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Tag Archives: Travel Quotes
Travel quote: Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before. Continue reading
Houston Chronicle quotes Matthew Stone from Global Postmark about Continental airlines removing free pretzels from domestic flights. Continue reading
Patricia Storace considers paradise in this week’s travel quote. Continue reading
“I like thinking that perhaps this is how we should always travel, without foresight or answers, adventitiously, with faith as our compass.” Continue reading
In today’s travel quote, Adam Gopnik describes the two types of travelers. Continue reading
Bill Bryson hits the spot with Notes From a Small Island, one of the top travel books of all time. Continue reading
This passage is taken from the 1955 travel book American In Italy, which I have previously reviewed. It could have been written yesterday: I first heard of the two women from St. Louis from a bellboy who told me they had hung their laundry on the chandelier. When the manager discovered it had washed off the decorations he tried to make them pay.
I pull over once in a while and let them scream past. They don’t know what they’re missing. Or, if they do, they’ve become numb to it. A sad thing. Continue reading