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Red Leaves Tour of Shaanxi’s Qingling Mountain in Autumn

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

Each season has its own scenery. In deep autumn, Qingling Mountain is filled with the brilliant gold and red leaves. Poetic red leaves is not only the best gift for this season by nature, but the profound edification for people who is good at appreciating beauty in all things around. For travel enthusiasts of Shaanxi […]

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itinerary and home base for Italian Riviera

by imgwiz @ Fodor's Forum

I am starting to plan a 9 day trip for myself and my husband in April - May and wanted to spend a few days exploring Cinque Terra. Thought we could...

Disney dreams 2013

by Mays Business School @ Perspectives

Thirty business honors students spent four days at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., in November 2013. In one of the most enviable trips of a college career, the students enjoyed behind-the-scenes tours and interactive sessions with company leaders on topics such as capital planning, leadership, pricing, finances, international opportunities and marketing. The event was […]

“Be a Traveler, Not a Tourist” – Fellows in New York City

by Young Joo Kim '12 @ Perspectives

Cancun, Cabo, Gulf Shores and Panama City Beach—these are some of the top Spring Break destinations for college students. However, for the third year in a row, I found my suitcase filled with heavy overcoats, sweaters, gloves, scarfs, long pants and dress shirts. I was once again headed to New York City with the Mays Business Fellows Program.

Escorted Tours & Rail Holidays | Great Rail Journeys

Escorted Tours & Rail Holidays | Great Rail Journeys


Escorted Tours & Rail Holidays | Great Rail Journeys

With 40 years’ experience Great Rail Journeys specialise in escorted rail tours. The UKs leading rail holiday company covering over 60 countries.

Philadelphia/DC in late June, possibly 4th of July?

by marvelousmouse @ Fodor's Forum

I had been considering a short trip to SF or San Diego this summer. And then I was googling the Mutter because I was trying to explain phrenology...

A Beginner’s Guide to House-Sitting

by lauren @ FrugalMonkey Discount Travel News

According to the Visa and Pacific Asia Travel Association, tourists typically spend around a third of their travel budget on accommodation. But what if we told you that you don’t need to spend a cent on a bed? And no, we’re not suggesting you rough it on a park bench! Free quality accommodation sounds like […]

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China’s Top 10 Attractions

by adaptivitypro @ China Tour

There is no doubt about it. China is one of the most ancient cultures and thus features some of the world’s oldest and most historic sites. If you’re looking to visit China, you won’t want to miss these top 10 attractions. The Great Wall – At more than 3,100 miles long, the Great Wall is […]

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The Parade for Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the Victory in Chinese Anti-Japanese War On Sept.3

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the victory in the Chinese Anti-Japanese War and the World Anti-Fascist War. China will hold the parade at Tiananmen Square of Beijing on Sept.3. On Sept 2, 1945, Japan signed for the formal surrender and the government announced celebration of the victory on the following day. The September 3 […]

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BEIJING – DAYS 5 & 6

BEIJING – DAYS 5 & 6

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

At this point, we were half way through our trip.  We again had pastries for breakfast and then found ourselves at the Hongqiao Pearl Market.  This four-story shopping center had anything and everything you could possibly want at a discounted price.  Electronics.  Pearls.  Clothing.  Tea sets.  You name it, and it was probably there.  Everything…

Shopping For Cheap Souvenirs At Senso-ji, Tokyo

by Joanna Hall @ Luxury Holiday Bargains

Thanks to popular legend, the beautiful old Buddhist temple of Senso-ji in Asakusa is one to tick off your list of Tokyo’s top sightseeing sites, as well as its oldest Temple, drawing millions of tourists each year. Besides being a fascinating place to soak up some Japanese culture, however, there’s another money saving reason for

Naples, Fla Girls! weekend. Restaurant recommendations, please!

by SueOnTheMove @ Fodor's Forum

Hi! We will be a group of 6 women on our yearly let�s-run-away-from-our-children-for-the-weekend trip. (We LOVE our kids, but we also enjoy ways in...

