Travelers could spend their whole time in Dublin wandering around 18th century Georgian houses with brightly-painted doors, strolling through tranquil parks, viewing all the statues lining O’Connell Street and taking in all the new buildings around the Financial Centre beside the River Liffey and still take in the culture and beauty of the city.
By: Yulanda Hanson, CTC and Senior Travel Consultant
The mountains are one of the things I miss the most from my home, Alaska, so I chose the Best of the Canadian Rockies with Tauck for the opportunity to see the Canadian Rockies and to stay at the famous Fairmont Hotels in Jasper, Banff and Lake Louise.
Snapping pictures in front of places you’ve been is one of the best ways to remember your journey. Everyone loves to comb through pictures and share their best shots with their friends and family, to inspire them to travel as well. Research shows that more than half of travelers plan their next destination based on pictures they have seen. So, what places are being snapped the most? Here are the most photographed landmarks around the world.
By: Sunny Lewis, Senior Travel Consultant, CTA
Israel and the Palestinian Territories Real Food Adventure with Intrepid is a region full of cultural and religious experiences and is home to Jews, Muslims and Christians. It is impossible to go there and not be touched spiritually and mentally.
From cheese to chocolate to fries and beer, waffles are in good company among all the delicacies that have come from Belgium.