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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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Perfect 3 Day Rome Itinerary

Perfect 3 Day Rome Itinerary

Here it is - short and sweet. The perfect and compact 3 day Rome itinerary. Rome can be incredibly crowded, especially in peak season. However, the post-Corona virus visiting period, whenever that will be, may offer some relief from the big crowds. Enjoy the Eternal City, it is crowded, gritty, and fully enjoyable.
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6 of the Best Small Cities in Europe

6 of the Best Small Cities in Europe

OK, everyone loves Rome, Paris, London and Madrid. But there is so much more to European cities, especially small cities and towns. The pace is easier, the food is always better, and a small city just makes for an enjoyable trip. Look at The Traveling Professor picks for his choice of the best small cities in Europe.
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5 Things to Do in Iceland

5 Things to Do in Iceland

Iceland is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. It offers stunning natural beauty, it is an awfully fun place to go with a small-town feel, and the food is good too. Just make sure to have a high spending limit on your credit card and you are all set to go! Look what The Professor recommends as things to do on a trip to Iceland.
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5 Markets in Paris

5 Markets in Paris

Market are the heart and soul of Paris. Local shop at markets mostly for food but there are markets for all kinds of goods. Finding the right one can involve just a little bit of work since markets operate on different schedules and usually have specialized goods that are sold. Read The Traveling Professor blog post and find out about his favorite markets in Paris.
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Cruising in the Age of COVID-19

Cruising in the Age of COVID-19

For all practical purposes, cruising for North Americans has been shut down for 2020. But going forward, what will cruising look like? Who will want to get on a cruise ship with 500, 1000, or even 4000 passengers they do not know. A small ship luxury cruise may be the answer for those who are concerned about cruising in this age of the Corona virus.
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4 Airfare Tips No One Probably Ever Told You About

4 Airfare Tips No One Probably Ever Told You About

Everyone is always looking to save on airfares. There are lots of blog posts out there telling you how to save money, but they tend to be the same tips repeated over and over. Take it from The Traveling Professor. Not only does he fly many, many trips each year, he plans flights for many other travelers too. Here are 4 of his best tips when buying airline tickets.
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Where to Eat in Dublin Ireland

Where to Eat in Dublin Ireland

The Traveling Professor has 2 small group tours to Ireland scheduled for 2021. One of the things we are interested in doing is checking out the great places to have dinner and lunch in Dublin. Years ago, Dublin did not have a great reputation for dining, but things have changed. Check out The Professor's picks for the best places to eat in Dublin.
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Three Great Lunch Spots in Italy

Three Great Lunch Spots in Italy

Whether it be a Cantina, Trattoria, or Fattoria, I love to have lunch in Italy. The food is fresh, rich with tomato sauce, vegetables, cheeses, meats, herbs, and spices. Mama Mia! Let me get on the plane now! In today's blog post, The Traveling Professor reveals his favorite and best places for lunch in Italy.
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