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    Are passport Covers really necessary?

    Are passport Covers really necessary?
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    People ask this question a lot: Are passport Covers really necessary?Is anything really necessary? You are the master of your domain. You decide what's necessary. But I will tell you...

    Recco Italy Is The Home of Foccacia Bread

    Recco Italy Is The Home of Foccacia Bread
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    Oh. My. God.   When we got to Recco, Italy, I didn't know it was where Foccacia was invented.  Plus, the foccacia bread in Recco isn't what you think.  It's...

    Be Careful Renting Cars in Europe - Standards and Compentency is way different

    Be Careful Renting Cars in Europe - Standards and Compentency is way different
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    Be careful renting cars in Europe. We recently rented a car from Hertz in France. We got the car at the end of our cruise trip down the somme river....

    Ice Hotel

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    Ice Hotel, Jukkasjärvi Sweden The first Ice Hotel that I know of is in near the arctic circle in the small village of Jukkasjärvi Sweden.  In the winter they construct rooms from Ice...

    10 Things To Do in and Around Havana Cuba

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    Here are some tips if you're traveling to Cuba.  10 Things you can do in and around Havana.  First a little Background:  Havana was founded by the Spanish in the...

    Tips to Avoid and Cover any Passport Problem before it happens

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    Passport issues can be rather complicated.  There are rules for every aspect of getting issued a passport, no matter what country.  Furthermore there are all kinds of issues that a...

    Top Six Reasons to Use a Passport Holder or Passport Cover

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    A Passport holder is easily identifiable.  If you have a bunch of stuff in your bag or purse you can always find your passport by the style of the holder.

    Passport to Italy: Visiting Tuscany around Monteriggioni and beyond Part 1

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     Several years ago I went on a meditation retreat to Tuscany.  The place was an 11th Century farm built in the crater of a volcano, just outside  Monteriggione.  To say...

    Top 5 Pink Passport Holders from 11:11 Enterprises

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    Here you go.  Here are our top five picks for pink passport holders in the 11:11 Collection.  We have over 75 different styles of passport holder and many of them...

    Ornate Finch Makes for a Good Travel Passport Holder

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     We're happy to present to you the ornate finch travel passport holder from 11:11 Enterprises.  This is a fun design that is sure to please women and men alike, but...

    Relax in Spritual Comfort at the Sage HIlls Retreat in Cedar City Utah

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    For thousands of years, human kind have created sacred spaces and sanctuary's where all can come and feel comfort, connect with like
    minded beings, and restore their natural rhythms.  In nature one can connect to the timeless, Universal cycles, and most importantly, rediscover the inate soul connection within.  Sage Hills is such a place.
     

    Tips for Passport Holders Traveling to Cuba

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     I waved my hand as if to say, "it's okay, I want you to."  Again, the woman, an older version of the brown-eyed girl I saw on the way in, refused.  Rather than push the issue, I sat down to wait for the flight.

    Traveling to Cuba from the U.S.A.

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    How do so many tourists from the U.S. go to Cuba without the proper visa?  Well, I will say I've never done it illegally (dusts chip on shoulder.) I did run into several Americans down there who were traveling incognito and I got the skinny from one guy, Danny. 

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