Ponte Dell ’Accademia at Sunrise – Stuck in Customs

Ponte Dell ’Accademia at Sunrise – Stuck in Customs

25 January 2023 : Wednesday Jan 2023 : Wednesday Daily Photo – Ponte Dell ’Accademia at Sunrise Here’s another one of the images from my 1000 Stories from 1000 Places NFT drop. It sold out in minutes, but they are now available to trade on OpenSea and X2Y2, etc so be sure to check them out. I was in Venice for about a month, out taking photos every morning at sunrise all the way through the sunset. Then there was always lots of heavy Italian food and bridge-wine on the…

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Road to Hana: Highway Map, Things to Do And Tips

The world-famous road to Hana is one of the must-do experiences when visiting Maui. It can be overwhelming planning what to see on this iconic road trip when you have limited time. So we’ve rounded up all the road to Hana stops that we did on Maui’s epic coastal drive. You don’t have to see everything (unless you have the time) so we are here to help you choose what are the top stops that you must make. The Road to Hana, aka The Hana Highway, takes you from the…

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Hyatt Corporate Codes for Business Travelers

National Dishes of Mexico - A Couple For The Road

Hyatt Hotels Corporation is a global hospitality company that operates a portfolio of hotels, resorts, and residences. The company was founded in 1957 by Jay Pritzker and his brother Donald Pritzker. They started with the Hyatt House hotel, which was located near the Los Angeles International Airport. The company has since grown to become one of the largest hotel companies in the world, with more than 900 properties in over 60 countries. Hyatt’s portfolio of brands includes: Hyatt Regency, which is the company’s flagship brand and features full-service hotels and…

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Driving to Alaska: How to Plan a Road Trip

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Alaska is the largest state in the United States and is located in the far north, bordered by Canada to the east and the Arctic Ocean to the north. It is known for its rugged wilderness, abundant wildlife, and spectacular natural beauty. The history of Alaska dates back to the time of the indigenous people who have lived in the region for thousands of years. The first European contact with Alaska occurred in 1741, when the Danish explorer Vitus Bering sighted the coast. In 1867, the United States purchased Alaska…

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National Dishes of Mexico – A Couple For The Road

National Dishes of Mexico - A Couple For The Road

Mexico has a rich culinary history that dates back to ancient times, with influences from various cultures including the Aztecs, Mayans, and Spanish. The Aztecs, who ruled ancient Mexico from the 14th to the 16th century, were known for their use of chili peppers, tomatoes, and beans in their cooking. They also used a variety of herbs and spices, including cilantro, oregano, and vanilla, which are still commonly used in Mexican cuisine today. The Aztecs also domesticated turkeys, which are still a popular protein source in Mexican cooking. The Mayans,…

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Best Things to do in San Pedro de Atacama, Chile

From the Andes Mountains to high desert lagoons, these are the best things to do in San Pedro de Atacama. The Atacama Desert was our favorite place to visit in Chile. Located in northern Chile, connecting Bolivia and Argentina in South America, the Atacama Desert is the driest non-polar desert in the world and many travelers make their way to the town of San Pedro de Atacama to enjoy all of the amazing excursions in this extraordinary destination. We visited the Atacama Desert with Exodus Travels and discovered all the…

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