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Everyone should find time to travel. It's the one thing that gets us out of our comfort zone and into the big wide world. There are a lifetime of experiences to be had here at home in the US or abroad in far-flung destinations. In this blog I will bring together a collection of stories about my adventures and those of other travel writers.

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Top Sites in Wisconsin for Disabled Tourists

According In 1990, legislation was enacted prohibiting discrimination among people with disabilities in different These lead buildings to ensure elevators and ramps were accessible for everyone. There are also additional projects with superb accessible features for people with disabilities that allow people who are physically challenged to go beyond usual. For example, the use of a beach wheelchair allows a person to be taken to the beach’s sandy shores without a problem.

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Scenic Road Trips in Italy

Exploring Italy by car is obviously much better than sticking to rail, but it is not for amateur drivers. You will need to watch out for hotheaded locals and complicated twisted roads. You just have to be brave and have patience (especially when those narrow alleys are full), because many of the scenic views of the country can only be viewed by car.

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The Most Scenic American Train Rides

But if Cascade Train This 156-mile trip through the Pacific Northwest is a journey through green forests. Once you get to Seattle, the ride becomes more interesting. As it passes along Puget Sound, you might get a view of the Olympic Mountains on the western side. 2. Cass Scenic Railroad Take this road to enjoy the scenery and the old-style locomotives that used to transport wood to mining camps.

The first is the 32-mile Tuckasegee River Excursion which passes by the green valleys and old bridges before pulling into the small town of Dillsboro

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Mountains in Teton National Park in Wyoming

Your Wyoming Adventure Itinerary

The home of the cowboys and the first national park in the whole world has enough natural landscapes to explore for weeks or months. In fact, even locals will always have new corners to discover, as this state simply has so many treasures. Here is a sample itinerary that allows you to capture the highlights in a shorter amount of time.

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Must-see Places in Arkansas

Arkansas is not at the top of the list of states to visit by international travelers, mostly because they prefer to see the bigger cities. But if you are looking for breathtaking nature, then head over to The Natural State, where there is a long list of beautiful places for you to explore. 1. Garvan Woodland Gardens The Hot Springs National Park is quite popular as a tourist destination but you should make sure to also check these gardens not so far away.

But now it is the site of Wakarusa, a multi-day music fest that is normally held in June

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Kilimanjaro Climbing Experience

Climbing the Kilimanjaro is an unforgettable experience, one that you can enjoy even if you are not an expert climber. While it still does not mean that you simply decide to do the climb without any preparation at all, it does not require any climbing expertise. The biggest challenge is acclimatizing to the high altitudes, though this can be solved by adopting the right approach.

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Arizona’s Best Tourist Routes

If there is one thing you will remember about Arizona, it’s the Grand Canyon. Every year, thousands of tourists flock to this place to witness the changing colors of the rock formations. But what people don’t know is that there are other things to do in Arizona than explore Every year, thousands of tourists flock to this place to witness the changing colors of the rock formations.

Here, you’ll get to see where gunfights are filmed and even tour the Boothill Graveyard. These four road trip routes are just some of the many trips you can take in Arizona

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Most Wonderfully Remote Places in South America

The huge continent of South America has been drawing visitors for decades, because of its archaeological sites and breathtaking sceneries. While access to some of these sites has improved in the last years, there are still many that have remained hidden to most of the world. Visiting these places might mean hours of bus or boat rides but every single minute is worth it once you see what they have to offer.

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