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  1. Robbie Bhathal

    Interview with Robbie Bhathal of Suiteness

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    In the sharing economy, hotels may still compete on the high end with Suiteness

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  2. Berlin

    BERLIN: a City that Stands Alone

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    BERLIN – a city that stands alone,  mired in its own history, feverishly working to lead in the 21st Century. It is a city of Ghosts, of great architecture, enormous cultural activities in all the arts.  A city with as decadent a nightlife scene as proclaimed by Sally Bowles in CABERET!  BERLIN is a MUST SEE CITY for most people, especially ones with a special interest in the immediate past.

     

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  3. Puerto Banus

    Marbella, Spain: Romantic Get-a-way for your Valentine

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    The holidays are over and with it we have packed up the decorations as well as completed those gift exchanges!  One word that keeps penetrating our thoughts as we try unsuccessfully to ignore … escape!  

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  4. 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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  5. Cacciucco

    Tuscan Delights: Unique Dishes to Eat in Tuscany

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    Tuscan cuisine is based on the idea of simple and fresh ingredients often referred as cucina povera or in English we could roughly translate the idea as farmer’s style cooking. In Tuscany complicate seasonings and elaborate creations are not needed. It’s all about simple meals, without using expensive ingredients and it can be easily made. Recipes are made of fresh and high-quality fresh ingredients, sometimes easily found in the countryside: bread, beans and roasted meats are essential.

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  6. Travel Trends Study for 2016

    Travel Trends Study for 2016

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    In 40 years, we’ve swapped Florida Keys for Cancun, but where’s next?

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  7. Antarctica glacier.  Note small zodiac which I was in at base of glacier in the water.  These are huge.  (Photo by Michael J. Manyak)

    Antarctica: A Great Place to go in Winter

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    The last thing those in the throes of the winter deep freeze think about is going to a place with more snow and ice.  People north of the equator think of going south.  But what if you went WAY south to a land where the wind-chill factor was conceived and snow and ice are daily companions?  Sounds crazy, but I can assure you that you are in for a spectacular experience if you head to Antarctica.  Seasons are opposite south of the equator so the middle of winter in the northern hemisphere is the height of “summer” in our most remote continent. It almost gets up to freezing!  Let me share my experience in Antarctica as the medical officer on an icebreaker taking 100 high school students and 9 scientists to do experiments. 

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  8. Red Mountain Resort: St. George, Utah

    Red Mountain Resort: St. George, Utah

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    Located in the southwestern corner of Utah, St. George is convenient to other attractions such as the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas.  It is just north of the Arizona border. The Red Mountain Resort is a premium property in the area and provides a number of rooms that are pet friendly.  There are 82 deluxe rooms and 24 villa suites.

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  9. Kayaking with the family

    Morro Bay Spring Break

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    Party with Nature in Morro Bay this Spring Break, Rain or Shine, and Enjoy Special Family Savings with Lodging Packages, the New Morro Bay Adventure Pass Family Edition and The New Summit to Sea Adventure Passport

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  10. Tips for Grandparents on How to Navigate Theme Parks  During Spring Break Vacation

    Tips for Grandparents on How to Navigate Theme Parks During Spring Break Vacation

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    Spring break at Disney World and Orlando theme parks ranks as one of the busiest time of year behind Christmas and New Year’s. If you’re taking the grandkids to the Orlando parks this March, it pays to plan ahead. Fortunately, there’s lots you can do to avoid lines, monitor crowds and maximize your fun. 

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    Nothing Burns Like the Cold!1

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    While many in the Northern Hemisphere cannot avoid winter exposure, others actively seek outdoor activities on skis, snowmobiles, or ice fishing.  Paramount to your comfort and safety is prevention and treatment of cold-related injuries.  Frostbite is the one that most consider but non-freezing cold injuries also occur.  Respiratory problems are caused from cold air by increasing secretions and decreasing pulmonary function. 

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  12. Southern Charm: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center - Nashville, TN

    Southern Charm: Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center - Nashville, TN

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    If you like Vegas, but without the slot machines and you like Disneyland, without the rides, you’ll LOVE the Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN. It truly is a playground, but not in the way of those other places I mentioned. This is the South and y’all must visit and see it for yourself.

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  13. The Brice: Savannah, Georgia

    The Brice: Savannah, Georgia

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    Savannah, on Georgia’s Atlantic Coast, is one of the most charming and pleasant cities in America.  The city is known for its manicured parks, abundant squares, antebellum architecture and horse drawn carriages abounding through the streets. Its cobblestoned historic district with its abundance of magnolia blossoms, oak trees covered with Spanish moss, and many parks and squares is stunning.

