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So… let me just be honest, I could write the best article in the world explaining to you why you should travel, but realistically, you’re still not going to. Since I am a photographer and a visual learner, I thought it would be best to show you why you should travel. In all honesty, it doesn’t really matter where you go, it’s the fact that you’re getting out in the world. There are millions of places that you can visit and it doesn’t even have to be far from home.

 

Here are 20 images that I hope will inspire you to get out and see some of the beautiful world we live in!

 

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Batu Caves, Malaysia

 

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Cairo, Egypt

 

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Jerusalem, Israel

 

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

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Maafushi, Maldives

 

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Berlin, Germany

 

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Salla, Finland

 

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

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Budapest, Hungary

 

Ben San, Vietnam

 

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Istanbul, Turkey

 

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Jerusalem, Israel

 

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

 

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Prague, Czech Republic

 

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Malé, Maldives

 

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Phuket, Thailand

 

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IMAGES CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT FROM PHOTOGRAPHER.

 


 

Bio Photo Marina 150x150 UPDATED: Taking A Chalkboard Around The World (PHOTOS)Marina Dominguez is the co-founder of Latitude 34 Travel Blog as well as a photographer and documentary film maker.

As a maturing women, Marina has dedicated her life to travel and new experiences. After working a 9-5 cubical lifestyle, Marina sold everything she owned, left her job and begun a new life with her best friend and travel companion, Jeff Johns. Together they relocated to Phuket, Thailand and founded Latitude 34 in which they seek to share their alternative lifestyle with the world.

Marina is a Visual Journalism graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography where she studied photography, videography and ultimately caught the travel bug. Through creating several international documentaries, Marina realized there was more to the world than work and wanted something more.

Beautiful and Dreamy Pictures of Denmark (Gallery)

Beautiful and Dreamy Pictures of Denmark (Gallery)

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We both share such a passion for photography that we love being able to share beautiful images from beautiful places we have yet to visit. Denmark is on our list of places we much visit, but sadly we haven’t been there yet. Lucky for us, Guiie Sandgaard Ferrer has spent years capturing the beauty and dream like pictures of Denmark and was kind enough to share his gorgeous images with us. Enjoy!

“It is well known that Denmark -where he is home based- is as flat as a flapjack and challenging for any photographer…but this is what inspires and moves me to make magic shots and unveil what others haven’t seen yet”.

New Zealand, Los Andes in Chile, Argentina, Spain and Germany, have been the places where he’s been based the most, traveling all around in a never-ending quest to chase the untameable different climates that create unusual and unique scenes that he captures and shows through his photography.

Over the years, he has developed one of his favorite techniques in photography: IR.

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Guiie Sandgaard Ferrer (Fine-art and landscape photographer) is a journalist, former music and travel writer who, after searching, breathing, living and making music all around the globe, decided it was the right time to stop, settle down and start his life in Scandinavia where he is developing his beloved craft: photography. You can follow him on twitter @gsfphotography

Morocco

20 Photos That Will Make You Want to Visit Morocco 

 

Morocco has a certain mystique that not many other countries have. The name conjures up images of great mosques, winding hill side alleyways and colorful spice markets. While I had visited Morocco years ago, I was so consumed at a young age by the sounds and smells that I remember very little of the country beyond the huge impact it had on my senses.
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While on a recent cruise, Marina and I had the chance to stop and explore both Casablanca and Tangier, two wildly different coastal cities, both filled with the vibrance of a culture so different from our own.
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Morocco truly has it all, and while we still have so much of the country left to explore, here are 20 photos that will make you want to visit Morocco immediately. With so much color, contrast, sights and sounds, get those bags packed and head out for an adventure in Morocco, we can’t wait to hear about your experiences!

