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I had barely unpacked my carry-on bag and tossed in a load of long-overdue wash, when I discovered a forgotten souvenir of my travels tucked in the side pocket of my bag. It was reminiscent of an unopened present discovered beneath all the torn wrappings on Christmas morning.
There is no feeling like confidence when traveling alone, especially when you’re disabled. Most people think that when you’re on crutches, in a wheelchair or powerchair you can’t really travel. Well, they are wrong. I love traveling and never let my disability stop me from doing what I love. Here are tips to help you feel more confident, whether traveling alone or with a companion.
10:50 AM and the line is wrapped halfway around the block. For the eager, hungry locals, Blues City Deli is the go-to place in the Benton Park neighborhood of South Saint Louis Missouri.
Smell the fresh saltiness of a coastal breeze. Pause to watch sailboats tack across the bay. Feel the joy of freedom. Come explore Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coast.
Names that identify the subject and the author or photographer make an editor smile.
Nestled into a sheltered bay on the far east side of Lac Léman Switzerland—that’s Lake Geneva to us tourists—the resort town of Montreux is a special place. This picturesque city sits at the foot of the Swiss Alps along the medieval road from London to the Eternal City, the Via Francigena.
We just happened to book our Airbnb right beside this wonderful Mercado. We had no idea what was in store and that in our three days in Madrid we would eat there at least once a day.
The late-afternoon sunshine is pleasantly warm as people migrate to one end of the big grassy field. There’s a palpable excitement in the air. A shout is heard from the crowd, “It’s a go!” There are more cheers from the crowd and then suddenly, as if on cue, a kaleidoscope of patterns and colors appear right before your eyes.
When Elsa and Debby boarded the Viking Sky, they met as two strangers, both travel writers, eager for the upcoming adventure: In Search of the Northern Lights. Twelve days later, they left as two friends, survivors of an epic sea drama that could have cost them their lives.