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Best Eco-friendly Carry-on Luggage

You probably just read my best eco-friendly personal item bag and want to know about where to find the best eco-friendly carry-on luggage, right? You’re in the right place! Here are my top 10 picks

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Hiker in hammock traveling alone

Advantages of Traveling Alone in 2020

Traveling solo already has multiple advantages, but I feel these advantages can only be amplified during pandemic travel. If you have to travel now, here is my list of advantages of traveling alone in 2020

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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

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Innsbruck Austria skyline

See Italy and Austria in 2 Weeks

Revised 4/30/20. I hope you enjoyed Part 1 of my “2 Week Vacation” series on seeing Central and Northern Italy in 2 Weeks!  If you’re wanting to cover more than one country in your two

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15 Eco-Friendly Travel Products

It’s hard enough these days hearing about greenhouse gas emissions, climate change effects, and plastic-clogged oceans and wondering how you can help prevent these.  Now throw in travel and you wonder how you can keep

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The Hoover Dam Arizona

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

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McAfee Knob Virginia hiker

3-Day Hiking in Southwest Virginia

If you like to explore the outdoors with amazing trails, wildlife and scenic views, you surely need to make hiking Southwest Virginia your next hiking vacation destination.  Like this? Share it with others! Table of

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Siena Italy skyline

Siena on a Budget 2-Day Itinerary

Revised 5/5/20. If you’ve read my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy then you’re here to read how to spend three days in Siena on a budget, yes? Great! Here I will break down

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Rome on a Budget 3-Day Itinerary

Revised 5/5/20. If you’ve read my How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy then you’re here to read how to spend three days in Rome on a budget, yes? Great! Here I will break down

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How to Spend One Day in Brisbane for FREE

Revised 5/2/20. Going to Queensland Australia?  Why not visit the its capital, Brisbane?  Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city and touted for its fabulous weather year-round. I visited my mates down under for two weeks

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How to Spend 2 Weeks in Italy

Revised 4/29/20. As promised in my 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! My 2

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View of Varenna from Lake Como to inspire people to travel

Excuses Not to Travel Debunked

(Revised 4/28/20) 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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Tourists traveling up Sugarloaf Mtn in tram Rio de Janeiro

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

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

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The River Seine and Eiffel Tower Paris France

Have Map, Will Travel

Rev. 4/24/20 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

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Arc de Triumph Paris France cityscape

Planning Your First Solo Trip Step 1

Revised 4/2/20 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

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