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Spectacular South of France in 3 Days

Where to go in France for a weekend? Hit the South of France. From the French Riviera to Provence wine tasting, this South of France in 3 days is a full, yet relaxing, travel itinerary – no car

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Ways to Travel Without Traveling Over 40

10 Ways to Travel Without Traveling Over 40

There may be reasons why you can’t travel when you want to (who said “pandemic”?), but don’t fret. There are ways to feel like you’re getting away without leaving home. Try these 10 ways to travel without traveling over 40. They’ll get you through those tough, non-travel times.

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10 Best Eco-friendly Carry-on Luggage

Nothing goes with the best eco-friendly personal item bag like the best eco-friendly carry-on luggage. Here are my top 10 picks to support eco-friendly and sustainable brands while reducing your impact on the environment in your over 40 solo travel.

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Person in airport with hand luggage

10 Best Eco-friendly Personal Item Bag for Planes

Want to be eco-friendly in your over 40 solo travel? Using eco-friendly baggage is a good place to start. Here are my 10 picks for best eco-friendly personal item bags for planes so you can reduce your impact on the environment while supporting eco-friendly and sustainable brands.

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Champagne day trip itinerary from Paris to Reims

Champagne Day Trip from Paris to Reims Without a Car

You’re going to Paris, but want to get outside the city for a day? Sipping bubbly, touring champagne caverns, and enjoying more of France’s history and architecture can all be done on your over 40 solo travel with this epic Champagne day trip from Paris to Reims without a car.

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Plan Your Eiffel Tower Visit in Paris

How to Plan Your Eiffel Tower Visit in Paris

When someone hears of Paris, they cannot help think of the Eiffel Tower. If you are going to Paris for the first time, let me provide you vital tips on how to plan your Eiffel Tower visit in Paris so you don’t walk away from your solo trip to Paris with any regrets.

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Plan for a Solo Road Trip-The Expert Tips

The Expert Tips for Planning a Solo Road Trip

Want to see the USA solo by car but have no clue how to plan? Here are the expert tips for planning a solo road trip across the U.S. from the female, solo traveler who’s driven tens of thousands of miles across America.

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New York City 4 day Itinerary

New York City in 4 Days Solo Over 40

Never been to New York City and have a long weekend to see the top sights solo? Here’s a great New York City 4 day itinerary for any first-time, or second-time, visitor to capture the most in

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How to Save Money for Solo Travel

How to Save Money for Solo Travel

By now you’ve read my first three steps in starting to solo travel:  Planning Your First Solo Trip,  How to Choose Your First Solo Travel Destination, and How to Create a Solo Travel Budget and thinking, this is great information,

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How to Create a Travel Budget

How to Create a Travel Budget for Solo Travel

You’ve finished Step 2 – How to Choose Your First Solo Travel Destination and now you’re pumped to get started on planning that solo trip. Take the next step: learn how to create a travel budget for solo travel to ensure a successful trip.

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One Day in San Francisco

Top Sights in One Day in San Francisco on Foot

Going to San Francisco for a day, or just have a long layover, and want to see as much as you can? For Free? No worries. I used to live in the Bay Area and have prepared a self-guided walking tour for you to see top sights in one day in San Francisco on foot. Yep, no car required.

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Venice 2 Day Itinerary and Travel Guide

Best of Venice 2 Day Solo Itinerary

If you’re using my How to See Italy and Austria in 2 Weeks Solo and planned your 4 Days in Vienna, you’re now wrapping up your travel planning to find the best Venice 2 day solo itinerary full of bridges and canals, water taxis, Italian history, and an optional day trip to Verona or Padua to absorb as much of Italy you can.

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Vienna 4 Day Itinerary and Travel Guide

Vienna 4 Day Itinerary for Solo Travel

From my How to See Italy and Austria in 2 Weeks Solo you’re now ready to plan the Vienna leg of your trip, yes? Fabulous, because Vienna can easily be the highlight of your 2 week trip. Here’s my Vienna 4 day itinerary (with the Wachau Valley) perfect for solotravel, budget or not.

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Salzburg on a Budget 2 Day Itinerary

See Salzburg on a Budget in 2 Days Solo

If you’re using my How to See Italy and Austria in 2 Weeks Solo and planned your Innsbruck on a Budget in 1 Day Solo. Now you’re ready to plan the next leg by learning how you can do Salzburg on budget in 2 days solo. Good for you.

