10 reasons to choose Stockholm

Stockholm is widely regarded as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, built where lake meets sea, on fourteen islands, with eight centuries of history and culture to choose from. Is that enough to wet your appetite? No? OK, here are our Top Ten Reasons for visiting Stockholm. 1. The beauty It’s said that beauty […]

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Top Things to Do in Metro Manila

Metro Manila. It’s a megacity with a huge appetite for fun. From its historic neighborhoods to the outrageous housing developments, Metro Manila is a maze of vibrant energy with bits of calm in between. Weave your way through this mighty megalopolis, made up of 16 cities, one town, and eleven million people with this list […]

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Get to Know Your TBEX North America 2016 Host State: Minnesota

  Greetings TBEX attendees! We can’t wait to welcome you to Minnesota for this year’s conference and show you all the attractions, destinations and activities that can be found #OnlyinMN. Minnesota’s appeal as a destination lies in both its abundant natural scenery and in its vibrant cities. Dubbed the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” Minnesota offers […]

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A Personal Guide to the Island of Södermalm

  Stockholm is made up 14 islands as well as parts of the mainland. Each of these islands and districts have their own feel and ambiance and can be quite different from each other. The stately Östermalm, up-and-coming Kungsholmen, leafy Djurgården and the commercial district of Norrmalm are some examples. Södermalm, or just “Söder” (south […]

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Things to Do & See in St. Paul

You might have seen our blog post about Saint Paul’s defining moments of 2015. While we’re still proud of what’s happened here, we’re also looking forward to what’s next. Insane sports scene This is about to be a huge year for sports in Saint Paul. In the first two weeks of January, we hosted the 2016 Prudential […]

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Art in the Stockholm Subway

The Stockholm subway system is said to be the world’s longest art exhibit – 110 kilometers long. Traveling by subway is like traveling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today. Over 90 of the 100 subway stations in Stockholm have been decorated with sculptures, […]

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Top Ten iPhone Hacks For Every Traveler

  While carrying around a bulky DSLR camera and telephoto lens might never be a thing of the past, it’s safe to say that most travel writers can take photos with their iPhone that will “wow” their social media audiences and be of image quality that is suitable for many print magazines. Note that these […]

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6 Ways to Beat the Post-Travel Blues

Travelling may be your full time job, but at some point there’s going to be a lull.  A point where you’re at home, staring out the window, and wondering if all your adventures were just a dream.  To beat the I’ve-just-returned-home-from-a-life-changing-journey-blues, stay connected to the travel community until your next adventure. Here are 6 ways […]

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A Christmas Card from Stockholm

We wanted to take the opportunity to send a Christmas card from Stockholm to all of you TBEX-ers out there. The winter is a bit slow this year, but temperatures fell below 0C last week and we’ve had a little dust of snow. We took this photo at the wonderful viewpoint Monteliusvägen the other night, […]

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More Than Just a Mall

Adjacent to the Radisson Blu, TBEX North America’s conference site in Bloomington Minnesota, is Mall of America, one of the host sponsors for TBEX 2016. Mall of America is a delightful combination of incredible shopping (with no tax on clothing or shoes) and untold hours of entertainment and attractions. Adventure travel bloggers Wander the Map […]

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TBEX Minnesota Tourism Preview

As some of you may have gathered from my calm and subdued stage presence in Fort Lauderdale, I have a considerable amount of pride in my home town and state. If my personal, anecdotal evidence means anything to you, after being nomadic for 4.5 years, visiting nearly 50 countries in that time, I could have […]

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