All posts by Roger Timbrook

stunning swiss train journeys

The Best Train Journeys in Switzerland (Cheaper Than You Think)

If you’re thinking of sampling the awe-inspiring vistas of Switzerland, train travel is an excellent way to go. Not only because of the country’s picture-postcard beauty, but also because Swiss trains run like clockwork, seriously. With the train trundling along at a more leisurely pace, you can sit back and enjoy the breathtaking views. From […]

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25 Stunning Instagrammable Spots In London

London has to be one of the most iconic cities in the world and it is chock full of must see sights. From Buckingham Palace to the London Eye, you are certainly spoiled for choice when it comes to top-notch attractions.  It can get a little pricey though, so it’s definitely worth figuring out if you […]

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Plan A Road Trip With Google Maps

Planning A Road Trip With Google Maps (A Detailed Guide)

If you like researching foreign cities and creating travel itineraries, this guide is perfect for you! Especially if you’re going on a road trip, and you need an itinerary that you can share with your friends. You can do it all in Google Maps. You can create your own custom Google Maps itinerary, and pin […]

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Best Brunch Spots in Zurich (As Picked By Locals)

Zurich locals love nothing more than a good brunch. Whether you are with a group of friends to reminisce the night just passed, or with family,  there is a brunch place in Switzerland’s banking and finance capital that is right for you. From a full English breakfast to mimosas, we have rounded up ten of […]

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Ten Days In Portugal

10 Days In Portugal: An Epic Seaside Itinerary

A 10-day holiday in Portugal can be as simple as getting a beachfront apartment and enjoying the sun, sea and sand the entire time. But that is not what I have in mind. If you are an adventurous traveller, someone who likes to explore and discover new places, who can’t stay in the same place […]

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10 Things You Should Know About The Dominican Republic (Not Just Beaches)

​With all the world traveling I have done through the years as a travel blogger, this past Christmas vacation was my very first visit to the Dominican Republic and to say I loved it would be an understatement! Only three hours from New York, it is a tropical Caribbean island filled with intoxicating sandy beaches, […]

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Providencia Island, Colombia: A Jewel In The Caribbean

When it comes to Caribbean Islands, or top places to see in Colombia, hardly anyone talks about San Andres and Providencia Islands (or Isla de Providencia). San Andres is a little overrun by tourism, so you can skip that one. But Providencia, now that is a Jewel in the Caribbean. We chose to spend nearly […]

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Amazing Day Trips to Take from Berlin

12 Amazing Day Trips to take from Berlin

Berlin is definitely one of the best destinations to visit in Germany. Not only is it the country’s capital, but this offbeat city has an equal balance of grit and modernity. With many historical monuments, culinary gems, and vibrant nightlife to experience, time will always be short in Berlin. However, if you get tired of […]

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A Guide to Hiking in Fundy National Park (Everything You Need To Know)

Written by: Marissa Evans from Travel-Wise.com What often draws international and national tourists alike to New Brunswick — a province on Canada’s east coast — is the Bay of Fundy. A strip of water between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, the Bay of Fundy is home to the highest tides in the world as 160 billion […]

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How to Make Your Travel Environmentally Friendly

There sure is a lot to think about when you’re traveling. Where are you going to go? How will you get there? What will you do for accommodation? Where will you eat? Who will you go with? And so on and so forth. But one thing that’s becoming ever clearer is that we can’t just […]

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