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Rajasthan is the most famous tourist destination in India and extremely popular among world travelers. A vibrant land most synonymous with its colorfully dressed people with men in their turbans and women in their sarees, a trip to Rajasthan is a visual treat. Ruled by Rajput princes whose heroism and bravery are often romanticized in the folklores. It is a great tourist destination with stunning palaces, majestic forts and serene lakes which adds to the charming desert settings. When it comes to offering choices, Rajasthan can stun people...

Posted on Jul 22 2013 - 9:11pm by TravelFore
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Bermondsey (New Caledonian) Market, Long Lane and Bermondsey Street, London There is a saying in London that anything stolen and sold before sunrise is legal. With this tradition, Bermondsey Market, one of London’s main antiques markets, attracts early-rising dealers from all over and is a mecca for serious collectors. Each Friday the dealers set up their stalls...

These are the best travel movies ever (in my opinion). You can watch these films over & over again, and never get sick of them. Which ones are your favorites? I started to realize I had a travel obsession when all my favorite movies were based on crazy travel adventures. So here is my personal list of the Best Travel Movies of all time. Once I’ve finished watching any of these movies, I feel the instant urge to pack up everything and head out to explore the world. The best travel movies have always helped to inspire my own personal...

Montauk, New York East Coast Gem Montauk in East Hampton on Long Island may be known for wooing the fashionable set but this sunny coastal town also attracts laid-back surfers. During the summer months, the town’s coastline of coves, reefs and points comes alive with throngs of surfers as well. It’s rare to find great waves on the East Coast, which makes Montauk a jewel for surfers. Manhattan-based surfers drive into town in packs, taking over this affluent fishing community to ride some terrific waves, especially at Ditch...

“The better part of being in Athens is that the ability to explore across centuries,” says Eleni Vainas, a Greek-American writer, animator, and old resident of the capital of Balkan state. “Walking around Athens may be a living lesson. trendy is close with ancient, and art is featured throughout town in ways in which bit individuals on an everyday basis.” Any kid UN agency has taken basic...

The Appalachian Trail (A.T.) runs through historic Harpers Ferry, where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers meet in what Thomas Jefferson described as “perhaps one of the most stupendous scenes in nature.” Start or end an A.T. day hike here, and be back in time for supper and a soak at a quaint B&B. When to Go: June-August; June 22 for an all-day event, The Birth of a State: 150th Anniversary of the State of West Virginia Where to Stay: Four-room Laurel Lodge is a restored, Craftsman-style stone bungalow a block away from...

Posted on Jun 14 2013 - 10:14pm by TravelFore
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Following the success of its much-loved annual literary festival, the Balinese town of Ubud is to embark on another yearly get-together. The first Ubud Village Jazz Festival is slated for 2013 August 9 and 10 and promises to welcome a lineup of as many as 100 Indonesian and international musicians to the grounds of the Arma Museum. World-class Dutch pianist Peter Beets is one of the bill’s early standouts, while other confirmed acts include the Ito Kurdi Quartet and American saxophonist Joe Rosenberg. “The idea to hold an international...