5 Things to Do in Athens When You’re Not in TBEX Sessions

  A few travel bloggers were sent to Athens, along with the TBEX team doing a site visit, to attend Travel Trade Athens 2014. We attended a press conference, met some of the Athens travel and tourism representives, and saw a few of the city’s notable sights. Athens attracts 3 million visitors a year, so there’s […]

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TBEX March Blogging Challenge: Green

  For March, our travel blogging challenge theme is: Green. Be creative about what Green means to you, whether it’s the environmentally conscious green of eco-travel, the vibrant green in your photography, or even the green of St. Patrick’s Day, we want to see how creative you can get with this theme. You may choose […]

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TBEX February Blogging Challenge: Style

  For February, our travel blogging challenge theme is: Style. Whether you write about travel and fashion, architectural styles, traveling in style, the travel lifestyle, artistic style, or anything else related to your definition of style, we want you to share one of your very best posts with the TBEX community. Give us a look […]

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January TBEX Travel Blogging Challenge: Food

  For January, our travel blogging challenge theme is: Travel and Food. We’re asking you to share a blog post about one of your favorite food experiences with our community. We know that for many of you, travel is all about the food experience – so we hope you’ll tell us all about it. Let […]

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Finding the Music in Ireland

  It would be difficult, indeed, to travel through Ireland for any length of time without coming across some of its unique music. There are many places to find the music – just about any pub will, if they don’t have music themselves, know where the nearby sources are. My advice is to go off […]

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TBEX Dublin: 5 Sites to Visit After You’ve Seen the Relics in the National Museum

  Ireland’s National Museum of Archaeology is fabulous – and free. You’ll be amazed at the treasures kept safe in Irish bogs for thousands of years. Bronze jewelry, entire suits of clothing and even delicate parchments have been unearthed across Ireland. While an afternoon at the National Museum of Archeology is a wonderful gateway to […]

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Travel Blog Exchange: Kilkenny – from Megaliths to SUPing, All You Want Is Here

  So, you’re excited to be in Dublin for TBEX, and you’ve also given yourself a few days extra to explore more of Ireland. Now the quandary: where to go? You likely want to experience all of what Ireland’s famous for: the gorgeous green countryside, the ‘Ireland traffic jam’ of cows being herded down a […]

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Toronto: Architecture + Design

  The beautiful Toronto skyline continues to grow and shape the city. From world class attractions such as the CN Tower, to the new award winning Absolute Towers, also known as the “Marilyn Monroe Towers,” Toronto showcases some of the most unique buildings in the world. Behind every door lies a story. Doors Open Toronto […]

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Plenty of Reasons to Stay in Toronto Longer

  Our host sponsors for TBEX 13, Tourism Toronto, tell me that there’s plenty of reasons TBEX attendees will want to stay in Toronto for awhile. Take a look at these major events and top performances taking place in the greater Toronto area during May and June, 2012. Whether you’re looking for cultural performance, family […]

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Three Events You Will Not Want to Miss at Keystone Resort This Summer

Outdoor events and activities are what make summertime in the high-country an experience not to be missed. Summit County,Coloradorolls out the red carpet for visitors and locals alike with everything from Rubber Ducky and Mountain Biking Races, to half-marathons. Keystone Resort adds to the list with entertaining and family-friendly festivals that cater to vacationers looking for […]

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Want to hike Keystone? Think down, not up

A hike on Dercum Mountain doesn’t require lungs of steel and legs like tree trunks. Take the River Run Gondola up and hike down Schoolmarm to get the most out of your stroll. Here are ten reasons to think down when planning a hike. 10. Let the gondola do the heavy lifting Why struggle your […]

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