Four Tips For Off Season Travel in Europe

It is an easy task to find a seasoned traveler applauding off-season travel to Europe. In the summer months, many parts of Europe can be so crowded that it is hard to enjoy all of the history, culture, cuisine and languages. While I do appreciate Europe in the summer months with all of its life and tourists, the off-season certainly appeals for the lower hotel rates, airfare deals and non-existent lines. However, Europe in the off-season can be tricky if you don’t know what to expect.

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Beyond The Cannoli: Four Sights To Feast on in San Francisco’s North Beach

Just as the hills of San Francisco twist and turn in different directions, so too do its neighborhoods. From one block to the next, you just might stumble upon a city within a city, one with its own culture, history and distinctive appeal. Easily one of San Francisco’s most well known neighborhoods is North Beach, the city’s own Little Italy.

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Athens, Greece for Kids

When I spent time in Athens, Greece in my early twenties, I was captivated by the history and culture of this vibrant city. As it turns out, Athens is just as awe-inspiring for young travelers as well. Here are my top four recommendations for things to do with the kids in Athens.

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Three Must-See “Lesser Known” Museums in Paris

There is much to love about France’s capital city, Paris. As the saying goes, “Paris is for lovers” – food lovers, history lovers, and, of course, art lovers. Here are my recommendations for when you've already seen Le Musée d’Orsay and the Louvre.

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Road Tripping Southeastern Colorado’s Historic Sites

When most think of Colorado, they think of snow sprinkled mountains and perhaps Denver for some city spirit. A vast majority of travelers bypass Colorado’s southeastern portion for more idyllic locales. However, Southeastern Colorado is worth a visit for its untouched nature. The terrain looks almost as it did from its days as an area for pioneers, traders and trappers in the 1880s. With vast grasslands and a trickling Arkansas River, Southeastern Colorado is naturally gifted if observed in a certain beholder’s eye. Part of what makes this portion of the state so unique is its wealth of historic sites. If you are considering a road trip a little off the normal Colorado mountain pass, here are a few historic stops to make in Southeastern Colorado that won’t disappoint.

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