THE BAHAMAS

THE BAHAMAS

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

I had spent months working on this. Waiting for the big reveal. I was so excited for that morning to come! It was Thanksgiving weekend 2013, Wednesday morning, and I had planned an entire trip for Amelia, Julie, Natalie, Tony, and myself. The catch – I was the only one that knew where we were…

Affordable Fun for the Family in Bali

by lauren @ FrugalMonkey Discount Travel News

A downturn in tourism numbers makes Bali an affordable destination for a family vacation. With bargains at every turn and a host of family-friendly attractions, there’s never been a better time to visit. Where to Stay Family-friendly accommodation is easy to find across Bali. The country’s resorts welcome children with extras like complimentary kids’ clubs, […]

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Visit the Shandong Province

by adaptivitypro @ China Tour

The Shandong Province is full of history, adventure and modern-day excitement. Located in the eastern part of China, this province extends south to the Yellow River. It also overlooks the Korean Peninsula and the vast Japan Archipelago across the sea. This area is home to more than 90 million people and encompasses 60,235 square miles. […]

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Italy!

by jLiddy @ Fodor's Forum

Hey all, i am going to Italy in March for 2 weeks with my partner, we have most of our trip planned out. One thing we are looking for is some advice...

First Trip to Top 5 China’s Best Tourist Destinations in New Year

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

Which destination we should start with for our first trip in 2016? Play with snow, go sightseeing meaningful historic and cultural sites or discover famous cuisine? Let’s step into those beautiful scenic spots together, enjoying the most charming part of them. Jilin Rime Jilin Province is embosomed with mountains on four sides and three of […]

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Frugal Monkey’s Web Wrap

by lauren @ FrugalMonkey Discount Travel News

We might be past Hump Day, but the weekend still feels like it’s a lifetime away. You might not have a great getaway planned to escape the real world, but you can fantasize about one with these awesome travel blogs and excellent tourism articles. A Little Story … The Origins of Chocolate and Effects of […]

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Discover America’s Best Road Trips

by lauren @ FrugalMonkey Discount Travel News

If you can’t afford an overseas getaway, don’t think you’ve got to spend another year staring at the same four walls. A local road trip is an inexpensive vacation the whole family can enjoy. Read on to discover some of America’s best road trip routes. Explore the Wild West’s National Parks It’ll take you around […]

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Traveling safely with the allergy

by Tonya11 @ Fodor's Forum

*I'm planning my trip and want to make it safe and enjoyable. Advice me some tips for traveling safely with the allergy (urticaria). Should I visit...

Avoid the Crowds at the World’s Top Tourist Attractions

by lauren @ FrugalMonkey Discount Travel News

Crowds are the enemy of any frugal traveler. They only slow you down, forcing you to spend time in queues and being jostled about rather than enjoying the sites you’ve paid good money to see. Many of us think they’re part of seeing any major tourist attraction, but we’ve got a few sneaky secrets for […]

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Traveling safely with the allergy

by Tonya11 @ Fodor's Forum

*I'm planning my trip and want to make it safe and enjoyable. Advice me some tips for traveling safely with the allergy (urticaria). Should I visit...

Italy!

by jLiddy @ Fodor's Forum

Hey all, i am going to Italy in March for 2 weeks with my partner, we have most of our trip planned out. One thing we are looking for is some advice...

BEIJING – DAYS 7 & 8

BEIJING – DAYS 7 & 8

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

One of the ‘things’ to do in Beijing is see Mao’s body.  It was embalmed in 1946 and is publicly displayed every morning.  The lines are long, so it’s recommended to be up and waiting before the sun comes up.  Being the good tourists that we are, we were walking towards Tainanmen Square, where his…

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JAMAICA

JAMAICA

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

Tony and I had planned this trip over a long holiday weekend.  Living in Atlanta, it was easy to make a trip to the Caribbean for just a few days.  And with our newfound love of diving, how could we resist?  A few friends of ours had advised that Jamaica is overrated, but I wanted…

Most Popular World Heritage Sites in China

by adaptivitypro @ China Tour

World Heritage Sites are cultural or natural sites that are honored for bringing universal value to our world. To be deemed a World Heritage Site, a landmark must have special importance and represent a unique cultural or natural heritage. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) strives to protect and preserve these sites […]

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Shanghai Disneyland Theme Park Is Scheduled to Open Next Spring

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

Shanghai Disneyland is a park currently in development to be found in Pudong district of Shanghai, China. Opening in the spring of 2016, Shanghai Disneyland is trying a few new things not seen in other parks of this kind. Officials expect that the park will draw about 17 million visitors annually. “We are building something […]

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Philadelphia/DC in late June, possibly 4th of July?

by marvelousmouse @ Fodor's Forum

I had been considering a short trip to SF or San Diego this summer. And then I was googling the Mutter because I was trying to explain phrenology...

