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5 Tips for the Traveler in Training

Posted By acouple4theroad 200 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - I’ve always felt there was a difference between a traveler and a vacationer, a person who simply yearns to see as much of the world as possible from a place of true wanderlust versus one who owns a shorter list of desirable locations that are typically more commercially acceptable to visit. Not that one is better than the other, in fact, I believe most travelers begin as vacationers who simply catch an insatiable fever to see all there is to see.

6 Things Traveling to Peru Taught Us About The World

Posted By acouple4theroad 208 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - As an American couple, traveling to Peru gave us an opportunity to experience something we hadn’t before. While Europe and various U.S. locations have provided travel opportunities that are different in many ways from what we’re accustomed to, in many other ways life on these trips is very similar to how it is back home. It’s a modern world, with all the conveniences of a first-world existence that are emblematic of society and the ever-present hum of technology around us.

Top 7 Best Bonaire Beach Resorts

Posted By acouple4theroad 213 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - As one of the most beautiful Caribbean islands in the world, and one of the most pristine, Bonaire is the perfect vacation spot for couples and families looking for top-rated resorts! With year-round sun and warm waters, it’s the perfect spot to find your breezy beach getaway and let the sun and sand of Bonaire […]

The Top 5 Classic American Road Trips

Posted By acouple4theroad 213 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Perhaps no country has quite the expanse, the open road, as America has. From the stretches of the great plains, to the rolling hills of the deep south, there’s something that brings out everyone’s inner Kerouac in simply loading up and hitting the pavement. Out of the many destinations, it’s hard to decide on the best […]

Top 10 Budget Tips for Traveling Couples

Posted By acouple4theroad 214 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - One of the things that kept us from traveling earlier in our relationship was the perception that we couldn’t afford to see the world. Traveling seemed like something reserved for either the uber-rich or people with no responsibilities and no timelines, the type that could travel cheaply because they had the time to bus or […]

Top Ten Hip London Pubs

Posted By acouple4theroad 219 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - London is rife with traditional as well as modern pubs and bars, from the scenes of Soho to Jack the Ripper’s favorite haunts, make sure to check out the hippest places to drink across the pond! Blind Pig Prohibition meets modern class at this New York style Soho drink stop. Located quietly and quaintly above […]

Travel Peru: Machu Picchu and More

Posted By acouple4theroad 226 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - There is much to be said for utilizing American holidays for certain excursions, especially south of the Equator, where during North America’s wintertime it is quite appealing. Additionally, since no one besides the continental United States celebrates Labor Day or Thanksgiving, the travel prices are less expensive, yet the weather is perfect in places like Peru. We spent 9 days in this amazing […]

Review: Cliffs of Moher Day-Trip

Posted By acouple4theroad 229 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Ireland is a beautiful and aptly green landscape of peaceful fields as well as bustling downtowns and classic structures everywhere you look. On our last trip into Dublin, we took a day trip across the country to see the famous Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. As a relatively small group tour, it was a […]

5 Free Things To Do In Munich

Posted By acouple4theroad 229 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Munich is a rare city that one could say is, in fact, uniquely its own. The history, each the good, bad, and notoriously dreadful, are all uniquely her. The site of the nationalistic uprising that resulted in Hitler’s Nazi Germany, Munich has grown from its treacherous past and is today an impeccably serene, peaceful and […]

Que Rico Puerto Rico – Part I

Posted By acouple4theroad 229 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Que Rico, Puerto Rico – Part I was written by Tito Mendez, a Puerto Rican native who lives in South Florida with his wife, Cristina. He is an accomplished writer and Program Manager for one of the largest international distribution companies in the world. Tito’s social media profile can be found here.  Puerto Rico is […]

Review: Amsterdam’s A-Train Hotel

Posted By acouple4theroad 230 days ago on Travel

http://www.acouplefortheroad.com - No matter where we travel, we look for the same three things in the hotel where we stay – location, affordability and security. We’re far from high-brow, mind you, as what we’re really seeking is a trust-worthy location that allows us to enjoy the area in which we’re traveling. Sometimes, however, we get surprised by […]