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Global LGBTQ Tourism Study: What is important for LGBTQ travelers? | Travel News

LGTBQ Study by CMI

LGTBQ Study by CMI Over 200 global study partners interviewed 40,460 respondents in 151 countries and 18.743 participants in the United States under the leadership of Community Marketing & Insights (CMI) in San Francisco. Thomas Roth, principal of CMI shared some of the findings with eTurboNews. These findings are comprehensive and eyeopening on a number of levels. Participants in the survey ...

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REI Traverse 70 Backpack Review

Section Hikers Backpacking Blog

The REI Traverse 70 Backpack is a multi-day ventilated backpack with an adjustable-length frame, swappable shoulder straps, and interchangeable hip-belts, so you can get a custom fitting pack that matches your unique size and shape for optimal comfort. Weighing 4 lbs 14 oz, the Traverse 70 is definitely not an ultralight backpack, but it is still surprisingly nimble for a ...

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Hiring a Cab for a Road Trip

Hiring a Cab for a Road Trip

My husband and I are hard-core travel enthusiasts. He loves driving, and long weekends would often see us take to the road. But after years of self-driving, off-late we have begun hiring cabs for our road trips. And it is definitely better than self-drive. Here is why. Bypass Car Servicing Hassles Before every trip, my husband would ...

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Vision of the Seas Descends Into Drug-Fueled Orgy During Mediterranean Cruise? : Cruise Law News

Vision of the Seas Anchored Party

Last year, Royal Caribbean Cruises agreed with the producers of a reality television show called “Shipmates” to use the cruise line’s Vision of the Seas in the filming of the program. Channel 4 TV in the UK used the Vision as the setting for what the producers describe as a “party-fueled luxury cruise ship” sailing in the Mediterranean Sea with a ...

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How Much Does It Cost to Hike the Appalachian Trail?

How Much Does It Cost to Hike the Appalachian Trail?

At nearly 2,​190 miles long, the Appalachian Trail (AT) passes through 14 states, eight national forests, six national park units, and countless state parks, forests and game lands, according to the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. Thru-hiking this national scenic trail is a dream for many. And if it’s a dream for you, you know the importance of planning. A key part ...

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How to get through airport security fast

Airport security travel tips

Airport security – that final barrier to airport freedom – can cause horrible hold-ups if you’re not ready. You can even cop a hefty fine or be held up in secondary screening if you (inadvertently) try to bring banned items through. Here are our tips on how to get through airport security fast and with minimal stress. With the amount ...

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19 of the Most Legendary Adventure Vacations in the USA

Sunrise at Smith Rock State Park in Central Oregon

From Colorado’s jagged mountains to cliff-lined Californian beaches to roaring rivers of New Hampshire, the United States boasts adventure vacation destinations for every kind of aficionado. The canyons, steaming hot springs, serpentine slopes of powder and dense mahogany forests in between make for endless entertainment. We spend far too much time sweating over spreadsheets instead of sweating in the sun, ...

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Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences to Grab on Your European Holiday

Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences to Grab on Your European Holiday

Not just any European holiday! Make it one that you will remember for time to come, which means that it should be packed with adventures and encounters that will blow your mind! If you’re looking for ideas, here are once-in-a-lifetime experiences to grab on your European holiday. Getting Thrills in Barcelona Calling all adrenaline junkies…if stomach-churning drops, ...

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