Wednesday Reading – Travel (July 10, 2019)

Here are some great travel blog posts I read during the past week.

8 Places to Drink Great Wine in Fredericksburg, Texas by Gretchen Henne on The Johnny Jet Website. 

Garmisch Partenkirchen – A Magical Town in the Bavarian Alps by David and Deb on The Planet D Website.

Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range.  Set in the dense forests of the Kii Mountains overlooking the Pacific Ocean, three sacred sites—Yoshino and Omine, Kumano Sanzan, Koyasan—linked by pilgrimage routes to the ancient capital cities of Nara and Kyoto, reflect the fusion of Shinto, rooted in the ancient tradition of nature worship in Japan, and Buddhism, which was introduced from China and the Korean Peninsula. The sites (506.4 ha) and their surrounding forest landscape reflect a persistent and extraordinarily well-documented tradition of sacred mountains over 1,200 years. The area, with its abundance of streams, rivers, and waterfalls, is still part of the living culture of Japan and is much visited for ritual purposes and hiking, with up to 15 million visitors annually. Each of the three sites contains shrines, some of which were founded as early as the 9th century. By Nick Kembel on The Everything Everywhere Website.

Outdoor Fun in Central Florida: Airboats, Balloons and Gators. Eco-Tourism and Adventure in Kissimmee, Florida- Natural reasons to visit Central Florida by Victoria Hart on The Go Nomad Website.

Turkey Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan.

Travel Greenland; My 7 Day Greenland Itinerary by Johnny on The One Step 4 Ward Website.

How to travel responsibility to the Galapagos Islands by Carlos Beate on The A Luxury Travel Blog Website.

Mississippi Gulf Coast with Kids, A Surprising Beach Destination by Colleen Lanin on The Travel Mammas Website.

Exploring the Wonders of Texas National Parks (No Deserts or Tumbleweeds, We Promise) by Catherine Parker on The Traveling Mom Website.

How To Spend 4 Days In Athens: Best Historical Sites, Discount Tickets, Museums & Restaurants by John Bender on The Travel With Bender Website.

 

 

 

 

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