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  1. Susie on the road

    Preparing to Travel with Your Pet: A Short Primer

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    Susie and her daddy are preparing for their first big trip together, and would like to share some of the forethought gone into the preparations for the journey. When the dynamic duo returns, they will also share not only tales(or “ tails”) of their experiences, but also any travel tips that they picked up on the road – or as Susie prefers to call it “the Pawed Pathway.” Susie’s daddy remembers traveling with his brother, parents and pet Beagle, Peggy, with great fondness and looks forward to sharing the same experience with Susie.

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  2. Self-defense

    Simple Self-Defense Skills Women Should Know When Traveling

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    Personal safety experts share tips that can help protect stressed out travelers.

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  3. CheapOAir

    5 Tips to Save Time, Money and Your Sanity When Booking Travel Arrangements This Holiday Season

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    As peak holiday travel season is upon us, consumers are often left wondering when they should actually book their flight and hotel accommodations. With Thanksgiving less than a month away and Christmas following shortly after, travelers that are holding out for a last minute deal may be making a costly mistake. 

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  4. On right track

    Pets Soon to be on the Right Track

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    Susie and Beau are always glad to hear about new opportunities for pets in travel. It has come to our attention that a bill has recently passed the House of Representatives (HR 2066) that will require Amtrak to allow pets aboard trains. The billed is dubbed the Pets on Trains Act, which is part of a larger package called the Passenger Rail Reform and Investment Act.

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  5. Kuaia

    Hawaii: 7 Days of Aloha

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    From the moment you land on an island, you feel it – the special uniqueness that belongs to Hawaii.  The islands are infused with the spirit of Aloha, and a heartfelt hospitality permeates the culture in this tropical paradise.  You’ll find the warmth of the people, the majestic beauty of the islands and the diverse experiences offer something for everyone.

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  6. Chatham

    A Canadian Hidden Gem - Retro Suites Hotel: Chatham, Ontario

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    Here’s a great trivia question for you. What city is the Classic Car Capital of Canada? Give up? The answer is Chatham. Next question – what U.S. city is near Chatham? You guessed it – Detroit. So now I say, book a flight to Detroit, rent a car, drive 53 miles (don’t forget your passport) and book a room at the Retro Suites Hotel. 

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  7. Old Quebec city

    The Best of Eastern Canada

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    Experience the beauty of Eastern Canada on these wonderful tours that will take you to Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, and Ottawa. Explore the European-styled, old world elegance of Quebec City before marveling at the thundering magnificence of the Niagara Falls. Enjoy the view of the busy St. Lawrence River from high atop Montreal’s Mount Royal and experience the energy of modern and multicultural Toronto. The Eastern Canadian tours showcase all the remarkable treasures Eastern Canada has to offer. 

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  8. The World’s Top 5 Medical Travel Destinations

    The World’s Top 5 Medical Travel Destinations

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    A growing number of savvy baby boomers recognize the opportunity to combine high quality, more affordable care with the pleasures of travel. About seven million people travel abroad each year seeking care related to everything from dental work and weight-loss surgery to cancer treatment, according to Bloomberg Business

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  9. Oh Canada!: L Hotel - Montreal

    Oh Canada!: L Hotel - Montreal

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    Do you have a craving for French wine, a yearning for fine French cuisine, or just a desire to practice speaking French? Is a trip to France out of the question for this year? Well, fear not, Montreal awaits and it’s much easier on the budget. 

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  10. Sandra Vischer at Machu Picchu

    Volunteer for an Adventure!

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    If you want to experience a life-changing adventure, I highly recommend you combine travel with volunteerism! It’s one of the best things I’ve ever done! I’ve traveled to many beautiful, historic, and tourist friendly places, but volunteering gave me a deeper, richer, and more rewarding experience. It’s a great way to be completely immersed in a new culture, visit places you’ve never have been before, give yourself a new perspective on your life back at home, and have the added feel-good bonus of feeding your soul while helping those in need.

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  11. The Benefits of Going on a Private Tour

    The Benefits of Going on a Private Tour

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    You are in a new location trying to get the most out of your limited time to explore the area.  Although everyone wants to go explore 1 person has extreme food allergies, and another travel companion cannot walk far.  This means you have to miss out in seeing the Archaeological sites, eating authentic food, and seeing more than the touristy places on a right?

    WRONG!

    It is time to look into setting up a PRIVATE TOUR

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  12. Trail Riders Celebrate 93 Years of Riding in the Canadian Rockies

    Trail Riders Celebrate 93 Years of Riding in the Canadian Rockies

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    Join the Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies (TRCR) this summer for a wilderness adventure in the saddle exploring the most spectacular country in the world, all in comfort! This is boomer adventure travel at its finest, sharing a remarkable horseback trip into the majestic Canadian Rockies with a few like souls. The T.R.C.R., a non-profit organization, operate six-day professionally guided trail rides each summer. You don’t even have to be able to ride to do it, though you have to like horses and be willing to learn. If this is not on your “bucket list” you’re missing out!

