Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train

The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Steam Train   A ride on a magical steam tourist train. A ride on a steam train, through amazing mountain landscapes, has even more magic. The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge train is one of the relics of the United States railroad, a train that runs about 45.2 miles precisely between Duranto and Silverton, in the state of Colorado. The entire route, and even the trains themselves, have been declared a Historic Monument of …

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Great Smoky Mountains 2023, US National Park

 Great Smoky Mountains 2023: The most popular National Park in the US Water and the exudation of trees create that kind of fog that gives its name to the most popular mountains in the United States. The Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited in the country, with eleven million tourists. The large forest located between North Carolina and Tennesse was once an ancient hunting place for Native Cherokee Indians. Today is a home of over a thousand Black …

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Samsonite Best Backpack 2023

Samsonite Best Backpacks Tectonic  +  Hexa Pack   +  Kombi.  +  Openroad Samsonite Tectonic 2 Large Backpack – The best backpack Samsonite Tectonic 2 is made from 100% tear-resistant Ballistic Weave polyester. Contoured straps add comfort, while a clever sleeve on the back of the bag allows it to be secured in an upright suitcase. It measures 8.6″ x 13.3″ x 18″ and is especially popular for its abundant compartments. These include a padded section designed to fit most 17″ laptops, …

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Nespresso Coffee Maker 2023

Nespresso Coffee Machine & Vertuo History of Nespresso The Nespresso Coffee Machine does not look like a travel coffee maker. For trekking or hiking of course not. But for a trip in a motor home it is ideal for several reasons: Little size It is light Use capsules and do not grind coffee. It is compact Technical data of the Nespresso Coffee Machine Power rating 1260 Watt Pressure : 19 Bars Weigth: 7.9 Pounds Heigth: 16.5 Inches Width: 5.3 Inckes …

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History of Luggage, Suitcases, Trunks and Backpacks

History of Luggage, Trunks and other Travel Luggage   Egypt  +  Ancient Greece   +  Roman Empire   +   Middle Ages   +    Modern  +   XXs Who Invented Luggage? The ancient Egyptians around the year 1500 BC are considered the inventors of Luggage.  For their trips they used chests and trunks that evolved into primitive suitcases made of fine wood and covered with animal fat or leather to make them waterproof. The transfers were not for reasons of pleasure but religious or …

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