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Why you should fly private on your next trip

It’s the time of year when the temperature is tanking, and the snow is starting to fall in many parts of the country. Christmas lights are going up in windows, and trees are sparkling in the corners of many homes. While cozy life is the life we love, it won’t be long before we’re all daydreaming about trips to tropical islands in the sun. Sitting in front of the fire and wrapping gifts is great, but wouldn’t tanning on hot sand by crystal-clear waters be better? Or how about hiking through verdant, green hills? Or maybe even exploring the ruins …

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Weekend trip to Paris: Top 10 Parisian attractions you’ll adore

Booked 2 or 3 days or a weekend trip to Paris and you’re not sure what to do? Let me help you with that, I have the perfect plan for you! Well, a couple of days is not very ideal for a vacation to Paris but with a suitable itinerary, it can be great. In case you’re wondering when to visit Paris then the ideal time is during spring and summer, it’s the best time for sightseeing in Paris. Outside these months it’s going to be very wet and not comfortable to travel through the city. So let’s start with …

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Top 5 best places to visit in Sardinia you wish you knew sooner

Sardinia is a stunning island in the Mediterranean Sea, off the west coast of Italy. Known for its gorgeous beaches, crystal clear waters, dramatic mountains, and traditional old villages, there are many different sides to Sardinia. Last month I took the ferry from Naples to Sardinia and spent a couple of weeks exploring the island by car, visiting both the popular tourist sights and also some amazing off-the-beaten-track places. I was really blown away, I had no idea there were so many incredible things to see and do in Sardinia. Ever since I got back, I’ve been itching to write …

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Top 5 best beaches in Milos Greece

Milos, the southwesternmost island in the Cyclades, is one of the lesser-known Greek islands. But I can’t imagine it will stay that way for long – Milos has some of the coolest beaches I’ve ever visited. The island is of volcanic origin – last erupting 90,000 years ago – creating impressive landscapes and unique beaches. Archeologists note Milos was inhabited as early as 2300 B.C., and excavation efforts have revealed some of ancient Greece’s most famous statues including Venus de Milo (which you can now visit in the Louvre). In this post, I will give my impressions of the best …

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Visiting the towns of Cinque Terre: Top 7 things to know ahead

The absolute gem of scenic surroundings, distinct Italian culture, delicious food, and excellent entertainment lies in the northwestern end of Italy. The towns of Cinque Terre have been one of the most desired holiday destinations ever since hitting popularity in the 1970s, and you can experience what this gorgeous region has to offer, as well! However, there are some things you should probably know before starting your adventure, so buckle up, and let’s look through it! 1. No need for a vehicle While road-tripping is an extremely fun way to travel, once you enter the beautiful area of Cinque Terre, …

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Top 5 essential sights of the Sunshine Coast

When was the last time you had a holiday away? If the answer was more than a year ago, then you are likely overdue for a decent break. We need time to rest and recharge each year because we weren’t designed to work all year round without time off. Doing so can run the risk of burning out; if you do, you’re no good to anyone for anything. It pays to fly away, put your feet up and relax for a while. But there are so many choices of places to visit for a holiday, it can be slightly overwhelming. …

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Air travel with your dog: answering the 4 most common questions

There’s no denying that it’s challenging and expensive to air travel with your dog. In the hierarchy of the easiest and least stressful ways to transport your dog to a new location, flying usually comes last. But on some occasions—for example, if you’re moving to another city or state for the long term or if you need to keep a service dog in your company—it can’t be helped. In such instances, you’ll need to do a lot of legwork so that you and your dog can have a safe and smooth travel experience. What should you know before booking a …

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