Atheist Travel

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RV Travel Group

Started by Gerald Bunting-Blake Nov 8, 2012. 0 Replies

We are looking for a RV traveling group with shared values.  Not necessarily atheist but one not promoting any particular agenda e.g. prayers at shared meals, etc.  Does anyone have any knowledge or…Continue

Colorado Trip

Started by Kayla Raine Sep 12, 2012. 0 Replies

Hi All!  I'm flying to Durango, CO and headed to Mesa Verda National Park and Telluride next week.  Anyone know of any must-see things at either location or along the way?Continue

Hiking Route 50 this summer

Started by diane sholly May 25, 2012. 0 Replies

  My friends and I are planning to hike route 50 from Virginia to Ohio. Any suggestions of places to camp, eat and see along the way would be greatly appreciated.Continue

What did you do this Summer?

Started by The Big Blue Frog. Last reply by The Big Blue Frog Jun 21, 2011. 7 Replies

It looks like Atheist Travel is one of the fastest growing groups on Atheist Nexus. As our membership grows, the likelyhood of there being new and interesting ideas and information that YOU can…Continue

Things to do along I-70 from Dayton, OH to Kansas City

Started by Grace Fitzpatrick. Last reply by Grace Fitzpatrick Nov 16, 2010. 9 Replies

We are moving back to Kansas soon taking I-70 across Middle America.  We are planning on stopping in Dayton to see the Air and Space Museum.  My daughter gets car sick, so we are planning on lots of…Continue

Suggestions for resources?

Started by The Big Blue Frog. Last reply by Auzauviir Oct 17, 2010. 7 Replies

I'm looking for some links to resources that atheists might find useful for travel. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Atheist's New York?

Started by Sarah Walton. Last reply by Sarah Walton Oct 8, 2010. 4 Replies

Is there an atheist or secular humanist points of interest guide to New York City? We decided to forgo our trip to Maine in favor of going to NYC for a couple days (Oct.24-26).Come to think of it, is…Continue

Tags: humanist, atheist, york, new

New Haven, CT area suggestions?

Started by Sarah Walton Sep 23, 2010. 0 Replies

Hi everyone!My husband and I will be in New Haven, CT at the end of October. He is willing to drive as far north as Maine, where we have a house to stay at, and as far south as New York City, but he…Continue

Tags: City, Maine, York, New, Connecticut

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Comment by Randall Smith on June 13, 2020 at 7:11am

I took the plunge and signed up for a Road Scholar trip in October: Hiking the National Parks of England. No crowds of tourists. I hope their quarantine is over by then.

Comment by Randall Smith on November 8, 2019 at 7:08am

Boy, is this group dead! I'll bring it to life with an announcement that I'm headed to the Middle East starting Nov. 15th for 2 weeks.

It's a Road Scholar trip--my 4th. We start with Israel--Jerusalem and other cities and sites. It will include quite a bit of religion, but I'll try to accept the info as historic. Then on to Jordan, especially Petra.

We fly to Cairo for a couple of days (pyramids, etc.). And then fly to Aswan to float the Nile back to Cairo. The whole trip sounds full of activities and attractions. One week from today, I'll be there! Can't wait.

Comment by Gerald Bunting-Blake on November 8, 2012 at 5:45pm

We are looking for a RV traveling group with shared values.  Not necessarily atheist but one not promoting any particular agenda e.g. prayers at shared meals, etc.  Does anyone have any knowledge or experience with such a group?

Comment by Gecko, of Richie! on May 3, 2011 at 12:19pm
 Im an OTR driver..Over The Road...who will be going back out very soon and wass delighted to be invited to this group!! THANKS 
Comment by Prog Rock Girl on April 19, 2011 at 9:47pm
I also really loved Denmark, especially the countryside.
Comment by Prog Rock Girl on February 5, 2011 at 2:20pm
I'm wondering if Canadians get more vacation than Americans? I know that Europeans do. I don't care one way or another if some Americans don't want to travel, though. It's their money and their free time. I've also heard that French people vacation within their own country.
Comment by idcollapse on December 16, 2010 at 5:30pm

nice idea...

Comment by Jack Butler on October 23, 2010 at 11:56am
I totally agree with Tom's comments. Normal reasonable commonsense precautions in place, you have nothing to fear.
If travelling from Derry to the Giants Causeway, could I suggest you take the longer coast road. The views (and the road itself) on the Antrim coast are beautiful. As for the causeway itself, try to plan a visit at low tide as there is so much more to see. Allow time to take the cliff walk which will permit you to see the whole vista (about 90 minutes). As an aside, the site gave me the weirdest feeling (I can't describe the feeling in any other way -I lack the words) that I've ever had, and as an atheist I cannot explain it. If you visit, you might let me know what you think.
You may also wish to consider a day-trip to Rathlin Island.
Comment by Tom Harris on October 21, 2010 at 6:13pm
Sicile - I actually like the wilder areas MORE than the SE, to be honest. I wouldn't worry too much about your safety in Northern Ireland, other than common-sense safety precautions you'd take anywhere. The Good Friday Accords have made a real difference up there. Obviously, if you're in a social situation with strangers (such as going down the pub), I would avoid religious or political conversations, because you never know where folks stand or what they've been through. Belfast has this thing called the Black Taxi Tour, which I highly recommend, and you will get a very nuanced picture of all of the sectarian troubles over the years.
Comment by Sicile on October 21, 2010 at 9:09am
Tom -I did swing up to Connemara when I was there last- it was so rocky and rugged. Very unlike the SE - I agree. The western coast along Dingle and Galway were just amazing. I really want to go back there too, but I've never seen Northern Ireland - I would love to see the giants causeway and check out some of N Ireland's history. Im a little concerned about safety though...And I wondered if that part was as pretty as the western shores. Thanks for the input!

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