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Amazingly Romantic Day Trips from Brussels

Brussels is romantic in itself. With an overwhelming feast of delicious chocolates, beers, pastries, food and phenomenal architecture like the Grand Place, there’s a lot for couples to love. But Brussels is also a base to explore beautiful and romantic towns in Belgium and neighboring Holland, France and Germany. Paris is around 90 minutes by train, so…

Adventures in the Muslim World: Morocco to Malaysia

Barely into his presidency, Donald Trump signed an executive order to temporarily ban residents of seven countries in the Muslim world from entering the United States. While the justice system has ruled it to be un-consitutional and has tied it up in courts, hundreds of thousands of people have reportedly had their visas revoked, and…

Couples Share Travel Tips for Valentine’s Day

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re proud to feature couples from around the world who love to travel. Stories here include those by journalists, a U.S. Marine, writers, bloggers, doctors, IT workers and other walks of life. These wonderful couples share travel tips for romance on the road, inspiring us with tales of amazing destinations that…

Romantic Winter Road Trips from Boston

If you’re spontaneously making Valentine’s Day plans in the northeast or have another romantic occasion coming up, we have you covered. Before recently relocating back to Florida to be snowbirds for a season, we lived in Boston for two and a half years. We experienced a lot of New England year round, but there were…

The Mayan Pyramids of Chacchoben

If you enjoy Caribbean cruises, there’s an excellent chance you’re going to visit Costa Maya, Mexico at some point. Several cruise companies, including Norwegian Cruise Line, who we recently sailed with, make Costa Maya a popular port of call. The most unique excursion you can take from Costa Maya is to see the spectacular Mayan pyramids…