Escape Like Houdini: 7 Gap Year Sites for Adults

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Source: Global Volunteer Network Need help planning your escape from the 9-5 grind? You’ve come to the right place and clicked on exactly the right post. Students usually take a gap year during college, but it has become increasingly popular with professionals yearning for fulfillment outside of the rat race. Adults embark on these career breaks to recharge their batteries while travelling,...

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Save Money Traveling With Free Attractions

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We have a family of five, so we have to be a bit conservative with our money. That means when we plan a vacation, we can’t simply choose based on a particular locale we want to visit.  We have to carefully consider how much the vacation will cost us overall. Most people do this by considering the price of accommodations and travel to and from the vacation city.  Sure, those factors are important,...

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The Ultimate Guide to Spain for Every Type of Traveller

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Spain offers distinctive experiences for every traveller. The alluring landscape of plains, valleys and beautiful smooth coastline sits among vibrant communities that eagerly welcomes visitors. These destinations provide a variety of choices that suit any budget consideration. Here’s an overview of some of the major points of interest and what they have to offer all kinds of holidaymaker… Madrid An...

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Seeing Berlin, Germany – Free!

Last year, Brian and I travelled to Germany for three weeks in the summer.  It was an amazing trip and we are itching to go back!  We budgeted spent $3000 each, including all accommodations, food, flight, and spending – not bad!  We spent some money on attractions and events, but there are there are lots of free tourist options for seeing Germany as well. Brandenburg Tor Brandenburg Tor: This...

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