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Cyber Vagabonding: Travel in the Information Age

Couchsurfing: A New Way to Travel
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Hospitality Services: A New Way to Travel Couchsurfing can mean a wide range of accommodations, from mansions and penthouses to tree houses, partially furnished caves, vans, school buses, or vans welded onto the tops of school buses, like this one at an anarchist collective in Northern California. There is a new kind of tourist out [...]

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Day-Tripping: A Non-Religious Pilgrimage to Lourdes of Litchfield in CT

Lourdes Shrine
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Lourdes of Litchfield in Connecticut If you’re ever driving along Route 118 in the Litchfield area of Connecticut, you may see a reflectorized road sign stating that “Lourde’s Shrine” is five miles away. This fascinated me when I was younger— was it a real shrine? What exactly was a shrine? Was it something that only [...]

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