BEIJING – DAY 4

BEIJING – DAY 4

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

We again woke up at 4 am.  This would be an ongoing trend for the rest of the trip (and unfortunately, would carry through for a few weeks back in The States).  Matt was due to arrive around 10 am, so we headed out to find a new café before meeting up with him.  With…

Explore China’s History with the Silk Road Tour

by adaptivitypro @ China Tour

The Silk Road is an ancient network of trade routes that were developed during the Han Dynasty. This route linked trade in Asia, Europe and Africa. While a broad selection of merchandise traversed the Silk Road, the name is derived from Rome and the Western World’s fascination with Chinese silk. Gunpowder and paper, both invented […]

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

by reneebruns @ Wheels Travels

I carried sand around with me for weeks after that trip. I just couldn’t get rid of it. You see, it was stuck. Stuck in my wheel. The handrims on the sides of my wheelchair, that I use to propel myself, are hollow (to make the wheelchair lighter). There is a small hole, just a…

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Top 4 Famous Mountains of China for Appreciating Snowy Landscapes

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

For my part, snow is the only reason why I fall in love with winter. As winter approaches, I begin to look forward to snowing. But my hometown always lets me down since some time maybe due to global warming. There are four famous mountains we highly recommended to you to satisfy your desire for […]

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Naples, Fla Girls! weekend. Restaurant recommendations, please!

by SueOnTheMove @ Fodor's Forum

Hi! We will be a group of 6 women on our yearly let�s-run-away-from-our-children-for-the-weekend trip. (We LOVE our kids, but we also enjoy ways in...

Two-and-half-day Weekends to Improve Short Distance Tourism

by Pintu Kumar @ China Tour

On August 11, 2015, the general office of the state council issued a document, “Several Decisions on Further Promoting Tourism-related Investment and Consumption”, which optimizes vacation schedules to stimulate tourist consumer spending. The document suggested employers to give more flexibility in summer to provide employees with half-day vacations on Fridays creating a favorable condition for […]

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Trip Report Visit To China

by wendellhill @ Fodor's Forum

Hello, Everyone my query is the restriction of many social and other websites in China. I don't want to live like prisoners. Before my visiting, I...

Trip Report Visit To China

by wendellhill @ Fodor's Forum

Hello, Everyone my query is the restriction of many social and other websites in China. I don't want to live like prisoners. Before my visiting, I...

My Russian Aggie Family

by Bindu Thota @ Perspectives

After spending an eventful, memorable and bizarre week in Moscow, we headed for St. Petersburg for yet again another eventful, memorable, and bizarre week. Taking a boat cruise of the town, dancing with a creepy dressed-up Ben Franklin look-a-like, watching Matt Gee put on a black tar face mask that the ladies got from a beauty store without hesitation, being asked to moon walk for a video by a random tourist in Catherine’s Palace, whooping in front of the Peterhof Palace, and seeing a four-hour opera were all highlights of the week. However, my favorite part of the week was seeing St. Petersburg in the eyes of another Aggie, Maria Smolenskaya.

Semester abroad offers more than tourist attractions

by Shelby Potz-Nielsen ’13 @ Perspectives

My name is Shelby Potz-Nielsen and I am a senior finance major from Lake Kiowa, Texas. I recently declared a minor in Human Resource Development and am also working toward the Certificate in International Business. Before going on the Mays Exchange this past fall, I was lucky enough to grow up in a family of travelers so have been to Central America (Costa Rica, Belize, Caribbean) South America (Argentina, Uruguay, Chile), Australia, Asia (South Korea) and Europe (Spain, France, Belgium, Germany and Czech Republic).

itinerary and home base for Italian Riviera

by imgwiz @ Fodor's Forum

I am starting to plan a 9 day trip for myself and my husband in April - May and wanted to spend a few days exploring Cinque Terra. Thought we could...

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