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How We Traveled Safely in 2020

How We Traveled Safely in 2020

Every Traveling Professor small group tour to Europe, South America, and Canada was postponed in 2020. However, that did not stop Linda and me from traveling this year. We planned carefully, assessed the risks, and took safety precautions. In this blog post, The Professor will tell you about his travel adventures in 2020.
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Two Hotels in Venice

Two Hotels in Venice

We've been away from Venice due to the COVID-19 virus, but it's always on our mind. The Traveling Professor has a small group tour to Italy in the works for next year and of course, Venice will be our first stop. Take a look at our recommendations for the best places to stay in Venice.
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3 Cheap But Good Places to Eat in Paris

3 Cheap But Good Places to Eat in Paris

Paris is one of the great food cities of the world. You can easily spend 400-500 euros per diner at restaurants like Alain Ducasse at the Plaza Athénée Hotel or at at Guy Savoy's joint in the 6th arrondissement. But why spend all that money when you can eat well on 20 euros or so? Where are the cheap but good restaurants in Paris? Let The Professor tell you in this Paris blog post.
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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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