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Innsbruck, Austria

Why You Can’t Miss Innsbruck, Austria (PHOTOS)

 

Every young traveler dreams of not only visiting Europe at some point but also of finding the quintessential European city full of charm, history, character and heart. While most traveling chose to visit Paris, London or Rome if they get the chance to hop across the pond, there are many smaller cities worth a visit, which is why you can’t miss Innsbruck, Austria if you have the chance to visit.
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Innsbruck isn’t Austria’s largest or most commonly visited city yet offers those who visit some of the most authentic European experiences that can be found anywhere. Innsbruck offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, as well as sledding, which is ridiculously fun. Ever been to an igloo party on top of a mountain? Innsbruck offers a slick mountain top restaurant right above the city which hosts weekly DJ hosted parties in a gigantic igloo. There is nothing like standing by a fire with a glass of hot wine looking over the majestic city lights below.
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Europe is known for its cuisine and Innsbruck doesn’t disappoint with amazing authentic restaurants as well as many Asian, Mexican and delicious burger places. Walking around the amazingly picturesque downtown area will give you a great sense of history and the many bakeries, cheese and meat stores that line the alleys offer some of the best bites to eat during your day.

 

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While still a small city, Innsbruck played host to be the 1964 and 1976 winter Olympics and many of the sky slopes built are still in use today. If you visit Innsbruck during the winter months, you will be hard pressed to walk through town on a weekend morning and not see many of the locals loading up their cars and heading for the hills. Located in the Inn Valley, Innsbruck is literally surrounded by some of the most impressive mountains we have seen, and when covered in snow they provide one of the most breathtaking surroundings you could imagine, you will feel as though you are in a postcard.

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While Innsbruck might not be on your list of must see cities in Europe, it is located only an hour and a half train ride from Munich, Germany and can even be explored in a day trip. While we would spend at least 2-3 days in the city, much can be done in a day, such as visiting one of the many castles outside of the city, enjoying an amazing schnitzel lunch and walking the beautiful banks of the river that flows through the middle of town.

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Ask the locals for their recommendations, as there are endless hidden nooks and crannies around the city filled with uber authentic dining options. Innsbruck also offers some great nightlife options including dance clubs for the younger generation (or old people looking to be awesome) as well as an opera house for the older generation (or youngsters looking to be pretentious haha).
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Innsbruck offers plenty of hotel options, from high end to budget and the train system all throughout Europe is impeccably clean, efficient and easy to use. We took the train in from Rome and left via train to Venice for Carnivale.
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One of our favorite European cities by far, the air is clean, scenery drop dead gorgeous, people warm and options endless for an authentic and memorable European holiday.

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.H . jeffjohnsheadshotJeff Johns is the co-founder and editor of Latitude 34 Travel Blog. Through 65 countries on 6 continents he has accumulated a seemingly endless stream of odd information, interesting stories and helpful tips and tricks to better travel. Jeff’s goal is to visit all 204 countries on Earth before he is too senile to remember them all. A graduate of the Visual Journalism program at the Brooks Institute, his true passions lay in honest visual storytelling, documentary filmmaking, Thai food and a good laugh. Together with his girlfriend Marina, they run Latitude 34 Travel Blog as a source of helpful information for those who love to travel or those who simply dream of it. If you have a comment or suggestion, send them an email at hello@latitudethirtyfour.com and they’ll respond super fast!

Budapest
Why Budapest Might Just be the Most Enchanting City in Europe (30 PHOTOS)
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Budapest is quickly becoming one of the hottest cities in Europe. We’ll admit that visiting Budapest was not on the top of our list until almost every traveler and friend we talked to told us we couldn’t miss a visit.
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Eager to see what all the fuss was about, we booked a train from Prague to Budapest and were absolutely blown away by how beautiful, clean, friendly and enchanting Budapest was. The city offers some of the most magnificent castles in Europe, the cuisine to die for, parks to lounge in, a superb transit system, a hip night life and all for very cheap.
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It wasn’t on our list of cities to visit when we started this trip, but Budapest has quickly jumped to the top of our list of cities we must get back to.
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London, England

12 Photos of London That Will Make You Love Rain

Although we only had one wet, rainy day to explore London, we had a blast! London is such a beautiful city even when it is pouring rain. We love taking photos in the rain and London was the perfect city for this! If you ever have a chance to visit London make sure to check out as much as you can and bring an umbrella!

 

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Paris, France
How about a visit to the magical city of Paris, France!

19 Photos that will Make you Fall in Love with Paris

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Paris is one of those cities that everyone raves about and it is not until you see the city you can really understand. Jeff and I just spent 6 long and wonderful days exploring everything Paris has to offer. We were fortunately enough to stay with a good friend who has lived in Paris for the past year and in 6 days, showed us almost everything she had discovered. We walked through countless little streets, ate dozens of croissants and bakeries all over and drank coffee in tons of the endless cafes Paris has to offer and of course had our cameras in hand to capture it all!

