Easter in Jerusalem

I’m in Vienna today for Easter Sunday. In 2009 I spent Holy Week in Jerusalem. Witnessing Easter, Passover, Palm Sunday and Good Friday in Holy Land was an experience I’ll never forget. Here are some of the image I took during that week. The Good Friday procession down the Via Dolorosa follow the ancient route …

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This Week In Travel – Episode 81

This week’s guest is Jeff Jung of CareerBreakSecrets.com. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Delta’s Rodent Problem: Droppings ‘Too Numerous to Count’ Found On Plane TSA Gives Pat Down to 6-Year-Old Girl in New Orleans – AOL Travel News Hong Kong Airlines’ Flight Attendants Take Mandatory Kung Fu Training Air-traffic controller suspended for watching …

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Thoughts on Prague

This leg of the trip I’m on was never intended to be much more than an opportunity to see some of Europe that I hadn’t seen, before I head off on a cruise from Venice. My three days in Prague was nowhere near enough time to really explore the city, especially when you factor in …

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Questions & Answers: April 2011

Time once again to dip into the mailbag and answer questions about all things travel, blogging and Green Bay Packers. Irish Polygot Benny Lewis asks: My question: Does the sense of wonder diminish with time over travelling, or do you still come across places that leave you breathless? No, but things are different now. There …

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This Week In Travel – Episode 80

This week’s guests are Johnny Jet and Spud Hilton, travel editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This week’s news: Expedia to spin off TripAdvisor Elite status: The ultimate frequent flier perk Southwest Air plane hole opens up in mid flight Average age of US airline fleets Older planes safe, but maybe …

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