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2014 Winter Olympics, Sochi Travel

The first official Winter Olympics didn’t take place until January 1924 in Chamonix, but ever since winter sports fans have been thrilled by bobsledding, figure skating, and , ski jumping, the games have continued. The games continue to be one of the most sought after events to travel the world to see.
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Cancun…Safe, and Full of Life!

So what do you think of when you hear the words Cancun, Mexico?  Do you think party central?  Do you think of crazy college kids acting foolishly and causing a ruckus?  Do you think of the drug cartels when you hear the word Mexico?  Well let me enlighten you…Cancun and it’s hotel zone are very safe! 
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Top Travel Trends of 2013

The official travel season has almost officially arrived and it’s time to look at some of the yearly travel trends that keep popping up across the travel industry.  Take a look at some of the newest and most popular trends you may run across in your travels of 2013.
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Tips for Traveling to a Hurricane Region

With Hurricane Season in full swing, experts are predicting to see a near-normal hurricane season in both the Atlantic Basin, including the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific this year. If you plan on traveling to storm-prone regions you should carefully consider the potential dangers and inconveniences associated with your trip prior to finalizing plans. It is important to always be prepared, and take into consideration the following tips to ensure your safety this season!
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Brussel’s Largest Food Festival

Attention all food lovers, Brussel’s holds a yearlong food festival that you do not want to miss! Brusselicious, held in Brussels, Belgium is a food event that is known for its individuality and high quality. Every year that the festival occurs, a different theme is chosen and 2012 has been announced as the year of gastronomy. Since 2012 is being named the gourmet year, it is giving the chance for superior chefs to showcase their creations and allow thousands of visitors to experience fine dining in a great deal of locations.
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Summer 2012 London Olympics Travel Tips

The event that we have all been waiting for is just around the corner – the 2012 London Olympics! This year’s Summer Olympics run from July 27 to August 12, and the Paralympics are from August 29 to September 9. If you are one of the thousands of people lucky enough to be attending the games, you may be planning out the details of your travel itinerary to London.  Whether it is your first time traveling to London, or you are a returning visitor, we wanted to provide some help tips and hints to make your summer 2012 Olympics travel a bit easier.
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Top Student Travel Destinations Named

One of the most amazing experiences that a student can have is embarking on a journey away from home to gain hands-on learning in a completely different culture. Studying abroad for a semester, enrolling in an internship, or simply just spending a couple weeks volunteering or sightseeing in a faraway destination can provide a great learning experience. While it can be argued that any trip made can help students gain knowledge, we’d like to say that these are the top places that every student should get the chance to travel to while they’re young.
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National Park Week and Earth Day 2012

It’s almost time to celebrate National Park Week and Earth Day! National Park Week is a time which is dedicated towards the beauty and preservation of the National Parks during the week of Saturday, April 21st, through Sunday, April 29th. Earth Day goes hand in hand with National Park Week and is celebrated on April 22nd. During this celebration, entrance is free into the parks, as well as the transportation entrance fees, and the commercial tour fees. Other fees including camping fees, reservation fees and concession fees will still apply. Businesses within the park are often known to create special discounts in order to promote the celebration of the parks, so staying within your vacation budget should not be a problem.
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