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    Take the 80 Day Race Sustainability Challenge!

    Jules Verne started it all with his iconic book Around the World in Eighty Days, which tells the tale of a wealthy London businessman daring to circumnavigate the globe in an unbelievably short (for 1872) 80 days. Today, a group of entrepreneurs and adventurers are extending the same challenge to you. Here’s what they have to […] More

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    Guided Electric Bike Tours Of Sydney

    The newest way to see Sydney, Australia is onboard an electric GoCycle as part of a guided tour from Blue Bananas. To date, their guests have traveled more than 2,200 kilometers from the Sydney Opera House to Mrs. McQuarrie’s Chair on the shores of Sydney Harbor. The company’s website proclaims: “Our guided electric bike tours […] More

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    Come Back To Harlem

    The Harlem section of New York City has been a center for cultural and culinary artistry for nearly a century. Recently NYC Go is inviting visitors to come back to Harlem to rediscover all it has to offer. Restaurants abound and none better for capturing the essence of the neighborhood than The Red Rooster on Lenox […] More

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    Food Tourism In California

    Food tourism has arrived in California. When it comes to choosing a destination, more and more travelers are letting their taste buds decide. The growth of the farm to fork movement is an important component for travelers to the state. Increased interest in urban gardening is also a powerful lure for many visitors. Visit California has designated January […] More

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    Kayak Trails In The Florida Panhandle

    With the addition of The Upper Chipola River Paddling Trail, there are now 51 kayak trails in the State of Florida catering to those who love to be out and about in nature and maybe do a little fishing as well. According to Panhandle.com, the trail was dedicated oin Decmeber 13, 2014 and makes the third […] More

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    Havana Day Dreaming In Cuba

    More tourists visit Cuba every year than any other island in the Caribbean except the Dominican Republic, according to the Caribbean Tourism Organization. In fact, Cuba has more than 3,000,000 tourist a year according to the World Bank. That’s more than Iceland, Cyprus, Ecuador, New Zealand, Qatar, or Costa Rica. For the past 50 years, Americans […] More

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    Visit Finland This Summer

    Finland is cold and dark in winter, but warm and sunny in summer, with temperatures in the 80’s twenty four hours a day. That’s the time for boating, beaching, biking, and hiking, plus festivals great and small throughout the country. The bicycle is the preferred means of transportation in most of the country. Because Finland is […] More