France: Biking through Versailles

Let them eat cake!

Whether or not you picture Marie Antionette tossing cake down at an angry mob of peasants (she didn’t), Versailles has long been a town of discussion and change. With so much to see and do, visiting Versailles and its famous palace can be a bit daunting. Luckily, I found a tour group that would let me bike through it!

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Scotland: Hiking in the Highlands

“They may take away our lives, but they’ll never take away our freedom!”

If the inspiring words of William Wallace ring in your ear, or perhaps the phrase “Sassenach,” is whispered by a young Jaime Fraser instead, you should take to the hills – or, the Highlands!

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The Caribbean: Cruising in Luxury on the Allure of the Seas

Ever want to feel like a princess or prince of the sea? Not a cruise person but still want to take a cruise?

Cruising can be a different experience for everyone. There are cruise people, people who hate cruises, and people who aren’t cruise people but they still take cruises – if that makes sense. Cruises can be a fun time for everyone, you just have to utilize what is offered to you!

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South Korea: The Boryeong Mud Festival

A hot spot to see other foreigners, the Boryeong Mud Festival in South Korea has attracted tourists for years. Originally used as a campaign to promote the cosmetics that come from the Boryeong mud, the festival has grown into a two week extravaganza of mud, mud slides, mud wrestling, and mud obstacle courses.

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