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  1. West Baden Springs Hotel: French Lick, Indiana

    West Baden Springs Hotel: French Lick, Indiana

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    What do basketball and mineral springs have in common? Give up? It’s French Lick, Indiana, home of basketball great Larry Bird and also home to renowned mineral waters. The West Baden Springs Hotel got a $500 million renovation and has been brought back to glory.

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  2. Wonder 500 Exhibition: New York City

    Wonder 500 Exhibition: New York City

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    FINE PRODUCTS FROM JAPAN, NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN THE U.S. MAKE THEIR WAY TO NEW YORK AS PART OF “THE WONDER 500™” EXHIBITION,

    JANUARY 28 – FEBRUARY 9, 2016

     

    It was exciting to stop by The Wonder 500™ Project exhibition pop-up at Exhibition Hall, 4 West 43rd Street (4-16 West 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036, USA) to experience Japan in New York!  Daily traditional tea and sweet tastings enhance your experience as you peruse the 500 unique Japanese products – both edible and utilitarian -- on display and for purchase, only through February 9, 2016.  Many of these items are unfamiliar outside of Japan.  

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  3. 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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  4. Comfort dogs (Courtesy United Airlines)

    New Canine Travel Perk: Comfort Dogs at Airports

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    Susie was pleased to hear that other therapy dogs are serving as comfort dogs at many airports in the United States. The thousands of years of relationship between dog and man have a plethora of benefits for both species. Dogs make a great addition to any situation in which mankind experiences stress and airports are definitely a place (especially nowadays) where stress is high.

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  5. January 2016: National Train Your Dog Month

    January 2016: National Train Your Dog Month

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    Susie has a great suggestion for a New Year’s resolution for you and your best friend. Observe January as National Train Your Dog Month.  Make it into a fun activity for both you and your pet.

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  6. Paw House Inn

    The Paw House Inn: West Rutland, Vermont

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    The Inn states it well on their home page that “some places accept dogs, other places tolerate dogs, at the Paw House Inn, we cater to dog owners and their dogs.”

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  7. 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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  8. Grand Central Station

    Grand Central Station in New York City

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    On a recent trip to the New York City area I had the pleasure of catching a train at Grand Central Station.  This is a historic building that continues to be used by many commuters, and visited by plenty of tourists.  The building has lots of ramps and elevators, making all trains and platforms accessible for the wheel chair bound individuals.  The trains are also very accessible, and provide much more room than the buses or subways.  

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  9. 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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  10. California Highway 1 Discovery Route And Morro Bay - Part Three

    California Highway 1 Discovery Route And Morro Bay - Part Three

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    Well, guess what – it was time to eat again! All that fresh sea air makes one hungry! So I walked over to the Blue Skye Café where I was able to sit outside and my server Jesse took great care of me. The breakfast was delicious (pictured above) and an added bonus was running into Pat and Don, two locals who come here every morning to enjoy the view, friends and great food. I was lucky enough to sit with them the 2 days I was there and they just proved once again what a delightful and friendly city this truly is. AJ is the manager so be sure to say hello to him as well – he moved here from LA and just loves it.

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    Susie News Fall 2015

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    Susie has some good news to announce for the Fall of 2015. She is always good at telling us and her little brother boy what!

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    Six Not To Miss Points in the Queen of Hill Stations – Ooty

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    In southern India lying at an elevation of 2,623 metres is a little hill station nestled amidst eucalyptus trees and overlooking the blue mountains also known as The Nilgiris. This town is lovingly called Ooty but officially known as Udhagamandalum or sometimes even, Ootacamund (quite the tongue twister, eh?). Ooty has emerged as a popular honeymoon destination because of its alluring picturesque beauty that gets the romance brewing among newlyweds. So it isn’t just the ‘Queen of Hills’ but also the ‘Queen of Hearts!’

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  13. 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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  14. Decker Creek Bed and Breakfast: Near Austin, Texas

    Decker Creek Bed and Breakfast: Near Austin, Texas

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    Once again Susie has been pointed to another place focusing on dogs – deep in the heart of Texas. The Decker Creek Bed and Breakfast and Biscuit is located on Decker Lake Road about 14 miles east of Austin. 

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  15. Sip Away Stress in Colorado

    Sip Away Stress in Colorado

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    A vacation to Colorado really ought to be termed: “Colorado-cations”, because on any one visit, brief or lasting, you’ll experience numerous vacations all packed into one location. Epic outdoor pursuits and cutting-edge cuisine, small-town culture and traditional ranch life, stunning vistas paired with craft brews, wines and spirit—they all come together to make Colorado the multi-cation state.

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  16. The Latest Poop from JFK: JFKs Pet Potty

    The Latest Poop from JFK: JFKs Pet Potty

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    JFK airport is now No.1 with dogs and cats, it’s also No.2! The airport has just opened a post security potty for pets complete with fake grass and a red fire hydrant in Terminal 4.

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    Chance Encounters of a Photographing Tourist

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    It was late morning when my trekking group left the village of Ghandruk in the Middle Hills of Nepal. Our route out of town just happened to cross in front of a small brick house with a crude stone porch. A young girl was waving enthusiastically as we approached. She hopped down the stairs and started running toward us, stopping abruptly in front of me at what must have felt like a safe distance. For a few seconds, the two of us just looked at each other, neither exactly sure what to do next. It was a chance encounter between two very different people who had lived very different lives. The only thing we had in common was a curiosity about the other.

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  18. The Best Time to Book a Flight

    The Best Time to Book a Flight

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    The price of a particular plane ticket will vary wildly depending on the day of the week, the month of the year, and the length of time between purchase and takeoff. Learn why when you buy your plane tickets affects how much it will cost you. 

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  19. Vilnius Panorama

    A Cultural and Jewish Heritage Tour to the Baltic States

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    Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia in the year of the 25th Anniversary of these nations’ Independence from the Former Soviet Union, August 25-September 2, 2016

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  20. Susie on the road

    Additional Advice for Taking a Road Trip with Your Pet

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    Susie has shared many different aspects of preparing to take a road trip with your best friend. A few others are worth mentioning as well – the old scout maxim of “Be Prepared!” definitely applies here.

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  21. Zaha Hadid

    Zaha Hadid: Her Life and Architecture

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    From Bagdad (her birth) to London (her adopted home) to Miami (her last days), Dame Zaha Mohammad Hadid, one of the greatest architects of our time and the first female architect to be honored with the Pritzker Prize (2004), architecture’s highest accolade, died of a heart attack on March 31st. She was 65 years old. 

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  22. The Humble Hideaway: Monmouth, Wales

    The Humble Hideaway: Monmouth, Wales

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    Susie has found another really unique and out of the way place to stay in Wales. Her daddy has fond memories of his time in Wales – especially loving the road signs with the large print in Welsh Gaelic and the small print in English. Wales is truly a magical place and staying in a venue in the Welsh woods with your dogs would be a great treat and relaxing experience.

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  23. 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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  24. Amtrak Expands Pet Travel Program

    Amtrak Expands Pet Travel Program

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    Susie has some good news to share with pet owners who travel by rail on Amtrak. Previously a pilot program experimented with including cats and small dogs on select Amtrak routes in Illinois and on the east coast. During the trial last year 2700 pets traveled with their humans.

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  25. National Dog Day

    National Dog Day: August 26, 2015

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    Of course Susie and Beau have to shout out to all their buddies to not forget that this Wednesday, August 26, 2015, is National Dog Day - the day to celebrate all things canine and to show appreciation for our best friends and companions.’

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