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  1. Carnival Magic

    7 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Cruise – Part 1

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    Each year, more and more people are discovering the value and pleasure of voyages to some of the most beautiful and culturally enriching places in the world.  In fact, last year alone approximately seven million people enjoyed cruise vacations.  With the large number of cruise lines today, the diversity of ships and myriad of itineraries, you can go on several different cruises and have a different experience on each.  It’s no surprise then, that I am often asked, “how do I choose the cruise that’s right for me?”

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    Baby Boomer Hotel Discount: Loews Atlanta

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    We love when hotels pay attention to us and single us out with a discount! Thank you Loews Atlanta! They figured out that we have flexibility with our time and dates and enjoy traveling, so here’s what their General Manager, Mark Castriota had to say, “ We wanted to reward this flexibility not only by offering deeply discounted rates on certain days of the week, but packaging it in a way that appeals directly to the travel experiences they seek.”

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  3. Does Size Matter? - Hints on How to Choose the Right Luggage for Your Next Travel Adventure

    Does Size Matter? - Hints on How to Choose the Right Luggage for Your Next Travel Adventure

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    When it comes to selecting new luggage, “Yes, size does matter!” 

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  4. Portugal’s Gardens

    Portugal’s Gardens

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    Portugal is a land of charming cities, azure waters, and stunningly colorful gardens. Behold Portugal’s distinct beauty while exploring with Collette and the Royal Horticultural Society on the Portugal’s Gardens tour. 

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  5. A Surprise on Lake Erie: Captain Bell House

    A Surprise on Lake Erie: Captain Bell House

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    Located on Lake Erie between Cleveland and Sandusky is the charming city of Vermillion, known as the Village of Lake Captains. It was incorporated in 1837 and became a popular shipping port. Today, it feels like a place where time stands still.

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  6. San Juan

    A Spicy Side of the Caribbean

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    San Juan Puerto Rico is a wonderful destination for a Caribbean style vacation, with some of the creature comforts many of us enjoy.  San Juan is the Capital of Puerto Rico, which is officially a territory of the United States.  This is great news, as it means that US citizens do not need to have passports to travel, and US dollar bills are the current currency.  Add this to the fact that San Juan is a 2 hour nonstop flight from many east coast cities, and that English is spoken, and you have a terrific location for a vacation.

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  7. Highway 101

    Highway 101

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    If you travel west, take the Highway that’s the best… So go the lyrics of one of the most famous songs of bygone days. Well, that Highway, Route 66 really isn’t one of the most beautiful in the world. HIGHWAY 101, between San Francisco in the north, to Los Angeles in the south, is truly one of the world’s most scenic routes.

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  8. 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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  9. Pioneer Playhouse

    Pioneer Playhouse – Danville, Kentucky

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    This is our summer for short regional trips. And we’ve found some delightful places quite close to home that are worthy of a visit.

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    Bangkok: Where the Food is the Culture

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    It was about 8 pm in Bangkok, but things were only just getting started. My friend and I hopped aboard our extra secure “Smiling Tuk-tuk” – ones that actually feature metal mesh on the sides to prevent passing motorcyclists from grabbing your bag or purse -- and zoomed around Bangkok on a night-time culinary adventure organized by Bangkok Food Tours. The experience allowed us to both experience the best local eats of the city's restaurants and night markets – some neighborhoods specialize in certain dishes – and also safely explore the city at night. We stopped at four restaurants/food stands in different neighborhoods, including a dessert specialty place, and we also visited the flower market before ending our evening atop one of Bangkok's coolest roof-top bars, enjoying a Thai beer, while looking out over Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn. 

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  11. Lanark

    New Lanark, Scotland: A Dream of Utopia

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    New Lanark is an eighteenth century restored cotton mill village on the banks of the River Clyde, close to the Falls of Clyde in Southern Scotland. If  you plan a visit to Scotland – especially to St. Andrews golf facilities, a visit to New Lanark during a beautiful day should be at the top of your list!

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  12. Hawaiian Adventure

    Hawaiian Adventure

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    Experience the perfect blend of relaxation and excitement on the 10-day Hawaiian Adventure tour with Collette. 

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    The Queen Mary 2 Journey - Luxury Personified: Part One

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    REMEMBER WHEN?   LUXURY WAS A GIVEN, AND THE CUNARD SLOGAN WAS “GETTING THERE IS HALF THE FUN”? That was in the Golden Age of transatlantic crossings. When people really going to or from someplace had to resort to sea travel to go long distances.  With the advent of jet planes, carrying more passengers at greater speeds, ocean travel has become almost extinct. But, the QUEEN MARY 2 keeps it alive in all its luxury and splendor on its run from New York (“Brooklyn!”) to Southampton (and some other European destinations).  And I’m telling you, if you have the time, and the money, then treat yourselves to 7 days of luxury, elegance, grand living, and of being suspended in time and place. Getting there really was more than half the fun!!!

