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Four Offbeat Honeymoon Locations

Written by Aaron Gordon For your honeymoon, you want romantic settings, fun activities, and something interesting and new without having to spend a fortune. This may sound like fantasy, but it is actually quite achievable if you do a little research. There are plenty...

Interview with Old Map Man, London Explorer Extraordinaire

Article reblogged from QuirkyTravel Ken Titmuss, aka Old Map Man of London Trails specialises in history walks in lesser frequented areas of London town (lesser frequented by London guides, anyway). His walks are accompanied by, as you might have guessed, old maps,...

London Bridge Hotel – Hotel Review

by Iain Mallory Located in a historical area of the city and in the long shadow of The Shard, the London Bridge Hotel is an attractive hotel with friendly staff. The traditional exterior contrasting nicely with the modern buildings which surround it. Tradional...

Banff–Canada’s Oldest National Park

Written by George Brio. Canada’s Banff National Park was discovered purely by accident in 1883. Three construction workers who were employed by the Canadian Pacific Railway noticed bubbling natural hot springs flowing through a nearby cave and not too long thereafter...

5 Quirky Towns to Visit in the American West

This is a guest post reblogged from travel blogger, Julie McNamee’s blog. Article by John Reynolds, photos by Flickr links. The American West offers vast deserts, rugged mountains, lush forests, scenic ocean beaches, and plenty of quirkiness. We look at five...

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