the Amazon

The Amazon

In preparing for my trip to Brazil, I figured I should probably book a few days in the Amazon. Not really because I always dreamt of trekking through the rainforest, more so that I felt I owed it to the one of the Seven Wonders of the World to make an appearance.

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July 17, 2013 by
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Spot, Snap, Tag and Win with Viator!

Spot, Snap, Tag and Win!

If you’re in New York City or San Francisco this July and August, keep your eyes peeled for a chance to win with Viator.

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July 15, 2013 by
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Impressionist Art Tours in Paris

The Pont Neuf

For Impressionism aficionados, there’s no better city on the planet to visit than Paris. From the Musée d’Orsay to the Musée de l’Orangerie, from the banks of the Seine to the Gare St Lazare, Impressionism is dotted across the city and its surrounding villages in one way or another. The movement was born here in 1874, when a group of artists including Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Camille Pissarro, just to name a few, held their own exhibition after being denied entry to Paris’ traditional art shows.

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July 15, 2013 by
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Ireland’s Aran Islands: How to Get There and What to Do

At the mouth of Galway Bay, off the west coast of Ireland, you’ll find three islands where the locals speak Irish and the pace of life is slow and steady. Inishmore is the largest and most-visited of the Aran Islands; Inishmaan is the second largest; and Inisheer is the smallest.

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July 15, 2013 by
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Save 40% on Dinner Cruises in New York, Chicago and Washington DC

HURRY! Book by July 16, 2013 to save 40% on dinner cruises in New York, Chicago and Washington DC. This exclusive offer applies to select departure times and dates from July 15 through November 30. Please note that this offer is available for new transactions only and cannot be applied to any existing booking.

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July 12, 2013 by
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10 Outdoor Activities to Enjoy in Victoria, B.C.

Whale Watching in Victoria

What so many visitors to the area love about Victoria is that it offers many different opportunities for outdoor activities and entertainment. It doesn’t matter if someone is looking for an adrenaline rush in the surrounding mountains, or just a stroll in the afternoon, there are plenty of things to keep any type of traveler busy.

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July 12, 2013 by
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What You Should Know About Visiting Egypt Now

Giza Pyramids.

More than two years have passed since Egypt’s 2011 Revolution, and the country is still feeling the effects. Images shown around the world of the violence in Cairo’s Tahrir Square both during the uprising and after have had a profoundly negative impact on the country’s reputation, causing people worldwide to believe that the entire country is dangerous now. This is not true. Egypt is approximately 385,000 square miles in size. The majority of the violence which still sporadically occurs is in an approximately one-square-mile area in downtown Cairo. The rest of Cairo remains perfectly safe as does the rest of the country, from the Mediterranean city of Alexandria to the tombs and temples of Luxor and Aswan, from the Red Sea beaches of the Sinai to the pyramids which give the country its signature skyline.

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July 12, 2013 by
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Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto

View of Horseshoe Falls from Maid of the Mist boat

As a kid growing up in New York during the 80′s, Superman II put Niagara Falls on the map for me. In the movie, a young boy climbing on the guard rail accidentally falls over the edge. Luckily, Superman is there to rescue him before he hits the raging waters below. 32 years later, I finally had the chance to go on a Niagara Falls Day Trip from Toronto to see North America’s largest waterfall, and the world’s most powerful.

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July 11, 2013 by
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The British and Irish Lions Rugby Tour Wrap-Up

Over 35,000 fans came to see the final match in Sydney. Photo courtesy of Tristram Biggs via Flickr.

Well, the dust has settled, the crowds have gone home, and the stadium lights have been turned off. The British and Irish Lions tour wrapped up with a thrilling finale last weekend. Here’s a quick snapshot of the last 5 games on tour….

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July 10, 2013 by
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