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What I am Packing on a 47-Day Trip to Europe FOR LADIES ONLY

What I am Packing on a 47-Day Trip to Europe FOR LADIES ONLY

As you read this, Linda is in Paris, France starting a 47-day adventure leading four Traveling Professor small group tours to the Normandy Invasion Beaches, Ireland, Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands and Norway. What does she pack on a trip to Europe that lasts 47 days? Read this "ladies only" blog post and find out what to pack on a long trip to Europe.
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Best Tips for Traveling By High-Speed Train in Europe

Best Tips for Traveling By High-Speed Train in Europe

Train travel in Europe is a wonderful thing. Trains are fast, they pretty much run on time, they are comfortable, offer scenic views and are reasonably priced. On Traveling Professor small group tours to Europe we take advantage of riding the train as much as possible. You should too when traveling in Europe. Here are the best train tips for Europe travel.
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Best Places to Eat in Venice Italy

Best Places to Eat in Venice Italy

Venice is a magical place, one that we visit frequently on our Traveling Professor small group tours. There are many good dinng options that are appealing not only for the food, but for the view. In this blog post, The Professor gives tips on 3 of the best places to eat in Venice.
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How to Get a Flight Upgrade

How to Get a Flight Upgrade

Everyone loves to fly in business or first class. But those seats can be expensive, sometimes 3 to 5 times the cost of a coach class seat. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor gives some tips on how to get upgraded on your next flight without paying those big fees.
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