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Southern California Getaways
by Dot Smay on November 08, 2011
I just returned from Southern California where I had the opportunity to tour some very beautiful Resorts in San Diego. If you are looking for a relaxing getaway where you feel like you went to Hawaii but you don't want the long flight, you must go to San Diego and stay at the Del Coronado Resort. The rooms are wonderful, and cozy. The resort is a historical landmark that comes with it's very own ghost stories. The beach is so inviting and just calls you out for a romantic walk at...
Pets Welcome
by Dot Smay on September 20, 2011
Pets are part of our families and travel with us more and more. If you want to see hotels in cities that you will  be traveling to in the United States try You can find hotels on your route that love our little guys as much as we do....
Hawaii Island Retreat
by Connie Hope on September 16, 2011
Ahu Pohaku Ho'omaluhia is a Hawaii Island Retreat eco-boutique hotel and spa.  Authentic Place of intentional peacefulness with elegant accoummodations, beautiful and tranquil settings--Ideal place to relax and reconnect.  Located in North Kohala on the big island of Hawaii.  It is a full service Destination Spa and Boutique Hotel on 50 acres of gardens, wild groves and ancient valley trails.  It is a destination that will complete your harmony with nature. Great...
Unplug and Relax
by Dot Smay on August 02, 2011
I saw this article today and thought it would be great to share with all.  We work hard all week and in order to keep up with our busy lives we do need to uplug once in awhile. It is better for our productivity and our well being. If we can enjoy what we work so hard for we will be happier as a people and a society.  "August 2, 2011 7 Tips for an Unplugged WeekendDo you have a plugged-in problem? Do you work on the weekend in anticipation of a hectic schedule for the upcoming...
New York New York
by Dot Smay on July 26, 2011
I recently visited New York City for the first time and was so excited to see the sights I had always heard of or seen in pictures. The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Empire State Building, Time Square and much much more.  The people in New York I found to be very pleasant even though they seem to always be moving in high gear. We visited Ground Zero and talked to the firemen at Station 10.  They showed us the remaining parts of the fire engine that was the first to...
Why Should I Use a Travel Agent
by Howard Lewis on January 12, 2011
Through the years I have been asked " what are the benefits of using a travel agent? ". My response includes the quality of service we provide, building unique and complex itineraries and always acting as your virtual valet and advocate. Although most clients can translate that information, for some, it isn't tangible without an example. I recently had a situation develop around all this crazy weather occurring here in the states and abroad. A client was over in Hungary and...
Windstar voted "Most Romantic Cruise Line"
by Dot Smay on December 21, 2010
"Windstar Cruises, which operates a 3-ship fleet of luxury yachts that explore hidden harbors and secluded coves of the world’s most treasured destinations, has been recognized by Porthole Cruise Magazine as the “Most Romantic Cruise Line” for the sixth time in a row by readers in the 12th annual Best of Cruising Readers’ Choice Awards. Several thousand readers cast their ballots in the 12th annual Readers’ Choice Awards voting in a variety of categories. The...
Get Married in Tahiti
by Dot Smay on December 20, 2010
Welcome! Maeva! Its official! "Weddings are now legal in French Polynesia! A new law was recently passed in France which has allowed non-French nationals to be legally wed throughout the islands of Tahiti! Tahiti. The word evokes visions of an island paradise. With 118 islands and atolls that comprise this ideal South Pacific destination, the islands of Bora Bora, Moorea, Taha’a and beyond continue to seduce travelers in search of a tranquil escape. With islands boasting high, rugged...
Best Destinations
by Dot Smay on December 16, 2010
"The U.S. Tour Operators Association (USTOA) issued its first World’s Best list, ranking destinations in a variety of categories. Italy took top honors as best destination in four categories -- architecture, walking, romance, and culinary/wine experience. The country also trailed just behind France as best for art and culture, with France second as best destination for a romantic vacation. London placed first for entertainment, with New York and Rio de Janeiro closely tied for the...
Viking River Cruises has Castles, Castles and more Castles
by Dot Smay on December 10, 2010
"Speckled with medieval castles, ancient towns and eye-catching vineyards first begun by the Romans, the 40-mile stretch of the Rhine River between Koblenz and Mainz isn’t just stunningly alluring, it’s also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Today, as you sail past the steep hillsides that climb up from the river, you’ll see many castles along the heights—each strategically placed to maximize its defensive position. Remarkably, there are no fewer than 28 castles, each...

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