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Notes from the Road: Sevilla, Spain

viagra military drug test Sevilla is a city in Southern Spain, a one-hour flight or two-hour-and-20-minute train ride from Madrid. It is best visited in Spring and Fall (and best avoided in summer because of the heat.) This city is quite special. If you are coming to Spain, Sevilla and the greater Southern region of Andalucia can be a rather magical addition to a trip. While I was there, creating my videos for Travel with Kate, I sat in a cafe with an Iberian ham sandwich and a fresh squeezed orange juice. And I jotted down a few thoughts in my notebook… “This city squeaks. Many of the streets are narrow and winding. No grid layout here. Many of the smaller roads are paved…

My Trip to Spain Was Out of a Storybook (VIDEO)

http://femininemoneymagic.com/?x=ranolazine-similar-drugs-to-viagra This Travel with Kate video showcases my recent travels to Spain, a trip a long time coming. And it was made possible because of Expedia. This summer they are running a campaign called Find Your Storybook. The idea behind the campaign is that travel can make your wildest imaginations a reality. So what do you think? Do you want to go to Sevilla yet? I’ll be posting a video once a week on Wednesdays for four weeks following this post. The teaser video points to a trip all about Flamenco. But the coming videos will show off the local food as well as a very romantic side to the city of Sevilla. And of course, I’ll post my videos about…

Speaking at the Women’s Travel Festival!

http://realestatelibrary.com/?x=us-free-viagra Last Saturday, on International Women’s Day, I took part in a wonderful event empowering women to travel. It was the first annual, Women’s Travel Festival held in New York City. And it was clear that from the seasoned, career-travelers on stage to the festival attendees – the room was full of friends. Wait. Not just friends, but sisters. A love for travel, solo or otherwise, means you embrace new friendships and new adventures. And the festival was packed with open-hearted and brave women coming together over their common passions. For that and many other reasons, I was so honored to be one of the speakers.…

Traveling Back in Time with My Dad

http://wphls.org/?x=viagra-price In a recent article for Expedia Viewfinder, I write about how I might travel using a time machine if given the opportunity. The post was inspired by Expedia’s campaign in support of the new Dreamworks film, Mr. Peabody and Sherman. And in writing my piece, I was really surprised to find how personal the topic of time travel turned out to be for me. Most people might choose to go back to some profound moment in world history. And in the film, the main characters do exactly that from Troy to Versailles to Ancient Egypt, accidentally wreaking havoc on the space-time continuum. But me!? I’d go back to the toe-tapping era of the 1950’s in Vegas. Why? Well, first of…

A Trip to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas!

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Don’t Date a Boy Who Doesn’t Travel

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