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Innsbruck on a Budget 1 Day Itinerary

Innsbruck on a Budget in 1 Day Solo

If you’re using my “How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy” and planned your 2 Days in Verona on a Budget. Now you’re ready to venture into Austria and find out how I saw the best of Innsbruck on budget in 1 day full of amazing food and beer, outdoor activities, scenic Alps, history and beautiful architecture.

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tourists walking in plaza

15 Top Eco-Friendly Travel Products

It’s hard enough wondering how you can prevent greenhouse gas emissions, climate change effects, and plastic-clogged oceans in your daily lifestyle. Throw in travel and you wonder how you can keep up? It’s simple: flex your conscious consumer muscle with zero waste, eco-friendly travel products.

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Top 10 Eco-Travel Tips for All Travel

Want to know how you can protect the environment while you travel? Keep reading to learn about ecotourism and the top ten eco-travel tips you can use to be “eco” in all of your travels.

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How to Tour the Hoover Dam

How to Tour Hoover Dam

Whether you find yourself anywhere in the vicinity from Las Vegas, Nevada, or you’re doing a Las Vegas to Denver road trip, the Hoover Dam is an attraction must, and here are my tips on how to

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3-Day Hiking in Southwest Virginia

3 Day Hiking in Southwest Virginia Itinerary

If you like to explore the outdoors with amazing trails, wildlife and scenic views, you need to make hiking Southwest Virginia your next vacation. My 3 day hiking in Southwest Virginia itinerary can get you planning.

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Verona Italy- Budget 2 Day Itinerary

Best of Verona on a Budget in 2 Days Solo

If you’re using my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy and planned your 2 Days in Milan, you’re now wrapping up your Italy travel planning with finding out how to see my fair Verona on a budget in 2 days that include scenic views, a nod to Shakespeare, roman ruins, an amazing wine festival, and an optional day trip to Padua and opportunity to soak in a little more Italy.

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Milan Duomo - Budget 2 Day Itinerary

Best of Milan on a Budget in 2 Days Solo

If you’re using my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy and planned your 4 Days in Florence, now you’re ready to find out how I saw Milan on budget in 2 days, packed with epic architecture and art, and an option for a day trip to Lake Como. Bonus!

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Florence Italy skyline - Budget 4-Day Itinerary

Florence on a Budget in 4 Days Solo

If you’re using my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy and planned your 2 Days in Siena, now you’re ready to find out how I saw Florence on budget in 4 days, packed with art, historic sites, wine tasting and an Italian cooking class with dinner. You won’t want to miss this itinerary.

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Il Campo Siena Italy - Budget 2 Day Itinerary

Siena on a Budget in 2 Days Solo

If you’re using my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy and planned your 3 Days in Rome, now you’re ready to find out how I saw Siena on budget in 2 days, full with historic sites, Tuscany countryside, and Montalcino wine tasting.

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5 Activities in Cairns Australia

5 Must Do Activities in Cairns, Australia

What are the must do activities in Cairns, Australia for an amazing vacation? Here are five amazing, and sometimes FREE, activities in Cairns I enjoyed in five, leisurely days without a car. Try one on each day when you visit Cairns, solo or not.

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Florence Duomo on 2 Week Italy Itinerary

How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy Solo

As promised in “Excuses Not to Travel Debunked”, I am launching here my “2 Week Vacation” series, starting in Europe, to inspire you to get out and see the world. So, let’s get started with 2 weeks in Italy.

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Excuses Not to Travel Debunked

Excuses Not to Travel Debunked

It’s common knowledge amongst Americans that we do not travel as much as we’d like, either due to lack of time, money, fear, or other reasons.  I touched upon this in my post,

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Why Don't Americans Travel

Why Don’t Americans Travel?

One of the reasons why I started the CORR Travel blog was due to the continual feedback I’ve received from people in my country when I talk with them about my travels.  Feedback such as,

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6 Tips to Avoid Airport Lines

How to Save Time in Airport Lines

Let’s face it, the air travel experience is not what it used to be.  Remember the days when you could arrive at the airport 10 minutes before your flight left, cruise through security in ten seconds by just

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Benefits of a Tourist Walking Map

Have Map, Will Travel

Remember how I mentioned the importance of knowing your starting and end points on your walking map in Five Basic Tips for the Novice International Tourist?  Well, here is a little example as to why.

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Planning Your First Solo Trip Step 1

You’re ready to start traveling solo for the first time. Great! You’ve been reading online articles and blogs about what’s important and what not so important in solo travel planning. You may start to feel

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