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  14. Castillo de San Carlos

    Castillo de San Carlos de la Cabaña

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    Although the “Castillo de San Carlos de la Cabaña” never saw combat, and never fired its guns against an enemy, it is associated with very grim episodes of Cuban history.

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  15. 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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  16. Pet cabin (Courtesy of American Airlines)

    Pet Cabins on American Airlines: Available on Select Flights

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    Susie just wants to let all of her smaller canine and feline friends know that they can have it good traveling on American Airlines. Small pets can now travel in luxury with their humans in first class seating on many American flights that have added two pet cabins per plane on select flights from New York (JFK) and Los Angeles (LAX) and from New York (JFK) to San Francisco (SFO). 

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  17. Castle of the Three Magi of El Morro

    The Castillos of Havana Harbor: the Rallying Point of the Spanish Treasure Fleet

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    The Castle of San Carlos de la Cabaña was the largest fortress built by Spain in the Americas. It was, however, built too late. It was never attacked, it never had the chance to fire its hundreds of artillery pieces against an attacking enemy, and its ramparts were never tested against siege and assault.

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  18. Grand Canyon

    Canyon Country

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    Journey through the colorful world of stunning southwestern vistas and unique topography on Collette’s Canyon Country tour. Visit the three renowned national parks of Zion, Bryce, and Grand Canyon as you make your way through Arizona, Utah, and Nevada. 

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  19. Castillo de San Marcos (Photo by Mike Miller)

    Saint Augustine, Florida

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    I have strong memories from my childhood vacations to Keystone Heights in north central Florida to visit my dad’s mom and family. Once each trip we would head off to Saint Augustine in my great- uncle’s Cadillac. I remember the huge old fort, the smell of the ocean, and the trees of unknown origin. Last winter, we stopped for an afternoon on our way to Seabrook Island, South Carolina. My return trip brought back these great memories and much more. 

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  20. Cliffs

    Caving with Carlin Part 4

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    Carlin led us along a scenic hike along the base of a cliff, clambering over a multitude of rocks and the occasional root.  Looking up, there were always towering walls of rock soaring up towards the sky.   We reached this place called “the Anvil” and here we looked up and saw a giant rock formation hanging precipitously over our heads!   I looked around and saw no place to go from here and wondered what Carlin had in mind for us now!  As we took a moment to catch our breath he told us about the rock climbers and how there are several routes up this steep cliff!   In my mind I am saying “are you expecting us to climb up there?”  

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  21. Newcastle bridges

    Newcastle-Gateshead UK: “City of Bridges”

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     Newcastle (a city on the north bank of the River Tyne) and Gateshead (a town on the south bank) form a single, diverse and extremely vibrant world class destination united by seven bridges. Often overlooked as a destination, I recently traveled to this most amazing city which offers so much for the traveler who enjoys Roman architecture to Georgian masterpieces!  Come as we explore!

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  22. The Oliver - Tupelo Honey Cafe

    A Charmer in the Heart of Knoxville - The Oliver: Knoxville, Tennessee

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    Knoxville is a city filled with southern charm, history and hospitality, so staying in a chain hotel would be out of the question. However, there is one boutique hotel in town and it’s a gem. Visit The Oliver, located on Market Square in the heart of downtown. Built in 1876 by German immigrant Peter Kern, it was a bakery and retail outlet of sorts. Peter was a man with a vision, and he is remembered today by the bar located in the hotel. It’s known as the Peter Kern Library Bar. It has a speakeasy vibe that serves up old school cocktails. The drink menus are hidden in old World Book Encyclopedias (Boomers will remember those – I still have mine!) This alone is a reason to stay here.

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  23. Travel Photography Tips: Part Two

    Travel Photography Tips: Part Two

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    Five Photography Tips from Richard and Amy Lynn, the authors, photographers, and publishers of The Sarcastic Lens:  An Ordinary Couple’s Photographic Journey through the Animal Kingdom.

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  24. South Dakota

    South Dakota

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    Discover the spirit of the American West when you travel to South Dakota. It’s a stunning area of the United States of America, and once you visit, you’ll understand why so many people flock here. 

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  25. Travel Photography Tips: Part One

    Travel Photography Tips: Part One

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    Five Photography Tips from Richard and Amy Lynn, the authors, photographers, and publishers of The Sarcastic Lens:  An Ordinary Couple’s Photographic Journey through the Animal Kingdom.

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