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There’s just something about booze and trains that pairs well together — something about the mix of inviting scenery, elevated tipples, comfy seats and the motion of the train makes it … well, better than traveling by car, that’s for sure. Thankfully, after a 2020 that canceled everything, there are once again plenty of upscale locomotives (far nicer than the LIRR) that are once again offering scenic tours and adult beverages. Below, six 2021 boozy train options, with the caveats that 1) we are still in a pandemic, 2) these trains have rules you need to follow and 3) these trips could be altered/moved/canceled based on the state of the outside world.
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I Spent 10 Years Photographing The Romanian Countryside Which Looks Like A Fairy Tale (New Pics) In the past years, I have photographed the sunrise and the sunset from different corners hidden from circulated roads or modern cities, in the beautiful region called Transylvania situated in Romania. I chose to use some techniques of photography and post-processing to emphasize the feelings and moods I personally felt in these places. The Sagamore Hotel South Beach. Why You Should Visit Cat Island, the Best-Kept-Secret in the Bahamas. There are no swimming pigs on Cat Island. There are no cruise ship ports, either. In fact, I didn’t even see a single cat on Cat Island when I was there recently for a long weekend.
Named after the pirate Arthur Catt—instead of the animal—Cat Island is one of the Out Islands (locally known as the Family Islands) that make up the eastern boundary of the Bahamas. The 48-mile-long island has approximately 1,700 residents and no big-brand resorts, making it an ideal place to seek out if you’re looking to disconnect from the rest of the world (especially from the cruise ship crowds that you’ll often find on other popular Bahamian islands). Staying there Cat Island’s remote location means that is has remained blissfully free of large resorts, so travelers can choose among a handful of family-run small resorts or several dozen villas available to rent on Airbnb. This Man ‘Travels’ In Google Maps And Some Of The Things He Has Discovered Are Bizarre. Instagrammer's Tour of Mérida. Mérida is bursting with color (and quite possibly magic, too).
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