 

While we are working on our “Latitude 34 Guide to Paris” we couldn’t help but share some of the beauty Paris has to offer in a photo gallery. Hope you enjoy!

 

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Ribz From Pack Review

Ribz Front Pack Review

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The main trouble with a backpack is that is it always just that, on your back! While it is one thing to be able and throw everything into your backpack and head off but anytime you have to grab something large or small from your bag, you’ve got to stop, take off the back, unzip, get your gear and throw it back on your back. As photographers, this simple action is one of the most annoying things about our bulky backpacks. We are always stopping to grab something or put something back and while we are traveling in a hurry it is extremely irritating. The Ribz Front Pack changes all of this.

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We also worry a lot about the security of all the gear we carry on our backs, out of the site of our eyes and especially in large crowds and for off countries, it is easy to get paranoid and be concerned that your zipper might be open, someone might be reaching in and your gear might go missing the next time you take your bag off. We’ve often tried to even walk with our backpacks on our fronts when we are traveling by foot, on the train or walking through large crowds, but the bulk, weight and size all make this somewhat difficult and simply not the best option.

Ribz From Pack ReviewThe Ribz front pack, while of course not as large as a traditional backpack gives us a brilliant option to our bulky camera bags. Often we head on for a day long shoot while traveling and take our entire bag with us, even though we do not need most of the gear for the day but simply because we have no other option. The Ribz front pack easily fits in a small case and takes up little room in any bag. It is big enough to fit a couple extra lenses, a flash, memory cards, wallet and keys, all the essentials you need when out and about and without having to throw it all in a bigger backpack, and it leaves it all as easily accessible right in front of our hands. Changing a lens is easy as ever and can be done without barely stopping. No more worrying about leaving the back open on your back or someone reaching in. And since it has enough room to hold your keys, wallet and cell phone too, no need to worry about people in your pockets either.

While it might not be the best backpack for the climb up Mount Everest, it is a wonderful alternative to the traditional backpack. And what makes it even better is that it can easily be worn in addition to any larger backpack and simply place the essentials right at your fingertips and easy for anyone to grab.

So would we recommend one to you? You can’t go wrong with the Ribz front pack and it is a wonderful addition or alternative to any bag and can even act a replacement for many people. Want to throw in a water bottle and a snack while you go for a run – its perfect for that too.

*Disclosure of Material Connection: I received the Ribz Front Pack for free as coordinated by Deep Creek Public Relations in consideration for review publication.

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“If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it. This is the most basic kind of peace work.”
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Capture the Color 2013!

We were happy to receive a nomination from our pals over at Divergent Travelers this week for the 2013 Capture the Color travel blogger photographer contest held by Travel Supermarket. We only found out a couple days before the deadline so we hurried up and put together some of our favorite pictures from our journeys. The rules are simple – submit five images, one of each color, red, yellow, blue, green and white. We love being able to share our images and are really excited to see all the pictures submitted from travel bloggers everywhere! The deadline is 12 midnight EST, October 9th so hurry up and submit if you would like. You do not have to be nominated to submit. Cheers!

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Blue – Santiago, Chile
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Yellow – Chennai, India
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White – Los Angeles, CA
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Green – Patagonia, Chile

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As part of the nomination, we have also been asked to nominate 5 other travel bloggers. We know there isn’t much time but we hope these guys can get some pictures in before the deadline!

Mapping Megan

Laura the Explorer

Wandering On

Our Favorite Adventure

Santa Fe Travelers

 


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Trips 4 Photographers, Why Taking One is Worth it!

Since Marina and I are both professional visual journalists, we are always keen to find new ways fellow travel photographers can come together, make pictures and see the world. And while many travel photographers are full time freelancers bouncing around the globe, many professional amateurs really love going on photo adventures with fellow enthusiasts and they can be a wonderful way to form community, see the world, gain confidence and most importantly take better photographs! “Our trips aren’t only for students, and amateurs, but true professionals as well”, says Meir Jacob, the founder of Trips 4 Photographers.

We recently caught up with Meir to pick his brain about the importance and power of group outings and how they can help photographers on every level. Here is our short interview with Meir, his passion and dedication to photography and culture is immediately apparent!

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Latitude 34: What do you think the most important lesson for young photographers to learn while traveling is?

