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Travel Well Archives - Page 30 of 35 - The Cultureur | For the Modern Global Citizen

October 31, 2012 :: Halloween in the United States

October 14, 2012
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What: Halloween, short for “All Hallows’ Evening,” is a highly commercialized, secular American holiday that’s celebrated all over the country, and now, world.

Halloween is often associated with pumpkin carving, trick-or-treating, pranks, horror films, costume wearing, and morbid decorations based on the supernatural […]

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Berlin: A Culinary Melting Pot

October 13, 2012
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Berlin boasts a dining scene that is vibrant, diverse, innovative, and fiercely competitive. The German capital offers much more than just sausages, sauerkraut, and beer, as some may think. Berlin is in a constant state of change, and today, it has become a melting pot of cultures and […]

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Grotta Palazzese: An Enchanting Culinary Experience in A Cave Along the Italian Coast

October 11, 2012
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Is dining inside a cave while gazing into the emerald-green depths of the Adriatic Sea on your bucket list? Well, it’s definitely on mine. A few weeks ago, a friend returned from Bari, a small town in northern Italy and told me about the most amazing […]

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Debunked! Top 15 Myths About Germany

October 11, 2012
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1)   German roads have no speed limits. As much as Germans love their fast cars, they value order far more, and that kind of chaos would kill them. Roads do, in fact, have speed limits. What you may be referring to is the Autobahn, the simple […]

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[Infographic] Almost Extinct Destinations: 10 Places to See

October 11, 2012
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Humans are awesome. We’re destroying the world, one destination at a time. It really saddens me that my children may not be able to experience these stunning places. If there ever was an urgency to travel, it’d be now […]

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Debunked! Top 15 Myths About India

October 11, 2012
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1) India is a poor country. So there’s people who live in huts, walk barefoot, dress in rags, and beg for money, that doesn’t make the entire country poor. Have you been to Harlem lately? The country has positioned itself as one of […]

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Photo Essay: Autumn in New York City

October 10, 2012
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As the crisp autumn season settles over the Big Apple, gorgeous shades of orange, red, and yellow illuminate the entire city, creating the calm before the storm. Coming from LA, it’s such a delight to be able to witness an actual changing of seasons, and my favorite […]

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Nature Meets Romance: 7 Destinations for the Perfect Proposal

October 8, 2012
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Natural beauty has always lured romantics. There is something about nature—from sparkling seawaters to snow-covered mountain peaks to dancing waterfalls—that overtly spells romance, and every continent (yes, even Antarctica!) is brimming with beautiful natural destinations that paint the ideal backdrop for your wedding proposal. Bask […]

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Living High: A Himalayan Experience

October 4, 2012
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Excerpts from my Study Abroad in India journal…
As a University of California student, we were afforded the opportunity to study abroad in virtually any country around the world. I chose India. I spent a total of 6 months in the country, 1 month in the Himalayas and […]

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Women Hold Up Half the Sky: Don’t Criticize Without An Alternative

October 2, 2012
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If you’ve been following me on Twitter or if you’re a fan of Nicolas Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn, Gabrielle Union, Olivia Wilde, Diane Lane, America Ferrera, Eva Mendes, or Meg Ryan, it’s likely you’ve heard the buzz about the new documentary, Half the Sky that […]

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