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  13. Eight Tips for Attending Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival

    Eight Tips for Attending Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival

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    The month of September marks many new beginnings at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando. It’s the time that the heat lowers, crowds dissipate and the food becomes the center of attention! 

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  14. New York Source: bethanybyrnes.com

    Best Fall Weekend Getaways

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    Summertime is just about over and the fall season is starting to roll in. A cool breeze, leaves changing color, fall decorations, and of course - pumpkin everything! The fall season is also ideal for weekend getaways! This off-peak season is the perfect time to land some great deals on some short, but memorable trips. Here is a list of some of the best places to relax, unwind, and enjoy the fall season.

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  15. The seven deck AM Keldysh, the Russian marine research vessel from which the submersibles were deployed.

    The Titanic Salvage Expedition: Part 1 Surviving the Trip

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    Hurricane Matthew which recently devastated Haiti and hit the eastern US coast bears witness that hurricane season can bring disaster to the best of plans.  I am often asked to name my favorite expedition and my usual answer is “the next one”.  But it is hard to top a very unique experience of some years ago when I was the medical officer for the Titanic salvage expedition. This entailed a 4 week expedition in the North Atlantic during which the submersibles you have seen in the movies were deployed to search for artifacts.  Although very occasional high-priced tourist trips have visited the site, there have only been a couple of dives which retrieved artifacts.  

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  16. Fall in Love with Jamaica: Part Two

    Fall in Love with Jamaica: Part Two

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    Using the Melia Braco Village as home base, we were whisked away for the day by our driver Jermain from Paradise Travels. Can I just say that Jermain was amazing. He had to deal with 6 women from various parts of the United States and Canada and he kept his cool and professional attitude throughout. We really appreciated him and I suggest you look him up if you want to take any excursions while visiting Jamaica. www.paradisetravelsinja.com

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  17. Holiday Travel Warning

    Holiday Travel Warning

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    The Department of State alerts U.S. citizens to the heightened risk of terrorist attacks throughout Europe, particularly during the holiday season. U.S. citizens should exercise caution at holiday festivals, events, and outdoor markets.  This Travel Alert expires on February 20, 2017.

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  18. Gladstone Hotel

    Gladstone Hotel: Toronto, Canada

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    Toronto is an amazing, exciting, cosmopolitan city and for those of you that are lovers of art, I suggest you spend at least a couple of nights at the Gladstone Hotel in the Queen Street West area. It is a boutique hotel with 37 rooms, all designed by local artists - each one is designed by a different artist. The rooms tend to be on the small side and they vary in size, but they come equipped with free WiFi, flat screen TV, Samsung Galaxy tablets for free internet surfing and all natural Canadian bath products.

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  19. Will Medicare Cover Me When Traveling?

    Will Medicare Cover Me When Traveling?

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    Original Medicare may or not cover you if you have an emergency while traveling. Before you travel in or outside the U.S. it’s important to learn how you are covered.

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  20. Peggy's Cove

    Maritimes Coastal Wonders

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    Explore Canada’s Maritimes region – an area of rugged and pristine beauty.

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  21. Chez L Epicier

    Chez L'Epicier - Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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    Chez L Epicier is nestled in the quaint part le Vieux Montreal which makes it extra special.

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  22. Interior

    One Restaurant - Toronto, Ontario

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    This fabulous, outrageous, sexy restaurant is located in The Hazelton Hotel, in the heart of Yorkville, in downtown Toronto.

    One was created by Mark McEwan, a chef who is busy every second. It is part of his empire, The McEwan Group. It has that wow factor the moment you step in which boomers love! The design of it all is outrageous and there are art collections placed everywhere, mosaic everywhere. When you go on the website, just listening to the music makes you want to be there in a second! There are true red suede walls and huge panels of window in the Neil Young room.

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  23. Moose Crossing

    Leaving Camp: First stop – King Arthur Flour in Norwich, VT

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    The week seemed to fly by and the time had come to leave camp and head north through Vermont to Canada. Susie had a fun and productive week and had made many new friends, both canine and human. She was going to miss her camp buddies especially Brie, Lucy, Rascal, Digby and another Aussie, Phil a blue merle from the Bronx. 

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  24. Vermont State House at Montpelier

    Vermont Information Center and Montpelier

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    After visiting and making our purchases at the King Arthur Flour complex, Susie and I headed back south on I-91 to I-89 to head north toward Canada. Only a short way up the road we saw the signs that a Vermont Information Center was just ahead. We pulled into the rest stop so Susie and I could both answer the call of nature. We were amazed at what we found there.

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  25. Entering Quebec, Canada

    Entering Canada: Susie Becomes an International Traveler

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    Susie wanted to share her experience crossing her first international border into Canada. Not only was she entering Canada, but crossing the border into French speaking Quebec where she is now known as Mademoiselle Suzette and  Mademoiselle Suzi.

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