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How to Enjoy Sydney on a Budget

by R. Carnavale January 19th, 2017
Given that Sydney is the world's sixth most expensive city, you will want to take advantage of low-cost sightseeing, transportation and accommodations, when you visit. You will also want to save on transportation by using Sydney's fantastic public transport system,
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4 Good Reasons Why Sydney is for Families

by Jessica B. January 12th, 2017
The toughest part about a family vacation to Sydney, Australia is without a doubt the air travel. If you and your kids manage to survive the lengthy flight or flights, you have a ton of great, family-friendly activities to choose from. Here are some of the many kid friendly activities you can enjoy in Sydney. Start planning your trip today.

1) Taronga zoo – This zoo is fun to visit no matter what your age. Spend your afternoon looking at
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5 Romantic Things to do in Sydney

by Jessica B. January 5th, 2017
If you are looking for a romantic getaway for your honeymoon, or just a romantic escape, Sydney is a great destination. There are a ton of beautiful and romantic spots and activities to choose from. Here are five of my favorite romantic things to do during a stay in Sydney. Enjoy!

1) A romantic picnic lunch – You know those picnics you see in the movies with the perfectly prepared sandwiches, the tablecloth, cloth napkins
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  • 10 Ways to Save Money on Your Trip to Germany

    by R. Carnavale December 22nd, 2016
    A trip to Germany conjures up images of Old-World charm, lots of culture and sky-high prices, but it doesn't have to be that way given that there are several ways to save money on your trip to Germany. When you're planning your trip, book as early as possible and try to travel during the off-season and shoulder periods (January through March and October and November). You'll find that flights
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  • Family Travel in Germany

    by Jessica B. December 15th, 2016
    Germany is a great place to take kids of all ages. With romantic castles, big cities, world-class skiing and schnitzel, there is no reason why your kids won’t love a getaway to Germany. Here are some of my favorite kid friendly sites in Germany. If you have some favorites, please share. I’m planning a family trip to Berlin in two months.

    Fairy Tale Road – Bring your book of Brothers
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  • Group Tours in Germany

    by Jessica B. December 8th, 2016
    If you are planning on visiting Germany, booking a group tour can be a great way to see more of the country and get to know a bit about the culture. There are a lot of options to choose from, but here are a few types of tours that are well worth looking into. While Germany is not a tricky country to travel around on your own, a group
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