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My First New York Times Travel Show

Imagine a place where you can directly connect with international representatives and travel professionals from all over the world under one roof. For a travel nerd like me, I call this place heaven, but the powers to be gave it a different name – The New York Times Travel Show. Last weekend I had the opportunity on behalf of Allianz …

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Travel Deeper with Gareth Leonard

I’m Gareth Leonard and this is a story about leaving behind everything comfortable I knew, in search of a dream…  I hope you don’t mind if I take a brief pause from the “Travel Deeper Australia” series to bring you the first ever T2T Trailer. This bad boy is long overdue, but it’s finally time I explain what this site …

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4 Great American Cross Country Trips

The USA is a massive country with incredibly diverse terrain, and traveling by car, bus or train is a great way to see it all. After graduating college, I had the opportunity to travel around the country for a few months and experience the best of my own backyard. From the iconic rock formations of Moab to the famous Highway One in …

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4 Cool Interactive World Cup Tools

Here are four cool interactive World Cup tools that bring you closer and more informed about the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. 4. Interactive Schedule – Scroll around and see exactly where your team is playing each game, or see which games are playing at which stadiums or select a specific date. This interactive World Cup Schedule tool is …

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6 Historical World Cup Facts You Didn’t Know

6. The largest crowd for a World Cup match was at the (old) Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in the 1950 final. 199,954 people watched Uruguay beat the host team 2-1. *This one might be important to remember.  5. FIFA President, Sepp Blatter (real name), was once head of the World Society of Friends of Suspenders, which tried …