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The Author behind Smile4Travel

I am Stefanie, my passion is my passport and travelling makes me smile since I have started exploring the world on my own back in 2007. Since then I have visited almost 40 countries and counting. As a travel enthusiast with a big love for writing and photography, my mission is to share my experiences, individual travel tips and personal insights combined with eye-catching pictures on my Blog and Instagram (German & English). Born in Thuringia,(Germany), I have lived in Würzburg, Cape Town, Frankfurt and Nuremberg. Now Shanghai (China) has become my new travel hub since the beginning of 2018. Just click to find out more about my person, the blog and my references.

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Cape Disappointment
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6 reasons why Washington’s Cape Disappointment doesn´t disappoint at all

What a weird and misleading name it is: Cape Disappointment. Would you actually consider visiting this Southern coastal tip of Washington State when just hearing its name? I can definitely encourage you to do so and explore Cape Disappontment State Park with its picturesque lighhouse and the world’s longest beach.
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4T Trail Portland
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4T Trail: Explore Portland sustainably by train, trail, tram & trolley

Wanna explore Portland, Oregon and the city’s trails at the same time? Hike the 4T Trail and explore the Rose City in an affordable and sustainable way! This easy hike includes Portland’s highest viewpoint: Council Crest Park, Marquam Trail and a ride with the Portland Aerial Tram. You only need to bring hiking boots, water and 5 USD.
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Lake-side: Your lake-guide to Mount Hood National Forest

Mount Hood National Forest offers countless outdoor opportunities from hiking and camping in summer to snowshoeing and skiing in winter. The forest’s mountain lakes aren’t only motif for picture perfect reflections of Mt. Hood, but a refreshing weekend escape escpecially during Portland’s hot summer months.
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