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European Travelling 101: Planes, Trains, and Buses... oh my!

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By: Megan Stephenson

Europe is a popular travel destination and there are a lot of options for getting around. Megan helps keep it simple and explains the pros and cons of European travel.

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From Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Co-Founder, Global Events Group, a non-profit specializing in community sports development....

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Ingrid and Roy

From Amsterdam, Netherlands

<p>"Imagination is as good as many voyages - and how much cheaper" (<a href="">George William Curtis</a>)</p><p>"But the real thing is a lot more fun" (<a href="">Ingrid and Roy</a>)</p>...

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From Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada

Well.. what to say. I grew up in a small town on vancouver island. Headed to vancouver after i finished high school to get an education. That took 5 years and a bunch of cash. After I finished university, like every other young graduate, I wanted to take off and see the world. This however was not ment to be....The sad truth was that over the last five years I managed to wrack up a total of $23K of loans so my travelling would have to w...

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From That depends on what you call 'home'.

I am an avid adventurer, outdoor photographer, and humanitarian ... when I can break free from the confines of my equally consuming and usually fascinating gainful employment.  I usually take big trips with my little sister, Julie, and take smaller trips by myself or with other friends. ...

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Experienced By: lamundsen

Time basically ran out on us and we were left with only two further stops in Turkey: Pamukkale and Selçuk.  It's a fair hike on a bus to get from the coast to Pamukkale but the dual attractions of the white, mineral water filled terraces and the ruins of ancient Hierapolis make it a worthwhile trip. We booked in for two days but should have only stayed one as the town  of Pamukkale itself was an oddly se... Read More »

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Experienced By: lamundsen

After a week of yet again relaxing it was time to hit the road (or sea) again for a little last minute touring before heading home. Our first stop was the town of Kota Bahru which is located in the north eastern province of Kelantan, a centre of Malay culture and Islamic tradition. Here you still see women going about their daily business dressed in traditional costumes highly influenced by the local craft of batik printing. ... Read More »

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Experienced By: d_weisk

As we sadly left Toblach, we looked forward to the next phase of out trip. After a night in Innsbruck, Austria we were off to Germany for one final week. Starting in the very south of Bavaria we spent a night and day in Fussen, the location of the fairytale castle of Neuschweintstein. This was to be our last night in hotels and we had a nice place just outside of the village. We spent sometime exploring ... Read More »

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Experienced By: lamundsen

We had barely touched down in Vancouver after our four month European trip before taking off again. This time to Mexico for a two week trip. The attraction was a rendezvous with a group of friends we call the "villa people". This was our third séjour in a villa, the first time being in Umbria, Italy and the second Corsica, France. The villa this time was situated near the center of a beautiful Spanish colonia... Read More »