After a life full of traveling to far flung parts of the globe (over 35 years), we want to share with you all the best things to do, see, and eat in all of our destinations. Check out our country and city guides to give you a great place to start planning your next vacation.

The Unforgettable Top Ten of La Belle Paris

The Unforgettable Top Ten of Belle Paris.

I love Paris! First timers in Paris have to hit up these top ten sights and things to do. We’ve compiled a quick guide to the most popular places in Paris for you. Don’t miss out on a must-see because you didn’t know the address, phone number, or even how to get tickets!

Andorra Travel Blog

Winding Road in 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 Europe, and finding it so easy to jump over from some of our favorite places in France, we still discovered this small country to be unique and interesting from all the rest. We weren’t here long, but we did have a drive through, a lunch, and took some photos…so yes, it counts and that’s why we included these facts and a little information on our …

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A Day Trip to Malmo, Sweden

The small, seaside city Malmo, Sweden has a lot of great things to do.

Traveling between Copenhagen and Stockholm? Please tell me you’re planing a stop over in Malmo, Sweden! This small, seaside city has it all! Check out all the great things to do in just one day in Malmo. We’ve listed what to do, what to see, and what to eat in Malmo.

Madagascar Itineraries, Things To Do, and More!

Madagascar Travel Guide.

Madagascar is an exotic African island filled with lemurs, chameleons, great food, and gorgeous vistas. We’ve compiled some Madagascar itineraries, which include where to go, what to do, and all the best sights. Check here for things to do in Madagascar!

Visiting Vietnam

Visit Vietnam for its history, museums, people, great markets, and the best noodles in the world.

Vietnam! Exotic, full of history, great markets, museums, and the best noodles in the world! Click here to find out what to do in this amazing Asian country, and start planning your trip today!

36 Hours in Brunei

Brunei water village complete with school, mosque, and markets.

Unlike places like Doha or Dubai or even Reykjavik, Bandar Seri Begawan (BSB) doesn’t really lend itself as a stopover. You pretty much have to head there on purpose and it’s probably going to cost you. Traveling around Borneo, it’s hard to pass up a chance to go to the Sultanate of Brunei. A tiny Asian country, located on the eastern coast of the island, it’s one of the richest countries in the world. It’s small, it’s Muslim, and it’s poverty-free, all compelling reasons to visit. Brunei’s tag line is, “The Green heart of Borneo.” How long does it take to see Brunei? Unfortunately there just isn’t that much to do for a perpetual tourist like me. Before booking our …

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The Ultimate Great Wall of China Planning Guide

A sentry's hut on the Great Wall of China near Mutianyu.

Traveling around Asia, and especially China, especially to those special world heritage sites like the Forbidden Palace and the Terra Cotta Warriors, makes you feel like you are really traveling. Between the language barrier and the cultural differences, sometimes it’s a little intimidating. We know that if you go to China one of the things you want to do is see, climb, walk, and experience the Great Wall. We’ve compiled this planning guide for you with the help of some great travel bloggers. You can download the Great Wall China Planning Guide Checklist, read our insights and tips, and feel comfortable heading out to one of the Seven Wonders of World. Quick History of the Great Wall of China – …

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Xian Itinerary and Terracotta Warriors Planning Guide

The Grand Mosque is one of the premiere tourist attractions in Xian.

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 when I moved to the continent of Asia. The Great Wall, the Forbidden City, and the world heritage Xian Clay Army are probably the top three sights to see, and we were going to do just that on our first trip to China. We wanted to make sure we did, and saw, as much as we possibly could, so we definitely enjoyed planning this Xian itinerary. A Troublesome Journey and Introduction to Xian We headed to Xian after four days in Beijing with its throngs of people, bikes, polluted …

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A Travel Guide to China

One of the reasons I think people travel, is to get out of their comfort zone.  There is no place better to do this than China.  I’ve been to China on numerous occasions, and it has never failed to show me something new and exotic.  Very much like the U.S., China is so big that you cannot really get a sense of it unless you travel further than just Beijing.  Like in most capital cities, Beijing is crowded, busy, and used to seeing foreigners.  There is plenty to see and do there, but getting out and meeting the people will make all the difference in a trip. The first time I went to China, I went with my two teenage …

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