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Sicily Mixes Nature, History and Culture With The Unexpected

Residents of the triangular-shaped Italian island exhibit a friendliness and self-deprecating humor that make them one reason to visit.

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Sicily: Where What’s Not The Itinerary is as important as What is

Admittedly, exploring the old medieval city of Modica was fascinating, but it couldn’t compare with the unexpected joy rides in vintage iconic Fiat 500 sports cars over hilly, twisty, curvy, windy, narrow, cobblestone streets.

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Savannah Comes to Life Through Stories, History

Savannah may conjure thoughts of John Berendt’s 1994 book and subsequent movie, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, about a murder that took place in the Mercer-Williams House.

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You Can Explore Dubai While Changing Planes

Dubai International Airport recently surpassed London’s Heathrow as the world’s busiest international air travel hub.

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Exploring ghost tours in St. Augustine

At 450+ years, St. Augustine, Fla., is America’s oldest city. There’s a lot to recommend a city that old; history, ancient (for the states) architecture, Spanish culture.

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From theme cruises to tours genealogy travel is hot

Planning a visit to Poland, where his ancestors had lived, Bernard Janicki went online and tracked down the parish priest in the village where his mother had been born.

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