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Don’t be Stranded in a Travel Emergency

May 22, 2014
Donna and Alan Hull at the Lion in Lucerne

You’re bicycling through a French vineyard. Splat! You just fell down and broke a leg. At the hospital, the doctor says that the injury requires a full leg cast. Uh-oh. The full leg cast means that you can’t fly on a commercial airliner. But all you want to do is go home to doctors that you know and trust. […]

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Traveling Light With The Eagle Creek Load Warrior

April 15, 2014
The Eagle Creek 22" rolling duffle packed and ready to go.

Confession time. I’m not a light packer. Although my packing skills have improved over the years, and I no longer pack everything I own, becoming an efficient packer is still on my to do list. At least that WAS the case before I traveled for 18 days using an Eagle Creek 22″ rolling duffle bag […]

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The Milepost: Your Companion For North Country Travel

March 12, 2014
Review of The Milepost. A must-have for driving in Alaska.

Sometimes our road trip planning consists of packing a few items and fueling up the car, before heading on a spontaneous journey to who knows where. But not when it comes to driving the Alaska Highway. This is a travel adventure that requires months of planning. And sometimes the information isn’t easy to come by. […]

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Princess Cruises relaxation giveaway

August 19, 2013
Enjoy a relaxing basket of products from Princess Cruises

Relaxation. If you’re like me, there are times when I doubt that such a concept really exists, what with the hectic travel life that Alan and I lead. Whatever happened to boomer retirement? One way we like to relax is by finding a cruise itinerary with at least a few sea days. Most cruise ships […]

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Traveling with a Kindle Paperwhite

June 26, 2013
Kindle Paperwhite Review |My Itchy Travel Feet

I have to admit that I held out a long time before I even considered buying an e-Reader like the Kindle Paperwhite. I was steadfast in my love for paperback and hardback books. Like many avid readers, I’ve always been a sentimental fool when it comes to the sound of flipping pages and the subtle smell […]

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The winners from our May giveaways are…

June 9, 2013
Toasting to a 5 year anniversary at My Itchy Travel Feet

Thanks for helping My Itchy Travel Feet celebrate five years on the internet by entering the May giveaways. And the winners are: The California Directory of Fine Wineries: Central Coast went to Christine V. from Pleasantville NY. The Best Road Trips Book from Lonely Planet went to Suzanne Fluhr from Philadelphia, PA The Ladies Scottevest Travel Vest […]

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Alpine Sierra Trailblazer Guide: Slip Your Itchy Travel Feet into Hiking Boots

May 29, 2013
Twenty Lakes Basin

While the United States has some of the world’s most diverse and rich areas for nature lovers, most hikers and trekkers would probably agree that the Sierra Nevada is one of the most strikingly beautiful areas in the country. Those looking for active travel options throughout Lake Tahoe and Yosemite will be rewarded with some […]

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Plan a trip to California’s Central Coast wineries with this book

May 23, 2013
CDFW-BookCover-Central-Coast-Red

Are you planning a trip to visit the wineries of the Central California Coast? With approximately 300 choices of wineries, tasting rooms and vineyards in the area, it’s hard to know where to start. That’s why I recommend picking up a copy of The California Directory of Fine Wineries Central Coast from Wine House, so that […]

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Bring along the QuikPod Explorer II on your next trip

May 16, 2013
Quik Pod Explorer II

Has this happened to you? At the turn-around point in the hike a mountain looms behind you decorated with snowy peaks and gushing waterfalls. You’d like to take a photo with you in the scene to prove to friends that “yes, I did hike that challenging trail in Glacier National Park.” Looking around, you realize […]

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Traveling with Scottevest

May 15, 2013
Win a Scottevest Ladies Travel Vest

When traveling, I’m a hands free kind of gal. In other words, I don’t like brining a purse or backpack whether I’m walking the streets of Lucca or exploring on a California road trip. Wearing a Scottevest Travel Vest for Women gives me the freedom to put my gear in the pockets and explore hands […]

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