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Let your doggie be the next ‘canine critic’

To check out if hotels are pet-friendly enough 

OMG! This is too cute to be true!, one of our affiliate partners at Trip Trip Now, is searching for a “canine critic”. Yes, you read it right! The popular booking site is headhunting a puppy to “review” hotels across the world to check if they are pet-friendly enough. The perk, of course, includes you, the dog’s owner, as a guest as well. If this isn´t an au-au moment for any traveler with a dog, we don´t know what it is!

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5 Tips for a pet-friendly trip

How to travel with pets and not get stressed in the mission

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Domestic animals were promoted to the level of family members, and as such are present at our side at all times. In the face of this change, why not adding our four-legged cubs to the funniest moments and enjoy our holidays together with us while traveling? Biologist Carolina Carvalho teaches how to succeed in a pet-friendly trip.

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9 Free Things to Do in Paris

What to do in the City of Lights for free [update]

Paris isn’t known as a cheap destination. Indeed, it is not. Whether it´s a museum entry or fine dining, you’ll probably leave a bunch of bucks to enjoy the most charming and elegant European capital. Paris’ charming cafes, gleaming boutiques, museums, and a starred restaurant scene make it the most pricey city.

However, Paris is also loaded with things to do that won’t cost a sou (old French coin). So come with us to know Paris without spending tons of cash.

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Fake alcohol behind tourists’ mysterious deaths?

The Dominican Republic pays a toll

Tainted alcohol may be behind the sudden passing of American tourists in the Dominican Republic. At least nine tourists died in strange circumstances, some of them after drinking from the minibar in their room. The FBI is investigating if fake alcohol caused the death of three of them.

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Trinidad, Cuba: Unesco heritage in the Caribbean sea

The second part of my Cuban adventure

By Vanessa Costa

La Habana is the capital of Cuba, an incredible city in every way, but it is not the only one! There are several gems throughout the country and Trinidad is one of them. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988, Trinidad dates back to the sugar industry in the 16th century and preserves its colonial architecture with cobbled streets and beautiful mansions that have plenty of history to tell. In addition, Trinidad is very close to the coast and you can relax in the breathtaking Caribbean Sea. So, after experiencing La Habana, we went to Trinidad where we stayed for 4 days, including the New Year.

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