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5 Two Star Hotels in Paris

5 Two Star Hotels in Paris

On Traveling Professor small group tours, our groups generally stay in 4 or 5 star hotels. However, The Professor will on occasion select a 2 star hotel if it fits the bill. It must be well-located, and clean. What also adds to the experience is if the hotel is family-owned and operated. If the owners are on the premises, travelers can rest assured that they will be well-cared for. In this blog post, The Professor reveals 2 star hotels that he strongly recommends.
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What Airlines Can Do to Make Flying Better

What Airlines Can Do to Make Flying Better

Everyone loves to travel. Just about everyone hates the part when you need to get in a big silver tube, herded like cattle and packed in like sardines to get to where you need to go. Airlines have abused travelers, especially coach class travelers over the years. But with COVID 19, everyone, including the airlines have a golden opportunity to hit the "reset" button and roll out a newer, and nicer travel experience for the traveler. In this blog post, The Professor tackles what airl...
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How to Get the Best Seats on the Plane

How to Get the Best Seats on the Plane

Flying in cramped and crowded airplanes in coach class is not one of my favorite things to do, especially in the age of COVID-19. First class and business class seats can be expensive. However there are ways to get preferred comfortable seating in coach class on planes. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor provides his tips for getting the best seats. Some of these tips will surprise you. Buckle your safety belt! Here we go.
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Why The Professor Loves the Veneto Region of Northern Italy

Why The Professor Loves the Veneto Region of Northern Italy

Everyone should visit Rome, Florence, the Amalfi Coast and other areas of history. They are full of history, culture, great food and wonderful people. But a trip to the Veneto region, especially Padua, Verona, Vicenza, Bassano del Grappa, Venice and Treviso reveals a different Italy. See why this is The Traveling Professor's favorite part of Italy.
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Three Cruises to Take in Paris

Three Cruises to Take in Paris

Whether traveling on your own, or taking a Traveling Professor small group tour of Paris, touring the city entails quite a bit of walking. Taking a break and getting off your feet is a real treat. So, take one of these small cruises in Paris and take it all in on a relaxing cruise.
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4 Not So Famous Places to See in Paris

4 Not So Famous Places to See in Paris

Paris, more than any other city in the world, has overwhelmingly good museums and attractions. But there are places to see that don't exactly come to the tip of the tongue that would be superstars in just about any other city. Check out The Professor's blog to find out about some of the "under the radar" spots not to be missed on a tour to Paris.
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5 Practical Packing Tips from The Professor

5 Practical Packing Tips from The Professor

One of the most read travel blog posts by The Traveling Professor is how to pack for a trip. With hundreds of international overseas flights under his belt, and in giving packing advice for his small group tour clients, The Professor has a lot to share about packing. Read about 5 of his best travel packing tips in this blog post.
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