Mad Mother Nature
April 27th, 2011

This past week has been a weird one for the US east coast. We experienced an earthquake – however small it may have been – and now we’re prepped for a hurricane. It may be down-graded to a tropical storm as we speak, but either way, a tough thunderstorm ruffles our feathers so people are […]

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Choosing a Flight? Keep These In Mind
April 26th, 2011

While in Philadelphia International last week, waiting for my delayed flight, I joked that I could charge a few bucks to offer advice to all those passengers that were completely confused by all the changes and I could make a mint. coque iphone While I believe this is probably both illegal and immoral and I […]

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How to Create a Travel Plan
April 25th, 2011

One of the difficulties with travel, at least for many, is choosing a destination. I notice the same struggle for many of my clients when they first speak with me. coque samsung There are so many possibilities and travelers may feel that they won’t have the opportunity to visit every place they want to explore. […]

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Summer Packing: Don’t Forget Your…
April 24th, 2011

I have an oddly large number of packing tips. Maybe it’s because I do a lot of packing for travel, or because I keep a continuously updated packing list on my computer or simply because I’m generally over-organized when it comes to travel. I have a packing tips that I offer clients specifically for summer […]

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5 Random Things That Happened on My Southwest Flight
April 22nd, 2011

I recently flew to San Antonio via Houston on Southwest Airlines. Everyone has recently been so down on the airlines in general, and I have to admit I’m not much of an exception to this. However, this trip was eventful enough that I felt that I had to blog about it, and point out the […]

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Going on Safari? Pack These!
April 21st, 2011

I’ve been blogging a lot about safari’s and Africa lately. I’m getting very excited about potentially heading to Uganda in the spring/summer, and I am realizing a lot of the questions that travelers may have about visiting Africa and planning a safari. I thought I’d start with a general list of safari packing recommendations. While […]

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What’s Your Hotel Evacuation Plan?
April 21st, 2011

Over the last few months, I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon. Twice in the last three months I’ve stayed in a hotel where the fire alarm has gone off. Once it was at 3 AM and someone came over the hotel intercom saying to stay put until further instructions. The second time we weren’t evacuated, but […]

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Well it’s about time… Meet Your Travel Blogger!
April 21st, 2011

For several years now I’ve been writing the Chimera Travel blog. coque iphone I write about my travel experiences, travel embarrassments (which seem to be among my most popular blogs), travel words of wisdom and more. I realized earlier this week that what I have neglected to do, for five years, is write about the […]

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Photo of the Day – Lyon’s Notre Dame
April 19th, 2011

Paris may claim the most famous Notre Dame in the world, chaussons pokemon but Lyon’s Notre Dame Basillica is also quite impressive. bracelet homme Walk or take the funicular to the top of the hill where the church sits.

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Having Fun With National Travel & Tourism Week
April 11th, 2011

May 7 – 15 is National Travel & Tourism Week (that’s right, it’s happening right now!). As someone who makes a living in the travel industry, I’m excited to have a whole week dedicated to this. There are numerous stats on the size of the tourism industry and the impact on the economy and such. […]

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