Transportation problems
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How To Handle Transportation Problems With Airlines

This winter has seen even more transportation problems than before, and so many complaints going with them. In fact, I can notice that having some difficulties at one point during your trip, is becoming a norm. I try to instil a will for travelling when I’m writing; I’m most certainly concerned about these increasing difficulties. […]

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The Canadian
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Postcard From The Canadian Railway

Today I want to tell you a lovely winter tale. This one is precious because it exists and we lived it during these holidays! When we set foot on the Canadian soil this summer, the first thing we did was to book some tickets for the famous Trans-Canada railway trip. The line runs between Toronto and […]

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Nice
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4+ things to do in Nice in South of France in Winter

 1- A walk on the “Promenade des Anglais” a different luxury http://www.nice-tourism.com/en/nice-attractions/promenades-and-pedestrian-areas-in-nice/promenade-des-anglais.html Walking in Nice is always a pleasure. It is the very best sunny place, beautiful hotels, blue sea, amazing lights and reflections. People are jogging or merely having their daily walk along the sidewalk. It is a place perfect for both sports and […]

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Postcard From An Apple Farm In Autumn In Canada

As you will see, we apparently missed the apple picking season. But we, all the same, had the most wonderful time while visiting Pine Tree Apple Orchard. Wandering the orchard We looked for apples… This is all we could find: Nevertheless, we had a great time walking: What we found Most beautiful fall colors: A pumpkin […]

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Cornwall
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The 8 Pieces Of Wisdom About Cornwall in England

We drove for few days along the roads of Cornwall in south-west England a few months ago. That says how much it’s difficult for me to keep up with our voyages. Well, that said I’m thrilled to come back to this one because it was a delightful discovery well upon expectations. What about Cornwall? The first […]

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Moors Postcard
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Postcard From The English Moors

If there is something you should consider when Visiting England, it’s walking. This country and I may say even Great Britain has master the art of walks on its green soil. Therefore, my English Moors Postcard, which I hope, will give you a first taste of what walking means from the English Countryside. Dramatic skies […]

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Photo Guide Venice
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Photo Guide Venice, Italy

This “Photo Album Venice, Italy” series is inviting you in the mysterious streets of Venice. This almost two thousands year old city takes its roots in the Roman history. But the very tradition and government of the famous Doges if Venice started in the 6th century. The city has been for long, only accessible by sea routes. […]

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quebec postcard
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Postcard From A Cabin in Quebec Canada

A few months ago, this summer more precisely, we started a series of “Postcards from SageOnEarth.” As a matter of fact, they were quite successful. As I loved sending them, I decided to write some on a regular basis to present our wanders. So here is our “SageOnEarth Cabin in Quebec Postcard” for October! Enjoy. […]

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