Meir Jacob: I was born in Romania and read stuff until age of 7, then immigrated to Israel… after 40 years was invited back to the Romania where I was born to practice as consultant, and then I discovered for the first time ,in the deepest way the meaning of ‘culture’, difference of cultures, values… Coming from ‘two places at one time’ helped me to grasp the deep difference between our cultures and the different cultures they share among themselves. This is one of the most inspiring experiences I had, and this is one of the most important things I would love younger people to gain from these workshops “to recognize culture” to understand how different could people coming from different places see things yet never being wrong about what they perceive. Imagine coming from a chaotic country, built on entrepreneurship to a country trained for decades to obey… The point was not who or what is better, but rather to understand how deep culture sits and to what extent it influences our beliefs system and in fact our life and fate.

LAT34: Where was the first place you photographed while traveling and fell in love with?

MJ: I loved photographing Turkey – one of the most fascinating countries. Practicing as a consultant for a huge beverage firm in Romania, and since I was working with sales, I had the opportunity to visit more than 80% of what the local people get to see during their life – I love shooting Romania, excellent place for anything ‘forgotten in time’ – beautiful landscape – people of the friendliest kind… I was born there so… there must be some Slibovitz in my blood (that’s the stiff plums local drink)

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LAT34: What made you decide to start photography tours? Was it you love of travel or photography?

MJ: I’m not sure what came first, my love to travel (I have practiced as Tour Leader and guide for one of our biggest firms here during the 90’s) and I traveled lots as TL and with my wife…. or my love for Photography. I guess it comes from a third place – from my love for project management and from my love for the experience of mentoring. I LOVE seeing people around me explore, discover, get insights… If I can facilitate any of that I’m happy. In a way I call it my new form of art… Creating a meaningful experience for people with cameras.

LAT34: What is one country you have yet to visit that you must photograph?

MJ: Regretfully, I can’t count one country only. I would love to go back to Romania, Turkey (and I will), I started a collaboration with some people in Andalucia Spain, I want to explore the Hardcore Flamenco country – going all the way to those little villages where Flamenco runs with mothers’ milk. Bhutan is just behind the corner (have a trip planned for March 2014..) So there’s plenty to look forward to.

LAT34: What is your favorite travel image you have shot and what does it mean to you?

MJ: I’m not sure I can mention ONE travel image, there are quite a few. There are various ways I can find an image gratifying: The unique composition, light I managed to capture… a magical moment with a ‘model’ I met in the market place… There is always the dilemma – the absolute photographic quality of a photo versus the sentiments invested in it… it’s never easy to please the ‘internal client’, the ‘internal curator’.

Meir and Trips 4 Photographers currently offers wonderful photo trips through such amazing places as Bhutan, Istanbul, Republic of Srpska, Bosnia Herzegovina and Iceland. In addition to their planned trips for professional and semi professional photographers, they are shortly announcing trips just for students with special mentors, collaborations and lectures to maximize the potential learning experiences for all.

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Their flagship tour takes place every winter in Istanbul and sounds incredible! Read their description and 6 reasons why it will be the trip of a lifetime!

Istanbul is beautiful all the year around. This year we decided to offer a series of workshops, each dedicated to a season. 
The first one is Winter Workshop for Photographs. A unique opportunity to capture a dreamy snowy Istanbul!
Unveiling the secrets of Istanbul – Cultures, People, Places…
A Byzantine Capital for a whole millennium, an Ottoman Capital for almost 600 years, a bridge between East and West, the only city built on two continents – all of that and more in a tour designed by and for Photographers. 
A 5 days trip to one of the most fascinating cities on this planet.
Here are 6 reasons why this is going to be a wonderful experience and a Photographer’s must:
1. Intimacy – the group is limited to maximum 16 Photographers (minimum 8), which will allow us a real workshop atmosphere.
2. Careful design and planning of the itinerary, down to the minutest detail from a photographer’s angle: Themes X Venues X Timing X Light X Logistics
3. Emphasis on practicing and improving progressive Photography techniques: 
– HDR mini-workshops 
– Long exposure, Night shots
– Silhouettes
4. The added value of Mindful photography:
– Introduction to Visual Anthropology – exploring a culture through our camera lens
– Introduction to Muslim Art, identifying the aesthetic values, elements and motifs
5. Impeccable logistics: An excellent local support team. Any problem thought off – solved ahead: Camera passes, Professional guides, Transportation… 
6. Last but by all means not least: The love we have for the place, it’s attractions and stories that was invested in the planning of this workshop. This is a love we are convinced will be shared by anyone to take part in this workshop.

