Travel to america from europe



North America and Europe travel map, Push Pin travel map, travel map, paper printingNot mounted or framed.Bring your world travels with this beautiful 36 “x24” map!I really enjoyed making this map!!!! The pastel tones are gorgeous…in my opinion. This is based on my popular travel map of North America.Thanks for stopping by!Doug

We love this map!!! It’s perfect for remembering our favorite trips. Doug was great to work with, answering all our questions. The “fabric” material of the map is high quality, but it was difficult to assemble. Even with going slow and lining it up perfectly at the top, by the time we got to the bottom we were slightly off where the seams overlapped. Not perfect, but overall, we were able to remove the vast majority of the air bubbles and both seams look good. We glued 3 layers for the map backing: 3/16 ” plywood, 1/4 cork board and 3/16 ” foam board. The cork layer ensures that the pins won’t fall out and the foam board provided a smooth surface to adhere to the map. We built the frame with pine boards finished in 1×4 “. It took a while, but we are very happy with how it turned out!

LATIN travelers are REFUSED ENTRY to EUROPE for

To curb the spread of the coronavirus and protect the health and well-being of all Europeans, it has been necessary to impose some travel restrictions. The European Commission is making every effort to allow people to join friends and family and to travel for work purposes, as well as to ensure the free movement of citizens, goods and services, in full compliance with health and safety measures.

The exchange of data between Member States’ contact-tracing authorities can be particularly important in situations of close proximity in cross-border travel, such as on planes or trains. Member States can use digital passenger tracking forms to collect data on those entering their territory through cross-border travel. In order for Member States to exchange relevant data through the exchange platform developed by the Commission and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Commission published on 17 March 2021 draft measures laying down the necessary legal conditions for the processing of such personal data.


The answer is yes. In May 2017 I had the opportunity to travel on a transatlantic cruise from Cartagena de Indias, Colombia to Lisbon, Portugal, it’s a repositioning cruise. It was over two weeks on board, several stops along the way and a completely different experience than traveling by plane. And yes, it is worth less than a plane ticket.

These ships are called repositioning cruises, positioning, or repos, as they are known in the jargon. For a long time most companies did not market these ships, until slowly the trend began to reverse.

This is one of the most frequently asked questions and one of the most difficult to answer because it will all depend on when you read this post. The route I took in May 2017 started from Puerto Limon in Costa Rica. It stopped in Cartagena, Saint Marteen, Antigua, Madeira and finally arrived in Lisbon.

It all depends on the itinerary you choose, and the port where you board. Generally, an average of 12 days is calculated. We sailed 14 days and made three stops between the port of origin and the final destination. In total there were 7 consecutive days of seeing nothing but water.


1Whoever knows nothing beforehand about such a subject, and yet sets out to find out what it refers to, would begin with a very general conceptual and lexical reflection: would it be to speak of travelers on the one hand, and naturalists on the other, or of travelers who have left observations on natural realities? Or would it be more specifically to evoke the subclass of travelers who were at the same time naturalists or who pretended to act and/or acted as such?

2Then, a first simple question that could be answered in more or less general terms would be to know who should be designated as travelers. Then, among them, and in particular for a more recent period, let us say from the 18th century onwards (Pimentel: 47), who were the naturalists, where they were, what they were interested in and what consequences their activities could have had in the field of knowledge and also in the development of the American societies that were the objects of their observations. This impact may have consisted in helping (directly or indirectly) to raise awareness of the existence of a past, of a heritage, of a culture that deserves to be integrated into the national heritage and general knowledge. It may also have contributed to the emergence of projects and institutions dedicated to discovering and protecting this past and this heritage. And most certainly, it served for the prestige and development of the nations from which the naturalist travelers came (Kury 2001: 147 ff.).

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