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While we're all spending more time at home, this might be the perfect time to submit a Solo Travel Destination post! Using our easy online form, share the photos and story of a recent solo trip you loved: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Here's an example, from STS member Katy: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Solo Travel Destination: Santorini Island, Greece

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Judy Chappell
Here’s the new Solo Traveler Showdown! A three-day poll to see which are your favorite cities for solo travel. Not scientific. Hopefully a bit of fun for these times. Go here to vote: [ Bit.ly Link ]. If you feel passionately about one (or more) of the cities, leave a comment on the post.

Solo Travel Showdown: Best Major Cities for Solo Travelers

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Here's a view you don't usually see: the deserted streets and canals of Amsterdam.

Performer: Marc Kniphorst. Camera assistant: Tarzan Rutgers.
Director of Photography: Rolf Dekens.

Amsterdam Covid-19 - March 2020.

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Miriam Dunningham
Ray Wodenshek
3 of the most-read articles on Solo Traveler this week:

Prepare for a Solo Road Trip: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Solo Budget Destinations 2020: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The Alchemist for Solo Travelers: [ Bit.ly Link ]

A Road Trip Alone: Be Prepared With These 10 Tips

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Annabel Tudor
Ahmad Mohammedi
For those times when you can’t travel, and especially during the current crisis, here are 9 ways to embrace the spirit of travel from home: [ Bit.ly Link ]

What to Do When You Can't Travel

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From a tiny Italian island to Slovenia’s wine country, writers around Europe on the places they can’t wait to revisit after the lockdown. Where will you go?

Lockdown escapes: where I’ll visit when this is over

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Susan Russell
Anne Marie Ryan
Oswald Perez
Linda Mary Lu
Sandra Boustred
"Some places seem to be so different from home, that in some ways, it’s difficult to believe they really exist." [ Bit.ly Link ]

Solo Traveler Artist in Residence: Images of Nepal

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Emily Comaduran
From the archives: a solo traveler tells the story of volunteering to help others along the Camino: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Next week, I'll have a new article for you by a reader who walked the Camino Frances: 800 km over 37 days. Stay tuned!

El Camino de Santiago: A Volunteer Shares His Story - Solo Traveler

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Sharon Wall
Lourdes Breijo
"The reason I fell in love with books is that they were a passport to other places and lives. Books mimicked travel." From New York Times Travel, here are 8 books to transport you when you can't actually go.

In This Moment of Solitude, Books Can Be Our Passports

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Shawna Matthews
Bobbie Smith
Tracey Slater
Carol Cunningham
Thank you to STS member Geoff for this week's featured travel photo and for sharing the personal story behind it: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Solo Travel Iceland: Photos by Readers

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