Jennifer Dombrowski

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Name: Jennifer Dombrowski
Date registered: January 23, 2012
URL: http://www.jdombstravels.com

Biography

Jennifer Dombrowski is a location independent globe trotter who is based in Prata di Pordenone, Italy. She works as a social media and communications strategist and is an award-winning travel writer. She is also a travel correspondent on Traveling on the American Forces Radio Network. Jdomb's Travels was named one of the top travel blogs to watch by the Huffington Post and has been featured by top publications such as CNN, Buzzfeed , and The Telegraph. Her iPhoneograpy has also been featured on publications such as USA Today and Travel + Leisure. Google+

Latest posts

  1. 5 Tips for Viewing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade — October 17, 2014
  2. Climbing the Via Ferrata du Pont du Diable — October 13, 2014
  3. Toronto Snow Show | Win a Sony Action Cam #SnowShow14 — October 12, 2014
  4. Hiking Iceland’s Smoky Valley — October 6, 2014
  5. The Non-Gamblers Guide to Las Vegas — September 26, 2014

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5 Tips for Viewing the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Since 2005 it has been a tradition for my mom and I to meet in New York City during the holidays. We’d shop and sip eggnog lattes at Starbucks in the Trump Tower on 5th Avenue, see the Rockettes’ famous high kicks and admire the massive glittering tree in Rockefeller Center as skaters glided by …

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Climbing the Via Ferrata du Pont du Diable

I was about to trust my life to some metal cables anchored to a cliff face high above the Ardeche River. I don’t have a fear of heights – I’ve flown a stunt plane and mastered a knee hang on the flying trapeze this year, after all – but I’d be lying if I didn’t …

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Toronto Snow Show | Win a Sony Action Cam #SnowShow14

Winter is coming and we couldn’t be more excited! Tim can’t wait to hit the slopes and I’m planning to be a bunny hill newbie after some snowboarding lessons. And who doesn’t love après-ski? Those breathtaking views, sipping cocktails in a slope side sun lounger, and mountain top dance parties. I’m totally ready to break …

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Hiking Iceland’s Smoky Valley

Plumes of steam rise up around me like smoke rising from a fire. One step in the wrong bubbling pool, and the soles of your shoes could literally melt. But not to worry; the dangerous pools are marked with signs and so long as you stick to the well-trodden trail, Reykjadalur is a beautiful spot …

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The Non-Gamblers Guide to Las Vegas

Vegas is synonymous with blackjack, scantily clad women, and nights out clubbing that evoke the phrase “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” A go-to destination for the girlfriend getaway and the ultimate bachelor party, it’s easy to forget (or not even discover) that there’s more to Sin City than gaming tables, drinking, and neon. …

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Secret Iceland South Coast Attractions You Shouldn’t Miss

Many of Iceland’s most visited attractions lie on what is known as the Golden Circle and on the South Coast. Any number or tour companies take tourists by the busload out to attractions like the popular Seljalandsfoss that you can walk behind, the mysterious Skógafoss said to be hiding a treasure chest of gold, and …

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Exploring the Glaciers and Icebergs of Kulusuk

As our flight took off from the small airport, I took my last look at the colorful houses dwarfed by the towering icebergs floating in the Arctic Ocean. Unspoiled by time. I jotted those three words down as there is no better way to describe the tiny settlement of Kulusuk, the gateway to East Greenland. …

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Kayaking in Iceland’s Westfjords

Remote. Unspoiled. Breathtaking. With words like that used to describe Iceland’s north-west corner, known as the Iceland Westfjords, how could we not spend time in this true Icelandic wilderness? The Westfjords are teeming with wildlife – seabirds, seals, whales, and other marine mammals. There couldn’t be a better way to get up close to the …

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Beach Bummin’ at The Shores Resort & Spa

I was happy to end an extremely busy 4-city trip through the US at Daytona’s The Shores Resort & Spa. And aside from literally getting my heart – and the NASCAR I was driving – racing at the Daytona International Speedway, I was more than happy to do nothing more than plant my bum on …

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Outdoor Adventures in Sweden’s Dalsland

The deep forests and shimmering lakes of Dalsland, Sweden are an outdoor enthusiasts’ dream. The serene environment where moose roam, beaver build their dams, and salmon swim in winding streams is where explorers indulge in an array of activities. Covered in more lakes than any other Swedish province, the labyrinth of interconnected lakes are perfect …

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