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Europe’s Most Fascinating Cycling Routes

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - “Europe’s Most Fascinating Cycling Routes” was written by Chloe Smith, a business consultant with Media Gurus, who has a passion for cycling, writing, and Europe.  Everyone who is into cycling knows that riding your bike is far more than just an exercise. It can be a way of discovering the world. When you’re on your ... Read More about Europe’s Most Fascinating Cycling Routes

Brand New Photography Tricks To Watch In 2018

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com -  Scott Carruthers has been working in the photography industry for many years. He has shot photographs from all around the world and is in high demand. His legacy started with a gift of a camera when he was young and has continued to grow since. Photography is one of the most rewarding things a person ... Read More about Brand New Photography Tricks To Watch In 2018

Tripmasters Review: Italy and Greece

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Tripmasters.com is a website we’ve used for a number of years to book trips to not only Europe, but also South America and Asia. A cost-saving engine that provides great deals, you may have even read our thorough review on Tripmasters earlier in the year. However, a recent trip to Italy and Greece with Tripmasters ... Read More about Tripmasters Review: Italy and Greece

Review: Residenza Ave Roma in Rome, Italy

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Finding the right hotel in Rome was a challenge. Why? Because Rome is big. There’s much to do. Many piazzas. Many iconic places and statues. Many historical buildings. As is the same with most who visit, we wanted to be in the heart of it all – but, where is that heart? For us, after much research ... Read More about Review: Residenza Ave Roma in Rome, Italy

Rome To Florence Day Trip

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - One of the great things about visiting Rome is its proximity to other desirable locations on your bucket list, such as Florence. In fact, if you have a spare day in Rome, a day trip from Rome to Florence can be easily and conveniently had. We’ll show you how to make it happen! Why You ... Read More about Rome To Florence Day Trip

How to Spend 5 Great Days in Sydney

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - “How to Spend 5 Great Days In Sydney” is written by Raul Harman, a business consultant and a writer for technivorz.com and bizzmarkblog.com.” Sydney is definitely one of the most beautiful touristic hotspots in the worlds, which everyone should visit at least once. Still, the greatest problem with planning a trip to Sydney, especially one ... Read More about How to Spend 5 Great Days in Sydney

Ten Parks You Should See In London, England

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - When one thinks of traveling to London, it’s often easy to center your plans around the brick and mortar of the city – the museums, pubs, stunning Victoria architecture, and centuries-old government buildings. But outside of the stone and brick that make up the city, there’s another element that makes London a must-see. The parks. ... Read More about Ten Parks You Should See In London, England

Safest Countries In Africa For Tourists

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Times change, which means travel does also. Once a continent under nearly completely despotic rule, and many countries enduring civil strife, Africa wasn’t on the radar for potential travelers. However, that has changed. A change in governance and improvement in overall living conditions through much of Africa has led to an increase in tourism to ... Read More about Safest Countries In Africa For Tourists

Where To Find Fado Music In Lisbon, Portual

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Fado music, the somber song of Portual, is a deeply passionate and heartbreaking folk music genre that can be traced back to the 1820s (and possibly earlier) in Lisbon. Fado was in many ways the expression by which a suppressed people communicated feels of frustration, loneliness, and outright abandonment during the 1960s and 70s, as ... Read More about Where To Find Fado Music In Lisbon, Portual

Omiyage: A Token Of Japanese Gift Giving and Travel Culture

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Omiyage is the much loved Japanese tradition of gift giving after your travels, and while it can be said to be a souvenir of sorts (the English translation actually is “souvenir”), in actuality it’s far more. Where a souvenir is meant for the traveler, the Omiyage tradition is specifically for the friends and family back ... Read More about Omiyage: A Token Of Japanese Gift Giving and Travel Culture

48 Hours in Medellín: A Guide to the City of Eternal Spring

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - This article is brought to you by Gustavo Ramos, a writer at www.alltherooms.com, an accommodation search engine. At All The Rooms, users can find every single place to stay that is available online — from AirBnBs to hammocks or castles — in any place they visit. Twenty-five years ago Colombia was teetering on the edge of ... Read More about 48 Hours in Medellín: A Guide to the City of Eternal Spring

Neue Wiener Schule: Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School

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https://www.acouplefortheroad.com - Vienna, Austria is a city built on pure genius. Around every corner is seemingly a bust, a statue, or perhaps a performance hall with another name written below, and another story to be heard. It is, in many ways, the central home to great classical music, and in fact composed music with an orchestra of any ... Read More about Neue Wiener Schule: Schoenberg and the Second Viennese School