Posts Tagged ‘nonstop’

January 27, 2016

7 Great Day Trips from Tokyo

With all the exciting things to see and do in Tokyo, it’s no wonder that it’s a top destination for travelers looking to be mesmerized. You’ll hardly run out of things to do in the city – but Japan is full of amazing sights and sounds just a quick day trip away. With plenty of train and bus connections, tourists can easily plan a day trip to see some of these hidden gems. 

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  1. October 28, 2015

    7 Productive Things to Do on a Nonstop Flight

    Eye mask? Check. Magazines? Check. Neck pillow? Check. You are packed and ready to go with everything you think you may need for your nonstop flight to Tokyo or Amsterdam! While you are so happy not to have to get off the plane on your way to your destination, there is still the matter of the number of hours you will be in flight. You may opt to read and sleep as much as possible, but in case you toss and turn and can’t sleep, here are seven things you can do to keep yourself busy and be productive!
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  2. August 27, 2014

    10 Stunning European Castles You’ll Want to Visit

    Everybody loves a castle, and Europe has some of the most romantic, sinister, and awe-inspiring castles in the world. Each castle is unique and has a story to tell. We promise you’ll want to cross these off your bucket list!
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  3. September 11, 2013

    5 Can’t-Miss European Castles

    Researching and ranking European castles isn’t easy, but someone’s got to do it! Fly nonstop from Portland to Amsterdam and start your journey through history and architecture by way of these majestic estates.

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  4. August 7, 2013

    Global Entry: The Wait is Over

    You are a savvy traveler. You’ve flown several times this year. You’ve checked-in online, your bags are packed, and your carry-on is set with passport, 3-1-1 compliant fluids and itineraries. You have it down to a science and you’re ready to head back home. It’s mostly seamless. But then you get to customs…

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  5. July 19, 2013

    The Top 5 Reasons You Need to Climb Mt. Fuji

    After a short 10-hour flight flying nonstop from Portland to Tokyo, you arrive and are greeted with the sweet scent of a Japanese summer breeze. Peering 62 miles in the distance, you see it: Mt. Fuji.

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  6. July 12, 2013

    Jigokudani Yaen-Koen: Land of the Bathing Snow Monkey

    Jigokudani’s Yaen-Koen, roughly translated to ‘Hell’s Valley Monkey Park,’ is home to some 200 Japanese Macaques and we imagine that these furry fellows find it more like a heavenly retreat. A trip to Nagano would not be complete without observing the bathing Snow Monkeys.

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  7. July 5, 2013

    A Look at Amsterdam’s Canal Ring History

    We’ve all seen it — the iconic photo of a European bike leaning against a pedestrian bridge over a canal in Amsterdam. It makes us all dream of cycling the aged streets of this historic city and gazing out over the open waters at the surrounding buildings.

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  8. June 28, 2013

    Hakone Open-Air Museum

    Fly nonstop from Portland to Tokyo and travel a few hours southwest by train and you’ll find one of Japan’s best treasures. Nature intersects art at the Hakone Open-Air Museum.

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  9. June 21, 2013

    Holland Festival: A Celebration of Arts

    Over 140 festivals grace the streets of Amsterdam each year, but only a select few reign as festival royalty. The Holland Festival is one of these, and it rocks its crown with a leotard and stage makeup.

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