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Mrs Legolas
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Virtuelle Travel Reality

Post by Mrs Legolas » Tue Apr 28, 2020 10:01 am

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https://www.spiegel.de/reise/fernweh/virtuelles-reisen-in-der-corona-krise-aber-traeumen-duerfen-wir-noch-a-bf555636-26a4-4e08-a48c-23ea6f496f7a#fotostrecke-d5cc5262-5d68-4402-9a36-df6309b3bee1
Like every time, it's written in German. I used google to translate everything 😬

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Sand dunes in the Sahara: A trip to Morocco is impossible in Corona times. But travel experts like Marina Novikova from Hauser Excursions take wanderlust sufferers away with them in online lectures. Marina Novikova

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On a virtual trip to East Greenland, the participants camp in locations with breathtaking views. Ruth Zeller

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High mountains, deep canyons and woolly alpacas: Hauser tour guide Andrea Kurz takes customers to Peru on the computer. Andrea Kurz

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The virtual reality of travel is not quite as beautiful as a real trip to Kaikoura on New Zealand's South Island. But perhaps such an online lecture will spark enough anticipation for one or the other to get through the corona crisis a little better. Frankfurter Stadtevents

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Night watchman Alexander Ruhe takes the audience on his humorous inspection tour through the dark alleys of Frankfurt's old town. Frankfurt city event Don't be scared 😂

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A great coastal route is Australia's Great Ocean Road. At the moment, you can only come to Downunder virtually.TravelEssence

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Sheep Jam: The travel agency Travel Essence is a specialist for tailor-made trips to Australia and New Zealand. The company also offered lectures before the corona crisis - but above all to attract customers and "show them our way of traveling", as marketing and event manager Anina Mörgenthaler says. TravelEssence

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Heavensward: The wanderlust lectures have recently been offered online. TravelEssence

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The virtual reality of travel is not quite as beautiful as a real trip to Kaikoura on New Zealand's South Island. But perhaps such an online lecture will spark enough anticipation for one or the other to get through the corona crisis a little better. TravelEssence

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Re: Virtuelle Travel Reality

Post by Webscout » Tue Apr 28, 2020 2:21 pm

Nice...

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