Travel Blog

Viewing entries posted in 2015
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3,000 years of culture and cuisine

One trip to Rome and you’ll wonder why anyone ever leaves. Here you’ll find the freshest, finest cuisine, relics of historical grandeur and locals who know how to enjoy the best life offers.

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An everlasting impression of historic Normandy

Commemorating the 70th anniversary to the end of World War 2, the world continues to visit the beaches at Normandy to revere those who fought in the epic World War II battle, D-Day.

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Spout off in style

Yellowstone was the first. Established as the world's first national park in 1872, its collection of geysers, boiling mud pots and scalding waters provides a geologic wonderland unlike any other. The park’s population of wild bison, bears, beavers and bighorn sheep — among numerous other species — provide more thrills than any zoo could conjure.

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Where you can be happy out

Aye, many a traveler has fancied sipping a pint of Guinness in an Irish pub. That goes double for Dublin, Ireland’s capital city where the thick dense stout is brewed. But to single out this historic city for being an imbiber’s paradise would be selling the city short, for Dublin also is famous for spawning giants of literature, music and film.

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Where Game of Thrones comes to life

You won’t find the country of Westeros on a map, or King’s Landing. But fans of wildly popular television series Game of Thrones know King’s Landing as the capital of the Seven Kingdoms realm, where the show’s most memorable scenes were filmed. Thankfully, because the HBO epic isn’t entirely a computer-generated illusion, devotees of the George R. R. Martin stories can tour the real-life streets of King’s Landing in the form of Dubrovnik, Croatia.

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Experience a glorious army of treasures

The Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Xi'an in China is a vast, ceramic army on the grandest scale. In fact, it is an archeological find so significant, it has many travelers revising their bucket lists.

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Enjoy a royal journey along the Danish Riviera

“To be or not to be? That is the question.” If Hamlet had been referring to a luxurious, AutoVenture vacation in Denmark’s North Zealand, instead of his own angst-ridden existence, his answer might have been a lot more cheerful.

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"You may have the universe if I may have Italy"

Giuseppe Verdi, the famed 19th century, Italian opera composer, easily could have been speaking of Tuscany when he expressed his love for his homeland. After all, there’s no better place to capture the riches of Italian life better than Tuscany, known for its incomparable food and wines, rich art and architecture, and its vivacious, friendly people.

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Experience the art of wine making

Some wine aficionados relish the tasting protocol of squinting, swirling, sniffing, sipping and then spitting … while others prefer to simply pop a cork, take a hearty gulp and smack their lips. No matter what your approach is to enjoying a fine glass of wine, you will have a memorable time touring bountiful Napa Valley with AutoVenture as your guide.

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Sri Lanka

A spice-filled adventure to the pearl of the Indian Ocean

Discovering Sri Lanka is akin to sitting down to a gourmet feast of limitless possibilities. Every stop will quicken your pulse and tantalize your senses, from the expansive spice gardens in Matale, the heartwarming elephant orphanage, to the unforgettable climb up the rock palace of Sigiriya.

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