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Located on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis, MD, is one of America’s hidden gems. Better known as the home of the US Naval Academy, Annapolis is a quaint coastal town with a rich history that stretches back to Colonial America. In fact, Annapolis was the capital of the United States for a short time in the 1700s. And while the ever-growing suburbs have turned the capital of Maryland into a modern mini-city, the heart of Annapolis has never lost its Colonial charm. READ MORE
Bruce Springsteen (Photo Courtesy of Andrew H. Walker/ Getty Images)
Thousands of people are expected to converge on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the Concert for Valor to honor veterans, active-duty service members and their families. The event — scheduled to start at 7 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Nov. 11 — is free to the public. Concertgoers can snag a spot on the National Mall when it opens at 10 a.m. Televised live on HBO, the concert will feature big-name musicians including Bruce Springsteen, Carrie Underwood, Eminem, Jennifer Hudson, Dave Grohl, Rihanna and the Black Keys.
Hello, NYC! The crowd at the Museum of the Moving Image — located in Astoria, NY– is pumped to audition to become the next Travel Channel Star! The casting call will be held today, November 10, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. We’ll do our best to record as many hopefuls as possible, but come early to secure a spot or risk braving a line.
Grand Cayman, Photography by Jacrews7, flickr
This week’s travel blog round up appeals to the senses, from inspiring scents being dispensed at the airport to the taste of gin, which is no longer your grandparents’ drink.
Camels & Chocolate visits the Grand Cayman Islands to celebrate its annual Pirates Week Festival, complete with a Jolly Roger pirate ship cruise.
Heathrow Airport’s new device dispenses scents that inspire people to travel. Skift explains how they narrowed down the scents.
It’s not a grandparents’ drink anymore: find out why gin has become one of the trendiest drinks in cocktail bars around the world according to A Luxury Travel Blog.
Whether you find yourself in Vietnam or China, Triphackr shares how to access Facebook, Twitter and Youtube when it’s blocked.
Last but not least, our own editor Kathleen Rellihan found her way into Fathom’s 24 best volunteer opportunities around the world.
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If you’re ever in Germany, take a road trip to Nördlingen, a quaint city about 2 hours northwest of Munich. Travelers love the picturesque architecture and surrounding green fields.
Were Jim Carrey and Robin Williams your inspiration growing up? Have you always dreamed about using your voice to entertain people? Then the That’s Voiceover!™ career expo is the place for you. Showcase your talents at the Museum of the Moving Image — in Astoria, NY –– on Monday from 10 am to 10 pm. Participants will have an opportunity to show off their skills in one-on-one Q&As, audience participation and real-world auditions. The ultimate goal is The AUDITION Spotlight, a voiceover competition where one lucky actor will win an opportunity to work with Travel Channel! For more information and to purchase your ticket, visit thatsvoiceover.com. READ MORE
Photo Courtesy of Teri Johnson
Anyone who has met Teri Johnson in person will quickly notice the unique style of this well-traveled woman. In fact, her Travelista mantra is what helped her land a gig as the host of Travel Channel’s 11-part original web series, Fall in the Finger Lakes.
Teri is the creator, host and executive producer of Travelista TV, an online video network that focuses on travel, culture, lifestyle and entertainment. In addition to making an appearance on Travel Channel’s Stuff Rich People Like, Teri has shared her travel and fashion expertise with other notable networks and media outlets, including NBC, Fine Living, BET, TVOne, Huffington Post, Uptown Magazine, Four Seasons Magazine and Ebony Magazine.
This young travel blogger has crisscrossed the world to meet new people, immerse herself in different cultures and experience local traditions and customs — all done with class and sophistication. We thought it would be fun to find out where Teri’s travels have taken her, and of course, get the scoop about her Travelista brand.
Bert Kreischer, Travel Channel host
Have you dreamed of being the next Sam Brown, Andrew Zimmern, Kinga Philipps or Shane Reynolds, traveling the world and experiencing new places, cultures and people? Well, listen up if you live in New York City or you plan on visiting the Big Apple. Come to the Museum of the Moving Image — located in Astoria, NY– to audition to become the next Travel Channel Star. Auditions are scheduled on Monday, Nov. 10, between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m.
We’re searching for people with adventurous/curious personalities who can share their world experiences from a unique perspective. It goes without saying, but strong candidates should be passionate travelers with a distinct point of view with the ability to transport an audience wherever your travels take you.
When you arrive at the Casting Call, be prepared to share the following: READ MORE
View the iconic Edinburgh Castle from Ross Fountain, located in the Princess Street gardens.
The photos, movies and blog posts in this week’s travel roundup will take you around the world.
Inspired by the Ryder Cup, Triphackr presents the ultimate UK road trip, from Edinburgh to London.
Blurred Moments captures breathtaking photos from a couple’s around-the-world journey. In the first 7 months, they’ve been to Argentina, Bolivia, Hungary, India, Ireland and Peru, to name a few.
From festivals and competitions to unique animal experiences to the best outdoor adventures, check out My Wanderlist’s definitive list for where to travel in November.
Adventures in Wonderland explores the “other” Lotus Land, Vancouver, BC.
And if you’d like to spend some of your weekend armchair traveling, Latitude34 rounds up the 16 greatest travel movies of all time.
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The “Day of the Dead,” or Dia de los Muertos in Spanish, is a national holiday celebrated in Mexico on Nov. 1 and 2. Families and friends gather together to remember and pray for those who have died. Dia de los Muertos is famous for its ornately decorated skeleton costumes.