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    Austria: Mountain Biking in Montafon

    Mountain Biking with a Zing and a Zip in Vorarlberg, Montafon, Austria By Max Hartshorne GoNOMAD.com Editor Bicycle enthusiasts around these parts may have seen the newest addition to local mobility. In Western Massachusetts, The new Valley Bikes kiosks each contain ten brand new electric bicycles, and for a nominal yearly fee of $90, people can unlock the […]

  • Author and friend on a peaceful eco-tour on the Broadkill River with Quest Fitness Kayak on Delaware coast. Photos: Christopher Ludgate

    A Thriving Community on the Delaware Coast

    By Christopher Ludgate GoNOMAD Senior Travel Writer The Southern Delaware Coast is a somewhat remote treasure that perhaps is more well-known to those adjacent to the Atlantic Corridor. Sometimes, when I am waxing on about it, people have only the vaguest notion about it, yet it’s had so many gems to discover with each visit […]

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    St Louis Missouri: Blues and Brews and the Arch

    Keeping Busy in St. Louis up the Gateway Arch By Tab Hauser The Gateway City offers Blues, Beer, BBQ, a sky-high view and a whole lot more. During our 6283-mile road trip, we decided to stop at some of America’s cities and St. Louis was worth a visit. The Top Sight The big tourist draw in […]

  • Rasnov Citadel, Brasov, Romania. NR Venkatesh photos.

    Romania: Brasov: Right Near What You Want to See

    Brasov Romania– a small town, close to big attractions! By NR Venkatesh Any visit to Romania would be embellished by a brief history lesson, given the country’s fascinating evolution.  And a visit to Transylvania and its medieval fortresses, whose inhabitants, tales and myths have inspired best-selling novels and Hollywood films would also be in order. Transylvania (Latin […]

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    Vibrant, Historic Hudson Valley, New York

    By Christopher Ludgate GoNOMAD Senior Travel Writer The train hurtled from Manhattan along the Hudson River, into the majestic scenery of the valley. I watched the sailboats glide along the glistening water as the sun set when the wild sight of an overgrown island suddenly appeared with what looked like castle towers peeking out. Our […]

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    Puerto Princesa, Philippines: Exploring Sea Caves

    A magical 30th birthday weekend in Puerto Princesa By Juanita Pienaar Puerto Princesa is one of the larger cities on Palawan. It is usually the starting point for people visiting the island, but often people don’t linger too long there before heading north towards El Nido. Puerto Princesa is different from the Island breakaway you expect […]

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