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City breaks in Germany that aren’t Berlin

When it comes to taking weekend trips to Germany, the first impulse of many travelers is to reflexively book lsĀ hotel in Berlin, as this deeply interesting city has much to offer its visitors. However, there is more to this country than just the capital, as there are numerous cities with attractive qualities that are just […]

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Making the most of a weekend city break in Toronto

Heading to Canada’s first city for some relaxation soon? If making the most of a weekend city break in Toronto is your goal, this post will help you do just that…! Pick a crashing spot that is congruent with your needs In order to have an excellent weekend in Toronto, picking a hotel that resonates […]

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Escaping Tokyo: top 4 spots for a weekend getaway in Japan

Looking for a weekend getaway in Japan? In the high pressure environments of Japanese firms, stress can build up easily, making it important to relive it regularly. The following destinations will accomplish this handily, allowing you to achieve the proper balance between your job and your life. 1) Hakone Located within an hour and a […]

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Uncovering the secrets of Canada’s Northwest Territories

When most tourists head out on a Canadian holiday, they have a number of destinations in mind that would make sense to the casual observer. Vancouver, the Canadian Rockies, Toronto, Montreal. If they are feeling saucy, they might also head down to that often forgotten patch of land on the East Coast known as Atlantic […]

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An Australian City Air Crawl

Throughout the airline industry, a ticket known as a round the world fare has long been available to those seeking to clear up the complex logistics behind buying flights on such a long journey. While this obviously has been shown to be popular among travelers on a global scale, there are smaller options that allow […]

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