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Summer Trips to Europe and How to Avoid the Crowds With Alyson Long

• 28 min

The world has opened up again, and we’re packing our bags and taking flight to faraway places. As the summer months approach, popular destinations prepare for the busy upcoming tourist season. It should come as no surprise that Europe tops many travelers’ lists. With so many people planning European summer vacations this year, we thought it would be a good idea to call in an expert. Today, Mary Herendeen welcomes Alyson Long, a full-time world traveler and CEO of World Travel Family. She travels full-time with her husband, Chef, and their 2 sons. Alyson has spent more than 20 years exploring the world, sharing her stories and the adventures of her traveling family on her blog. World Travel Family has become one of the planet’s biggest travel blogs with immense influence and invaluable insight. You’ll hear about Alyson’s life on the road, what it’s like being a full-time traveler, and how she manages her adventures with a family in tow. She shares tips on successfully navigating non-English–speaking destinations, choosing the right accommodation for your needs, and the best way to experience busy places while maximizing your time. You’ll also hear about a few off-the beaten-track places in the UK if you’re looking for a quieter vacation experience. What You’ll Learn: ●     The biggest challenges when traveling off the beaten path (4:19)●     Deciding on the right kind of accommodation for your trip (15:20)●     What details to plan in advance and how to leave room for spontaneity (19:06)●     Tips for buying tickets for museums and big attractions (20:49)●     What to see if you’re traveling to or through the UK (24:06)  Connect with Alyson Long:Website: ( ( Connect with Mary Herendeen:Mary Herendeen: ( with AAA:LinkedIn: ( ( ( with AAA Podcast: ( your next vacation with AAA:

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