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    Going To Kansas City - 816 Hotel

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    If I say Barbecue, Baseball and Hallmark – what comes to your mind? How about fountains, over 200 of them, only second to Rome? Still don’t know, well welcome to Kansas City, Missouri! I just love sharing great places with you and we have the entire world to cover.

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  15. ZIKA – The Latest Emerging Virus

    ZIKA – The Latest Emerging Virus

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    Just when you have gotten over the Ebola scare (though you will hear about it again), here comes another viral infection though spread by mosquitoes.  Zika virus was first identified in Uganda in 1947 in monkeys and the first verified human infection occurred in 1968.  Since then it has smoldered in countries near the equator where 2 strains have evolved, one in Africa and one in Asia.  The first infections outside of Africa and Asia occurred in Micronesia in 2007.  Since then, the virus has spread throughout the southern Pacific islands and arrived in South America a few years ago.  Dense populations of both humans and the vector mosquito has caused Zika to explode in Central and South America.  At the time of this article, about 20 cases have been reported in the US, all from people who traveled to areas where the disease is present (such as Brazil).  

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  16. 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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  17. Lizard Bites & Street Riots: Travel Emergencies and Your Health, Safety, and Security

    Lizard Bites & Street Riots: Travel Emergencies and Your Health, Safety, and Security

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    Stocking Stuffer – Don’t Leave Home Without It!!

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  18. How to Avoid Long Lines

    How to Avoid Long Lines

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    You've spent weeks planning your itinerary and trip to Europe – only to be greeted by long waiting lines at your first destination!  Waiting in line to enter the Louvre in Paris oftentimes may take up to three hours!  Who wants to spend half a day just waiting in line?  I shall share with you some insights and tips to help you get around these lines!

    It will be worth the wait!

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  19. December in Cuba: The Havana Film Festival

    December in Cuba: The Havana Film Festival

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    It is December. Winter is already upon us. Cold fronts cross the Gulf of Mexico and the Florida Straits, and hit Havana’s Malecon, or sea wall, creating an impressive spectacle of breaking waves, crashing against the Malecon and turning into foam…

     

    December is also the time of year for movie lovers. The Havana Film Festival, or more properly, the International Festival of the New Latin American Cinema starts in the first week of December. This year it will be the 37th edition of the Festival, from December 3rd to the 13th.

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  20. The Muse Hotel: New York, New York

    The Muse Hotel: New York, New York

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    Susie has found another reason why she wants to visit New York City – the Muse Hotel. The hotel was chosen in 2013 as the most pet friendly hotel in the city in 2013.

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    Glyfada, Greece: The Beverly Hills of Athens

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    Many of us baby boomers have planned multiple travel itineraries not only for domestic but for international travel.  Let's face it – we have done it all from our backpacking/walking adventures to first class travel tours either by land or by sea we are the experts in travel planning!  We were the first generation as college kids to back pack across the world and to revel in our cultural exchanges from people from other lands!

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  22. 2016 Boomer Travel Trends

    2016 Boomer Travel Trends

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    Liz asked Stephanie Miles from AARP about Boomer Travel Trends for 2016 and here is her response.

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  23. Well by Fence

    Tiffany at Winterthur in Delaware

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    Until January 3rd, visitors to the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library in Winterthur, Delaware, have a chance to view a very special exhibition of Tiffany Stained Glass. The Museum, located on the former du Pont estate, about 45 minutes southwest of Philadelphia, is showing Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light, which features selected works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933). The exhibition was organized by the Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass in New York City. 

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  24. Generations Riviera Maya Mexico

    Generations Riviera Maya Mexico

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    Hola! It’s time to think about a beach getaway with the family and by family, I mean multigenerational. It’s about time the travel industry has begun to acknowledge that Baby Boomers like to travel with their kids and grandkids. For the longest time, that meant going to Disneyland and Disney World, which are still great options. However, there are now more choices for this type of family vacation.

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  25. Ice Chips Candy: A Review

    Ice Chips Candy: A Review

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    I’m always on the lookout for things to take with me when I travel. There seems to be some sort of delay or unexpected incident that I’m not always prepared for like making my mouth fresher and cleaner after I eat something on the plane – usually something that I bring aboard since meal service has taken a nose dive on most flights. But I digress.

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