Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Wandering 2 Greece: An Adventure Abroad

16 May 19

Author: Betsy Harter

Most people dream of traveling the world…but they can’t because of time, money, or simply the overwhelming nature of travel planning. What if you were able to experience a fresh, unique type of travel – one that gives you the free time to explore a foreign city independently, while still offering the ease & safety of a private group? […]

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Six Exotic Animals to See in Costa Rica

18 March 19

Costa Rica is home to some of the most interesting and colorful animals in Central America. These six unusual animals are well known to Costa Rica and its people, and you can meet them, too, when you visit this diverse country. White-Headed Capuchin Monkey White-Headed Capuchin Monkeys are loved by many because of their adorable […]

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Five Favorite Hotels in Montreal

Summer in Canada is spectacular, with cooler air than our Southern home. However, autumn is when this city truly shines, with blazing fall colors in all of their glory. Whether you enjoy luxury accommodations, historic hotels, or fine dining, these favorite Montreal hotels offer the best in service and amenities to our clients. When you book […]

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Captivating California

20 April 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

  From coastal cliffs, to towering mountains, to the unexpected beauty of the desert, the landscape of California truly makes it a unique and beautiful vacation destination. Whether you want soak up the sun on a beach in Los Angeles, hit the slopes in Lake Tahoe, or explore the unique city of San Francisco, you’ll […]

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The Islands Less Traveled: Off-the-Beaten-Track Caribbean Destinations

22 March 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

The Caribbean is a popular destination for beach lovers, honeymooners, and families. While the most popular vacation spots include Jamaica, Mexico, and the Dominican Republic, many travelers don’t think about other remarkable Caribbean islands that are comparable in cost, convenience, and safety. By considering some of these other equally great destinations, you may be able […]

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Navigating Cuba

2 March 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

Cuba, a beautiful Caribbean Island enriched with fascinating culture, notable history, and distinct architecture, has recently been opened to American travelers, who can finally explore the country for the first time since the ‘60s. Cuba is an easy destination to reach–just a short distance south of Florida with plenty of non-stop flight options. With beautiful […]

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4 Amazing Hotels in St. Barth’s

If you are craving a quiet, secluded Caribbean vacation away from touristy crowds, take a nice long look at Saint Barthélemy. Known fondly as St. Bart’s, St Barth’s or Saint Barth, this French-speaking island caters to those who appreciate tranquility, intimacy and elegance. These four unique hotels combine luxurious accommodations with spectacular views for an unforgettable respite. Cheval […]

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The Crystal River Cruise Experience

14 February 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

Known for luxurious boats, impeccable service, and gourmet food, Crystal Cruises provides travelers with a world-class experience on the European rivers. With the launch of two new river yachts this year and two more in 2018, Crystal is ready to take cruising to the next level by offering guests the best of everything imaginable in […]

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Luggage Free Eliminates Hassle When Traveling

8 February 17

Author: Betsy Harter

Travel is exciting, but it comes with its share of hassles. Some, such as flight delays, you can’t control. Others, such as dragging heavy baggage with you, are irritations that you can eliminate. Through the years, I have tried a variety of ways to ease the baggage burden when my family travels. We have paid […]

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Tahiti: Beyond the Beautiful Beaches

30 January 17

As a travel consultant, I encourage my clients daily to not judge a book by its cover–or in my world, not to judge a destination until they have experienced it for themselves. I must admit, I did not practice what I preach on my recent visit to Tahiti and her islands. I expected the obvious—a […]

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