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The 12 Points Festival is a Dublin based festival that features the hottest new jazz sounds and related music from across Europe. The festival (12points.ie; Sept 5-8) celebrates is twelfth birthday this year with artists visiting from Paris, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Vienna, Porto, Ghent, London, Oslo, Geneva and Ljubljana.... so what better excuse to ask them for their insider travel tips! Paris...
The view from Edinburgh CastlePhoto: Dun.canThe travel tips for Edinburgh, Scotland got real sweary, in a good way. Here are the highlights of this week’s Hack Your City. Most of the tips below are from longer comments, so go read the full comments under the Staff tab in our Monday post. Read them in your best worst...
Good lord, our readers left 121 comments with tips on visiting and living in Pittsburgh. We starred all the best ones so you can read without filler. Check out some very boiled-down highlights below. Yes, all 1500 words of this is still just the tip of the Pittsburgh. When we do Hack Your City a day late, we...
By Kate Silver, Special To The Washington Post Quay Snyder flies more than 130 times a year on commercial flights. As an aerospace medicine specialist, pilot and flight instructor, he feels perfectly safe in the air. But after each flight, to put his wife's mind at ease, he'll call her to say he has arrived without incident. "I joke...
Go it alone If you’re a solo traveller – on a career break perhaps – you could join a 15-day Best of Morocco tour offered by Intrepid Travel. You’ll hike in the Atlas Mountains and in the remote Todra Gorge as well as explore the Sahara on a camel. You can spend time in the medinas of Casablanca, Fes and...
This week Hack Your City goes to Bangkok, sprawling and glittering capital of Thailand. Its local name is Krung Thep, “City of Angels,” short for a much longer name that includes “the grand capital of the world endowed with nine precious gems.” Amazing. Bangkok livers and lovers, please tell us, what are your precious gems in this city?What’s...
Travel is one of the most satisfying experiences in life, but it can also totally wear you out. Between the crowds of people, the overpriced airport food, and flight delays, there are so many ways travel can go wrong. We talked to Bianca DiValerio, a flight attendant who also blogs about her goal of early retirement at MissMazuma,...
The winds blow and the rains come hard, but there are some great deals out there for travelers who are willing to take their chances with the less predictable weather that September and October can bring. Still, if ever there is a time to be prepared, hurricane season is it. We asked some smart travel agents...
Whether you’re planning a trip to a country across the globe or packing the car for a weekend road trip to a local campground, you can have a debt-free vacation with some careful planning. It’s easy to see how a vacation can blow up even the most carefully planned budget. To ease the stress of a vacation on...
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