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A cool November morning mist clung to the branches of the 200 year-old Dogwood and Magnolia trees that line the streets of Huntsville’s Twickenham Historic District, where over 250 stately antebellum-era homes preside over meticulous gardens and lush, rolling lawns. But by the time this solicitous group of travel writers and guides finished our tour at the...
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By: Jan Petersen, TBEX Blog Administrator (and fortunate ‘Press Tripper’) Last month 21 travel blogging nomads converged on Jerusalem for a 3-day press trip to explore the Eternal City and all it has to offer. The Jerusalem Development Authority (iTravelJerusalem), host sponsor for TBEX International 2017, arranged and escorted us on a whirlwind tour of the Israeli capital, and in a nutshell,...
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When you’re a city with the highest concentration of engineers in the U.S. and your tallest building is a Saturn V moon rocket, people expect pretty smart things from you. To that end, the burgeoning craft beer scene in Huntsville, Alabama has folks heading back to the classroom (literally) and discovering a thing or two about our stellar...
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A message from Leslie Walker of the Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau, host sponsor of TBEX North America 2017  Curiosity has gotten the better of me on this random Wednesday night, and I find myself sitting silently in a room with two men I’ve never met. When suddenly I shatter the still, look to...
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  Jerusalem is a city filled with secrets. Each neighborhood is a bastion of history, with the alleyways and the stones of Jerusalem revealing an untold story about the city. Jerusalem is a city breaming with cultural activities. Many think of Jerusalem as a meeting point of East and West, of old and new, of...
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Message from Flexiroam X, a TBEX Asia Pacific 2016 Sponsor WHERE HAS MY DATA GONE?! Since the launch of Flexiroam X, many people have been asking us this question, “Is 1GB enough to roam overseas for a week?” Before we answer, please allow us to ask you, “Do you know what your average daily usage of data is – especially while...
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We’re not saying that you should take a good hard look at the rules for Dungeons & Dragons, binge-watch episodes of Star Trek and Star Wars (though it is important to know the difference) or set aside the time to read the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but we are not NOT saying it either....
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  Today we are opening our call for speakers for TBEX North America 2017 in Huntsville Alabama. We are always looking for new speakers from around the world for our events. So if you have never applied to speak at TBEX before, we encourage you to do that now. If you are serious about speaking...
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    One of the oldest cities in the world Jerusalem’s story spans over 5,000 years. Its historical sites, largely concentrated within the Old City walls, exhibit artifacts from Canaanite, Babylonian, Persian, Greek, Roman ,Christian, and Muslim periods. The breathtaking view from the Mount of Olives exposes the Old City’s four distinct quarters – Jewish,...
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Are you a proud member of the lucky ones? The fortuitous travel bloggers, photographers and industry professionals who traveled to Athens for TBEX’s Europe 2014 event, and immersed themselves in Greece’s historic antiquity, vibrant social culture, and astonishing natural beauty? My hope is that you also found time to discover and explore at least a few of the country’s 227 inhabited islands. I...
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Recent Podcast Episodes

011 – Breaking News About TBEX Events
July 17, 2020
Travel Matters 010 – Martinique Lewis about Black Travel Alliance
July 15, 2020
Travel Matters 009 – Tim Leffel on The Future Of Press Trips
June 8, 2020