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5 Great Tips on How to Travel in Luxury on Budget Prices

5 Great Tips on How to Travel in Luxury on Budget Prices

I don't know about you, but I like nice hotels, comfortable seats on planes and trains, private limos, and preferential treatment when going to museums and other attractions. But then again, I don't like to pay those ridiculously high prices. The Traveling Professor has some great ideas on how to live a life of luxury while on vacation in Europe without spending as much as you think you would.
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4 Hidden Treasures of Paris

4 Hidden Treasures of Paris

The Traveling Professor's first trip to Paris was in the late 1990's. Since then, through his small group tours to Paris, he has taken 70+ trips to Paris. Sometimes he travels alone and sometimes he leads his small group tours to Paris. Over time, the realization is that there is much more to Paris than the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, or the Orsay Museum. Take a look into some of the more unknown sites of Paris that any traveler would enjoy.
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3 Hotels in Rome

3 Hotels in Rome

The Traveling Professor first visited Rome in 2009. His small group tours have been back many times to visit the Colosseum, Vatican, Spanish Steps, Borghese Gallery, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and other many delightful treasures of this ancient city. Having a good hotel can make or break a trip to Rome. In this blog post, The Traveling Professor features 3 excellent choices for hotels.
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Eating and Drinking in Florence

Eating and Drinking in Florence

One of the reason The Traveling Professor loves his small group tours to Italy is that the dining options are plentiful, especially in Florence. One of the best references for finding dining spots in Florence and the rest of Italy is my friend Andy Herbach's book, "Eating & Drinking in Italian". With Andy's permission, here are 3 of his picks for great spots to eat in Florence. The Professor has also dined at these places and can also highly recommend them.
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