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We were thrilled to speak with Meir and sincerely hope we can join an expedition with Trips 4 Photographers in the near future! Special thanks to Meir for introducing us to his passion and the wonderful experiences he helps to offer. Check out the official Trips 4 Photographers Website, and follow them at on their Trips4Photographers Facebook Page as well as on twitter @trips4photo 

Keep up to date with them , like them, follow them and look out for new and exciting trip announcements coming soon!

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jeffjohnsheadshotJeff Johns is the co-founder and editor of Latitude 34 Travel Blog. Through 65 countries on 6 continents he has accumulated a seemingly endless stream odd information, interesting stories and helpful tips and tricks to better travel. Jeff’s goal is to visit all 204 countries on Earth before he is too senile to forget them all.

A graduate of the Visual Journalism program at the Brooks Institute, his true passions lay in honest visual storytelling, documentary filmmaking, Thai food and a good laugh.

Together with his girlfriend Marina, they run Latitude 34 Travel Blog as a source of helpful information for those who love to travel or those who simply dream of it. If you have a comment or suggestion, send them an email at hello@latitudethirtyfour.com and they’ll respond super fast!


Photo Tour through Paris with Divergent Travelers!

When you are asked to think of a magical city, what is the first city that comes to mind for you? For me, it’s Paris. The city is beautiful and full of iconic landmarks that will leave you breathless. You can easily spend a couple weeks here just wandering the streets and taking it all in. I was lucky to visit Paris last Fall as the brisk winter air turned the leaves and created a fulfilled Fall atmosphere. The following photo essay will take you on a walk through Paris and give you a sneak peek into what this iconic city can offer you on your next visit to Paris.

Paris Sign

** Where shall we wander to first? **

Pont Neuf Bridge over the Seine

** Stroll on the Pont Neuf Bridge- the oldest bridge in Paris to cross the River Seine. **

Place Saint-Michel

** Place Saint-Michel is a popular square in the Latin Quarter near the River Seine. **

Lock Bridge- Paris

** Visit the Lock Bridge which displays thousands of locks placed by lovers over the years. **

Mona Lisa Admirers- Louvre, Paris

** Join the masses and admire the Mona Lisa in the Louvre Museum. **

Notre Dame Cathedral

** Pay a visit to the gargoyles at the Notre Dame Cathedral. **

Concorde Place, Paris

** Take the bus to Place de la Concorde. The site of the execution of Marie Antoinette. **

Paris Fountains

** Admire the faces of the fountains while you make your way around Paris. **

Paris Artisans

** Mingle with the Artisans that setup shop on the Left Bank. **

Louvre Museum

** Visit the courtyard of the Louvre Museum and photograph the infamous glass pyramid. **

Beautiful decor

** Admire the timeless furniture at street side shops in the Latin Quarter. **

Arc de Triomphe

** Get up close and personal with the Arc de Triomphe. **

Moulin Rouge, Paris

** Hop the subway to the Montmartre District and the Moulin Rouge. **

Sacre Couer

** Hike up the hill to see the Sacre Couer and then admire the view of Paris from above. **

Wine in Paris

** Pause for a moment at a café and enjoy some wine. **

Eiffel Tower at night

** After paying a visit during the day, visit the Eiffel Tower at night for a treat. **

This is a small, small sampling of the wonders that this city can offer you on your next visit. Plan for an absolute minimum of 4 days and let yourself get lost in the beauty that Paris has to offer you.

Lina from Divergent Travelers has been traveling for 12+ years, solo and together with her partner David, while working a full time job! Between the two of them, they have already visited 31 countries and are hoping that their stories will not only inspire those of you that are thinking about the jump, but also become a place you can visit for support and information in planning and realizing your dreams! You can follow their adventures on their blog Divergent Travelers, Facebook and Twitter.

Thanks so much to Lina and David for sending us this amazing photo tour of Paris! Check them out and follow their travels on Facebook and Twitter and stay tuned for more Traveler Check-ins coming up next week!


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