Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Two is the Magic Number When Honeymooning in Maui

1 May 16

To be wooed, to be challenged, and to be longed for are some of the great effects of romance. We at Global Escapes see a strong correlation between romance and travel, as one can be just as easily wooed and challenged by travel as by romance. One of the strongest likenesses that romance and travel share is the power of […]

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Hawaii Allows You to Restart, Refresh and Refocus

31 March 16

A Q&A with Tiffany Hines, CEO of Global Escapes Walk a mile in another’s shoes? Done! Especially if that other person is traveling to Hawaii. I recently chatted with Tiffany Hines, CEO at Global Escapes, about her travels to Hawaii last Spring. Her trip initially was for business but quickly turned into a celebration, as […]

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Top 8 Family-Friendly Beaches in and Near the Caribbean

29 February 16

Dreaming of a Caribbean getaway for your family, but unsure where to go? Our trusted team of expert travel consultants can help you avoid the beaches that are swarming with college-aged partiers and help you find the ideal beach for you and your family, in or near the Caribbean. Our guide to the Top 8 Family-Friendly Caribbean Beaches highlights destinations that […]

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Enhance Your Cruise With a Customized Pre- or Post-Vacation Experience

26 February 16

Author: Tiffany

You have booked a cruise for later this year, and you can’t wait to relax with your loved ones while enjoying new sights and cultures. While you browse your itinerary, you begin to wish you had more time at the port of embarkation. As you read further, you long for an extra day at the port of […]

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Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher and Connemara Surpass Expectations

11 January 16

Author: Christine

My husband, Phillip, and I had just spent a few days in Southeast Ireland, where our Irish adventures included kissing the Blarney Stone and meandering through the tiny port city of Cobh. Now it was time to explore more of Ireland! As we headed North out of County Kerry toward Galway, we couldn’t possibly imagine that anything else […]

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Trafalgar Tours Offers Stress-Free Convenience

11 January 16

Author: Tiffany

  Longtime Global Escapes clients Vernon and Suzan Meentemeyer asked our founder, Ella, to help them plan a guided trip through France and Spain in late 2014. Because Ella had worked with the couple for so long, she had come to know Vernon and Suzan’s likes and dislikes, as well as their travel style. She […]

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Sacred Machu Picchu Exceeds Expectations

16 December 15

As my flight touched down after midnight in Lima, my heart pounded in anticipation that belied the lateness of the hour. I was finally here. After many years of waiting, hours of planning, and countless books read, I was finally on the ground in Peru and mere hours away from the destination of my dreams—Machu […]

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Company Founder, Ella Grondahl, Bids Farewell

25 November 15

Author: Christine

This Thanksgiving is a special one in our office, and for a significant reason – we’ve had the privilege of celebrating the fulfilling career and recent retirement of our founder, inspiration and second mother, the one and only Ella Grondahl. Ella founded Global Escapes in 1988, and she has built a thriving business through sheer […]

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Family Travel: Best of all Worlds with G Adventures

14 October 15

Author: Tiffany

By Courtney Morton Every family has their own travel style. Some families prefer touring with large groups so that they can relax and know that someone else is in control of getting them where they need to go, on time and within their budget. They like to socialize, and they enjoy meeting new people from […]

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Big Times in the Big Apple

22 June 15

Author: Christine

By Christine Smith, Global Escapes Certified Travel Associate New York, how I love thee….on this my most recent trip to the Big Apple, I was pleased to see that the city has lost none of its charm since my last pilgrimage. Impossibly huge yet feeling so personal, exotic yet familiar, simultaneously corporate and individualistic, this […]

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