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Saalburg Roman Fort and Museum – Only 30 Minutes from Frankfurt

Porta Praetoria from the Saalburg Museum Shop

Are you looking for a fun day out? One of our favorite places to just romp, have fun, and throw in a little history-learning is Saalburg Roman Fort. A quick 30 minutes from the center of Frankfurt, it’s a great day trip with or without kids, for people living in Germany or just traveling around […]

Day Trip to Kamakura and its Beach!

Kamakura, only a short train ride from Tokyo, is a must-see when visiting Japan. Whether you are traveling around the country or on a work trip and staying mostly in the city, Kamakura affords you a chance to get a breath of fresh air. From watching the surfers at Kamakura beach to enjoying the peaceful […]

Rendezvous with Jill at Reading the Book Travel

Jill in Havana, Cuba

It’s that time again to sit back and soak in some weekend inspiration with our traveler interview series, a Rendezvous with Rovers. This week we are taking it all in from Jill of Reading the Book Travel. Jill has been all over the globe, mostly traveling solo, and she’s been to some places that I […]

Andorra Travel Blog

Andorra

Andorra. Beautiful. Gorgeous. Breath-taking. Stunning. But, as pretty as it is, there are exactly three things to do in Andorra in the summer. Shop, hike, and eat. And there are exactly three things to do in Andorra in the winter. Shop, ski, and eat! It’s small, but it’s still worth it. Having traveled all over […]

Rendezvous with Ben of Horizon Unknown

Trekking in SaPa, Vietnam

Welcome back to Reflections Enroute’s Weekend Travel Inspiration interview series. This week we find out all about the man behind Horizon Unknown, Ben! He’s been traveling the world with his partner for over four years, and he’s hit over 50 countries. How inspirational is that? Let’s learn more about Ben and the way he travels. How […]

Xian Itinerary and Terracotta Warriors Planning Guide

As iconic and exotic as Egypt, every child in America learns a little about Chinese history; it was one of those places that I just could not wait to get to. The Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and the world heritage Xian Clay Army are probably the top three sights to see, and we were […]

A Visit to the Oldest Monastic Brewery in the World, Weltenburg Abbey

Don’t you just love a good boat ride? One with spectacular scenery and great snacks on board? We do, and we’ve taken many. Boat travel is just one perfect way to relax while you are sightseeing or just to get from one point to another without having the stress of driving, or figuring out which […]

Rendezvous with Rovers with Chris of One Weird Globe

Welcome to another inspirational traveler interview. This week on Rendezvous with Rovers, we’ve interviewed Chris from One Weird Globe. Chis is a full-time traveler, so he has plenty to share. Tell us a little about yourself.  Tell us a little about where you are from and if you recommend it to people as a travel […]

Rendezvous with Rovers – Sandy and Vyjay of Voyager

Welcome back to our Rendezvous with Rovers travel interview series. We love connecting with other like-minded folks, because we are so inspired by their stories. This week, we interviewed Sandy and Vyjay, who we’ve followed online for a few years. Their blog is called Voyager. Tell us a little about yourself. We are Sandy & Vyjay, […]

The Big 5 Bavarian Christmas Markets – A One Week Itinerary

It’s almost winter and visions of steaming mugs of glühwein and the sweet taste of stollen are dancing in my head. In Germany, the onset of winter brings one of my favorite seasons of the year – Christmas market season! Living in Bavaria, We were smack-dab in the midst of the quaintest, quirkiest, and even oldest […]

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