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Marilyn Terrell
Chief researcher of National Geographic Traveler magazine for 16 years, I'm off to explore. Life's too short to stay home 🙂🌎
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Marilyn Terrell 1m
There’s plenty of fun things to do and see in DC, even when some of the government is closed.
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And the has Creative in Residence giving free workshops and performances.
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Replying to @LandLopers
Yes! The US Botanic Garden is open, free, and fragrant
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Alex Fitzpatrick 4h
Here's my #1 winter driving protip: Keep a little thing of cat litter in your trunk when it's snowing or icy. Then, if you're having trouble getting traction when pulling out of a spot, pour some litter around your tires. It'll give you just enough grip to get out.
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Thanks a bunch, Steffen! 💐
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Karen Warren 23h
A3: It always feels slower if you get out early before everywhere gets crowded. Picture is of an unusually empty Segovia, before the rush hour starts
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Wici Cymru Jan 15
Pen-blwydd hapus i Wicipedia - yn 18 oed! Dathlwch drwy glicio 'Golygu'! Today, 15th January 2019, is Wikipedia's 18th birthday! Celebrate by hitting that 'Edit' button!
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“What differentiates the very best trips? Small groups, knowledgeable guides, a well-curated itinerary, a sensible pace, and sustainable practices“ ~ via
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 15
5 travel destinations that are fighting back against the “Instagram Effect” via
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Linda Jan 14
Civita di Bagnoregio, is a 2,500 year old traffic free village, in Italy with its only connection to the world being a long pedestrian bridge.
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Molly McCluskey Jan 7
We're completing our series . I am so proud of the work we did covering global urban parenting issues, and am so pleased to have worked with an amazing team of reporters around the world. Here are their stories.
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 14
If you want to get through airport security quickly, don’t wear any of these: via
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 14
Replying to @TravelingAnna
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 14
The Israeli breakfast is delish. Salads, veggies, yogurt, cheese. Photos From my current guesthouse, a 300 year old stone home In old town Akko. Everyplace has been similar with hummus as well. Also grilled eggplant in this photo and the coffee is excellent
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 14
RT Google maps doesn’t have the traffic thing for Phnom Penh, so I added one in.
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David Woodruff Jan 12
Snowy night in Washington, D.C.
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Domagoj Sever Jan 13
Visit National Park Plitvice lakes in winter when it’s covered in snow and ice ❄️❄️ Plitvice is famous for its 90 waterfalls and 16 lakes. Many people don’t know that in winter Plitvice Lakes transform into a white wonderland 🌨️⛄
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 13
It burned down nine years after it was built. Barnum built three more mansions in Bridgeport after that:
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 13
Replying to @Aerohaveno
Yes folks, we got trouble! Right here in River City!
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Marilyn Terrell Jan 13
Inspired by the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, P.T. Barnum built himself this Moorish Revival palace, called Iranistan, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. An engraving of the mansion persuaded singer Jenny Lind to accept Barnum’s invitation to America:
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