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The Italian Job… of Being a Savvy Tourist

The Italian Job… of Being a Savvy Tourist

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  How to Get the Most Out of Your Italy Vacation   Travel to Europe in the summer of 2004 may prove challenging, but with advance planning the rewards are vast and varied and yours to discover, such as walking to the front of the line at the Coliseum in Rome, or finding unique accommodations […]

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Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

Girlfriend Getaways – The Best and The Worst

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  We find ourselves laughing more than we have laughed in years. We experience a camaraderie that’s sometimes missing from their daily lives. We  talk, eat or drink too much and  return to our  their day-to-day lives with more strength, self-confidence and self-worth. I’ve written two books on this subject and through my own experiences […]

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The Perfect Travel Bag – Travel Expert Advice

The Perfect Travel Bag – Travel Expert Advice

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  Someday you too may be dropped off  on a beach in Southern Thailand  and have to drag your bag up to the resort. At that moment, you’ll know if you the perfect travel bags and if you’re an accomplished packer. Because the skill of traveling light depends upon your carry-on bag, your luggage choice […]

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Message from Marybeth

Message from Marybeth

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I’m excited to have you on my site. My credentials: Traveled to over 90 countries worldwide National Geographic Travel Book Author Meet the Gutsy Traveler. Video. Bon Voyage.    

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Paris where the summer solstice is a night of music

Paris where the summer solstice is a night of music

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I went to Paris, thinking I’d visit museums and historic sites. Jazz in St. German des Pres. Instead I happened upon the  summer solstice on June 21st, the “Fete de la Musique” – one of the best free, street-music festivals in Europe. The mood was electric and I got a taste of authentic Paris culture […]

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Rome. Where the Pope has achieved both celestial and celebrity status

Rome. Where the Pope has achieved both celestial and celebrity status

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Rome and the Vatican I have to say that religious traditions in any country are a fascinating portrait of the local culture and a jumble of natives and tourists all scrambling towards the same goal. Italy, of course, is no different. After we visited the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel last Sunday, we joined […]

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The top of Europe and the Alps

The top of Europe and the Alps

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I could see France, Germany and Italy from the observation terrace perched above a 14-mile long sea of ice in the Alps. Did I climb there? No it’s easy with the Swiss Jungfrau Railway. If you love mountains and train travel, there’s no place where it’s more reliable, clean and spectacular than in Switzerland. From […]

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Packing for Europe – Swiss Cities and the Alps

Packing for Europe – Swiss Cities and the Alps

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I’ll admit that packing for Europe takes effort to select fashionable and functional clothes that are also comfortable. So my packing list for different countries and activities varies. If you’re going to Paris, you’ll select stylish clothing in your closet, if you’re going to Switzerland, as I am in a few weeks, you’ll want stylish […]

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Book: A Woman’s Europe

Book: A Woman’s Europe

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A Woman’s Europe captures the magic of the Swiss Alps, the French countryside, the streets of Moscow, the isles of Greece, the country roads of Ireland, and much more with a uniquely female perspective. Some women travel solo, others with friends, family, or partners, but all have been drawn to Europe-for adventure, romance, culture, cuisine […]

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